The union for New Zealand journalists stands in solidarity with the victims of the attack on Charlie Hebdo newspaper in Paris.
While the recent second consecutive price recovery in global dairy prices is welcome, New Zealand’s exporters are being crucified by a strong dollar due to the government’s economic mismanagement.
Waltham Lido Pool is reopening on Saturday 17 January, with a Welcome Back Waltham pool party on Sunday 18 January.
Associate Minister of Conservation, Hon Nicky Wagner today encouraged New Zealanders passionate about conservation to seek nomination for conservation boards, before nominations close on 20 January.
New Zealand First has found that in some District Health Boards New Zealanders have more chance of winning Instant Kiwi than getting surgery.
The Labour Party adds its voice to the international condemnation of today’s shocking attack on freedom of speech in Paris, Leader Andrew Little says.
Want to hop, skip and jump, or pass it not kick it in Waikato District’s sport parks.
New Zealand’s petrol retailers and importers must start passing on savings to Kiwis motorists following the dramatic drop in the price of crude oil, Labour’s Energy Spokesman Stuart Nash says.
Prime Minister John Key has strongly condemned the violent attack on the offices of the Charlie Hebdo newspaper in Paris.
"This horrific attack has reportedly left 12 people dead and others fighting for their lives," Mr Key says.
New Zealanders deserve an equal opportunity with Australians in the fight against bowel cancer.
With the massive increase in 2014/15 summer holiday road toll, New Zealand First is not only concerned the Police Minister is missing in action, but we believe the time has come to separate traffic enforcement from general policing.
The Government must ensure foreign investors uphold their commitment to add value to sensitive New Zealand assets- they purchase, after new figures show National has declined just 1.5 per cent of all applications, Labour’s Land Information spokesperson Stuart Nash says.
The old nursery rhyme 'The Grand Old Duke of York' recounts how an early Duke of York, Prince Frederick, led a disastrous military campaign in the early 19th century against another European army.
Here's my review of the year just done and dusted, 2014. Many commentators and journos have already assessed it as being a pretty dark year overall.
Nine of New Zealand’s District Health Boards look set to be big losers in next year’s funding round, Labour’s Health spokesperson Annette King says.
Treasury has advised the Government that District Health Boards need to trim almost $200 million from their 2015/16 budget.
New Zealand has a new number one! The Ford Ranger has knocked off the Toyota Hilux and become New Zealand’s new number one ute in the country.
Foreign Minister Murray McCully today welcomed New Zealand taking up its seat as a non-permanent member of the United Nations Security Council.
Associate Transport Minister Craig Foss is encouraging anyone travelling on the roads this summer to make safety a priority.
The provisional holiday road toll for 2014/15 is 17.
A significant number of hard working New Zealanders should take 10 minutes out of their holiday time to see if they are eligible for a tax refund, says Labour MP Stuart Nash.
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