Two Lotto players from Auckland have struck it lucky and won $500,000 each with Lotto First Division in tonight’s live Lotto draw.
The winning tickets were sold at Greenwoods Paper Power and Smile Supermarket-Highbrook in Auckland.
The official opening of Westland Milk Products’ new UHT plant in Rolleston is a significant boost for the Canterbury dairy industry and is a sign of the continuing shift to value-added products, says Food Safety Minister Jo Goodhew.
The NSW Swifts have been unable to derail the Queensland Firebirds winning run, falling to the defending champions 51-61 in Round 5 of the 2016 ANZ Championship at the Brisbane Entertainment Centre.
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National Urban Maori Authority boss Lance Norman puts the cost of failing a struggling child at $145,000 per year.
He says an upfront investment of $28,000 a year in the right programmes can stop children going off the rails.
By Ric Spooner (Chief Market Analyst, CMC Markets)
A powerful and inspiring new theatre production by the freshest voice in New Zealand poetry will have its world premiere season at Mangere Arts Centre - Ngā Tohu o Uenuku from 16 October.
Wellington, June 12 NZPA - A Blenheim man was today cleared of having sex with his adult daughter.
The man was today found not guilty in Blenheim District Court of five charges of sexually assaulting his daughter, the Marlborough Express reported.
Today 28 athletes were named as part of a squad of junior New Zealand rowers to take part in the 2016 World Rowing Junior Championships being held in Rotterdam, Netherlands from 21 - 28 August.
The search for Mother and daughter Carolyn and Rachel Lloyd, who are believed to be in Tararua Forest Park, has resumed this morning.
Australia and New Zealand’s leading accounting software solutions provider MYOB continues to invest in the local market, opening its second Christchurch office this week.
Police are investigating two suspicious fires in Monmouth Street, Feilding from overnight.
OraTaiao: The NZ Climate and Health Council is calling for an independent health check on Wellington Airport’s expensive plans to extend the runway into Lyall Bay.
The Maaori King, Te Arikinui Kiingi Tuuheitia has been awarded the highest civic honour of Freedom Holder of the City of Hamilton.
The Freedom of the City, by unanimous decision of the Hamilton City Council, will be conferred on Kiingi Tuuheitia later in the year.
Only four seconds separate first and second place after the opening day of the first round of Asia Pacific Rally Championship (APRC) held today, with gravel newcomer Fabian Kreim of Germany taking the lead in the final stage.
News of the demise of New Zealand Diamondblacks pitcher John Holdzkom’s Major League Baseball career has been premature after the relief pitcher was picked up by the Chicago White Sox following last week’s release from the Pittsburgh Pirates.
Shortly before 12:00pm today, Southern Police were alerted to reports of a helicopter crash in the Lindis Pass area after an emergency beacon was activated.
Following eighteen months of repositioning, and after exiting a moratorium in April 2008 NZAX-listed Geneva Finance is seeing the fruits of its new strategy and business model, in the form of a $636,000 six-month pre-tax profit.
Vodafone Warriors head coach Andrew McFadden has today confirmed Manu Vatuvei, Ben Matulino, Bodene Thompson, Albert Vete, Sam Lisone and Konrad Hurrell will be unavailable for selection to face St George Illawarra in Sunday’s ninth-round NRL clash at Mount Smart Stadium (2.00pm kick-off).