Long-term road safety data from NZTA suggests speed limits on almost 90 per cent of the country's roads are too high and should be lowered.
In 2019 so far, 172 people have been killed on New Zealand's roads, six more than at the same time last year.
Ministry of Transport data for 2016, the most recent available on its website, makes for sobering reading – 328 deaths from 286 fatal road crashes, or 0.9 deaths for every 10,000 vehicles.
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Here is your chance to purchase a fantastic family home situated in a popular location within an easy walk to the shops and cafes of Timaru CBD.
- large north facing kitchen plus two large lounges
- upstairs three bedrooms plus bathroom and ensuite
- also north facing sunroom and enclosed sun drenched patio
- significant bonus is the self contained studio
- private backyard, entertainment area and off street parking
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Applications are invited for the Olwen Norton Altrusa Scholarship offering a South Canterbury resident $1500 for tuition fees.
The scholarship is intended for:
• undertaking vocational study in order to return to the workplace or
• retraining for a new vocational career or
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Due date for applications is 22 November 2019
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