2015 Rio Test Event rolled into day three today in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil where Peter Burling and Blair Tuke have taken the overall lead and five New Zealand crews are now placed within the top seven in their class.
A nutraceutical developed by University of Otago researchers that could help type II diabetes patients enjoy better regulation of their blood sugar levels has won the University’s 2015 Proof of Concept grant.
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Masterton's Camden Butler can't wait to sink his teeth into this weekend's first round of two in the North Island Motocross Championships in the Manawatu.
Three companies exemplifying excellence in developing their people have been recognised in the Connexis Company Training and Development Awards 2015.
Te Aute College Deputy Principal and rugby coach Robin Fabish will be departing the school on a high, after his team won the final of the Unison Challenge Shield 20 - 8 against Wairoa College on Sunday.
Major cracks are emerging in the education sector as the government’s one-size-fits all approach to education leaves schools and special needs students in the lurch, says New Zealand First’s Education Spokesperson Tracey Martin.
More than 40% of Auckland businesses surveyed by Auckland Chamber of Commerce in August believe business conditions will deteriorate in the next 6 months.
Wellington accountancy firm Stephenson Thorner today announced that Michael Hollings has joined the practice as an Associate of the firm.
This week N4L (Network for Learning) will connect the 2000th school to its Managed Network, bringing fast, reliable internet services to 80% of the country’s schools.
Chris Ashton has worked his way ‘From the ground up’ in the Construction Industry, while David Kingham is at an earlier stage of his career and taking full advantage of training opportunities.
With around 3.2 million people watching it online every day, Air New Zealand’s latest safety video Men in Black Safety Defenders is well on its way to becoming the airline’s most popular to date with 12.9 million online views recorded in the four days since its release.
"Trade Minister Tim Groser has demonstrated breathtaking arrogance in dismissing concerns about the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA) raised by health professionals and the general public," says Ian Powell, Executive Director of the Association of Salaried Medical Specialists (ASMS).
Tennis Championships - January 12-17, 2009. Auckland, New Zealand.
Applications have now opened for rates rebates for the 2015/2016 rating year.
Residential ratepayers with a household income up to $24,440 may be eligible for a rates rebate up to $610.
More than four thousand rugby-mad New Zealanders are counting down the days before they are following the All Blacks in their attempt to retain world rugby’s greatest crown.
The Green Party is calling on the Government to set a goal of 100 percent renewable electricity generation or risk being left behind as industry leads the transition from dirty fossil fuel electricity generation to clean renewable power, the Green Party said today.
The Green Party is calling on the Government to go back to the drawing board on state housing, following Bill English’s admission that he’s now looking at leasing the houses out because there’s little interest from community groups in buying them.
A section of the Riverbank Carpark at 268 Victoria Street, Hamilton, will be cordoned off tomorrow, reducing the number of parking spaces available. The spaces that will be left will be available to those that lease/rent their car park.
The complex low and associated fronts which meandered over the country through the weekend brought rainfall to the whole country. The most significant accumulations over the weekend were along eastern ranges of the North Island, where 40-80mm was recorded.
Figures just released by NZQA showing a shocking level of training uptake by cleaners has led to calls from New Zealand’s leading commercial company CrestClean for the introduction of a National Standard for the $1 billion commercial cleaning industry.
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