Wellington, May 14 NZPA - The Manawatu Jets recorded just their third win of the National Basketball League with a narrow 83-81 win over the Auckland Stars at ASB Stadium in Auckland tonight.
More than 200 invited guests attended the official opening in Whanganui last night ( Friday June 24) of a unique exhibition - Revealed - featuring a selection of recently uncovered art works from the 97-year-old Sarjeant Gallery Te Whare o Rehua Whanganui.
New Zealand First is pushing hard for Closer Commonwealth Economic Relations (CCER) with the United Kingdom to be New Zealand’s number one trade priority.
A hat-trick from former New Zealand U-17 player Dylan Stansfield has seen East Coast Bays knock out the defending champions Eastern Suburbs in round three of the Chatham Cup today.
…But you can’t take Auckland out of The Jaffa.
So I seem to be gaining a reputation as the Auckland Blogger from Hell.
Case in point, very narcissistically I asked a friend lately if she read my blogs.
Auckland Airport has welcomed its 23rd international airline this morning, with the arrival of the inaugural American Airlines daily flight between Los Angeles and Auckland.
"The maritime industry is indispensable to New Zealand," Director of Maritime New Zealand, Keith Manch said today.
"At least 97 percent of our trade is transported by sea - it is the crucial lifeline for our economy and way of life.
Kiwi newlyweds Ashleigh and Louis Davis have appeared on an American breakfast television show, Great Day Live! after a wedding day photo snapped outside KFC Whangarei went viral.
Having a few beers with the boys is already a winning combo, but imagine if that quick catch-up at the local pub ended up bagging you a $500,000 Lotto win?
A runway upgrade at Kaitaia Airport and improvements to waterfront facilities at Mangonui and Russell are among capital works planned by the Far North District Council in 2016/17.
Trade Minister Todd McClay says he is seeking meetings with trade ministers from the United Kingdom (UK) and the European Union (EU) to discuss the UK’s decision to leave the EU.
Council funding for community projects in the Far North will rise by 25% to $357,176 in 2016/17.
The search for affordable and community-supported improvements to water supplies at Te Kao and Opononi-Omapere will continue.
Crown solicitors have vented their frustration with funding cuts for prosecutions, including reporting they can be paid more to prosecute dog owners than murderers, says Labour’s Shadow Attorney-General David Parker.
Louise Upston must say if she knew Intueri was being prosecuted for the death of a student and under a funding investigation when she approved its overseas investment consent to buy another education provider, says Labour’s Land Information and Associate Education (Tertiary) spokesperson David
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‘The idea that Britain cannot survive or thrive outside of the EU is nonsense’ says ex-pat Kiwi.
Nothing changes for New Zealanders for now: British High Commissioner to New Zealand Jonathan Sinclair
Associate Education Minister Nikki Kaye today announced that around $14.5 million has been approved for the redevelopment of Clayton Park School in Auckland.