Families are left suffering because of indecision about dying. That’s just one of many reasons why it’s important to have ‘Conversations that Count’, Dr Lucy Fergus says.
The financial impacts of implementing a proposal to outsource hospital food, forced on them by a crown-owned company which is now facing an auditor-general’s inquiry, are being felt by district health boards across the country, Labour’s Health spokesperson Annette King says.
The bad weather that is currently moving across the Cook Strait, with swells of up to five metres, is causing some delays to Interislander sailings.
The abandonment of zero-hour contracts by Burger King is further evidence good employers do not need to use them, Labour’s spokesperson on Labour Issues Iain Lees-Galloway says.
Auckland City FC is one step closer to the OFC Champions League semifinals after a 3-0 win over Western United of the Solomon Islands in Suva tonight.
In today’s hyper-connected world, it is no longer a question of if you will be attacked-but when.
NZEI says the Government is playing pre-Budget politics with its announcement today that it is building new schools and classrooms to cope with population growth.
A season of celebration comes into sharp focus for the NRL’s two 20th anniversary clubs when the Vodafone Warriors face North Queensland in their seventh-round game at 1300SMILES Stadium on Saturday (5.30pm kick-off local time).
Lodge Real Estate’s managing director, Jeremy O’Rourke, said today the drop in Hamilton’s median sales price for the third month in a row reflects strong activity at the lower end of the property market.
Sixteen-year-old Spencer Bourne will represent the Bourne family at this weekend’s Repco Race to the Sky, stepping onto the podium to present the fastest New Zealand competitor with the Possum Bourne Memorial Trophy.
The small Wairarapa town of Featherston is connecting to its history with WW1 and railways to become New Zealand’s member of the International Organisation of Booktowns (IOB).
The founding group is Creative Featherston Inc.
The people of Niue are about to get a four-fold increase in internet bandwidth, plus extra capacity from a back-up satellite to protect the island's internet connections if services from the existing satellite fail or are disrupted.
This year marks 50 years of Willis New Zealand advising clients here and in the Pacific.
Keen archer and volunteer extraordinaire Dennis Mroczkowski was named the Lotto New Zealand Sport Maker of the Year at the New Zealand Sport and Recreation Awards last night.
Auckland Council’s CCO Governance and Monitoring Committee today discussed a report on the Ports of Auckland Limited’s governance framework.
New Zealand Governor-General, Lt Gen, The Rt Hon Sir Jerry Mateparae, visited CTC Aviation’s airline pilot training centre in Hamilton yesterday.
The Governor-General toured the flight training organisation’s state-of-the-art facility situated at Hamilton Airport.
World-renowned cyclist, former teammate of Lance Armstrong, and self-confessed doper, Tyler Hamilton, will share his captivating story at the Sport NZ conference today.
Canterbury Police are keen to hear from anyone who may have been in the Basingstoke Street / Wimborne Crescent area of Christchurch at around 3am this morning (14 April 2015).
The Government is misusing Christchurch’s emergency legislation to push through port expansion plans with potentially significant effects on Lyttelton Harbour, the Green Party said today.
Former Hamilton city councillor and Labour MP for Hamilton West, Dorothy Jelicich, has died, aged 87.