Festivities celebrating the seventh annual International Sauvignon Blanc Day will kick off on Friday May 6 in New Zealand, home to some of the world’s most coveted Sauvignon Blanc wines, before continuing around the globe, following the sun.
Media and political attacks on disabled people in Britain are growing by the day.
Waikato Police can confirm that a 40-year-old woman will appear in Hamilton District Court on Wednesday, 6 April 2016, on 49 fraud-related charges.
The charges relate to the alleged misappropriation of approximately $2.56 million from the woman's former employer.
The year has continued in winning style for BMW in New Zealand, with the latest Motor Industry Association data confirming the brand as the number one premium marque in the country with 591 units registered in the first quarter.
Waikato Chamber of Commerce is encouraging Hamilton businesses to maximise the opportunities that the new Ultra-Fast Broadband (UFB) network brings to the City.
Prime Minister John Key has today announced the New Zealand Government is nominating Helen Clark for the position of the United Nations Secretary-General.
National youth organisation InsideOUT have released a new resource for schools today, coinciding with International Day of Transgender Visibility.
Energy saving light bulb company Energy Mad’s last quarter FY2016 Australian revenue is five times that of its first quarter FY2016 revenue.
Street Dance New Zealand celebrates 10 years of cultivating Aotearoa’s grass roots dance talent and showcasing it on the world stage on Wednesday 27th April 2016.
By Andy McGechan, www.BikesportNZ.com
The spirit of co-operation between Motorcycling New Zealand and trans-Tasman neighbours Motorcycling Australia continues to grow.
Most interest on day three of Women’s Basketball Championship (WBC) play in Nelson on Sunday centred around which team would claim the sixth and final play-off spot.
An American tramper and an injured hunter have avoided potentially lengthy stays in the bush after activating locator beacons in two separate incidents this afternoon (Sunday, 3 April 2016).
David Crawford, Chief Executive Officer of the Motor Industry Association says "Strong net immigration, competitive pricing and end of financial year deals drove strong new vehicles registrations in March 2016.
Kiwi taxpayers are being warned to watch out for a new email phishing scam which asks them to disclose their personal financial information.
The phishing email states the customer is eligible for a tax refund, but must first send their credit card details to receive it.
The iSPORT Foundation is calling for New Zealanders to donate unused sporting gear to help lower decile schools to level the playing field for the next generation.
The New Zealand Defence Force’s (NZDF) NH90 helicopters have confirmed their ability to support a humanitarian aid operation on their first overseas mission in Fiji.
Ads are everywhere and appearing in new and different forms - but it doesn’t mean people like them.
A group of organisations today expressed shock at the fact that a New Zealand energy company is introducing a tax of up to 26% on solar power and batteries from today, April 1.