Next Wednesday (27 November) you'll be able to see what happens when all the ducks are in a line and a community garden springs into existence at Whangamata's Mayfair Reserve.
The Pike River Receivers confirm that a number of charges have been laid against the company by the Department of Labour. These were served yesterday.
The Health Select Committee has proposed, effectively, mandatory fluoridation for New Zealand via the back door. They have recommended that the decision over fluoridation be taken away from local councils and put in the hands of the District Health Boards.
Social Development Minister Paula Bennett is welcoming public submissions on the Vulnerable Children Bill to be heard from next week.
While investigators wait to speak to the victim of an incident where a man was run down by a car in a domestic violence incident over the weekend, the driver has appeared in court.
In collaboration with technology company Fronde, FarmIQ has created an online farm management system that helps farmers produce a red meat product that will consistently meet consumer preferences and provide better returns.
MPI applauds the hefty sentence handed out last week to a commercial fishing skipper operating out of Tauranga for his part in a black-market fishing operation.
MPs from across the House of Representatives have demonstrated their support for Māori Television by passing the Māori Television Service Amendment Bill into law tonight.
Housing Minister Dr Nick Smith today turned the sod to mark the beginning of construction for Housing New Zealand’s new 26 inner city apartments and opened a further six community social housing units in Saint Albans.
UnitedFuture leader and Ohariu MP Peter Dunne is describing the Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment’s report on water quality and use as a "wake-up call for the Wellington region."
The Green Party is calling on the Government to release Anadarko’s oil spill modelling and oil spill response plan before the company starts drilling off the coast of Raglan.
Labour’s Environment spokesperson Moana Mackey says the Parliamentary Commissioner for the Environment’s report on land use and nutrient pollution is timely but it raises some very serious questions around the proposed management of nutrient load in the Ruataniwha scheme currently before a bo
The first group of students to complete the Manukau Institute of Technology’s (MIT) Bachelor of Nursing Pacific will be graduating next year after three years of study.
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