By Andy McGechan, www.BikesportNZ.com
Using an analogy from another sport, if superbike racing was a tennis match then Bay of Plenty’s Tony Rees is at match point.
New regulations have been approved under the Resource Management Act that provide a national approach to the use of poisons like 1080 and brodifacoum, Environment Dr Nick Smith announced today.
All the action on day two of the GODZone adventure race is focused around the famous Skippers Canyon near Queenstown and the Shotover River.
Whitewater rafting has been introduced for the first time to the seven-day expedition race. Race Director Warren Bates says it will be thrilling.
Kiwi technology businesses need to ensure they are adopting risk management practices to remain at the forefront of the world stage, Delta Insurance says.
The search continues for a diver missing off a boat in the Marlborough Sounds.
The 49-year-old man failed to resurface yesterday morning from a dive north of Stephens Island.
As Auckland’s iconic Selwyn Village turns 60 today, its owner and operator - charitable trust, The Selwyn Foundation - says that society is going ‘back to the future,’ as many of the conditions that gave rise to the development of the Village have returned and are set to get worse with the
Waikato Regional Council is asking the public to be on the lookout for any further signs of aquatic life being impacted on in the region’s waterways.
World Rugby has confirmed a late change to the match official team ahead of Saturday’s RBS 6 Nations Championship match between Ireland and France in Dublin.
The Minister of Defence is being asked to urgently intervene with insurers after the tragic death of decorated ex-Special Air Service (SAS) soldier Corporal Steve Askin has highlighted appalling discrimination against former defence personnel who apply for insurance.
A major new campaign to stop people littering aims to change behaviour and to educate people, Environment Minister Dr Nick Smith and Parliamentary Private Secretary Scott Simpson announced today at National’s Bluegreen Forum in Auckland.
An investigation by international animal welfare charity, World Animal Protection has exposed that Thailand’s controversial Tiger Temple Co. Ltd. is planning to re-open under the new name, Golden Tiger (Thailand) Co. Ltd.
Little wonder when you have some Real Estate agents charging 1% commission whilst others are changing 4%.
Opotiki dairy farmers Jared and Sue Watson have won the Bay of Plenty Ballance Farm Environment Awards.
Sue and Jared have been 50:50 sharemilkers since 2002 now milking 282 cows once a day on a 120ha platform in the Waiotahe Valley.
The Terms of Reference for the Fuel market Financial Performance Study Energy have been released today, says Energy and Resources Minister Judith Collins.
GIANTS Netball put in a superb display to defeat West Coast Fever 66-51 at Qudos Bank Arena on Saturday night, securing back-to-back Suncorp Super Netball wins in the process.
Scaffolding has been put in place on the most severely damaged bridge on the Christchurch-Greymouth line between Cass and Springfield as work to reopen the line gathers pace.
Pacific People’s Minister Alfred Ngaro says Pacific language weeks give all New Zealanders the chance to celebrate our diversity.
GODZone Chapter 6 got underway this morning with an explosive start off the main beach in Queenstown Bay.
The future of Chiefs rugby is bright, with an exciting pool of talented rugby players named in the 2017 University of Waikato Chiefs Taua Development squad today.
ACT has announced a policy of Rewarding Self-Improvement in Prison at today’s party conference.
"The cost of crime and the prison system is running away. This is largely due to a reoffending blowout which sees 48% of prisoners return within four years," says ACT Leader David Seymour.