KiwiRail’s ferries the Kaitaki and Kaiarahi are now back to over 75% capacity on the Cook Strait and hope to be running full operations by the end of the week.
23 December 2008 - Emma Daken to celebrate Xmas and 55 days on the road in Timaru in her quest to set record as youngest Kiwi to walk the length of NZ - for Cystic Fibrosis research
When I received the email from Deb Rowe, asking me to come and talk to the nursing staff at the hospital, little did I know that she was really inviting me here to experience the transformation of Tamaki.
Hungarian President, Janos Ader, headed underground to visit the natural wonders of the iconic Waitomo Glowworm Caves this afternoon.
Greater Wellington Regional Council is well advanced towards a return to full service delivery following the damage and significant business interruption caused by Sunday night’s earthquake.
Auckland’s Pushpay, a developer of mobile commerce tools, has taken the number one ranking on this year’s Deloitte Fast 50 with an outrageous 4574% growth.
A Powerball player from Whangarei has millions of reasons to celebrate after winning $5.5 million with Powerball First Division in tonight’s live Lotto draw.
About 600 residents and tourists in Kaikoura have been evacuated by air and sea today as the New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF) stepped up its evacuation efforts in the quake-damaged coastal town.
Minds for Minds is a research partnership between doctors, researchers and the community to better understand autism in New Zealand. They have joined forces with Zealandia Horticulture Ltd, to raise funds for autism research with the launch of the crested Celosia (bot. C.argentea cristata).
The Human Rights Commission says an Auckland man blaming gay people and others for the recent deadly earthquakes is ironic given that today is an international day dedicated to tolerance.
A male motorcyclist has been airlifted to hospital in a critical condition after colliding with a car north of Te Aroha.
The crash happened at the intersection of State Highway 26 and the northern end of Rawhiti Road around 4.30pm.
Whakatāne, Sunday, 10 April 2011: Today activists aboard the flotilla opposing deep sea oil drilling halted the seismic testing by Brazilian oil giant Petrobras.
Resource management reforms will accelerate with increasing technology to improve service delivery, largely through online planning tools, the New Zealand Planning Institute (NZPI) says.
FCm Travel Solutions has been named "Australasia's Leading Travel Management Company" by the World Travel Awards for the fourth consecutive year in 2015.
Tertiary Education Skills and Employment Minister Steven Joyce says the Labour Party has completely missed the mark with its idea of marshalling young people into a new make work scheme.
Chibi Maruko-chan is one of the longest-running and highest-rating anime series in Japan. It depicts the simple, everyday life of nine-year-old elementary school student Momoko Sakura. When she was a little girl, everyone called her Maruko, because of her small size.
Healtheries has been named one of New Zealand’s most trusted brands - for the tenth time.
It has been voted New Zealand’s most trusted vitamins and supplements brand in the 2016 Reader’s Digest Trusted Brands survey.
In line with its vision of offering a superior passenger experience and improving environmental performance through a modern and state of the art wide-body aircraft fleet, Emirates has retired the last Airbus A330 and A340 aircraft in its fleet from active service.
NZ Transport Agency contractors will resume on-site work first thing Wednesday morning after working urgently throughout the day Tuesday to assess the safety of key South Island state highway routes, clear slips and safely re-open roads as soon as conditions allow.