Rt Hon Winston Peters has revealed that the Security Intelligence Service illegally raided the Fijian Democracy and Freedom movement in Auckland last year, under the Terrorism Suppression Act at the behest of Fiji’s military dictatorship.
All four of the country’s top book awards for 2013 have gone to independent publishers and university presses.
The result comes just as a number of multinational publishers have recently announced they are closing the local editorial arm of their companies.
Prime Minister John Key is on record as saying he wishes he could raise the minimum wage to $30.00 "by this afternoon". What an excellent idea! Mr Key goes on to say that it is just a dream that couldn't possibly come true. But is it really?
Dredging of Pukekura Park’s Main Lake has been stopped following poor results.
Maternity services are long overdue for a shakeup because of the lack of professional standards among midwives, says New Zealand First.
The Lowe Corporation Rescue Helicopter crew responded to 48 year male who had sustained spinal injuries and lacerations when his vehicle hit the back of a slow moving truck and trailer unit at Te Pohue on the Napier-Taupo Road.
The first annual report for Waikato District Health Board (DHB) as part of a focus on maternity quality and safety confirms that a number of changes have taken place in recent months in response to an action plan introduced in September last year.
The uninitiated may snigger and crack jokes about barbequing au natural, but for the thousands of visitors to Katikati Naturist Park each year, it's all about chilling out and saying goodbye to body issues forever.
Nine Members for the next three-year term of the Independent Māori Statutory Board for Auckland have been appointed.
Mana Whenua representatives:
The Families Commission welcomes a new report on the importance of robust research-based evidence to inform good decisions by government.
Arrow International (NZ) Ltd has secured the largest commercial project to come to market since the Christchurch rebuild began.
Four Black Ferns and ten new players are included in Canterbury’s twenty-six member squad to contest the 2013 Women’s Provincial Championship.
IBM today announced it has implemented a new software platform for the New Zealand Ministry of Health to support the personalised health records for all patients throughout New Zealand.
Rotorua fans will get to see New Zealand’s top professional footballers in action when a Wellington Phoenix selection takes on a New Zealand-based All Whites side on September 22.
The Government’s approval of a staged re-entry into Pike River mine is long-awaited welcome news for the victims’ families, Labour’s MP for West Coast-Tasman Damien O’Connor says.
Northland has one of the highest rates for SUDI (Sudden Infant Death in Infancy) in New Zealand and a team of local health representatives are working to rectify that.
It appears that Aussie voters are sleepwalking Tony Abbott and the Coalition to an easy victory on Saturday.
Youth organisation, Generation Zero, is disappointed that Auckland Councillors have restricted future housing choices for the next generation by imposing extensive density controls and height limits in the Draft Unitary Plan.
The Property Council New Zealand/IPD New Zealand All Property Index Q2 results released last week showed a total return of 12.4% for the year ending June 2013. This was comprised of 8.0% income return and a positive 4.1% capital growth.
The left's fortunes are slowing reviving in Aotearoa.
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