Less than two weeks remain before the Pearl Izumi Taupo Half Ironman on December 12, 2009 and organisers are gearing for one of their largest years ever!
New Zealand's sire ranks have been responsible for numerous champions throughout the years and progeny of these stallions have been the subject of increasing international demand at New Zealand Bloodstock's National Yearling Sales Series.
Qantas Women's Sevens coach Chris Lane has named his squad of 12 for the Oceania Women's Sevens Championships taking place in Lautoka, Fiji, on Friday 3 and Saturday 4 August.
Environment Minister Amy Adams and Conservation Minister Dr Nick Smith have today announced the appointment of eight board members to the Auckland Unitary Plan hearings panel.
Multilevel knowledge, working out which Big Data skills are actually needed and increased demand for skills in response to ultra-fast broadband and rising construction and residential property activity are among the top talent trends that will shape New Zealand’s recruitment landscape in 2014,
Rotorua residents have until the end of the day on Monday (16 December) to give the mayor and councillors feedback on their proposed new vision for the district.
Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Minister Gerry Brownlee has announced an extension for consideration of the Crown’s offer for eligible property owners in the Port Hills residential red zone.
Patrick Lee-Lo, president of Building Services Contractors New Zealand (BSC), has warned that cleaning industry workers will be more vulnerable following recommended changes to Part 6A of the Employment Relations Act.
Police will use their annual Operation Unite campaign to educate the public on the introduction of the Sale and Supply of Alcohol Act (SASAA).
As promised in its recently announced commitment to help get Kiwi teens active, Coca-Cola New Zealand today will introduce Move60, an overarching initiative designed to motivate Kiwis to be active for 60 minutes a day.
Wellington’s Jake Whitaker is a fast learner ... and a teacher too.
Following the release of their chart-topping self-titled debut album, SOL3 MIO are delighted to announce their first extensive national tour for March 2014.
CURRENCY: New Zealand consumer confidence should not contradict NZD strength this afternoon. There is little scheduled data tonight to drive markets and we expect relatively muted ranges.
If you’re a musician and can blend old and new, here’s an opportunity for you.
University of Canterbury (UC) researchers have found that conservation efforts in the 1980s to save a critically endangered New Zealand bird inadvertently risked compromising the long-term viability of the species.
Tauranga-based iwi Ngai Te Rangi have reached a milestone in their Treaty of Waitangi settlement negotiations with the Crown.
The Coastal Coalition has launched a Citizens Initiated Referendum (CIR) asking Parliament to repeal the recently passed Marine and Coastal Area (Takutai Moana) Act 2011, and replace it with legislation that restores Crown ownership of the foreshore and seabed.
Businesses must cater to the increasing needs, desires and purchasing power of Gen Y Kiwis, driven by sustainability concerns according to a new Colmar Brunton survey.
At around 10.12am this morning Police were called to a crash at the intersection of State Highway 16 and Joyce Adams Place in Waimauku.
A car has collided with a freight train on a level crossing. As a result the 73 year-old driver of the car died at the scene.
The Public Service Association says a report into the leak of confidential Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade cabinet papers serves to underline how badly-handled the MFAT restructure was.
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