Former Governor General and respected jurist Sir Anand Satyanand has been appointed as a member of Transparency International's global Advisory Council.
Auckland’s Eastern Suburbs AFC will get a chance at a sixth ASB Chatham Cup title after claiming a comprehensive 4-0 semi-final victory over Mangere United at Madills Farm on Saturday.
A 28 year old Hawera woman will be appearing in the Hawera District Court on the 1st September 2015 facing a number of charges after failing to stop for Police at an Alcohol Checkpoint.
The National drug policy released several days ago purports to address harms secondary to drugs that are "both proportionate to the harms and evidence based".
This year, the New Zealand Chinese Association (NZCA) celebrates and commemorates the 150th anniversary of the first main group of Chinese businessmen to visit New Zealand at the invitation of the Otago Provincial Council and the Otago Chamber of Commerce.
New Zealand’s Aviation Security Service (‘Avsec’) has been funded by the government for a further 3 years from 1 July 2015 to continue the intensive capability-building work it has undertaken in the Pacific.
Auckland swimmer Gabrielle Fa’amausili is in for a busy programme in the penultimate day of competition at the FINA World Junior Championships in Singapore.
As WeatherWatch.co.nz alluded to earlier this week we have a series of low pressure systems crossing the country within the next 14 days - and now we're in a position to clarify more details for you, from an Auckland perspective.
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Lisa Owen interviews Helen Clark
Global commitments to greenhouse gas reductions ahead of Paris are not enough to tackle climate change and developed countries, including New Zealand, need "to do more"
Many ATM machines in Auckland won’t be replenished today as security guards strike over stalled pay negotiations.
It has been a great start to the Auckland Heritage Festival 2013 with nearly 10,000 Aucklanders checking out the launch and many more participating in events during the Festival’s first week.
Wellington, May 25 NZPA - The man convicted of the 2008 rape and murder of Christchurch schoolgirl Marie Davis is seeking a retrial, saying it could not be proved he murdered her.
They’re young, talented and ready to play their music live on stage - over 170 young school bands are lined up for this year’s Rockshop Bandquest, the nationwide music contest for intermediate and primary students.
Fifteen-year-old Gabrielle Fa’amausili may have set a record for the shortest standing world record on the fourth day of heats at the FINA World Junior Championships in Singapore.
New Zealand First is vowing to fight for the continued New Zealand ownership of New Zealand’s second largest meat cooperative as it faces sale to the Chinese.
A quality international field featuring Olympians and national champions provided spectacular action at the Audi quattro Winter Games NZ FIS Cross-Country Skiing Australia New Zealand Continental Cup (ANC) Sprint at Snow Farm NZ near Wanaka today, with top honours going to Korea’s Kim Eun-Ho an
Finals hopes loom large as the Vodafone Warriors shape up for their third home match in as many seasons in Wellington today.
Matt Allwood and Sebastine Ikahihifo have both been recalled for the Vodafone Warriors’ 25th-round NRL encounter with Wests Tigers at Campbelltown Sports Stadium on Sunday (2.00pm kick-off local time; 4.00pm NZT).
Amplifier is seeking marketing agency partners to work collaboratively to help small and medium business master the online environment to grow sales.
Popular front rower Charlie Gubb is set for one of the highlights of his career after being named to play an NRL match in his hometown for the first time in Saturday’s 22nd-round clash against St George Illawarra in Wellington (5.00pm kick-off).
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