After two gruelling days of competition Tim Van de Molen of the Waikato/Bay of Plenty Region is the 2013 ANZ Young Farmer Contest Champion.
"It’s an absolute honour and a privilege", said Mr Van de Molen following the evening show at TVNZ Studios in Auckland.
Four of New Zealand’s best-loved entertainers have joined forces to today launch a service that offers expert advice to anyone wanting to crack the world of showbiz.
Budget 2013 is investing in growing New Zealand’s exports markets and boosting our overseas profile and international competiveness, Economic Development Minister Steven Joyce says.
Economic Development Minister Steven Joyce today announced $2 million in new funding to launch the New Zealand Story project - an initiative to help New Zealand companies gain a competitive advantage from the use of the New Zealand brand in international markets.
Today 300 people gathered at Wyuna Bay to celebrate the value of the Coromandel Harbour and support a flotilla of boats, kayaks and surfers sailing across the harbour, which is included in Schedule 4 of the Crown Minerals Act, to defend it from mining.
Budget numbers reveal our national level of indebtedness will skyrocket by $61 billion over five years, which is an economic ticking time-bomb, says the Green Party.
Primary Industries Minister Nathan Guy can no longer keep his head in the sand over Zespri’s role in the customs fraud allegations in China after damning internal documents were revealed today by the Sunday Star Times, ACT Primary Industries Spokesman Don Nicolson said today.
Current planning laws are "explicitly designed to drive up housing values", Finance Minister Bill English said on Q+A this morning.
"Unfortunately, the reality of the game today is that it takes too long, costs too much and is generally way too difficult. How did we get here?
Peter Kostis takes a hard look at, "How Golf Lost Its Way"
Eko Malu, making just his third appearance of the season, provided the match-winning try as the Vodafone Junior Warriors pulled off an amazing 38-32 win in tonight’s dazzling 10th-round NYC encounter with competition-leading Penrith at Centrebet Stadium.
Kiwi shoppers are voting with their feet as many say they'd rather leave their favourite store than pay a credit card surcharge according to a new retail survey*.
Today in Piha the Green Party launched a major campaign to stop the Government’s planned expansion of risky deep sea drilling, including offering New Zealanders the opportunity to join a counter bid to protect our oceans and beaches.
A University of Canterbury (UC) researcher is investigating forensics and their developing role in the justice system.
A showery northwest flow covers the North Island today (Sunday) with bands of heavy rain and thunderstorms. This Watch covers the possibility of rainfall accumulations reaching warning amounts in some parts of the North Island today.
Lisa Carrington surprised the field in the WK1 500m race at the ICF Canoe Sprint World Cup 2 in Racice last night by smashing the race in a time of 1:48.550.
New Zealand put an exclamation mark on the end of their IRB Women’s Sevens World Series title win by winning The Netherlands tournament in Amsterdam this morning.
Rachel Hunter has been named as the third judge for New Zealand’s Got Talent 2013, coming soon to TV ONE.
Sportspeople and others in the public glare should implement accountability measures around their social media use, according to a public relations consultant who specialises in reputation management.
Auckland Council’s agreement with the Government to allow for fast-tracking to free up more land for housing in strategic parts of Auckland means the Mayor no longer needs to push for his draft unitary plan to be notified and given instant legal weight in September, says Auckland Councillor for
New Zealand’s extinct moa and the historical characters who strove to solve the mysteries of this flightless giant are the engaging subjects of the winning book for the Royal Society of New Zealand’s 2013 Science Book Prize, announced tonight in Auckland.
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