Northland Police have released the name of the woman who died following a firearms incident near Kaitaia yesterday.
The name is of the woman is Carmen Fay Maheno, aged 38 years, of Kaitaia.
The Public Service Association says petrol tax increases will unfairly add to the cost burden faced by low paid home support workers who often travel long distances to care for the elderly and disabled.
The Government is pushing more and more health costs on to patients with little or no regard for the impact on vulnerable Kiwis, says Annette King, Labour’s Health spokesperson.
NZEI Te Riu Roa has welcomed recommendations that the Teachers Council be beefed up to become an independent organisation that can better provide leadership for the profession and support for high quality teaching.
Awa City Computer Clubhouse this week celebrates three years of providing a safe space for young people in the Wanganui community to "connect, explore and create".
Emirates Vice President of Australasia Barry Brown jetted in to Queenstown last week for his first taste of the resort’s world-renowned scenery and experiences.
Five Canon products were selected for this year’s "Best Photo and Imaging Product" awards by the Technical Image Press Association (TIPA), representing 28 photography and imaging magazines from 15 countries across 5 continents.
Friday saw the release of Thirty Seconds To Mars’ new album LOVE LUST FAITH + DREAMS, and to celebrate the band have announced a unique promo specifically for NZ fans that utilises Snapchat - the smartphone app that is taking the world by storm.
This year, for the first time, Cannes will function as a mass scale game. Based on PHD’s Source - a gamified approach to strategy - delegates at this year’s Cannes Lions festival are set to join massive multiplayer online game, with the launch of the official Cannes Lions app.
The National Government's head in the sand approach to poverty means Pacific children are being denied the same opportunities to thrive as others, the Green Party said today.
Primary Industries Minister Nathan Guy has provided an update on progress being made in resolving the delays in clearance for some meat exports to China.
"Resolving this delay is the number one priority for the Ministry for Primary Industries.
InternetNZ (Internet New Zealand Inc) is proud to announce that one of the world’s foremost digital activists will visit New Zealand this July to deliver the international keynote at NetHui 2013.
Rose Matafeo and Jarred Christmas have capped off an incredible 2013 NZ International Comedy Festival by picking up the country’s most prestigious comedy awards; the Billy T Award and The FRED Award at last night’s Last Laughs hosted by the bro-mantic duo of Ben Hurley and Steve Wrigley.
Auckland Council’s executive team has received another high profile accolade.
Blue Star Print NZ’s Chief Executive David Jupe has made the decision to leave the business. A 16 year veteran of Blue Star, Jupe has led the business for the last four and a half years, through a most tumultuous period for both Blue Star as well as the broader New Zealand print industry.
The unsettled theme in the weather will continue this week,as another broad trough and a procession of rain bands slowly crosses New Zealand.
Vanessa Baxter became the thirteenth contestant from the Top 16 to leave MasterChef New Zealand on Sunday 19 May 2013 (7.30 pm - 8.30 pm) on TV ONE.
After two gruelling days of competition Tim Van de Molen of the Waikato/Bay of Plenty Region is the 2013 ANZ Young Farmer Contest Champion.
"It’s an absolute honour and a privilege", said Mr Van de Molen following the evening show at TVNZ Studios in Auckland.
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