Many, if not most, tea drinkers are consuming a dose of fluoride likely to negatively affect their health, according to a study published last week in the International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health.
Four great local rock bands will be playing at the Ministry of the Mind Annual Rock Concert on Saturday 12 March from 4 to 8pm. This is a free, family friendly, all ages rock and roll concert on Lincoln Green (by Lincoln Library).
Hamilton City Council will cover the costs of Hamilton Operatic Society's cancellation of its planned season of Mary Poppins at Founders Theatre.
Australian rugby league football coach and former New Zealand Warriors coach Ivan Cleary had a captive audience when he arrived in Queenstown yesterday (Monday March 7) to play in the BMW ISPS Handa New Zealand Open.
Arriving in Queenstown, players will be hard pressed to focus on their games this week with one of the most stunning backdrops set to distract.
Unite Union has welcomed the legal end to zero-hour contracts in New Zealand.
This is a product of the successful campaign that Unite Union waged last year to end their use in the fast food industry.
A new process for Corrections to notify Child Youth and Family about released prisoners who may pose a risk to children has begun, Corrections Minister Judith Collins announced today.
By Andy McGechan, BikesportNZ
It's now or never for title hopefuls to step up and be counted in this season's New Zealand Motocross Championships.
They say the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting a different result.
A research collaboration agreement signed by Scion and the VTT Technical Research Centre of Finland gives New Zealand better access to global opportunities in the bioeconomy says Scion CEO Warren Parker.
Two union delegates reinstated on an interim basis just over a week ago by the Employment Relations Authority are among more than 100 union members who have been laid off at the AFFCO Talley’s Meat Works in Rangiuru in a plan that appears to be designed by the Talley’s Group to defy court rul
Climate-damaging emissions from aviation will continue to rise despite the best efforts of the airline industry to make air travel sustainable, a new study co-authored by a University of Otago researcher suggests.
The second day of competition at the Six Nations Bowling tournament was held at the Fendalton Bowling Club Christchurch and has provided some highs for the Blackjacks but also a couple of disappointing games that will leave some players wondering what might have been.
Auckland Council’s biggest ever pest control operation has chalked up a major victory for the endangered kÅkako with dozens of new chicks hatching in the Hunua Ranges this summer.
Around 270 New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF) engineers and naval personnel are supporting rebuilding in Fiji’s remote northern Lau islands devastated by Tropical Cyclone Winston.
Lake Wanaka Tourism (LWT), General Manager James Helmore is pleased to announce the appointment of Mark Wisniewski as the new manager of the Wanaka iSITE.
The MBIE payroll debacle that could run into the millions of dollars shows how badly Steven Joyce has managed the creation of his empire, coming on top of spending scandals and strikes, says Labour’s Economic Development spokesman David Clark.
"E tÅ« union member Kristine Bartlett and her fellow workers are the perfect women to celebrate on International Women’s Day," says CTU Vice-President Rachel Mackintosh.