The month of April was a good one for the incumbent leader of the premium automotive segment, with BMW finishing the month as Number One and extending their lead as the most popular supplier of new models in the segment.
KidsCan is calling in the NitBusters to help schools and parents beat the scourge of head lice harming our children.
Auckland Councillors Cameron Brewer and Dick Quax’s attempts to have a vote on the Uniform Annual General Charge were ruled "out of order" by Mayor Len Brown today before councillors passed the Mayor’s 2014/15 budget by 17/4 votes.
Despite it being illegal to sell psychoactive substances from today, the Kapiti Coast District Council will continue to work with Police, Ministry of Health and the community on a policy to reduce their harm.
The funding crisis being faced by the Christchurch City Council would be solved in a heartbeat if John A Lee was still in parliament, Chris Leitch, Democrats for Social Credit finance spokesman said today.
Next week The Warehouse celebrates 32 years of operation and its growth from a single discount store in Auckland’s Wairau Road, Glenfield to having a network of 91 Wi-fi enabled stores nationwide and playing a leading role in New Zealand’s retail industry.
Two Wellington Free Ambulance paramedics are heading to the Solomon Islands, to train medics and provide much needed equipment.
Youth organisation, Generation Zero, believe the next stage of the Auckland Housing Accord, released today, is a mixed blessing, allowing for some forward looking development around existing town centres, but altogether too much urban sprawl.
DairyNZ welcomed today’s release of the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment’s (MBIE) revised position statement on the minimum wage and employment agreements in the agricultural sector.
New Zealand First is calling for some relief for building owners and farmers who face massive costs under the proposed new law for earthquake strengthening.
Tonight, the top three acts from last week’s show were announced. The performers with the most public votes were Brian and Sarah, young Latin/Ballroom dancers from Christchurch. They now proceed to the Grand Final.
New Zealand First says the Government is not doing enough to sell the message that attitudes must change in order to reduce the road toll.
New figures show MÄori unemployment has soared to more than double that of the overall rate since National took office, Labour’s MÄori Affairs spokesperson Nanaia Mahuta says.
"Labour’s aged care policy contains good news at last for the undervalued aged care workforce," said Alastair Duncan, Aged Care Sector Leader for the Service and Food Workers Union today.
Duty-free tobacco allowances will be cut as a further step towards reducing the harm caused by smoking, Associate Minister of Health Tariana Turia says.
The SKYCITY Breakers have today confirmed they will once again tour the South Island in the pre-season build-up to the 2014/15 Australian National Basketball League and will bring their full stable of current stars and new signings on the two match tour to Christchurch and Dunedin up against one
Initial phases of a joint aquaculture zoning project for the Southland region have just been completed. The project, involving Environment Southland and the Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI), is aimed at providing strategic direction for future aquaculture development.
Police began Operation Recall at 12.01am Thursday with the immediate focus to work with retailers to ensure they have taken appropriate steps to remove all products from sale.
They may not be the prettiest of sea creatures but University of Auckland researcher Leo Zamora says sea cucumbers are not only fascinating but a potential major export earner for New Zealand.
IAG’s final approval to buy New Zealand’s Wesfarmer Insurance arm means the insurance industry has become even less competitive, showing the need for a KiwiBank-style company in the sector, says Labour’s Commerce spokesperson Clayton Cosgrove.
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