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New Zealand First has warned for months about the dire future for New Zealand dairying.
These warnings have been ignored by the government, many economists and the foreign-owned banks, says Leader Rt Hon Winston Peters.
Hutt Valley Police say a fantastic response from the public and the news media has been pivotal in identifying a critically ill man rescued from the sea at Eastbourne on Monday.
Latest international figures on broadband speeds have reported New Zealand’s average connection speeds have increased by almost 60 per cent in the past year, said Communications Minister Amy Adams.
The National Government looks set to miss the first United Nations (UN) deadline to submit its emissions reduction target for 2030, the Green Party said today.
Low pay offers mean Pak’n Save is beginning to earn a reputation as "Pak’n Slave" says FIRST Union senior organiser Bill Bradford.
"Tomorrow FIRST Union members will protest poverty pay at Pak’n Save Alderman Drive in Henderson".
Canterbury Police investigations into a burglary at a residential property in Rolleston on 30 January 2015 where a quantity of jewellery, personal items and motocross equipment was stolen has resulted in one person being arrested this afternoon (1 April 2015).
ManaBus.com, the new fast, friendly and affordable city to city express coach operator announces extra services for Rotorua, Tauranga and Whangarei.
The Public Service Association (PSA) says Minister Tolley’s announcement of a Paula Rebstock-led review into Child, Youth and Family (CYF) is the last thing needed by an organisation that has demonstrated it can assess and plan for its own needs.
Upper Hutt City Library is providing a coding workshop designed for beginners with little or no web programming experience. Facilitated by expert Tanya Gray and others from across the IT industry, the workshop will be held in Upper Hutt Central Library’s Rotary Lounge.
Microsoft New Zealand and the High Tech Youth Network are joining forces this week to encourage young people across the country to learn some basic skills in computer programming as part of Microsoft’s international ‘Week of Code’ campaign.
Workers from the Cotton On distribution centre are welcoming substantial improvements in wages and working conditions says FIRST Union General Secretary Robert Reid.
The government’s admission that Child Youth and Family is now eight to ten years behind in the international child protection field is a disgrace, says New Zealand First.
Family First NZ is welcoming the long overdue independent review of Child Youth and Family which it has been asking for over many years.
Statement from Emirates Team New Zealand
By Andy McGechan, www.BikesportNZ.com
New Zealand's Callan May encountered a few unexpected obstacles at the latest round of the Grand National Cross-country Championships (GNCC) in the United States at the weekend, but still he managed to come away with an impressive result.
New Zealand First is urging the Minister of Health to step-in to help the residents of Port View rest home in New Plymouth which is closing.
Ross McCormack, direct from Belgium’s acclaimed Les Ballets C de la B company, performs and directs Triumphs and Other Alternatives,a new multidisciplinary work presented by Muscle Mouth.The world premieÌretakes place 22 April 2015 at the Hannah Playhouse, Wellington.