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Auckland and the rest of the north of North Island went digital 1 December - but that doesn’t mean your old TV goes into landfill.
Labour’s housing spokesperson Phil Twyford is promoting a Bill that would restrict the ability of offshore speculators to buy residential property. The Bill has been placed in today’s Members’ ballot.
Following the publication of an article in a leading New Zealand newspaper earlier today in which it is alleged that a small number of former New Zealand cricketers had engaged in fixing activity in historic cricket matches and were being investigated by the ICC’s Anti-Corruption and Security U
A world-leading project to transform Christchurch into a smart city of the future and create opportunities for New Zealand’s tech sector is to receive support from Callaghan Innovation, the Government’s new High Tech HQ for business.
Labour has listened to frustrated Kiwis who are forced to renew their passports every five years and will introduce a 10-year system, Labour Leader David Cunliffe says.
Many of the almost one in six New Zealand SME owners who plan to borrow to build their business in the near future are "betting the house" on their success, according to the latest MYOB research.
Rt Hon Winston Peters says the $120 million drugs and property bust yesterday shows that Immigration New Zealand and its political masters have no idea they are bringing organised crime into the country.
At a meeting late today, workers at Unilever’s washing powder factory in Petone were told that their jobs will likely be gone and the factory will close by 2015, says the Engineering, Printing and Manufacturing Union.
Pukeko, kaka and gulls are the native bird species most likely to cause problems in New Zealand’s cities in the future, according to new research.
"Last night's Māori TV programme, 'Tamariki Ora - a New Beginning' was a defining moment for Māori," says Kim Workman, Families Commissioner, Ngati Kahungunu ki Wairarapa.
The programme deals with the issues of Māori family violence and child abuse.
The Government has to stop making excuses about its failure to address child poverty and actually start doing something to remedy it, Labour’s Children’s spokesperson Jacinda Ardern says.
Big Southland sprinter Eddie Dawkins showed his undoubted speed and courage to highlight the final day of the UCI track cycling World Cup in Manchester today.
In a late blast and flurry Big Day Out is excited to announce three new artists to the 2014 lineup.
So without any further ado…
The 40th Pacific Islands Forum held in Cairns, Australia , 4- 7 August has reaffirmed the need for more attention to be directed to the people with disabilities in the region and have expressed strong support for the holding of a Ministerial meeting to consider a Regional Disability Strategy.