Education Minister Hekia Parata says the winners of the inaugural Prime Minister’s Education Excellence Awards demonstrate the amazing work being done to give young New Zealanders better educational outcomes and more promising futures.
The current state of the Police road fleet is further evidence of how budget cuts are having an impact on frontline policing, Labour’s Police spokesperson Jacinda Ardern says.
President of Parliamentarians for Global Action Ross Robertson has called upon PGA members worldwide to assertively advocate and reach out to their respective Governments to promote signature and ratification of the Arms Trade Treaty (ATT) so that it may enter into force on or before September 20
Xero, the global leader in cloud accounting software, has today announced the launch of Smart Lists, a new search function that enables users to search and export customer and vendor contacts for marketing purposes.
The Wellington Phoenix have signed Nathan Burns on a two-year contract and the Socceroo is excited by the prospect of starting his stint in New Zealand against English Premier League opposition.
The University of Canterbury received 10 of the 26 percent of the Fulbright scholarships, more than any other university, announced at Parliament House tonight.
A trough over the Tasman Sea is expected to move east and approach the west coast of the South Island tonight, then move slowly east over the country on Wednesday bringing heavy rain and severe gales to many areas. Heavy rain is expected overnight Tuesday and during Wednesday for Mt.
Legislative changes aimed at further improving courts and tribunals have been unveiled by Courts Minister Chester Borrows today, as a part of the Government’s ongoing modernisation of the justice system.
‘While our eyes have been focused on the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA), the New Zealand government has been negotiating an equally secretive deal with 22 other, mainly rich, parties’, said Auckland University law professor Jane Kelsey.
A University of Canterbury postgraduate student is heading to Stanford University with a $33,000 Fulbright scholarship to study earthquake-related structural engineering.
A strong moist northerly flow is expected to move onto the South Island tonight and then move east over the country on Wednesday, bringing heavy rain and northerly gales to many exposed areas.
Victims of serious violent and sexual offences will be better protected by a new order to help prevent their offender from contacting them, Justice Minister Judith Collins says.
The Institute of IT Professionals, in partnership with 8 other IT associations, today announced the establishment of the New Zealand Excellence in IT Awards with nominations opening this week.
Iconic Hastings business, Hutchinson’s is to move to a new temporary home. The furniture and flooring company has been located on the ground floor of the Hastings Municipal Buildings on the corner of Heretaunga and Hastings Streets for 54 years.
The three yearly valuation reviews of Invercargill properties have started.
Red Raincoat Trust would like to see criminal justice authorities place NZ public safety at the top of their list. "In the past month we have seen some decisions falling short in protecting our communities and keeping our families safe.
A special practice run has been added to the second annual Skyline Sprint Warrior downhill mountain bike event, ensuring keen riders will have even more opportunities to ride the mountain’s trails.
One of the world’s leading cyber security academics says the University of Waikato is "leading the way" in helping fill an ever-growing shortage of cyber security professionals.
"Most experts agree that Ben Crenshaw is one of the very best putters and Dave Peltz one of the very best teachers. And yet their methodology is poles apart when it comes to putting.
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