“Not a links, more like stratospheric Pebble Beach, high atop a windswept plateau some 500 feet above the sea. The 2004 design truly demonstrates the lay-of-the-land philosophy of architect Tom Doak…”
This morning Taupo's Greenlea Rescue helicopter was called at 0750 to a two car MVC south of Motutere on SH 1.
The Greenlea helicopter transported a man in his late teens to Waikato hospital.
He was suspected to have multiple broken bones and internal injuries.
National’s consideration of extending paid parental leave is weak, two years too late and shows they are running scared, Labour Leader David Cunliffe says.
Local New Zealand street artist, Kairau "HASER" Bradley, will be living inside a perspex box next week while creating a constantly changing art exhibition.
Burger King is pleased to show their support for the opening of the community built Greenwood Street Skate Park in Hamilton this Saturday 1st February.
Young New Zealanders will from next month be able to spend a year working, studying and holidaying in the Philippines, Foreign Affairs Minister Murray McCully announced today.
The International Cricket Council (ICC) today announced that the UAE’s Nasir Aziz has been warned against bowling doosras in international cricket following an ICC Analysis of his bowling action.
Internal Affairs Minister Peter Dunne says the deployment today of fire fighters to Australia underscores the close relationship and cooperation our two countries have when dealing with times of national adversity.
The latest United Nations report on climate change is yet another warning to the Government that it can’t continue to ignore reality, Labour's Climate Change spokesperson Moana Mackey says.
A major new report on climate change shows that New Zealand must play its part in reducing emissions yet the National Government continues to deny the problem even exists, the Green Party said today.
CentrePort needs to come clean about the use and release of the toxic gas Methyl Bromide, the Green Party said today.
Conservation Minister Dr Nick Smith today announced the Nature Heritage Fund has purchased of seven hectares of rare kahikatea forest on the Wairarapa Plains for $340,000.
The Waimakariri Zone Committee will meet in Rangiora on Monday (3 February) for its first monthly meeting of 2014 to address local water management issues.
Reclaiming our children’s birth right
The Maori Party is pleased that Teina Pora has been granted the opportunity to appeal his convictions at the Privy Council.
In 2013, Emirates’ advanced paint hangar completely stripped 21 aircraft (or nearly 10% of its fleet) of exterior paint and gave them a brand new coat.
SKYCITY Auckland has topped the 2014 Travelbug Awards announced today, ranking it as the country’s number one New Zealand accommodation provider based on popularity and guest reviews.
The Orari-Opihi-Pareora (OOP) Zone Committee will meet in Timaru on Monday 3 February for its first monthly meeting of the year to address water management issues in the zone.
Oceanbridge Sail Auckland 2014, sailed at the home club of Auckland’s disabled sailing programme, is about to play host to one of New Zealand’s biggest ever Paralympic Class fleets. Four 2.4mR, four SKUD 18 and two Sonars will take part in the regatta which kicks off tomorrow.
The Dunedin City Council’s Economic Development Unit and Dunedin Public Libraries are providing free and readily accessible advice for those with business ambitions - whether start-ups, currently operating or pondering a self-employment change.
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