Auckland international Daniel Bray made good on the pace he showed at the first round of this year's Logitech Rotax Max Challenge with a win in the DD2 class at the second in the Hawke's Bay over the weekend.
New Zealand Football announced on Tuesday the appointment of Neil Emblen as assistant coach of the Men’s U-20 side.
Blame for the crisis situation at Te Kura Hourua ki Whangaruru which led to a final notice being issued today against the Northland charter school falls firmly at the feet of the Education Minister, Labour’s Education spokesperson Chris Hipkins says.
The Education Minister has announced that a troubled Northland charter school has been issued with a performance notice, but she needs to take responsibility for the dire situation, says NZEI President Louise Green.
"New Zealand is assisting Pacific Island countries to develop their responses to climate change," said Minister for Climate Change Issues Tim Groser.
Perseverance and patience has paid off for New Zealand Diamondblacks catcher Te Wera (Beau) Bishop after the former Boston Red Sox player signed a minor league contract with Major League club Milwaukee Brewers.
Transport Minister Simon Bridges has today turned the first sod of a $146 million dollar roading project that will better link the Auckland International Airport and the greater Auckland area.
Government accounts released today show that Finance Minister Bill English remains on track to break his promise to New Zealanders of a meaningful surplus for the 2014/15 year, Labour’s Finance spokesperson Grant Robertson says.
The Finance Minister needs to assure taxpayers that due diligence was carried out on a $200 million investment into a Portuguese Bank that collapsed three weeks later, Labour Leader Andrew Little says.
In a beauteous world of swaying flowers and flitting butterflies are the hilarious adventures of two voluptuous caterpillars and their clumsy lycra-clad puppeteers.
Former Canterbury Rugby, Crusaders and NZ Rugby Chairman, Mike Eagle, has been made a Life Member of the Canterbury Rugby Union at this week’s Annual General Meeting.
Education Minister Hekia Parata has issued the Trust running Te Pumanawa o te Wairua School with a performance notice requiring it to take immediate action to address areas of serious concern at the school.
Prime Minister John Key today formally opened Kiwibank’s new regional office in Hastings. The office has been set up to ensure there is business continuity in the event of a disaster or emergency in the bank’s main offices in Wellington and Auckland.
Greyhound Racing New Zealand will forbid any Australian greyhound owner, trainer or breeder implicated in live-baiting from racing their dogs in New Zealand.
An Auckland mother charged with fraudulently claiming Carer Support for her three children has been sentenced to 5 months community detention and to repay $6000 of the money taken, in the Manukau District Court last night.
If you’re passionate about environmentalism or marine life then the New Zealand Association for Environmental Education’s (NZAEE) Seaweek may be for you.
The SKYCITY Breakers contemplate their final regular season game of the 2014/15 Australian National Basketball League this Sunday, against their closest rivals all season in the Cairns Taipans.
Higher than expected tax revenue and lower than expected operating expenses contributed to an operating balance before gains and losses (OBEGAL) deficit of $990 million for the six months to December, Finance Minister Bill English says.
Research published in the New Zealand Medical Journal today shows that although injury is the biggest cause of alcohol-related deaths overall, the leading cause of death in women, both Maori and non-Maori women, is breast cancer.
Serious questions need to be asked about how the New Zealand Superannuation Fund (the Fund) lost $200 million of taxpayers’ money from a high risk investment in a Portuguese bank.
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