A first-half blast ensured the home side Te WÄnanga O Raukawa Pulse could repel a late charge from the SKYCITY Mystics, winning 47-43, in Wellington tonight.
It was another defenders’ picnic, with the defensive line-up of both teams making the most of the much-hyped clash.
The centenary of the World War One battles at Passchendale and Messines will provide a theme for this year’s ANZAC Day services in Hamilton.
Beck’s has made beer an art form in more ways than one for quite some time. Now, New Zealand Beck’s drinkers can enjoy the masterpiece that is a Beck’s brew, from a bottle that’s just as artistic.
Majuro, Marshall Islands: Real or near-real time management of Pacific purse seine tuna fisheries is now possible for the first time in history, changing the game for fisheries management.
Treating elderly people in long-term care facilities with respect and dignity significantly increases their quality of life, according to new research from Massey University, in partnership with Metlifecare.
The New Zealand Psychological Society is holding its inaugural Psychology Week 9-15 November. The theme of this week is "living life well".
REINZ, the most up to date source of real estate data in New Zealand, announced today that there were 5,763 dwelling sales in the month of June, down 6.3% on June 2013 and down 12.3% compared to May.
The support of seven city and district councils in the Horizons region played a key role in the decision to award a multi-year contract to host the New Zealand Grand Prix to Manfeild Circuit Chris Amon.
World Masters Games 2017 athletes will also have a chance to seek out business opportunities while in Auckland
Soon-to-be mums are missing out on key nutrients by not following current recommendations about what to eat during pregnancy, amplifying conditions such as iron deficiency anaemia.
People in Lower Hutt who normally receive unchlorinated drinking water may notice a slight smell and taste of chlorine in their water from this afternoon.
Ken Allen, long-serving Wellington Phoenix volunteer and Sport Wellington’s Volunteer Strategy Senior Advisor, was presented with the "Volunteer of the Year" award at the Phoenix end of season awards last week.
An energetic Auckland pilates instructor has leapt to the head of the tech sector by being recognised as one of New Zealand’s top 100 chief information officers (CIOs) in the latest CIO100 list.
A record turnout of Toyota’s, from 1960’s classics to brand new 2017 models, and their passionate owners converged on the Hampton Downs race track in the northern Waikato for this year’s Toyota Festival.
The Broadcasting Standards Authority (BSA) has upheld a complaint that TVNZ failed to take appropriate action, following a fairness complaint from a woman featured on Seven Sharp.
University of Canterbury (UC) research is paving the way towards improved accuracy in risk assessment and better informed treatment approaches to ultimately contribute to reducing harmful sexual behaviour in the community.
"A great motorsport victory - not simply for our circuit but for the entire lower North Island, a tribute to the incredible and unsurpassed regional backing given our bid."
Meet Marcel van de Steeg. Writing software applications is all in a day’s work for this clever software developer.
Around 50 year 12 and 13 Pasifika Health Science Academy (HSA) students spent time at Massey University’s Auckland campus exploring health careers and getting hands-on experience as part of the first Health Alliance Day.