The Green Party is calling on the Government to adopt Jan Logie’s Domestic Violence-Victims' Protection Bill following calls to change employment law to protect people from family violence.
Can I have an occasional drink while I'm breastfeeding? Should I 'pump and dump'? How does alcohol affect breastmilk? How long should I wait after having a drink, before breastfeeding?
There is a global trend towards inactivity and New Zealand is not immune. While sport participation rates remain high for young Kiwis there are signs that things are changing with our young people leading more sedentary lifestyles.
The BNZ Crusaders will host the Blues at AMI Stadium this Friday night in round 2 of the Investec Super Rugby competition.
Construction of Te Awahou Nieuwe Stroom in Foxton has been given the go-ahead by Horowhenua District Council.
The latest monthly QV House Price Index shows that nationwide residential property values for February have increased 11.6% over the past year. Values rose slightly by 0.1% over the past three months and are now 34.3% above the previous market peak of late 2007.
The Football Ferns step up their preparations for the Rio Olympics on Thursday morning (NZ time) with their third clash in four months against world number seven Brazil at the Algarve Cup in Portugal.
Two visiting genetic scientists from Harvard will reveal the latest research into genetics in nervous system disorders next month.
The Sports Tribunal has suspended National Women’s League (NWL) football player, Kelsey Kennard, for six months for the presence of the prohibited substance, probenecid, in a sample taken from her in competition on 22 November 2015.
As part of the upcoming Parks Week (5-13 March), Wellingtonians are invited to join in the celebrations of a new park for Wellington and the revitalisation of another - Flagstaff Hill and Terrace Gardens.
Police are currently investigating the suspicious death of a 23 year old local man at an address in Hall Street, Kawerau.
Police have cordoned off the area and are awaiting the arrival of forensic experts to examine the scene.
It was all new on the Alfa Romeo stand at the 2016 Geneva International Motor Show with the launch of the new Giulia, the new Mito and making its European debut, the Giulia, along with all the mainstream variants of the latest Alfa Romeo model.
The diverse cross-section of the New Zealand shearing industry and its sports is going on display as the 56th Golden Shears are held in Masterton this week.
Te Taura Whiri i te Reo MÄori and NgÄ Pae o te MÄramatanga are calling for applications to their ‘Kia Ita’ Scholarships which opens today.
The opening test at Burnside in Christchurch has certainly set the scene for what promises to be a great series of bowls at Burnside in Christchurch. On a still, but cool day, the standard of bowls was of the highest possible standard.
Babich Wines, one of New Zealand’s oldest and most respected family-owned wine brands, is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year.
RideNZ.co is a new travel website bent on simplifying the cycling and mountain biking trails, networks and Great Rides of the Central North Island, New Zealand.
Justice Minister Amy Adams has today welcomed an agreement with Waitaki District Council that will see the restoration and re-opening of the historic courthouse in Oamaru.
Fonterra’s announcement that it will probably close its KaikÅura cheese factory is a hard blow to the community and another example of government indifference to the regions, says New Zealand First.
The neglected state of rail lines in the North is a blatant attack on Northland, says Member of Parliament for Northland Rt Hon Winston Peters.
"The government is spending billions anywhere except in regional New Zealand," says the New Zealand First Leader.