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18 November 2015

KiwiRail is warning heavy vehicle drivers of the potential dangers of bridge strikes after a truck hit the span of the bridge over Rockdale Road in Invercargill recently.

29 October 2015

KiwiRail’s 2015 Annual Report reflects a year of recovery and consolidation for the company as it maintains its focus on simplifying and improving the business, Chief Executive Peter Reidy says.

23 October 2015

Kaimai Tunnel works are well underway. The project team led by Project Manager Neil Mason and Construction Manager Tevita Brugger have already completed repairs on more than 300 metres of concrete slab and completed cleaning on 5.1km of the 8.8km tunnel.

20 October 2015

KiwiRail is installing new impact beams on the rail bridge on Eastern Hutt Road near Silverstream and truck drivers are being asked to check the height of their vehicles before passing underneath.  

20 October 2015

KiwiRail’s goal of becoming a fully intermodal rail operator is significantly closer following the delivery of its 1000th new container flat top wagon, KiwiRail’s Group General Manager Operations Iain Hill says. 

13 October 2015

KiwiRail’s latest Statement of Corporate Intent shows the company beginning to reap the benefits of its programme of improvement, chief executive Peter Reidy says.

17 September 2015

KiwiRail accepts the judgment of the Auckland District Court today in regard to the accident in which Downer employee Paul Anderson was seriously injured when a digger he was operating was struck by a train.

17 September 2015

KiwiRail has changed its procedures at its Tranz Metro maintenance depot following an investigation into the Kaiwharawhara derailment on 20 May, 2013.

28 August 2015

KiwiRail’s net operating surplus¹ of $91m for the year to June 30, 2015, is a 17% improvement over the previous year and is a credible result in the current environment, KiwiRail Chairman John Spencer says.

27 August 2015

KiwiRail proposes to use first-for-New Zealand technology to upgrade safety measures at Auckland’s Morningside Rail Station where a pedestrian died earlier this year.


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