Canterbury Police are concerned for the welfare of Julia Copeland an elderly woman who has left the Christchurch International Airport about 10:00am this morning.
Ford’s wave of exciting new vehicles continues into 2016 with the arrival of the highly anticipated all-new Ford Focus RS.
By Michael Barnett, CEO, Auckland Chamber of Commerce
Congratulations - Auckland Council celebrates its 5th birthday today.
Foreign Minister Murray McCully has welcomed China’s announcement that it could support a Ross Sea region marine protected area (MPA).
Next Friday and Saturday an army of volunteer collectors will be hitting the streets, armed with orange buckets, for the Blind Foundation’s annual Blind Week street collection.
Each day three more New Zealanders register to receive Blind Foundation services.
David Seymour, MP for ACT, withdrew from an interview when he heard that Euthanasia-Free NZ would also be represented.
The recent conviction of Christchurch man, Grant Longman, has served as a timely reminder to homeowners to ensure that they only use authorised tradespeople for restricted plumbing, gasfitting and drainlaying work.
It's KartSport New Zealand North and South Island Sprint Kart Championships title time again with events at Te Puke and Blenheim over Labour Weekend.
Boxi New Zealand has launched a new category of storage services. Boxi’s new valet pick-up and drop-off storage business provides convenient, safe, and secure storage with an easy-to-use online inventory.
On The Nation:
Lisa Owen talks to former Green Party co-leader Russel Norman
Norman says he’s told Labour Party it was a "mistake" to roll David Shearer as leader.
New Government regulations to manage the waste and pollution within New Zealand’s vast Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) come into effect today, Environment Minister Dr Nick Smith says.
The man killed in a fatal crash on Auckland's Southern Motorway overnight has been identified and Police are now trying to make contact with his next-of-kin overseas.
The young man is aged in his early twenties. Enquiries are underway with Interpol to locate and advise his family.
Conservation Week 2015, which begins tomorrow, is a chance to get active outdoors and look after New Zealand’s natural world, Conservation Minister Maggie Barry says.
In London: The forecast for the final of the Rugby World Cup in Twickenham tomorrow morning NZT is looking clear and cool. After a wet past few days winds are now swinging around to the south (like NZ's northerly) and a sunny day with a high of 17 degrees is on the way tomorrow.
As we alluded to during the week a high is rolling in this weekend - but a few leftover showers are still moving through in the southerly quarter wind flow.
Tertiary Education, Skills and Employment Minister Steven Joyce today announced that 25 schools across New Zealand will each receive up to $2,500 to build sister school relationships with China.
Housing New Zealand’s Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Programme has won the Excellence in Social Housing at the Australasian Housing Institute (AHI) Awards in Perth on 28 October.
In the biggest commercial office sale in Christchurch this year, Goodman Property Trust has sold the buildings largely occupied by IAG’s Christchurch offices in Addington.
A Canterbury "trophy" high country station, a dairy farm, a sheep and beef property, kiwifruit land and a horse/racing facility have all fallen into foreign hands in the past month, says New Zealand First.
New Zealand Winegrowers welcomes the announcement of a proposed Free Trade Agreement (FTA) between New Zealand and the EU.
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