Exorbitant inspection quotes for those that serve food in early childhood services are coming through to early childhood education association, Te Rito Maioha Early Childhood New Zealand (ECNZ).
A professor who helped the Melbourne Business School become an international leader in finding new ways to solve entrenched social problems is to be Victoria University of Wellington’s new Pro Vice-Chancellor and Dean of Commerce of the Victoria Business School.
The Sileni Estate Selection ‘Plateau’ Pinot Noir will be served to British Airways first class customers. The wine is now available in international first class cabins on routes across Asia and the Pacific.
Choice Hotels Asia-Pac, one of Australasia’s largest hotel franchise groups, has just announced the appointment of new Development Manager Liz Galea in response to soaring tourism growth over the past 12 months, both in New Zealand and abroad.
Paula Bennett may only have a day in the role of Acting Prime Minister, but the Public Service Association Te PÅ«kenga Here Tikanga Mahi is urging her to do something good for all Kiwi women.
Sales of New Zealand chilled venison are growing, boosting returns to New Zealand deer farmers, even though overall venison production is down.
Detecting and removing a piece of lego and toy battery from a 10-year-old boy’s ear, that had likely been there for years, and getting him into the system for ongoing ear treatment is a stand out case for a mobile health clinic, which is about to expand to help more vulnerable children living i
Chapman Tripp is pleased to announce former partner Michael Jonas has returned to the firm. Michael joined the banking and finance practice as a consultant yesterday (25 October).
Emirates and South American airline GOL Linhas Aéreas Inteligentes S.A. have announced a new codeshare and frequent flyer programme partnership.
Enter to win 1 of 50 tubs of ice cream from Ben & Jerry's.
The results of the first New Zealand survey of members of Alcoholics Anonymous since 2004 have been published to mark the Fellowship’s 2016 AA Awareness Week.
Work has begun in earnest on Christchurch's new Central Library, with the first concrete pour for the foundations taking place this morning.
The waiting is over. The whites are pressed and ready, boxes of shiny new red Kookaburras have been delivered to the grounds and, for the country’s best cricketers, summer is here at last.
The fifth annual Chinese International Travel Monitor released by Hotels.com has revealed Chinese travellers continue to take the world by storm, with 92 percent planning to increase or maintain spending on travel in the next 12 months.
Big Boys Toys 2016 is lining up to be a stellar weekend of high energy, death-defying, stunts and amazing autos, packed into three big days this October 28th-30th at Auckland’s ASB Showgrounds.
A man has died following a vehicle crash on SH1 Towai, Northland this morning.
Police were called to the crash just after midnight where the vehicle left the road hitting a tree.
There were two people in the vehicle.
EIT staffers did their bit to 'Move the Planet' on Friday, forsaking fossil fuels to walk and bike to work.
With bills to pay and a range of costs increasing, it’s not unexpected that we have to look at what we spend and limit where we spend it.