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Associate Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Minister Nicky Wagner has welcomed the overwhelmingly positive response to the draft restoration plan for Victoria Square.
Northland DHB is paving the way for future healthcare by trialling a high-tech, potentially life-saving telemedicine system.
New Zealand’s most expensive white wine was bottled in Hawke’s Bay last week and anticipation is high amongst discerning wine consumers who have had to wait three years since the last vintage came to market.
The Green Party is calling on the Government to show leadership and work with the Southland community to develop an economic plan for a post-Tiwai Point aluminium smelter world.
Waitemata DHB (District Health Board) is set to almost double the number of medical teams at Waitakere Hospital, building on its programme of investment in services and facilities for West Auckland.
For New Zealanders, products and companies such as Toyota, Countdown, Nestlé, Spark and Colgate offer the best price-quality ratio (best value for money) on the New Zealand market.
Tim Groser should not let his personal stake in the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA) negotiations supersede the best interests of the New Zealand public, said the Green Party today.
Emirates’ A380 route network has been extended even further with the launch of a daily A380 flight to Madrid yesterday, the 35th international A380 destination on the airline’s network.
More than 100 cutting-edge Vector solar power and battery systems are being offered free to some of Auckland’s worthy individuals, families, community groups and state and state-integrated schools.
The Selwyn-Waihora Zone Committee will meet at 1pm on Tuesday, 4 August, at the Selwyn District Council offices.
Innovative use of biotechnology in the Palmerston North City Council’s wastewater system has been recognised with a silver award.
By Andy McGechan, www.BikesportNZ.com
New Zealand is potentially just two races away from having another motocross champion in Europe.
New Zealand and NZQA have taken a major step towards our future. For the first time NZQA now has a set of qualifications in creativity, a field in its own right.
The new NgÄpuhi settlement leadership formally met with the Minister for Treaty of Waitangi Negotiations, Hon Christopher Finlayson, in Auckland on Friday.
New Zealand shearing great David Fagan has bowed out of top international competition by reaching the final of the French Open Championship with son Jack.
The four-man final over 20 lambs each, shorn early today at Saissac dans l’Aude, was won by Ian Jones, of Llandrindod, Wales.
Pacific Peoples Minister Peseta Sam Lotu-Iiga has welcomed Cook Islands Language Week.
The theme is "to tatou reo tupuna e korona ia no to tatou matakeinanga" - our language is a crowning glory of our community.
Identifying creepy crawlies in your local stream just got a whole lot easier and faster, thanks to a new 3D identification system developed by a NIWA researcher.