Insurance Council Statement
The fifth anniversary of the Canterbury earthquakes, is a time to remember those who lost their lives, the massive recovery effort since and to look to the great future Christchurch has ahead.
Dunedin Police would like to hear from anyone who may have seen a male acting suspiciously around the car park area adjacent to the Pineapple track at Whare Flat Road around midday on Sunday 21 February.
He was seen driving a tidy white boxy styled station wagon.
A multinational study, led by Massey University’s Dr Lee Stoner, has identified key priorities that could help prevent heart disease and obesity-related diabetes in indigenous populations.
CURRENCY: Only minor data is due out of from Asia today, with NZ food prices the final piece of the puzzle for CPI next week. At present, inflation looks contained, but QSBO and QVNZ data suggest RBNZ action is imminent.
The Mackenzie Country Trust was launched in Tekapo this morning with a presentation from three of the trustees at the Blue Greens Forum. The Trust Deed was signed and Trust established by the Associate Minister of Conservation Hon.
Hawke’s Bay United took an important ASB Premiership victory over 10-man Team Wellington on Sunday, recording a 2-0 win to move second in the standings.
Tom Hubbard repeated his 2013 effort to win the elite race of the opening round of the Calder Stewart Series, the Kings Electrical Hanmer to Kaikoura Classic today.
MÄori Development Minister Te Ururoa Flavell has welcomed a new reo MÄori strategy launched by Tainui today.
"We are sickened, upset, angry and frustrated that 12 innocent children’s lives have been torn apart. As the law stands, we think our current legislation sanctions this horrific child abuse." Victim Advocates
The $375 million plus Kiwifruit Claim against the government will be heard after 1 June 2017, the High Court at Wellington has ordered.
A group of kung fu fighting monks is to perform a free concert in Hastings on Wednesday 11 March.
One year on from having the beautiful lagoon added to the list of UNESCO World Heritage Sites, New Caledonia Tourism is celebrating with their list of the top ten things to do to best enjoy the area.
Severe Tropical Cyclone Winston remains a monster Category 5 storm and latest modelling keeps the path of the storm directly between Fiji's two main islands.
Authorities in Fiji, which have been monitoring this storm for almost two weeks, have stepped up their warnings.
Emma Twigg once again proved the cream of the domestic women’s single sculling scene as the 2014 world champion claimed her seventh national premier title in her speciality event.
Auckland Police are investigating a suspicious item which was left in a chilli bin in Mission Bay reserve this morning which resulted in Tamaki Drive being closed for three hours.
Olympic champion Mahe Drysdale (Auckland RPC) lit up the morning of the final day of the 2016 Bankstream New Zealand Rowing Championships with a trademark performance to secure his ninth national title in the men’s premier single sculls.
WaiBOP United marked their final ever home game in the ASB Premiership with an entertaining 4-2 victory over the Wellington Phoenix at Mt Maunganui’s Links Avenue on Saturday.
Up to 100,000 New Zealanders, who moved across the ditch and earn a salary of about $58,000 (NZD), could be eligible to get a Special Category Visa.
New Zealand’s rivers and lakes should be swimmable and central Government needs to hurry up to enable it, the Green Party said today.
The National Government’s ‘Next steps for fresh water’ consultation document was released today and is calling for public submissions.