Oamaru’s most visible attraction is its architectural heritage.
The New Zealand Racing Board welcomes the commitment of both the Government and Labour party to tackle the issue of offshore betting.
A Labour Government will shift the focus of the health system from narrow targets and short term thinking to make public health and prevention a priority, Labour’s health spokesperson Annette King says.
Health Minister Tony Ryall today announced Te Oranganui has been selected to lead a $2 million anti-obesity initiative in Wanganui which will help families improve their health.
Prime Minister John Key is stage managing the election campaign, snubbing his nose for the second time at an important political television debate.
New Zealanders want to know much more about what is going on behind the scenes, which is why Nicky Hager’s book is a sell-out, says New Zealand First Leader Rt Hon Winston Peters.
There is one valuable lesson from Nicky Hager’s book: that the age of party politics is passing for New Zealand and New Zealanders.
A high level six-member delegation from China’s Shanghai Municipal People’s Congress (SCSMPC) will be in Dunedin from 19 - 21 August to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Dunedin’s sister city relationship with Shanghai.
Conservation Minister Dr Nick Smith today announced funding of $800,000 for the Old Ghost Road cycle trail.
NgÄ PÅ« Waea, the National MÄori Broadband Working Group today hailed the Government’s announcement of a $30m MÄori ICT Fund as an exciting step towards enabling MÄori to play a pivotal role in the ICT sector.
Auckland Council is inviting applications for positions for the second term of the Disability Advisory Panel.
The panel provides advice to councillors on how council plans, policies, and strategies can impact on people with disabilities.
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It is well past time for John Key to take some responsibility for the misuse of power and information by his Minister Judith Collins, and follow through on his last warning to her, Labour MP Grant Robertson says.
The Hurunui-Waiau Zone Committee will meet in Amberley on Monday 16 June, 2014 for its monthly water management meeting.
The meeting will begin with an update from the Regional Committee before it goes on to discuss its meeting schedule for next year.
Waikato Regional Council has posted a very positive result for the last financial year, according to figures presented to yesterday’s finance committee meeting.
The latest stuff.co.nz / Ipsos political poll has National leading on 55% of the vote. Labour follows with 22.5% and Greens with 11.3%.
The poll places John Key as preferred Prime Minister at 54%, ahead of David Cunliffe on 12%. Overall the Government performance rating remains high.
DairyNZ has appointed David McCall to a new role of general manager of research and development as part of a plan to more closely integrate its research work with the products, tools, resources and services developed for farmers.
This campaign is bitter. People are burning effigies of the Prime Minister, holding Nuremberg-type rallies and destroying billboards.
But why is it bitter?
The Public Service Association (PSA) is deeply disturbed by allegations in Nicky Hager’s new book Dirty Politics that one of John Key’s staff helped blogger Cameron Slater to attack public servants questioning the disastrous restructuring at MFAT.
Vodafone has confirmed that its voluntary tender offer for security and telematics provider Cobra Automotive Technologies S.p.A. ("Cobra") was settled on 8 August 2014.
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