Legendary singer-songwriter RODRIGUEZ, who is returning to New Zealand this October for two shows (13 October; Auckland - sold out - and 16 October; Wellington), is to be joined by Queenstown-based folk singer-songwriter Holly Arrowsmith.
The Multiple Sclerosis Society of New Zealand (MSNZ) is delighted by PHARMAC’s announcement today that it will fund two new treatments for Multiple Sclerosis.
Air New Zealand has been named Australasia’s Leading Airline at the 2014 World Travel Awards for the sixth year in a row.
Skoda owners are a satisfied bunch, with 95 percent of those who responded to a Consumer NZ car reliability survey saying they would buy the same make again.
Wellingtons reputation as the place for technology companies to be based has been backed by latest small business confidence survey, says Wellington Employers Chamber of Commerce.
The SKYCITY Breakers stated the season in the best possible way, stunning the defending champion Perth Wildcats 80-70 on the night they unfurled their championship banner, doing so on the back of a stunning first half effort that had them too far out of reach for a fast finishing Perth side.
Rural Contractors New Zealand is questioning the high cost of machinery and parts that contractors and farmers are currently paying.
The NSW Swifts have secured the services of five current Australian Diamonds’ squad members for the 2015 ANZ Championship season.
Eight organisations have signed up to a project to protect the Desert Road landscape from the adverse effects of three invasive legume plants.
Door of international opportunity opens to Maori visual artists.
Maori carvers, printmakers, painters and fibre artists are invited to apply for the 2012 Toi Sqwigwialtxw artist's residency in Washington, United States of America.
Committed to maximising the benefits of New Zealand’s Ultra-Fast Broadband (UFB) infrastructure, fibre-only provider MyRepublic is inviting all homes across New Zealand to experience its 100Mbps unlimited fibre broadband service for 3 months for free to customers who sign up or register bef
Statement from MANA Leader and Tai Tokerau Spokesman Hone Harawira
To mark International Day of the Girl 2014 (Saturday,11 October), UNICEF New Zealand and Youth for UN Women are hosting an art installation and public event in Wellington focused on empowering adolescent girls and breaking the cycle of violence often perpetrated against them.
New Zealand’s #BeCrueltyFree campaigners have today welcomed the decline in the number of live animals used for research and testing in the country, but renewed their call for a national ban on animal testing for cosmetics and the sale of cosmetics newly tested on animals abroad.
Coastguard Boating Education are committed to ensuring the safety of all boaties who venture onto the water and is proud to be part of the sector wide initiative - Safer Boating Week, 17 - 24 October 2014.
Bay of Plenty Regional Council focused on delivering on its major projects for the second year of its Ten Year Plan.
Presenting the Council’s Annual Report, Chairman Doug Leeder said the environment it operated in had continued to change.
Latest education and training figures suggest the Government cut education programmes for at-risk youth even as youth unemployment increased.
British duo LAMB announce their debut New Zealand performance this summer.
Harcourts’ property managers within Christchurch are officially among the best in the country.
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