Hamilton Police working on the homicide investigation after the discovery of an elderly man’s body in a central city public toilet have arrested two people.
Another strong message has been sent to people undertaking prescribed electrical work without the authority to do so.
Applications are open for Auckland Council’s regional sport and recreation grant funding programme for organisations inspiring and encouraging Aucklanders to be more active.
In a milestone for the city’s transport services, Auckland Transport will soon be calling for tenders to operate its New Network bus services in south Auckland (including Pukekohe and Waiuku).
Students studying at Whitireia Polytechnic are more likely to succeed than at any other polytechnic in New Zealand, according to recent independent assessments conducted by the Tertiary Education Commission and NZQA.
A broad, complex trough, preceded by a strong, moist northerly flow, is expected to slowly pass east over the country today and early Tuesday. A band of very heavy rain and northerly gales precede this trough, affecting northern parts of the South Island and much of the North Island.
A collaboration between staff and students from colleges across Massey University’s Wellington campus has led to the launch of an online anthology exploring its location in the suburb of Mt Cook.
Rotorua mayor Steve Chadwick says hosting hundreds of delegates to TRENZ 2015 in Rotorua (17-20 May) will be a special privilege for Rotorua and its Explore Central North Island partners.
Oxfam has dispatched a team of experts on the ground to assess the water, public health and sanitation conditions in Bohol today and another batch of teams will go to Northern Cebu, Northern and Eastern Samar and Leyte, in the Eastern Visayas region in the Philippines, after super typhoon Haiyan
A TaupÅ teenager has taken out both of TaupÅ District Council’s road safety competitions with her punchy prose and hard hitting messages.
Former world champion Terenzo Bozzone will be one of the biggest threat’s to de-throne fellow countryman Dylan McNeices’ unbeaten run at Challenge Taiwan on Saturday.
Rental vehicle companies around New Zealand are being encouraged to sign up to a new Code of Practice aimed at improving the safety of both visiting drivers and New Zealand road users.
New Zealand Cricket offers its condolences to the family of Trevor Barber, who passed away at a retirement home in Christchurch on Friday 7 August 2015.
A new study of over 2000 Kiwi businesses has found that the current Windows 10 upgrade has caused UFB congestion to increase by an average of 40% since beginning just over a week ago.
Following the narrow defeat to Japan, 81-73, in the final game of the Christchurch Casino International Women's Basketball Series Tall Ferns head coach Kennedy Kereama named his 12 players to face the Australian Opals.
Industry body DairyNZ’s cowbassador, Rosie the Cow, has teamed up with WorkSafe and ACC to create Farm Rules!, an engaging way for primary school children to learn about the risks involved with certain farm activities and how to minimise or avoid them.
New Zealand’s six Major Associations have announced the second round of players to be offered domestic contracts for the coming season.
As the world faces one of the biggest humanitarian crises of our lifetime students from around New Zealand are taking action, raising their voices and calling on the New Zealand government to do its fair share for refugees and double the quota.
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