Development Studies master's student Hayley Morrison started the Motorbike Book Club after a trip to some of Vietnam's poorest villages
Emirates has started field-testing an innovative decision support technology that allows it to better manage operations, safety and environmental performance in the face of extreme and disruptive winter weather.
Fisher Funds Management announced today that it has appointed Bruce McLachlan as Chief Executive to replace Carmel Fisher who last year announced her intention to retire from her executive role.
BusinessNZ has welcomed the launch of the Employability Skills Framework, to help ensure young people gain employability skills.
The framework lists the workplace skills needed for all entry-level jobs (separate from the technical skills needed for a specific job).
Porirua City Council will begin consultation immediately on whether shops should have the option to open on Easter Sunday, so a policy decision can be made before Easter this year.
MÄori Development Minister, Te Ururoa Flavell, says a dream has been realised for five whÄnau in NgÄruawÄhia with the opening of a new papakÄinga today.
Focus for Kiwi home buyers turns to Hawkes Bay, Otago, Gisborne, Manawatu-Wanganui Demand in Auckland falls for 12 consecutive months and apartment prices hit new all-time high
Mobility Dogs Assistance Trust and SPCA receive significant donations through Animates’ Giving Tree initiative
Low decile New Zealand secondary schools continue to lag significantly behind high decile counterparts in catering for students with learning differences, and more than half of decile 1 schools have no students receiving assistance at NCEA exam time, according to latest NZQA figures.
After another sell-out season in 2016, people wanting to attend this year’s spectacular World of WearableArt Show in Wellington are urged to get in quick when tickets go on sale from 1 March.
Vodafone has today announced a new solution for business customers keen to make the move to ultra-fast fibre broadband, but daunted about navigating the process alone.
By Ric Spooner, Chief Market Analyst, CMC Markets
The stock market looks likely to hold the line today as investors wait on President Trump’s speech before Congress tonight.
Bill English’s diversionary tactic of condemning of a generation of Kiwi workers as a bunch of drug-takers cannot hide his government’s failure to create opportunities for decent work, says Labour’s Employment spokesperson Grant Robertson.
The new Dean of the University of Auckland Business School, Professor Jayne Godfrey, is delighted to announce a gift of $2.6 million from Sir Owen Glenn to support innovation and entrepreneurship initiatives at the School and across the University, including a new innovation hub.
Mortgage Express announces the appointment of Emily Hung, who joins the Hamilton-based team of mortgage advisers.
By Andy McGechan, www.BikesportNZ.com
Walking around the pits, it would be very easy indeed to go straight past Wellington's Rogan Chandler.
There's nothing brash or flamboyant about the 19-year-old apprentice builder from Upper Hutt.
In an unprecedented move, a diverse range of disability groups have come together to issue a call for legislation that would enable people with disabilities to more actively participate in society.
Jin An has been selected as the Labour Party candidate for Upper Harbour for the 2017 General Election.
"I am pleased to be Labour’s candidate for the 2017 election and I look forward to representing the Upper Harbour electorate in Parliament," said Jin An.
New Zealand consumer confidence index reached 103 - the highest score in nine years (since Q3 2007 where it reached 115), according to findings from Nielsen, a leading global provider of information and insights into what consumers watch and buy.