Pike River families congratulate Bill English on becoming Prime Minister of New Zealand, and have requested a meeting with him to discuss their new plan for re-entry of the mine’s drift.
Minister of Health Jonathan Coleman needs to stand up for the health of all Kiwi kids, recognise he got it wrong, and move to implement a sugary drinks tax, the Green Party said today.
Nanogirl’s tour of New Zealand has now visited three centres - Rotorua, Christchurch and Tauranga - bringing science, technology and engineering to life for young people.
A new invention is set to have everyone talking - at the same volume.
‘The Moderator’ is an ingenious electronic chip that solves the age-old problem of having to change the volume constantly when watching a TV programme, film or streaming music.
Minister of Economic Development Stephen Joyce has ducked for cover to avoid embarrassment over the dumping of a plan to build a $300 million pulp mill at Ngawha near Kaikohe, says New Zealand First Leader and Northland Member of Parliament Rt Hon Winston Peters.
Acting Civil Defence Minister Gerry Brownlee has welcomed the passing of the Hurunui/KaikÅura Earthquakes Recovery Bill 2016 by Parliament today.
Prime Minister John Key and Transport Minister Simon Bridges have helped celebrate the start of construction on a long sought intersection upgrade in Auckland’s Northwest.
Health Minister Jonathan Coleman says DHBs will receive an extra $4 million to deliver more colonoscopy services.
Property investor and developer Chalmers Properties, is extending its $300m investment portfolio with two separate industrial developments at its Te Rapa Gateway Industrial Park, one of Waikato’s fastest growing industrial subdivisions.
People who want to create new products shouldn’t automatically assume they also need to create a start-up company, says Victoria University of Wellington researcher and Master of Innovation and Commercialisation programme director Jenny Douché.
New Zealanders plan to do nearly 40 percent of their Christmas shopping online this year despite fears of having their credit card or personal details stolen, according to new research from Norton by Symantec.
Colin Meads has always been larger than life - on and off the field. The All Black great, now aged 80, has received hundreds of accolades in his life. But in his hometown of Te Kuiti - whose tagline is ‘Where legends are made’ - he has yet to be immortalised.
That is until now.
NZSki is pleased to announce that Nigel Kerr will be taking on the role of Coronet Peak Ski Area Manager starting 27 February 2017.
A Wakatipu local, Nigel has a broad background in the ski tourism industry, starting his own career as a ski and snowboard instructor in the 80s.
Approximately 30 drivers at Pavlovich Coachlines in Hamilton are taking strike action today as the bus company refuses to pay fair wages to the drivers who keep the company running.
The Minister of Education needs to show some leadership and secure the future of two not-for-profit early childhood education centres that could be faced with closure as the land they sit on is up for sale, Grant Robertson Labour MP for Wellington Central says.
Kashima Antlers coach Masatada Ishii says he'll field a full strength side against Auckland City FC in their FIFA Club World Cup opener on Thursday.
Victoria University of Wellington’s International Institute of Modern Letters’ (IIML) annual online literary journal returns this year with a new name-Turbine | Kapohau-and a new website.
This combines the original name Turbine with a new MÄori name Kapohau.
In a strong year for new writing at Victoria University of Wellington’s International Institute of Modern Letters (IIML), a risk-taking, wildly funny, ‘powerful and troubling’ novel has been awarded the 2016 Adam Foundation Prize in Creative Writing.
New Zealand health is on the cusp of an exciting new era in bettering the country’s healthcare for all Kiwis, New Zealand Health, Information and Technology (NZHIT) chief executive Scott Arrol says.
The union representing more than 900 ambulance officers says its members are pleased that St John has announced to staff it will begin interpreting the meal break provision differently, but they’re renewing their calls for more staff to help relieve escalating workloads.