Vodafone has switched on its newly built cell site at Reporoa in the Rotorua District - part of the Government’s Rural Broadband Initiative (RBI) - providing improved mobile coverage and broadband options for residents and visitors to the area.
Recognising the importance of Dunedin’s education sector, a specialist role has been created to implement the Export Education Strategy, that was developed as an outcome of the new city-wide economic development strategy.
Auckland Transport is reviewing its policy and guidelines for planting of vegetation on grass berms.
All NgÄpuhi members will be entitled to vote in elections for representatives to the independent mandated authority that will negotiate the iwi’s historical Treaty settlement with the Crown, Treaty of Waitangi Negotiations Minister Christopher Finlayson and Minister of MÄori Affairs Dr Pi
Social Development Minister Paula Bennett has launched a new resource to help address family violence in ethnic communities.
Claims the Government will scrap the EasyVote card are wrong and irresponsible, Justice Minister Judith Collins says.
Labour’s Justice spokesperson Andrew Little made a number of misleading assertions during the second reading of the Electoral Amendment Bill in Parliament last night.
Responding to recent media coverage of a group of academics calling for a 20% tax on fizzy drink, Jordan Williams, Executive Director of the Taxpayers’ Union says:
The subsidy paid to Rio Tinto by Bill English has been shown up to be corporate welfare at its worst, says Labour’s SOEs spokesperson Clayton Cosgrove.
The multi-national company, gifted $30 million of taxpayer money by National last year, has announced a profit of $US3.7 billion.
BP’s Wild Bean Café has bested major national coffee chains, such as Robert Harris, Starbucks and Columbus Coffee, in a new coffee shop chain customer satisfaction survey from Canstar Blue, released today.
Three All Blacks and Investec Super Rugby stars have re-signed with New Zealand Rugby (NZR), with outside backs and good mates Cory Jane and Israel Dagg inking deals with NZR and their respective Hurricanes and Crusaders franchises through to 2017, and Crusaders lock Luke Romano re-signing throug
Golf prodigy Lydia Ko has taken the supreme honours at the 51st Westpac Halberg Awards at Vector Arena in Auckland tonight.
Commerce Minister Craig Foss today announced the appointment of Graeme Mitchell as Chair of the External Reporting Board (XRB) for a five year term.
A national seminar focusing on better road and traffic incident management will be held in Rotorua on March 17-18 with some international experts on this subject expected to attend.
It's Tuatara February at Zealandia. To celebrate, five juvenile tuatara will be released into the sanctuary this Thursday when they are returned from Victoria University of Wellington’s captive incubation programme.
A new initiative to encourage Chinese computer science students to study in New Zealand has won funding from the International Education Growth Fund held by Education New Zealand.
Food prices rose 1.2 percent in January 2014, and were up 0.9 percent on a year earlier, Statistics New Zealand said today.
The BLACKCAPS have lost the toss and will bat first in the second ANZ Test against India at the Hawkins Basin Reserve in Wellington starting today.
The NZ Transport Agency says road resurfacing maintenance work will start next Wednesday (19 February) and continue for about a week at seven separate sites on State Highway 2 north of Katikati.
TVNZ has today announced that Alison Pugh will be the new co-host of TV ONE’s Breakfast, alongside current host Rawdon Christie.
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