Auckland City FC player Takuya Iwata has donated 14 boxes of football gear to Nasinu Primary School just outside of Suva, Fiji, today.
Few games in the Vodafone Warriors’ history have had a greater sense of occasion than tomorrow’s NRL clash against the Gold Coast Titans at Mount Smart Stadium (1.45pm kick-off; game day sponsor: Canterbury of New Zealand).
The union representing mental health workers at Waikato DHB, The Public Service Association (PSA), is concerned over the poor process as the DHB tries to push through dangerous changes to the rostering of the Henry Bennett Centre.
Fashion designer Steve Hall has been presented with the International Emerging Designer Award at iD Fashion Week in Dunedin. It sees him join a growing list of successful students to have studied fashion design at Massey’s College of Creative Arts.
This weekend on The Nation… a six-hour Anzac special beginning 5.50am, hosted by Lisa Owen and Hamish Clark and featuring coverage from around New Zealand, Australia, and Turkey.
Central Districts Cricket Association Chief Executive Neil Hood has resigned from his position, effective immediately.
Mr Hood, who was appointed to the role midway through last year, has stepped down for personal reasons.
In a first for New Zealand, the Green Party is giving the public a unique chance to be more involved in Parliament’s question time by having their own question on climate change asked of the Government.
The Royal New Zealand Navy will be representing New Zealand around the world this Anzac Day. Our ships will be at locations as far away as Gallipoli, at sea or in their New Zealand home ports. The ships’ crews are planning to attend many services to mark this centenary commemoration.
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Anyone who has picked up a set of financial statements will know how complex they are, and this is not helped by the sheer volume of disclosures they contain. Some of the mandatory disclosures in financial statements cloud the really useful information.
The Institute of Chartered Accountants of Scotland (ICAS) and the New Zealand Institute of Chartered Accountants (NZICA) have launched a project with the aim of reducing the volume of disclosure requirements in International Financial Reporting Standards (IFRS).
When NZAID Commonwealth scholar and former Programme Officer with the Caribbean Disaster Emergency Management Agency Roche Mahon came to Lincoln University from Trinidad and Tobago to do her PhD she wanted a ‘big experience’.
It turned out that she came to the right place.
A MAMAgram - is that like a Strip-a-gram? Radio adverts playing on The Hits and Coast around Waikato at the moment pose that interesting question. The answer? Well….no.
Following the recent earthquake near St Arnaud, all rail services from Picton to Christchurch, and Christchurch to Arthur’s Pass have been suspended pending safety checks to track and infrastructure.
Today is #SauvBlanc Day, where wine lovers around the globe toast to Sauvignon Blanc - the crisp, refreshing, zingy drop that has taken the world by storm - and accounts for New Zealand exports worth over $1 billion annually.
A joint project between Pehiaweri Marae and NorthTec is set to benefit the Tikipunga and Northland community and could spark a generation of digital entrepreneurs.
Council’s Long-Term Plan (LTP) Consultation Document has been adopted today, and will be available for the public to view and submit on starting tomorrow.
A broad complex trough is expected to slowly pass east over the country this ANZAC weekend. A band of heavy rain and northerly gales precede this trough, affecting the South Island late Saturday and Sunday, then the North Island on Monday.
The difference between how Australia and New Zealand look at Anzac Day could be borne out of the fact that New Zealand, unlike Australia, had sent men to fight overseas as representatives of the country before Gallipoli, a visiting expert to University of Canterbury says.