Child poverty and domestic violence are still not being taken seriously enough by ordinary New Zealanders, says The Salvation Army.
A large quantity of quality manuka plants and an ideal landscape to produce pure manuka honey are the reasons why Te Kowhai-based SummerGlow Apiaries has decided to expand its operation into the Taranaki region.
Retail spending using debit and credit cards in New Zealand decreased during January 2014, Statistics New Zealand said today. This followed three months of increases.
Air New Zealand has taken the wraps off the world’s most beautiful safety video - a collaboration with Sports Illustrated’s iconic Swimsuit franchise on the eve of its 50th anniversary.
The number of companies bidding to be suppliers through the PHARMAC tender has grown to its largest size ever.
Who governs our universities is of crucial importance to all New Zealanders, because it affects the ability of academics to speak up on controversial issues, says Academic Freedom Aotearoa.
In just five days’ time EMINEM will headline Rapture 2014 - the biggest outdoor hip-hop concert New Zealand has ever seen.
EMINEM will be joined by fellow American rappers J COLE, ODD FUTURE and ACTION BRONSON,
Associate Minister for Health Tariana Turia says that the Smoke-free Environments (Tobacco Plain Packaging) Amendment Bill which had its first reading in the house today is sending a clear message to tobacco companies that the Government is serious about ending unnecessary deaths related to tobac
This week, SolarCity NZ’s first containerised ‘Solar Station’ arrives in Vanuatu, as the first of a series designed to power fresh water production for 11,000 people on the islands.
A new resource to help teachers teach internet privacy issues to primary and intermediate school students was launched today to coincide with Safer Internet Day and the start of the 2014 school year.
Yachting New Zealand and Zhik have formally teamed up to give New Zealand’s best sailors access to world class technical wet gear and clothing.
Changes to encourage the development of better quality buildings, earthquake-strengthening assistance and more money for cycling improvements are among the proposals Wellingtonians can comment on over the next month.
Energy and Resources Minister Simon Bridges today announced the establishment of a New Zealand Smart Grid Forum to advance the development of smart electricity networks in New Zealand.
At its first partner roadshow event for 2014, held in Auckland today, New Zealand’s leading accounting software provider announced it will soon launch its mobile payments solution MYOB PayDirect.
New Zealand’s five Investec Super Rugby teams fired up their engines and headed for the starting line of this year’s Investec Super Rugby season at the official competition launch in Auckland today.
Today’s introduction to Parliament of the Smokefree Environments (Tobacco Plain Packaging) Amendment Bill will achieve little aside from forcing more costs onto the retail sector says a leading retail organisation.
Cricket and the community are coming together in the heart of Dunedin on Thursday morning.
An event to celebrate the countdown to the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 is being held in Dunedin’s Upper Octagon, starting at 10.30am, and everyone is welcome.
I’m a big believer that things happen for a reason, no matter how small. So 6 weeks ago I was at a friend’s house and just happened to catch my first ever 5 minutes of the show ‘Ugly Americans’, and it hooked me instantly!
Councillors have heard that the average rates increase for 2014/15 could be reduced to 4.81% compared to 6.8% identified in the Long Term Plan last year.
It’s good news for the local building trade with PlaceMakers set to open the doors on a newly built store in Whangarei by spring.
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