After playing what Peter Allis described as “rubbish” golf, Tiger ended up only four shots behind Open Championship winner Ernie Els.
Tiger’s terrible triple bogey at the 6th hole in the final round at Royal Lytham is described by John Dillon.
The rights’ of victims will be strengthened and expanded following the third and final reading of the Victims of Crime Reform Bill in Parliament today.
Fonterra and Nestlé have realigned their 10-year old Dairy Partners Americas (DPA) 50/50 joint venture and signed binding agreements covering the revised scope of the alliance.
Under the agreements:
"MANA’s flagship policy, our Feed the Kids Bill to introduce government-funded breakfast and lunch programmes in decile 1-2 schools, will finally debut in Parliament tonight" said Hone Harawira, MANA Leader and MP for Te Tai Tokerau.
Continuing to move the Public Relations Institute of New Zealand (PRINZ) in a modern and professional direction will be the hallmark of incoming president Bruce Fraser’s tenure.
The East Taupō Arterial, a 16km highway that runs along the eastern outskirts of Taupō town, was officially opened by Hon. Steven Joyce and Sir Tumu te Heuheu today and is now open to traffic.
Rail safety education in schools received a major push today with a nationwide launch of new curriculum based online rail safety resources.
The resources were launched by the Hon Michael Woodhouse, Associate Transport Minister, at Newmarket Primary School in Auckland.
"Maori voters in the electorate of Te Tai Tokerau will not appreciate their seat being used as a springboard to get Kim Dotcom's minions into Parliament," said the president of the Maori Party, Rangimarie Naida Glavish.
The establishment of the New Zealand Sign Language Board is underway with Minister for Disability Issues Tariana Turia announcing further details today. The Government has committed $6 million over four years to promote and maintain New Zealand Sign Language in Budget 2014.
MTG Hawke’s Bay’s new regional history exhibition Dr Felkin and the Forerunners: visions of utopia, 1900-1930 opens on Saturday 17 May. This exhibition tells the fascinating story of the Havelock North Forerunners and their enigmatic leader, Dr Robert Felkin.
Normal train services on the Melling Line will resume tomorrow morning (Thursday 29 May) following yesterday’s incident at the Melling station.
The train involved in the incident was removed from the site last night and all track and infrastructure repair work has now been completed.
Groups and individuals interested in preserving Selwyn’s heritage are being encouraged to apply for funding for their next project as Selwyn Heritage funding applications are now open.
Immigration Minister Michael Woodhouse is unable to explain to unemployed Kiwi workers why the government is allowing so many permanent migrants into New Zealand who are not in the skilled category, says New Zealand First.
Mayor Len Brown is travelling next week to the World Cities Summit in Singapore to promote Auckland’s growth agenda and discuss development issues with other Mayors.
Selwyn residents are being asked to share their views on the delivery of Council’s services as part of the 2014 Resident’s Survey.
Waikato Regional Council has today agreed to fund the national bovine tuberculosis (TB) eradication programme for one more year at the existing level of $650,000.
New Zealand’s honey industry can now test manuka honey faster and more cost effectively than ever before thanks to a new three-in-one test introduced by the country’s leading analytical testing laboratory, Hill Laboratories.
Some of New Zealand's top eLearning contributors and participants have been acknowledged in the inaugural Virtual Learning Awards in Wellington on the 15th April 2014.
Education Minister Hekia Parata today launched a new Family WhÄnau Sign Language Facilitator service to support deaf children to develop a strong first language.
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