A mammoth task, to become the first South African team to win a Vodacom Super Rugby playoff in New Zealand, awaits the Cell C Sharks in Christchurch on Saturday.
The Board of Jeff Gray European Ltd has announced today, effective August 18, that Jeff Gray will be retiring from the business.
Taupō local Anandi Greene has recently opened a Yoga Studio - The Yoga Tree - a light and dynamic exercise space in central Taupō that caters for a range of Yoga options.
Gold Coast utility back Dominique Peyroux has today become the fourth new player signed by the Vodafone Warriors for the 2013 NRL season.
National has refused a briefing from a group of Maui’s dolphins experts, whose research shows 80 per cent of New Zealanders want greater protection for the critically endangered dolphin, the Green Party said today.
Labour will close the digital divide with its Connectivity Upgrade to ensure all New Zealanders can be part of a growing, more connected economy and have the right to access quality broadband, Labour Leader David Cunliffe says.
Family First NZ says that politicians are ignoring the concerns of families, lack the will to take appropriate action, and are happy to drag the ongoing problem of street prostitution into the next parliamentary term.
Today is World Sjogren’s Day, and Arthritis New Zealand Chief Executive Sandra Kirby reminds New Zealanders that Sjogrens is one of the more that 140 different forms of arthritis.
It’s an opportunity not to be missed when around 350 competitors gather in Tauranga this weekend for the ITF Taekwon-Do New Zealand national championships.
Total madness - that’s how future generations will label the rejection of the Christchurch to North Canterbury commuter rail service, says New Zealand First.
The Director of Civil Aviation, Graeme Harris announced today that he is launching an investigation into an alleged security breach at Christchurch airport this morning. It has been alleged that the Minister of Transport and two of his staff did not go through normal security screening.
17 June 2009 - "The reinstatement of Queen's Counsel is a backwards step for New Zealand. The Republican Movement is totally opposed to this move" said the chair of the Republican Movement, Lewis Holden.
The Rail and Maritime Transport Union said today that there is long-standing concern about the effectiveness of the Matangi braking system among train drivers, and the union will work with KiwiRail on interim recommendations in a TIAC report out today.
Less than 10 days out from the all important Louis Vuitton Finals in San Francisco, the spirits of the Emirates Team New Zealand crew have been buoyed by the well wishes of thousands of New Zealanders.
Launching this week, Sensible Sentencing’s Stop the Suppression campaign is asking New Zealanders to get in behind a campaign to overhaul the name suppression laws in NZ.
SPCA Cupcake Day, Monday 29th August, is the third annual celebration of this 'cats and dogs' nationwide fundraiser.
Thousands of people throughout the country will be baking, selling and eating cupcakes to raise much-needed funds for SPCA Centres from Southland to Kaitaia.
Wellington homeowners have a new tool to help assess how their properties might hold up in an earthquake.
A new guide, Earthquake Strengthen Your House, is now available with information on how to identify features of a property that may need earthquake strengthening.
A team of University of Canterbury (UC) disaster experts say this week is critical for businesses in Wellington and Marlborough.
JLL’s has appointed Andrew Scotts to strengthen their presence in the South Auckland industrial market.
Andrew first cut his teeth with JLL in industrial leasing and sales in Wellington and has just transferred to the Auckland team.
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