Mother Nature may have temporarily dashed the spirts of organisers of the 14th annual Routeburn Classic Adventure Run on Saturday, but not for long.
An independent market research survey of residential renters in Queenstown and Wanaka was conducted by the local Housing Trust last month - with important findings for the community.
A man who has made a massive contribution to the growth of the cruise ship sector in New Zealand has been recognised by the tourism industry.
The detention of Green Party MP Jan Logie and Australian Green Senator Lee Rhiannon in Sri Lanka today highlights the very problem they were travelling to Sri Lanka to shine a light on.
A 38-year-old man is facing two charges of wounding with intent to cause grievous bodily harm after an incident in New Brighton overnight.
Around 10 to 15 percent of New Zealand families are stuck in persistent poverty that will keep them trapped there for years.
Flight Centre NZ has today released record low return airfares to Europe from $999.
Sale fares have typically ranged around $1,300 to $1,600 in the past, depending on time of travel and airline carrier.
Rebecca Spence (Auckland) enjoyed a career high finish of 13th at the Cape Town leg of the ITU World Triathlon Series overnight, pacing herself superbly over the sprint distance.
The Government must rethink the way the arts are funded after falling Lotto sales has left the sector with declining resources and increasingly vulnerable, Labour’s Arts, Culture and Heritage spokesperson Jacinda Ardern says.
"The Ministry of Health needs to urgently repair its damaged relationship with Canterbury District Health Board if its senior leadership is to work effectively with senior doctors and hospital managers there," says Ian Powell, Executive Director of the Association of Salaried Medical Specialists
Prime Minister John Key told TV One’s Q+A programme that the government could use a land tax to restrict foreign investment in residential housing under any re-negotiated free trade agreement with China.
Green Party co-leader James Shaw told TV One’s Q+A programme that at the moment we are "hugely off" in terms of achieving our climate change target.
On The Nation: Lisa Owen interviews David Hines and Murray Burton
The New Zealand Technology Industry Association (NZTech) announces the appointment of Kim Connolly-Stone and Dil Khosa to its Board.
Today April 24 is World Day for Lab Animals and has been observed globally and in New Zealand since 1979. A series of events were held across the world yesterday to draw attention to the use of animals in research and testing.
Disability Issues Minister Nicky Wagner today congratulated 24 successful applicants who received just over $1 million worth of grants from the New Zealand Sign Language (NZSL) Fund.
Ben Harper and his mother Ellen have collaborated to create Childhood Home (Prestige Folklore), an absorbing, deeply personal collection of original songs set for release on May 2, 2014.
Primary Industries Nathan Guy has concluded a successful trip to China as part of a delegation led by Prime Minister John Key with Trade Minister Todd McClay and New Zealand businesses.
After considerable scrutiny of 85 businesses and then shortlisted by community panelists throughout New Zealand, three companies were honoured as a Good Business Egg at an event held at The Warehouse corporate offices in Auckland.