Waikato DHB is working with its communities to provide free Sore Throat Management (STM) services across Waikato.
"It’s very concerning that the Government has signed an international trade agreement locking in future rules for government purchasing without giving the public a chance to make submissions," says Ian Powell, Executive Director of the Association of Salaried Medical Specialists (ASMS).
News that Sky, Mediaworks, TVNZ and Spark are threatening legal action against Internet companies shows the importance of the pending Copyright Act review.
This afternoon the Taupo based Greenlea Rescue Helicopter was dispatched to kaimanawa road in the central plateau.
A woman in her fifties who was mountain biking in the tree trunk gorge area fell near the pillers of Hercules injuring her shoulder and elbow.
Canterbury Police executed a planned search warrant for firearms at a residential property in the Linwood suburb of Christchurch at approximately shortly after 7am this morning (2 April 2015).
Students from the Wellington Institute of Technology’s School of Hospitality are being put through their paces for selection to compete at this year’s Nestlé Toque d’Or competition.
Anticipation for the mid-April arrival of the all new Kia Sorento in New Zealand has escalated with the flagship SUV receiving a prestigious design award in Europe.
A storm in Sydney on Monday has thrown a spanner in the works of the Football Ferns preparations for Sunday’s clash with world number two the United States in St Louis.
The timetable for changes to the National Library’s Services to Schools has been released by National Librarian Bill Macnaught.
The Million Dollar Snapper Challenge has changed, driven by public demand from a sustainable fishing public.
State-Owned Enterprises Minister Todd McClay has to get a grip on the KiwiRail board and put the kibosh on its crazy plan for dirty diesel on the main trunk line, Labour’s Transport spokesperson Phil Twyford says.
New Zealand First has warned for months about the dire future for New Zealand dairying.
These warnings have been ignored by the government, many economists and the foreign-owned banks, says Leader Rt Hon Winston Peters.
Upper Hutt City Library is providing a coding workshop designed for beginners with little or no web programming experience. Facilitated by expert Tanya Gray and others from across the IT industry, the workshop will be held in Upper Hutt Central Library’s Rotary Lounge.
Latest international figures on broadband speeds have reported New Zealand’s average connection speeds have increased by almost 60 per cent in the past year, said Communications Minister Amy Adams.
Low pay offers mean Pak’n Save is beginning to earn a reputation as "Pak’n Slave" says FIRST Union senior organiser Bill Bradford.
"Tomorrow FIRST Union members will protest poverty pay at Pak’n Save Alderman Drive in Henderson".
The Public Service Association (PSA) says Minister Tolley’s announcement of a Paula Rebstock-led review into Child, Youth and Family (CYF) is the last thing needed by an organisation that has demonstrated it can assess and plan for its own needs.
Canterbury Police investigations into a burglary at a residential property in Rolleston on 30 January 2015 where a quantity of jewellery, personal items and motocross equipment was stolen has resulted in one person being arrested this afternoon (1 April 2015).
Hutt Valley Police say a fantastic response from the public and the news media has been pivotal in identifying a critically ill man rescued from the sea at Eastbourne on Monday.
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