Police can now confirm that the bone has been handed in to the Timaru Police Station yesterday is a human bone.
Police will now be looking to try and identify who the bone belongs to.
Emergency services attended a school bus incident near Ahuroa School in Makarau, north Auckland around 9am this morning.
School children were boarding the bus when it started to roll across the road before coming to a stop.
‘Gambling harm can happen to anyone’ is just one of the messages the Problem Gambling Foundation (PGF) hopes people will take away from the New Zealand premiere of Broke the movie.
More double decker buses are about to hit the roads and that means more seats on busy routes.
This Sunday 29 May, the new larger buses will start operating along Mount Eden Road on the 277 route Waikowhai to the city return and the 274 route Three Kings to the city return.
After a significant pre-season snowfall early this week, Cardrona Alpine Resort is on track to have all trails open by Opening Day. With the current snow base, cold temperatures, snowmaking and grooming capabilites, all guns are blazing for the resort to open to the public on June 11.
Budget 2016 is National’s eighth Budget to ignore New Zealand’s largest fiscal problem, says ACT Leader David Seymour.
The Auckland North community gathered at Massey University’s Albany campus last night to commit to becoming a world-class innovation hub.
According to the 2016 Digital Readiness Study, leading New Zealand organisations are taking digital seriously and integrating the different aspects into their organisations.
Arvida Group Limited (NZX:ARV) today announced a strong result for the year ending 31 March 2016, that was ahead of profit forecasts set out in the IPO prospectus dated 17 November 2014.
The Public Service Association is calling on Finance Minister Bill English to deliver a Budget which will properly fund public services - and properly value the people that deliver them.
This glimpse of the future was crafted by: Abbas Jamie
New Zealand captains of industry Mike Hutcheson, Mike Pero and Kim Campbell shared significant business insight and interesting personal life experience during the PrintNZ Forum at SkyCity on May 13.
Give an art student a phone and they will create a series of winning photographs, which is exactly what Jodie Salmond did.
Global natural health products company Comvita (NZX:CVT) and Putake Group Limited (Putake), a Blenheim-based apiary management business, today announced their agreement to form a 50:50 joint venture (JV), Putake Group Holdings Limited.
Half of all KiwiSaver members think they know how much money they will need to get by in retirement, but three-quarters have no idea how much they will actually have, new research from Kiwi Wealth shows.
The Minister for Social Housing Paula Bennett wants to resettle Auckland’s homeless to jobless towns like Huntly, Ngaruawahia, Lower Hutt and Palmerston North, says New Zealand First.
The Green Party is hoping National’s eighth budget today will address the great challenges of our time, and not just be another exercise in papering over the cracks in New Zealand society, economy and the environment.
Horowhenua District Council has confirmed its participation in the Local Government New Zealand (LGNZ) Vote2016 campaign to increase nationwide voter participation in the October local elections to more than 50 per cent.
The budget could have doubled the new funding allocated to health and education and provided $1 billion for social housing if Bill English had attacked the $4.5 Billion in annual wasted spending, according to Democrats for Social Credit Deputy Leader and Finance Spokesperson, Chris Leitch.
Ara Taiohi, peak body for youth development, is calling on the government to prioritise spending on all young people in the 2016 budget.