A pharmacist has been sentenced in the Auckland District Court today to nine months home detention for dishonest use of documents after a case was successfully taken by the Ministry of Health.
Consumer healthcare products industry body, the New Zealand Self-Medication Industry Association (SMI), congratulates one of its member companies, Douglas Pharmaceuticals, on winning "The Most Innovative Global OTC (over-the-counter) Marketing Campaign 2015 award sponsored by OTC.Newsflash" in Pa
National List MP Alfred Ngaro honoured the 500 Cook Islands soldiers who served under the New Zealand flag in World War One at a commemoration ceremony held at Parliament today.
Close to a 100 people including judges and group leaders from NZ and Australia gathered at a hui in Rotorua this weekend to discuss and review judging processes used at Te Matatini National Kapa Haka Festival.
New Zealand Rugby and the Hurricanes are congratulating lock Jeremy Thrush who is set to bring up his century of Super Rugby games against the Waratahs in Wellington tomorrow, Saturday 18 April.
Process units at Refining NZ will begin shutting down for three weeks of planned maintenance starting Saturday 2 May.
Chinese rail engineers currently working in New Zealand are being short-changed their rightful wage entitlements under New Zealand labour law, the Council of Trade Unions said today.
Air New Zealand will increase its total domestic capacity by more than 650,000 seats in the coming financial year.
Residents of Harry Shaw Way in Raumati have succeeded in getting council to delay making a decision on whether to revoke the reserve status of a vacant section in their street.
A lovely piece of road; "a real driver’s road" is how star rally driver Alister McRae describes the Repco Race to the Sky course prior to this weekend’s return of the iconic hillclimb event.
A pest which could create havoc for New Zealand’s horticulture and agriculture sector must be as much a focus for the Government as hunting out fruit flies, Labour’s Biosecurity spokesperson Damien O’Connor says.
This weekend on The Nation...
A rare interview with Treasury Secretary Gabriel Makhlouf about the impact of the international economic recovery on New Zealand and the main opportunities and threats now facing the country.
Science and Innovation Minister Steven Joyce and MÄori Development Minister Te Ururoa Flavell today announced the third annual investment in the Vision MÄtauranga Science Fund, which was established to grow skills and capacity in science and innovation and support outcomes that benefit MÄ
A University of Canterbury researcher who graduates with her PhD this week has been examining how one in six New Zealanders live with chronic pain.
Para-Swimming star Sophie Pascoe set the pool alight with an outstanding world record on the penultimate night of finals at the New Zealand Open Swimming Championships in Auckland.
On behalf of Shearing Sports New Zealand
Woolhandling competition legend Joanne Kumeroa died today after a three-year fight against cancer.
KÄpiti residents are encouraged to give feedback on whether their district’s electoral arrangements are the best way to achieve fair and effective representation for all voters at the next local body elections.
Breen Rd is expected to remain closed for the next hour between Harewood Rd and Veronica St while Canterbury Police Serious Crash Unit complete a scene examination.
A serious crash between a car and a pedestrian was reported to have occurred shortly after 3pm this afternoon.
Environment Southland’s Long-term Plan 2015-25 consultation document, Southland’s Big 3 was adopted by the Council this morning (16/4) and will be publicly notified on 18 April.
Euthanasia-Free NZ supports the national Advanced Care Planning initiative, Conversations That Count Day on Thursday 16 April.
Compare Credit Cards - Independent interest rate and fees comparisons for New Zealand banks.