A hearing into Waikato District Council’s annual Speed Limit Bylaw review has been adjourned until further notice.
At this month’s Policy and Regulatory committee meeting, Councillors had 23 submissions to consider relating to 16 proposed speed limit amendments across the district.
Autumn in Wellington means it’s time to bust out your big coat, wind a scarf around your neck, hop on a trolley bus, and head to The Food Show Wellington at the Westpac Stadium from 9 to 11 May 2014.
The ACC Minister needs to front up and explain what, if any, changes she has made to the broken culture of ACC rather than denying that she has any part to play in the dysfunction of her Ministry, the Green Party said today.
Schools will be appalled to learn Education Minister Hekia Parata knew since January that hundreds of exam booklets had been returned to the wrong students but said nothing about it, Labour’s Education Spokesperson Chris Hipkins says.
The Waikato Mayoral Forum says it has established a very robust process for making efficiency improvements in the way councils operate and for gathering information to help inform discussions on local government in the region.
Wanted - your feedback on a new Waikato District Council Water Supply Bylaw which will combine the former Franklin County and existing Waikato district water supply bylaws.
Aucklanders looking for quality, good value food and coffee now have more options than ever before. On Thursday 17 April, The Coffee Club New Zealand will open the doors to The Coffee Club Mission Bay.
Out of the classroom and onto the stage - it’s the big motivational promise that Smokefreerockquest has been offering to young Kiwi musos for the last 26 years, matched for the last decade by its ‘sister’ event Smokefree Pacifica Beats.
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge enjoyed adrenalin thrills and breathtaking spins on Queenstown’s Shotover Jet today (Sunday April 13) on a trip renowned as ‘The world’s most exciting jet boat ride’.
Police have located American tourist Bob Kuhmann who had sparked a missing persons investigation after failing to arrive at booked accommodation on the West Coast.
Mr Kuhmann is safe and well in Queenstown, having changed his intentions without informing others.
An intense low of tropical origin should become slow-moving over the Tasman Sea to the west of New Zealand on Thursday, then move southeast across the southern South Island on Sunday. This is likely to bring gale east to northeast winds and moderate to heavy rain to many areas.
With the Hawke’s Bay Regional Council actively promoting the Ruataniwha dam scheme and the Government suppressing important information on its potential impacts, it is not surprising that the Ministerially appointed panel has agreed to it the scheme, the Green Party said today.
Around 80 percent of home computer users who admit that they don’t take measures to protect their online security cite laziness as the reason, a PhD study from Victoria University of Wellington has found.
A claim by Minister of Finance Bill English that average wages will climb by $7,500 over the next four years is a cynical promise of jam tomorrow by a government whose record on wage growth is atrocious, Labour spokesperson on labour issues Andrew Little says.
Associate Health Minister Jo Goodhew has welcomed the launch of a new campaign which encourages people to check if they have been immunised against measles.
The Ruataniwha dam decision released today has protected the Tukituki River and dashed the Government’s hope of the "one nutrient model" (TRIM) being adopted nationwide, says Labour’s Conservation spokesperson Ruth Dyson.
The results from last night’s election for Wellington City Council’s Pacific Advisory Group have now been finalised.
Canoe Racing New Zealand (CRNZ) is poised to join the growing high performance hub in the Waikato’s Waipa district by establishing a new High Performance Training Centre (HPTC) on the shores of Lake Karapiro, near Cambridge.
Primary Industries Minister Nathan Guy has welcomed the latest round of projects receiving funding from the Sustainable Farming Fund (SFF), covering a range of issues from water quality to climate change.
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