Judith Collins’ backbench machinations in "her" caucus are putting workers’ lives at risk, the Green Party said.
The Men’s U-17 side continued their build-up to the FIFA U-17 World Cup in Doha this week with two defeats against Qatar and Croatia.
Affordable Auckland Mayoral candidate Stephen Berry reckons it isn’t hard to discover a constant stream of projects wasting Auckland ratepayer’s money. The most recent one is the attempt to be awarded the Lee Kuan Yew World City Prize.
The PSA welcomes Hawke’s Bay District Health Board’s decision to reject Health Benefits Limited’s proposal to outsource food services to multi-national company Compass Group.
Spark New Zealand announced today it has deployed 4G to its 150th mobile site over the 700MHz radio spectrum on its Hangatiki site, marking a key milestone for customers in the Waikato region where trials of the 700MHz spectrum began just over 12-months ago.
BusinessNZ says Parliament is missing another opportunity to fix the Resource Management Act.
Christchurch Police are treating the death of a teenage girl in a house fire yesterday as a homicide.
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Ning, the network of social networks that boasted 20 million visitors a month, has announced massive staff cutbacks and a complete end to free services for its users. So the bell tolls once again for the end of free Web 2.0 services.
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).
A Bill that cracks down on organised crime and corruption has passed its second reading in Parliament today.
Youthline Wellington’s Annual Street Appeal is on this Friday 29th May 2015. There will be collectors throughout the Wellington region from 7am until 6pm.
Emergency services were called to an incident at the Orakei Railway station this evening at about 6.30pm.
A male in his 20's was seen jumping a fence and running across the tracks in front of a moving train.
On World Day for Health and Safety at Work, the Institute of Directors is encouraging directors to prepare for the incoming Health and Safety Reform Bill.
Whitireia Faculty of Health dean appointed to expert advisory group Whitireia Faculty of Health Dean Dr Kathryn Holloway has been appointed to the Expert Advisory Group assisting the Ministry of Health in the development of a draft refresh of the New Zealand Health Strategy.
Fieldays Innovation Accelerator has reached capacity and organisers are looking forward to working with Fieldays’ innovation success stories when the gates open on 10 June.
Deaf Aotearoa are thrilled with the announcement that NZ On Air will be providing additional funding for captioning on TV One, TV2, TV3 and FOUR.