The MÄori Party pays tribute to the thousands of New Zealanders, who ten years ago today, began the march to Parliament known as the HÄ«koi of 2004.
Three changes have been made to the Vodafone Warriors’ line-up for their traditional NRL Anzac Day encounter with the Melbourne Storm at AAMI Park on Friday (6.00pm kick-off local time; 8.00pm NZT).
President of the Mars Society New Zealand, Hari Mogosanu joins Carter Observatory on Thursday 15 May to discuss what the human living condition might be like on Mars.
The Waikato branches of the Institute of Directors (IoD) and Chamber of Commerce have joined forces to give aspiring Waikato directors a chance to receive up to $3000 towards the cost of governance development training.
I’ve stated many a time on this blog that I am a geek. My geekness comes in all shapes and forms, but mostly in the form of TV and theatre dorkery.
Tourism New Zealand, the New Zealand Transport Agency and Air New Zealand have joined forces to target Chinese tourists with important road safety messages before they get behind the wheel.
Palmerston North City Council’s operating budget surplus has continued through the third quarter of the financial year with a recorded improved operating position of $5.2m for the nine months to 31 March 2014.
Auckland Grammar School, today announced the biggest fundraising campaign in the school’s history to help pay for a new state-of-the-art classroom block.
The Clive War Memorial Swimming Pool will reopen this Sunday, following a $2.1m upgrade.
The official reopening ceremony will be held on Sunday 27th April at 9.45am and will include a blessing of the building. There will be FREE entry to the pool from 10am till 3.30pm on Sunday.
The Muscular Dystrophy Association of New Zealand, an organisation which supports people living with neuromuscular conditions, believes the Government’s proposal to amend the Building Act regarding earthquake prone buildings, will further marginalise the disabled community and goes against basi
The Mayor of Christchurch has welcomed the Minister for Earthquake Recovery’s confirmation today that he will be removing a land designation in central Christchurch.
A nationwide survey by Canstar Blue reveals that nearly a quarter of New Zealanders would like to improve their understanding of banking and finance, but don’t know where to go for information.
The New Zealand debut of American-style competition barbecue will come to Manfeild next month during the Aginnovation event.
It was a true test of nerves in the final of the National Mixed Netball Tournament at Auckland’s AMI Netball Centre this Easter Sunday with double extra time required to find the winner.
An all-women's conference featuring a prominent group of New Zealand business women is being staged by the Queenstown Chamber of Commerce on May 22nd 2012, designed specifically to assist professional women to enhance their business skills.
A front is expected to move east across Fiordland Wednesday morning bringing a burst of heavy rain. Total accumulations are likely to reach short term warning criteria.
Bob Carter has been appointed the New Zealand Cricket High Performance Coach and will begin the role next month.
Total Mobility, the subsidised taxi scheme for people with impairments, is back in business in South Taranaki.
Waikato Regional Council will be actively encouraging land owners to take an even more proactive response to managing erosion issues around Taupo.
The Southern Cross Softball Challenge in Christchurch over Easter proved to be the best preparation possible for Temperzone New Zealand Junior Black Sox and the women’s New Zealand White Sox as both teams prepare for their respective world championships.
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