The All Blacks Sevens squad to prepare for the next two tournaments of the HSBC Sevens World Series; Sevens Wellington (6-7 February) and USA Sevens in Las Vegas (13-15 February) features four new players. The team will be named on Monday 2 February.
The squad is:
The Taxpayers’ Union is questioning Man Booker prize winner Eleanor Catton’s comments regarding the Government’s support of the arts given the substantial support she has personally received from taxpayers.
A University of Canterbury postgraduate student says sports inspired people in Christchurch after the earthquakes.
Hot on the heels of confirming the visit of DPR Korea and the Westfield Matildas for next month’s tri-series in Auckland, the Football Ferns have now secured a clash in April against the world number two United States side.
Kia Motors and its Wellington dealership, Brendan Foot Kia are helping to create a temporary arena for the Wellington Phoenix.
Today’s Government announcement on social housing is a step in the right direction but it needed to bolder, according to the group representing community housing providers and its partner Te Matapihi.
The Labour Party will make working with small businesses a priority because they are the key to New Zealand’s future prosperity, Labour Leader Andrew Little said today.
"New Zealand is a pioneering nation and it is this spirit of innovation which drives our small businesses.
National’s plan to sell-off state houses and subsidise landlords will drive up rents for all renters, says Labour Leader Andrew Little.
The Government’s commitment to helping New Zealanders in need by providing more social housing is at the heart of its social housing reform programme, Ministers Bill English and Paula Bennett say.
The 70th anniversary since the Earthquake and War Damage Commission was set up in January 1945, is a proud milestone for all New Zealanders, Minister responsible for the EQC, Gerry Brownlee says.
The EPMU welcomes Andrew Little’s focus on creating real jobs for New Zealanders, as set out in his State of the Nation speech this morning.
By Aaron Wallace, Bellingham Wallace
Having caught a few episodes of this show years ago, made me instantly want to check the whole series out when it came up on my review list.
Disgraced former Cabinet Minister Judith Collins must explain why she appears to have tried to hide Official Information Act requests she fulfilled for Whale Oil blogger Cameron Slater, Labour MP Megan Woods says.
Led by two of the great competitors in the Australian Basketball League, the SKYCITY Breakers Perth Wildcats clash at the North Shore Events Centre on Thursday night shapes as one of the games of the season, resulting in a clear edge at the Breakers Atlas Place gym during scrimmages this week.
Take a break at home this weekend with Hutt City’s huge line-up of events covering culture, food, music and summer sports.
By Andy McGechan, BikesportNZ.com
Pahiatua's Paul Whibley officially retired from fulltime international competition at the end of last year, but that doesn't mean it's time for total rest and relaxation, not for a few more years anyway.
Clothing retailer Hallenstein Glasson has signaled a major long term investment in the Christchurch city rebuild, today announcing its plans for a new flagship store in the CBD - its second biggest in New Zealand.
Video conferencing technology within New Zealand’s health system is now being adapted to mobile devices - allowing patients to use their iPads at home rather than travel long distances to medical appointments.