The Crusaders Knights will travel north this weekend, and Head Coach Joe Maddock has named his side to take on the Hurricanes Development team at Courtesy Domain in Levin on Saturday.
The Labour Party today reaffirmed its commitments to properly fund quality early childhood education and ensure that all teachers working in early childhood centres are appropriately qualified and registered, says Labour’s Education spokesperson Chris Hipkins.
Statement by Senior Sergeant Jason Homan, Rodney Police
Rodney Police are asking for public help to find 25 year-old Nicholas Moore, who is driving a stolen car and driving in a manner that is endangering the public.
Events that celebrate the November 2019 anniversary of Captain James Cook’s visit to Te Whanganui a Hei are gaining momentum locally, at the same time that the Government is ramping up co-ordination of events nationally to mark the 250th anniversary of the first encounters between MÄori and
The 120th anniversary of the admission on 26 March 1897 of Te Apirana Turupa Ngata as a barrister and solicitor is something all New Zealanders can celebrate, the New Zealand Law Society and Te Hunga RÅia MÄori o Aotearoa (the MÄori Law Society) say.
Most places can expect some rain this weekend but there will be dry spells in the mix too. An approaching low is forecast to become slow moving west of the North Island, dragging several bands of moisture over the country, but no region is likely to see rain all weekend.
The two-week old health warning in place at Lake Waihola where the re-occurrence of potentially toxic cyanobacteria (blue-green algae) was of concern, has now been lifted and the lake is again safe for public use.
Owners of major property portfolios are moving to benchmark all their buildings for energy efficiency as the advantages of owning energy-efficient buildings become more obvious, says the New Zealand Green Building Council (NZGBC).
OMV and Shell Todd Oil Services were the big winners at the inaugural New Zealand Petroleum Conference awards announced tonight.
Prime Minister Bill English should be hauling the Minister of Arts, Culture and Heritage Maggie Barry into his office for a please explain over a potentially serious breach of the Cabinet Manual, says New Zealand First Leader and Northland MP Rt Hon Winston Peters.
The successful diabetes health programme Jumpstart is going national with programmes starting in Wellington and Invercargill on 7th February, and Christchurch on 1st May.
Machine Learning is revolutionising advertising. However, businesses need to make sure that machine based optimisation drives growth, and not efficiency at the expense of diminishing revenue.
New Zealand Rugby (NZR) and the BNZ Crusaders have secured the services of loose forward Matt Todd for another year, re-signing him to the end of the 2018 season.
A lucky Lotto player from Carterton will be celebrating a mid-week windfall after winning $1 million with Lotto First Division in tonight’s live Lotto draw.
The winning Lotto ticket was sold at MyLotto to a player from Carterton.
The outstanding Auckland teenager Gabrielle Fa’amausili staked her claim for higher honours with two records on the second night of finals at the New Zealand Age Championships in Wellington.
Organic Boxes is revolutionizing the cost of certified organic produce, making it fairer and more affordable for everyone.
"Our customers have asked us to make Certified Organic food cheaper" said Richard Bacon, owner of Organic Boxes.
Team Wellington striker Tom Jackson is proud to have claimed the Stirling Sports Premiership Golden Boot but says it will count for little if the team cannot get up to defend their title.
Top Southeast Asian food and beverage business leaders and entrepreneurs will speak at this month’s New Zealand Food Summit as part of a programme run by the Asia New Zealand Foundation.
The Birkenhead Brewing Company (BBC), the home of craft-beer and great food on the North Shore, will be the unofficial home for World Masters Games basketball players at the 9th World Masters Games (April 21-30) in Auckland, New Zealand.
Groundbreaking research being released today reveals that a fast-changing technology environment means all accountants will have to make hard choices in the near future.