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Ever feel you missed out on something, eating the Kiwi Christmas luncheon in searing heat? Then experience a uniquely Northern European Christmas banquet when it's the right temperature this winter at Heritage Auckland.
Trade Minister Todd McClay has welcomed the progress made towards finalising a landmark trade and development agreement for the Pacific region.
Patients around New Zealand are being forced to wash and reuse catheters because they are being supplied with only half the number they need, says New Zealand First.
Local people should have been given the chance to decide at the forthcoming local body elections whether they wanted shops open on Easter Sunday, says New Zealand First.
Winds are now confirmed at 140km/h (hurricane force) and above on the Manukau Heads just west of Auckland International Airport, with winds gusting over 100km/h in Auckland City says WeatherWatch.co.nz.
Police can now release the name of the pedestrian who was killed after being struck by a car in Rolleston yesterday morning.
He was 48 year-old Todd Jackson, a New Zealander who was currently living in Queensland.
Gales are now gusting 90 to 120km/h across parts of Auckland with one unconfirmed report coming in to WeatherWatch.co.nz of 138km/h on the Manukau Heads, which is possible.
A new push to encourage dog owners to register their pets has been launched by New Plymouth District Council.
As part of the effort, the date for penalties for non-payment of the registration fee has been pushed back two months to the start of November.
The first electric cars will be available for sale to the New Zealand public from July 2011 at designated Mitsubishi Motors dealers.
Vicki Harman’s first-hand experience of leukaemia has motivated her to shave off her long golden locks later this month.
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.
Police have today spoken to the man who was reported to have offered a 9 year-old girl a ride in a car outside her school in Peterhead Avenue, Flaxmere yesterday.
The quality of teaching staff is significantly more important than a school’s resources; class size, or management in determining the education outcomes of our children, according to a new study.
One low should cross the North Island overnight Thursday while a second low should cross central New Zealand Friday night. An associated band of heavy rain has cleared Northland, Auckland,Waikato and the Coromandel Peninsula and the watch for heavy rain in these areas is now lifted.
It’s time to recognise our region’s sports achievers with nominations now open for this year’s Ray White 2016 Whanganui Sports Awards, being held on Friday, 18 November.
The New Zealand Post Group has reported a net profit after tax (NPAT) of $141 million for the year ended June 2016 confirming a steady year-on-year financial performance for the Group overall.
There are four vacancies on the Board of Snow Sports NZ as a result of the terms of office expiring for Hetty Van Hale, Des Brennan and Tony Hannon plus the vacancy resulting from the resignation of James Hadley; two of these vacancies are for Elected Board Member positions, two are for Appointed
The majority of New Zealanders believe that advertising to children is unethical and that television advertising to pre-schoolers should be banned, new University of Otago research suggests.