New Zealand’s extinct moa and the historical characters who strove to solve the mysteries of this flightless giant are the engaging subjects of the winning book for the Royal Society of New Zealand’s 2013 Science Book Prize, announced tonight in Auckland.
Sportspeople and others in the public glare should implement accountability measures around their social media use, according to a public relations consultant who specialises in reputation management.
The Green Party is urging the Government to invest revenue, raised by their increase in petrol tax, on public transport in light of evidence that car traffic volumes are decreasing.
Associate Tourism Minister Chris Tremain has praised the efforts of the Waka Tapu crew for successfully completing a return voyage to Rapanui (Easter Island).
Primary Industries Minister Nathan Guy and Food Safety Minister Nikki Kaye have this morning sought an update from the Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) about some consignments of New Zealand meat delayed in China.
After becoming ï¬nalists in the NZ Hi-Tech Awards on Friday night, a Christchurch sales training company is now looking to expand into overseas markets.
News that three-storey apartments are possible in the expansive "mixed housing" zone may be the final nail in the coffin of the Mayor’s ill-fated draft unitary plan, says Auckland Councillor for Orakei, Cameron Brewer.
The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland (ICAS) and the New Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants (NZICA) have launched a project with the aim of reducing the volume of disclosure requirements in International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS).
Anyone who has picked up a set of financial statements will know how complex they are, and this is not helped by the sheer volume of disclosures they contain. Some of the mandatory disclosures in financial statements cloud the really useful information.
Event Production students from Unitec Institute of Technology have chosen Huntington’s Disease Association (Auckland) to be the recipient of their quirky quiz show event.
Garin College led the field at the Smokefreerockquest regional final at Nelson’sTheatre Royal on Friday night, with winners of both sections of the teen music event coming from the same school that produced 2011 national winner The Peasants.
A sunny day in the low 20’s greeted the team in Racice in the Czech Republic on the first day of racing. Unfortunately fast times were not on the agenda today with a steady 18kph head/side wind blowing.
Auckland Vulcans coach Willie Swann has been forced to reshuffle his side for today’s New South Wales Cup meeting with the Canterbury-Bankstown Bulldogs at Belmore Sports Ground in Sydney (3.00pm kick-off local time; 5.00pm kick-off NZT).
The wait is over! The new Ford Fiesta ST arrives in New Zealand from July with an RRP of $34,990.
A broad trough of low pressure lies slow-moving over the country for most of the period, bringing unsettled weather. The trough should move onto the North Island on Thursday and weaken as a ridge pushes onto the South Island.
Harvey Norman has extended their free TV recycling offer to 31 national stores, effective from 13 May. One TV per customer can be dropped off, free of charge at the participating stores, for a limited period.
"Today's Budget fails to address the huge social problems of a crisis in jobs, low wages, increasing poverty and inequality that New Zealand currently faces.
Fans of hit TV3 show The X Factor NZ who can’t get to a television for the first LIVE Shows this weekend won’t miss a moment; More FM and TV3 have teamed up to simulcast every LIVE Performance and Results Show.
When you think of the top of the NZ iTunes charts you think of Macklemore, PSY and whatever other artist that is so hot right now. That was until Fletch and Vaughan on The Edge, launched a campaign that saw iconic song ‘Africa’ by Toto reach Number One on the iTunes Charts yesterday.
Compare Credit Cards - Independent interest rate and fees comparisons for New Zealand banks.