New Zealand’s Daniel Murray has been named Australia and New Zealand’s Franchise Operations Team Member of the Year for pizza maker Domino’s Pizza.
Jeff ‘Goldie’ Wilson, best known as a dual international representative in cricket and rugby, has just kicked off an exciting new partnership with BMW New Zealand.
All 91 apartments in the residential development, Hopetoun Residences on Ponsonby’s doorstep have sold out six months ahead of completion.
With entries for the Trustpower Waipa District Community Awards closing at 5pm on Friday 13 March, locals have just a few more days to ensure their favourite voluntary groups are part of the Waipa District’s biggest celebration of volunteers.
There’s an important date coming up for thousands of people who hold .nz domain names. Those eligible to get the shorter .nz version of their name before anybody else only have until 1pm, 30 March 2015 to do so.
The Warehouse Dunedin Central store has donated four brand new bikes for use in the Dunedin City Council cycle skills training programme.
Professor Richie Poulton, who appeared in Thomson Reuters’ 2014 list of the world’s most influential scientific minds, has joined the Ministry of Social Development (MSD).
Whittaker’s introduces its latest creation, Milk Strawberry, for people who love chocolate and like to support a good cause.
A 22-year-old female runner was indecently assaulted while running along the Hutt River stop bank around 3.30pm yesterday afternoon.
Celebrity psychic and medium Kelvin Cruickshank is launching his new book ‘Inside the Medium’ in Rotorua next week and donating proceeds from the event to Rotorua District Library.
"That was an insult. It doesn’t take guts; you've got to use your common sense" - Phil Goff
Labour’s Defence spokesperson Phil Goff told TV One’s Q+A programme that going to Iraq is a high-risk venture that is probably the least effective thing that we could do to stop ISIS.
The Green Party is today calling on the Government to commit to meaningful public consultation around its emissions reduction target it will take to the United Nations (UN) climate talks in Paris later this year.
NZ First leader Winston Peters told TV One’s Q+A programme this morning he can win the Northland by-election on 28th March 2015.
"The fact is the people up there, I believe, want to send the government a message, which goes simply like this - start paying attention to us," he says.
Nominations open today for the 2015 Minister of Health Volunteer Awards - recognising the thousands of unsung heroes who support New Zealand’s health and disability services.
Getting rain out of the clouds this summer has been like getting blood out of a stone with four medium scale droughts still in force and several neighbouring regions suffering from a 'big dry'.
The average asking price of homes for sale in New Zealand during February was $511,421 according to the latest monthly data from Realestate.co.nz, marking the first time that sellers’ expectations have pushed the asking price above the half million dollar threshold.
The motto for the Olympic Games is faster, higher, stronger. To really measure abilities of athletes, we should include a new term: better breather.
Eavesdrop on the conversations of endurance athletes and the discussion will be all about VO2 max.
What is VO2 max?
Hearing impaired people can now access captioned telephone services for an additional two hours a day, Communications Minister Amy Adams announced today.
A serious vehicle crash occurred on Great North Road, Grey Lynn at about 3.36am today.
As a result diversions have been put in place.
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