Popular front rower Charlie Gubb is set for one of the highlights of his career after being named to play an NRL match in his hometown for the first time in Saturday’s 22nd-round clash against St George Illawarra in Wellington (5.00pm kick-off).
People wanting to connect between the University of Canterbury and the Central City have a new option with the opening today of a cycleway along Matai Street East.
Health Minister Jonathan Coleman has today launched Healthy Families Waitakere in West Auckland.
"Healthy Families NZ will improve people's health where they live, learn, work and play, as a way to prevent obesity and chronic illness," says Dr Coleman.
The NZ Transport Agency advises motorists to expect short delays on SH29 Tauranga from Monday August 31 as contractors begin removing the old Route K toll plaza.
Selwyn’s newest cycleway is now ready to ride.
The new Rolleston to Lincoln cycleway was completed in late August and provides a 9km off road link between Selwyn’s two largest townships.
Local children JT Mailau and Isla McKay enjoy the new smooth Selwyn District cycleway.
Police can now release the name of the man who died yesterday at an Oamaru premise as Robert George Wallace, aged 58, of Hampden.
Worksafe NZ are currently at the scene and are conducting their investigation into the cause of the death.
A smile should be as reflective of Christchurch as its shiny new glass buildings, a visiting academic at Lincoln University says.
The University of Otago has taken out the Supreme Award at the Microsoft Tertiary ICT Innovation Awards, held in conjunction with the Tertiary Education ICT Conference.
By Andy McGechan, www.BikesportNZ.com
New Zealand could be among the fancied teams at the Motocross of Nations in France next month and it's all thanks to generous support from New Zealand benefactors.
Good luck Lianne Dalziel! She will need it in her fight to become Mayor of Christchurch.
An investigation of the circumstances surrounding the death of 19 year old Sina Naraghizadeh while fleeing Police in West Auckland has concluded that Police complied with legislation and with policy.
Scientists and engineers will gather in Taupo tomorrow for a two-day workshop to discuss tools for evaluating deep and very hot geothermal resources.
Fulbright New Zealand celebrates 84 new grantees of its prestigious awards this year, by honouring them tonight at a special ceremony in Wellington.
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The New Zealand Recreation Association (NZRA) is calling on the Government to clarify the implications of the Health and Safety Reform Bill passed in Parliament today, to ensure New Zealanders aren’t stripped of the recreation opportunities enjoyed by past generations.
The Wellington Water Committee welcomed Chris Laidlaw as the representative of Greater Wellington Regional Council at its meeting last week.
The Wellington Water Committee is taking a regional approach to the challenge of getting Wellington’s water network up and running after a major incident.
The Ministry of Health has no plan to care for the 150,000 New Zealanders who are likely to have dementia by 2050, says New Zealand First.
Seven years under a National government has done nothing to improve the appalling outcomes for New Zealand children in state care, says New Zealand First.
Landcorp’s decision to review its conversion of forestry land to dairy farms in the upper Waikato is a cause for celebration, the Green Party said today.
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