The Green Party welcomes the ruling of the International Court of Justice on the legality of Japan’s ‘scientific’ whaling programme.
"This is a clear win for the whales," said Green Party Oceans spokesperson Gareth Hughes.
The response to the Federated Farmers earthquake assistance line has been fantastic.
Federated Farmers is fielding plenty of offers of help for North Canterbury farmers affected by the earthquakes but the big challenge is reaching those who may be most in need.
An energetic Auckland pilates instructor has leapt to the head of the tech sector by being recognised as one of New Zealand’s top 100 chief information officers (CIOs) in the latest CIO100 list.
Police are seeking witnesses to an aggravated robbery which occurred tonight on New North Road, Mount Albert.
Two offenders entered the Mount Albert TAB on New North Road, near Carrington Road, at approximately 6pm.
Police can now release the name of the cyclist who died following a collision with a truck in Napier on Friday 21 April 2017.
He was Benjamin Den Ouden, 30, from Napier.
Police's thoughts are with Mr Den Ouden's family and friends.
Baseball New Zealand has received a big boost of support for its programme following the awarding of the 2018 Baseball Confederation of Oceania (BCO) U15 Championships, generally regarded as the competition that identifies future stars of the sport in the Oceania region.
The recent chlorination of Lower Hutt’s water supply is to continue while investigations into the source of recent positive E.coli test results are underway.
State Highway 2 is now open following a landslide at the summit of Rimutaka Hill earlier this evening.
The area has been cleared.
Wellington Police would like to thank motorists for their patience throughout the closure.
Barack Obama’s inaugural address had a sombre feel to it. Despite the incredible fanfare of his inauguration, Obama knows the mammoth task he faces to “rebuild America.” Can he live up to the hope of being the saviour?
Whatever their reason for moving, do people who move within a country end up being happier?
The Web Genius Kapiti Run for Youth (KR4Y) is delighted to announce total fundraising for the 2017 charity event to be $12,257.50. "We are truly delighted with this effort by everyone involved," said Richard Calkin of Web Genius.
Defence Minister Gerry Brownlee told Corin Dann on TVNZ 1’s Q+A programme, ‘that it will be sanctions and continued diplomacy that should be first called upon to try and resolve the situation there.’
The new Mikuni World Stadium proved a fitting stage for the world's best women's sevens players to perform on and New Zealand, Australia and Canada rose to the occasion to finish top of their respective pools at the HSBC Kitakyushu Sevens.
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Tauranga City Council has decided to revamp Mount Manganui’s Phoenix Park.
Phoenix Park is located in the heart of Mount Maunganui’s CBD. The concept design for the redevelopment includes a multi-use, fully accessible open space while retaining some parking.
The work that is carried out by researchers across the country informs greater community preparedness and resilience, the development of techniques and processes to mitigate damage such as advancing building techniques and standards, and the psychosocial effects of natural disasters.
A Silverdale tradesman has been sentenced to eight months’ home detention for not declaring nearly $500,000 in payments for gibstopping jobs over a three-year period.
At an NPT Limited (NZX: NPT) Special Shareholder’s Meeting held today, the proposal before the company from Kiwi Property Group to sell NPT two of its properties and purchase the management rights for NPT’s portfolio was not approved.
Simeon Brown has been selected by local party members as National’s Pakuranga candidate for the 2017 General Election.
Augusta Capital today wishes to acknowledge the outcome of today’s NPT Special Meeting where a majority of voting shareholders rejected the Kiwi proposal and voted for the introduction of a substantially new Board.