Taxpayers could be saddled with a huge legal bill as John Key defends himself over his teapot tapes comments, says New Zealand First.
Motor vehicle Crash Emergency services are currently attending a serious crash at Glentui in the Waimakariri District where a car has collided with a power pole.
The crash occurred at around 6.00pm this evening on O'Hallorans Road Glentui.
The SKYCITY Breakers return from Sydney this afternoon, safe in the knowledge of a hard earned 97-85 win picked up against the Kings last night, but wary of the medical report that will follow in the days ahead with three players picking up injuries in a fierce contest.
Associate Education Minister Nikki Kaye confirmed today that $23.5 million of funding has been approved towards the second stage of redevelopment of Southern Cross Campus.
Southern Cross is a decile 1, co-ed state school for years 1 to 13 in MÄngere, Auckland.
The Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) is worried that there may be holidaymakers headed to the Bay of Plenty area hoping for a feed of shellfish who are not aware of the high risk of getting paralytic shellfish poisoning.
Topcare, the Early Childhood Learning specialist, has opened a new centre providing pre-school care and education for children age two - five years of age at state of the art premises in Portage Road, Papatoetoe, South Auckland.
Primary Industries Minister Nathan Guy has announced three new members of the Primary Growth Partnership’s independent Investment Advisory Panel (IAP).
Toxic algae has been found in parts of the Waipoua River, near Masterton, prompting authorities to warn dog owners to keep their dogs on the lead and people to take care.
The Nelson Marlborough Falcons claimed the ASB Youth League crown on Sunday in a thrilling last day of competition around the country.
Thousands of Kiwis are partaking in the annual trading of unwanted gifts on Trade Me today, as New Zealanders look to sell presents they never wanted, received two of, or didn’t fit.
Emirates will round off 2014 as the airline with the world’s largest wide-body passenger fleet of 218 aircraft, in addition to 14 freighters.
A front over the Tasman Sea is expected to move over the lower South Island during Saturday. A strong, moist north to northwest flow ahead of the front is forecast to bring a period of heavy rain to Fiordland and Westland.
A heavy rain WARNING is in force for Westland.
Statement from Detective Senior Sergeant John van den Heuvel, the officer in charge of Operation Leo
A tangi for murdered man Bruce Coker’s was held on TakapÅ«wÄhia Marae this-morning and many emotional farewells were said.
Emergency Services are in attendance at a collision which has left one person dead on State Highway 2, Whakamarama. The male driver of a rental vehicle, travelling in southbound direction towards Tauranga, was killed after his vehicle crossed the centreline and struck a northbound vehicle.
Emergency Services are in attendance at a collision which has left one person dead on State Highway 2, Whakamarama.
The head-on collision occurred at about 2:15pm on SH2 near Gill Lane, Whakamarama.
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