By Andy McGechan, www.BikesportNZ.com
What a way to mark a return to action.
Police investigating the death of 41 year-old Joanne Pert, who died after allegedly being attacked on Shore Rd, Remuera on Thursday January 7, want to hear from residents on the road who may have private CCTV systems that could have captured images of Joanne and/or the alleged offender between ab
A deep low is forecast to pass south of New Zealand overnight Saturday bringing westerly gales to exposed parts of the South Island and lower North Island for a time.
The gains from the TPP for New Zealand’s largest export industry have failed to meet the test set by the government, Labour’s Finance spokesperson Grant Robertson says.
By Ric Spooner (Chief Market Analyst, CMC Markets)
The death of Dr Ida Gaskin in New Plymouth at the age of 96 is personally a very sad occasion for me, says Opposition Leader Andrew Little.
"She was briefly my teacher and once inspired me to enter a speech contest at New Plymouth Boys High School which I won.
New Zealand leads the world in welcoming in the new year, and this year SKYCITY Auckland’s highly anticipated pyrotechnic display will include a new laser animation show beamed onto the Sky Tower.
This is a big year for sevens rugby with the Olympic Games including rugby for the first time since 1924.
There were 53 deceased organ donors in 2015, the largest number ever in New Zealand. This is a 15% increase from the 46 donors in 2014 and a 47% increase from the 36 donors in 2013.
Generation Zero says that a recently lodged appeal against the Kapiti Expressway gives the country crucial breathing space to have a national conversation about whether to proceed with the $630 million motorway.
Minor damage resulted from an arson attack in the new Lions Playground in Windsor Park in Hastings overnight.
A fire was lit under the wooden pirate ship damaging the timber structure, a climbing rope and a small amount of artificial turf. Council staff put the damage at about $3000.
Cycling advocates are welcoming news of more people cycling, and a fall in injuries.
Cycling Action Network spokesman Patrick Morgan says both numbers are moving in the right direction.
Experienced campaigners Sam Cane and Aaron Cruden will co-captain the Gallagher Chiefs in 2016. Cane made his Investec Super Rugby debut for the Gallagher Chiefs in 2011, with Cruden moving north from the Hurricanes to join the Chiefs in 2012.
A nationwide poll of 600 young people aged 15-21 poll has found that they hold conservative values on sex issues - which are significantly similar to the views of parents.
A unique-to-New Zealand version of the famous and popular Dropbox application has been created by an Upper Hutt-based company.
Layer3 has developed Filecloud, an application that does everything Dropbox does, but adds on some additional bells and whistles.
An ambitious ‘swimmer’ was plucked from the water yesterday by the Wellington Police Maritime Unit.
With the warmer months fast approaching, Bayfair Shopping Centre is inviting shoppers to learn ways in which to adopt a healthier lifestyle by visiting a Health, Fitness and Fun event in-centre, on today until to Sunday 2 October.
Last week was a bumper week for Air New Zealand’s 75th anniversary exhibition, Air New Zealand 75 Years: Our Nation. The World. Connected at the Auckland War Memorial Museum with almost 25,000 visitors soaking up the airline’s history.