One of the creative forces behind successful television sitcoms Two and a Half Men and The Big Bang Theory will soon be winging his way to New Zealand.
The Government will invest an extra $5.6 million in operating spending over the next four years to help newly arrived quota refugees during their first 12 months in New Zealand, Immigration Minister Michael Woodhouse says.
Demands placed on the Historic Claims Unit are leading to a drawn out, and potentially distressing, process of redress for victims of historic abuse, Labour’s Children’s spokesperson Jacinda Ardern says.
New Zealand must become more multi-lingual to reflect its increasingly multi-cultural character, says Labour’s Spokesperson on Ethnic Affairs Phil Goff.
Auckland residents will be gathering for a candlelight vigil outside John Key’s Parnell house today.
A goat hunter was frown from the Taumarunui back country to Waikato Hospital with a badly broken lower leg after he fell in steep country The helicopter had to drop personal off on a ridge then used a rescue strop to fly him off the hill
The Green Party has released a strong party list for the 2014 election that balances proven leadership and experience with fresh new faces.
Dimension Data will be the first public cloud service provider in New Zealand to offer its clients both global and local cloud solutions, today announcing the addition of an Auckland-based Managed Cloud Platform (MCP), set to launch in the 4th quarter this year.
Right to Life calls on the New Zealand Government to petition the Sudanese Government to immediately release Mariam Ibrahim from imprisonment.
A rare Wellington performance by experimental rock group Eye, featuring influential underground musicians, Peter Stapleton, Peter Porteous and Jon Chapman will launch the exhibition ‘what is a life?’ by Kim Pieters at the Adam Art Gallery on Tuesday 27 May.
Field crews are battling high winds as they make repairs to parts of Powerco's electricity network in Wairarapa and Tararua.
The wind is making it difficult to access the damaged network in Tararua to make repairs.
Work is underway clearing the slips at the Arthur’s Pass and Haast Pass which closed the two state highways yesterday.
Safety at the Port of Lyttelton needs serious attention following the second death in two months, the Rail and Maritime Transport Union said today.
In a move described as "a perfect fit" with its Mad Butcher business, Veritas Investments Limited (NZX:VIL) has acquired a 50 per cent shareholding and joint venture interest in Kiwi Pacific Foods Limited.
Film New Zealand is delighted to announce Z for Zachariah, a film being produced by Hollywood star Tobey Maguire, and his production company Material Pictures along with Palomar Pictures and Zik Zak Filmworks, is being filmed in New Zealand.
Auckland Mayor Len Brown is the victim of a nasty political war that will only heat up as the 2014 General Election approaches.
Auckland Council Electoral Officer and Public Information Officer Bruce Thomas has confirmed with Auckland Councillor Cameron Brewer today that while he did not file a full "Register of Members’ Interests" annual statement by 30 June 2012, Brewer’s much criticised four-day sponsored trip to A
Burglars wouldn’t be on your Christmas present list so don’t let them help themselves to your gifts.
The joy of receiving the latest hi-tech gadget you’ve been dreaming of all year could be short lived if you don’t take some basic crime prevention measures.
This weekend one of New Zealand’s most well-loved fundraising events, World Vision’s 40 Hour Famine, is celebrating the big 40. More than 130,000 Kiwis will go without for the 40th time since the event started in 1975.
She has done it again! Real estate phenomenon Matty Ma has been crowned the top sales consultant in New Zealand for the second year in a row.
Matty received her accolade at the 2014 Harcourts National Awards held this week at the Viaduct Events Centre in Auckland.
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