And the places Kiwis are moving to the most.
Here's an overview of the man's movements.
"[It's] not just Māori - a lot of us are wanting to assert that so we continue to be a really proud nation."
The road has reopened four hours after the crash. .
Blossom festival organisers are excited to welcome 15,000 attendees.
The region's teachers are determined to get to the bottom of what unfolded.
The school's been the centre of woes for Green Party co-leader James Shaw.
"It's just the roughness of the ride - the potholes, the digouts."
"If that money had gone into state schools, they would have created jobs as well."
The man has been unable to work since the incident.
"What was really clear is the absolute anger amongst the school principals and the school communities."
The school nearly $12 million in Government funding.
Finance Minister Grant Robertson believes the Government should keep its word.
It's not just principals, unions and the Opposition who are furious - his own party candidates and former MPs are ordering him to fix it.
"No farmers want to pollute their waterways."
A 55yo man will appear in New Plymouth District Court on Monday.
A small group of activists have held a "vigil" and picketed the offices of Port Taranaki in protest at the live export of dairy cows to China.
"We must create a Taranaki bubble to protect our people and our economy."
New cases of COVID-19 are arriving at our borders every other day and we cannot let our guard down, they say.
The ministry has not collected data from the medical checks, because that might "raise people's anxiety that we 'are looking for something".