The city is 258 kilometres from Kaikoura, but suffered significant damage.
After being told it'll be banned from London, Uber has begun the legal process to win the right to stay.
Moving the port could cost $4 to $5.5 billion.
There's no doubt the quake-damaged section of State Highway 1 north of Kaikoura will need to moved, says Transport Minister Simon Bridges.
The team that designed the now-famous bright pink cycle bridge in the Auckland CBD has taken home one of the top prizes at Friday night's Architecture Awards.
New Zealand First leader Winston Peters is playing Oprah with New Zealand Transport funding, sending a message to all Kiwis: You get a road, and you get a road...and you get a road too.
More than 14,000 vehicles were registered last month, a 16 percent increase on the previous year.
Labour leader Andrew Little has promised to bring forward a light rail project through Auckland but National says it's a by-election bribe.
At least 18 people were hurt when a ferry crashed into a Sydney wharf on Tuesday afternoon, one with suspected spinal injuries.
Newly crowned Auckland Mayor Phil Goff has made it his mission to get more money out of the Government to deal with the city's growing pains.
Hundreds of taxi drivers on our roads may have cheated to get their licence.
Mayoral candidate Vic Crone says the plan to transform Auckland's transport over the next 30 years is too weak.
Auckland will get a major transport investment package, with the release of the historic Auckland Transport Alignment Project.
They're a common sight in Asia and offer one of the cheapest and most adventurous means of transport. Now the humble tuktuk is making its way to New Zealand.
Auckland's got the City Rail Link and Harbour Bridge SkyPath to look forward to, but maybe it's time to be even more creative about finding traffic solutions.
Transport Minister Simon Bridges says the new State Highway 15 in Northland will better link forestry with the port.
A bus with 39 people on board has crashed on State Highway 49, leaving five people injured.
The New Zealand Transport Agency will tighten up rules on overseas drivers' licences, after a damning report.
Highly skilled workers don't want to move to Auckland, and the city's workers are fleeing to the regions in search of a better life, a survey has found.