NZTA is up to dirty tricks. Why did they make a sneaky phone call to a Christchurch aviation company to ask who hired the helicopter that flew New Zealand First from Kaikoura?
A serious investigation by the government into the viability of reinstating a car, freight and passenger ferry between Wellington and Lyttelton has to be undertaken, says New Zealand First Transport Spokesperson Denis O’Rourke.
Having Aucklanders wait 30 years for a rapid transport route from the central city to the airport shows National isn’t serious about ending the city’s transport woes, says New Zealand First Transport spokesperson Denis O’Rourke.
Nearly three months after the Kaikoura earthquake the South Island is still waiting for some major action to remove the slips blocking State Highway 1 which is unacceptable, says New Zealand First Transport Spokesperson Denis O’Rourke.
NZTA’s bowing and scrapping attitude to foreign drivers in New Zealand is outrageous, says New Zealand First Leader and Northland Member of Parliament, Rt Hon Winston Peters says.