Wellington City would support economic zones to promote economic prosperity across New Zealand, says Wellington City Council Deputy Mayor Justin Lester.
The Green Party is challenging Prime Minister John Key to tell New Zealanders what his next step will be, following his failure, over the weekend to secure any meaningful concessions on Kiwis detained in Australia.
Canterbury Police can confirm that five members of the Wellington-based NZ Police Dive Squad are helping with the recovery phase of the SAR operation to locate the F.V. Jubilee and the missing crew today.
Aucklander Nick Cassidy has won the 2015 Japanese F3 Championship by winning the last two races at Sugo over the weekend.
Poor child heath: a way forward, recovery after stroke, osteoporosis, contemporary New Zealand artists in Berlin, and exercise as the medicine for sustainable health are among some of the topics being aired at the Centre for Continuing Education’s Spring Week on Campus.
She looks like a giant beagle. She isn’t, but she is the first harrier hound to work for the Ministry for Primary Industries as a biosecurity detector dog.
Speed of Light, three larger-than-life contemporary classics showcasing the energy, precision and charisma of the Royal New Zealand Ballet under the leadership of artistic director Francesco Ventriglia makes its Auckland Arts Festival debut in March 2016.
By Andy McGechan, www.BikesportNZ.com
All roads lead to the Bay of Plenty this weekend as the 2015-16 New Zealand motocross season kicks into life, with a 'tree-huggers versus show-ponies' element just to make things more interesting.
The government delivered a timid response instead of hard hitting, practical solutions to the country’s growing obesity rate, says New Zealand First.
Statistics Minister Craig Foss is celebrating World Statistics Day today with a new infographic explaining how better data leads to better lives for all New Zealanders.
Education Minister Hekia Parata’s decision to prioritise participation over quality has resulted in complaints about early childhood education centres soaring by 46 per cent in a year, Labour’s Education spokesperson Chris Hipkins says.
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