A temporary pop-up container village is being planned for Queens Wharf, to create an exciting new dining and services hub for visitors to the downtown area.
There has been a reshuffle at the top of the ICC Player Rankings for Test Bowlers, with career-high gains for India’s Ravichandran Ashwin and Australia’s Josh Hazlewood following their side’s victories in Nagpur and Adelaide, pushing the duo into second and 10th places, respectively.
The 50th anniversary Vodafone NZ Music Awards produced very impressive results according to Recorded Music New Zealand with best-ever media coverage including an inaugural live broadcast on TV3.
Haier has joined some of New Zealand’s biggest brands as a sponsor of Australasia’s largest under-16 triathlon series, the Sanitarium Weet-Bix Kids TRYathlon, and is showing parents and kids how easy it is to participate in the event with a series of online videos.
Massey University is increasing the number of domestic places available in their veterinary degree.
The International Cricket Council today confirmed that an independent assessment has found the bowling action of West Indies Sunil Narine to be illegal and, as such, the off-spinner has been suspended from bowling in international cricket with immediate effect.
Rotorua is set to host the Taekwondo New Zealand Open March 19-20, 2016 at Rotorua’s Energy Events Centre.
Whanganui UCOL’s Creative Programmes which include Fashion, Fine Arts and Graphic Design will come out to play during their end of year shows over the next two months.
Canon Inc. has today announced it has reached a new camera-manufacturing milestone as combined production of its film and digital EOS-series interchangeable-lens cameras surpassed the 80-million mark on November 10, 2015.
New Zealand equipment hire specialist, Hirepool, is continuing to grow after 60 years in business with a number of strategic plans underway, including opening new branches and investing in its core fleet.
The Mayors and Chair of Hawke’s Bay’s five councils, along with their Councillors and Chief Executives, met today to talk through a shared strategy for the future.
It was a very Kiwi Christmas at today’s (Nov. 29) annual Farmers Santa Parade with Santa’s new Aotearoa-themed sleigh stealing the show.
The Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) Director General has issued a statement warning of a potential risk associated with imported frozen berries following four human cases of Hepatitis A thought to be linked to packaged imported frozen berries.
Bright-coloured collars that could reduce the amount of prey caught by cats will be trialled in a joint Victoria University of Wellington and Wellington City Council project.
The government plans to ride roughshod over opposition to the flag referendum process, the Finance Minister Bill English confirmed in Parliament today.
Ford Trophy Preliminary Finals:
Playoff 1 v 2
Canterbury Wizards 224-9 (Peter Fulton 82-, Andrew Ellis 52, Scott Kuggeleijn 3-50) lost to the SKYCITY Northern Knight 225-6 after 49 overs (Daniel Flynn 73, Daryl Mitchell 39, Brad Wilson 33, Todd Astle 2-45) by four wickets
The Prime Minister needs to immediately apologise to Tania Billingsley for the Government’s handling of her case and he must instruct Murray McCully to immediately release an unredacted version of the John Whitehead report into the matter, the Green Party said today.
Fonterra Australia and Bellamy’s Australia Limited (Bellamy’s) announced today plans to enter into a five year, multi-million dollar strategic agreement to manufacture a range of new baby nutritional powders.
As the weather warms up, the risk of dogs contracting the extremely dangerous and highly contagious parvovirus increases.
Animal welfare and management services across Napier and Hastings have noted increases in incidents of the virus in their facilities over the last few weeks.
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