Today Spotify puts the pedal to the metal by launching apps from two of the rock genre’s biggest names.
New Zealand athletes’ Olympic participation is benefitting from a world first power meter developed by University of Canterbury graduates.
Kiwi super-vet Ken Smith (Lola T332) has earned yet another motor racing accolade, winning the twin Gulf Oil Howden Ganley F5000 Festival historic motor racing meetings' 'Formula 5000 World Series' title with a six-race clean-sweep.
Today, World Cancer Day, the NZ Breast Cancer Foundation has announced the winners of its research funding contest for studies based on New Zealand’s breast cancer patient registers, awarding five grants for pilot studies to researchers from Auckland, Waikato, Christchurch and Dunedin.
A humid northeasterly flow covering the country turns northwesterly tomorrow as a front moves onto the South Island from the Tasman Sea.
Periods of rain are expected in the west of the South Island and over the lower North Island for much of Sunday and Monday.
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The Government must listen to the Auckland Council who today voted to call on the Government to protect the habitat of our critically endangered Maui’s dolphin from oil and gas exploration, the Green Party said today.
A report released today by the Productivity Commission underlines the need for New Zealand to change its economic direction and invest in smart green innovation, to improve New Zealand’s economic performance, create well paid sustainable jobs, and protect the environment, the Green Party said.<
Dunedin driver Steve Ross (McRae GM1) has a chance to stretch his already impressive 2014/15 MSC NZ F5000 Tasman Cup Revival Series points lead at the annual Skope Classic motor racing meeting at Christchurch's Mike Pero Motorsport Park this weekend.
The Napier City Council’s support of this year’s Tremains Art Deco Weekend includes backing the Art Deco Powhiri and Waka Experience, led by Te Matau a Maui Voyaging Trust.
The Trust received a Community Development grant from the Council towards these events.
Vodafone and Spark have a long way to go before their customers feel satisfied with their service, according to Consumer NZ’s latest internet service provider (ISP) survey - both rated below average in nearly every category.
New Zealanders who live close to parks or green spaces are less likely to be overweight or suffer from obesity, a University of Canterbury research project has found.
One of the United States’ leading nutrition experts says everyone should eat an avocado a day after proving the super fruit can reduce bad cholesterol which causes heart disease.
Motorists are being advised to allow extra travel time for their journey between Auckland and Puhoi/Warkworth later this month with the closure of the Northern Gateway’s Johnstones Hill road tunnels for a major systems upgrade.
Waitangi Day is now perceived by most New Zealanders as a day to commemorate the Treaty of Waitangi, a University of Canterbury expert says.
The Funding Review report issued by Local Government New Zealand today offers few new insights on how councils should pay for the infrastructure needs of the communities they represent and exist for, the Employers and Manufacturers Association.
‘The US is demanding that New Zealand and other countries accept sweeping rules that would override privacy protections for digitised personal and other data’, according to Professor Jane Kelsey from the University of Auckland.
With Golf holding the mantle as the highest participation sport in the country with over 482,000 Kiwis playing the game, Choice Hotels Australasia (Choice) is driving into 2015 as the official accommodation provider of New Zealand Golf (NZ Golf).
A new working paper released today by the Productivity Commission shows that when productivity goes up, wages follow.
Waikato Police would like to advise of delays on SH27 between Patetonga and Tahuna this morning, caused by a truck and trailer. The driver has been transported to Waikato Hospital with moderate injuries.
David Crawford, Chief Executive Officer of the Motor Industry Association says "Businesses and consumers continued to loosen their purse strings in January 2015, with 11,667 new vehicle registrations resulting in the strongest January monthly sales on record.
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