Greenpeace is calling for the Ruataniwha dam project in Hawke’s Bay to be scrapped in light of the latest lead on the gastro outbreak.
Business-focused service provider Kordia together with partner Thinxtra, says the deployment of a dedicated new Internet of Things (IoT) network, being established nationwide, has officially passed the halfway mark.
Renowned American economist, Professor Frank Lichtenberg, has been commissioned by Medicines New Zealand to analyse the impact new cancer medicines have on New Zealand patients and the healthcare system.
Invercargill husband and wife couple Nathan and Rochelle Surendran today announced their plans to run for local government in Southland this year.
An international team of scientists have organised a global ’Wikibomb’ to blow up the perception once and for all that Antarctic science is a boy’s club.
Herbalife, a global nutrition company, have announced the official launch of two new sports products, CR7 Drive and Formula 1 Sport, which are available for purchase nationwide from August 20.
The proposed Wellington Airport runway extension is a welcome step in futureproofing the infrastructure needed to manage Wellington’s growth and development.
Three young Aucklanders have had a financial boost to their artistic careers thanks to the Dame Malvina Major Foundation. The Foundation’s Auckland Committee has awarded Arts Excellence Awards totalling $10,000 to pianist Delvan Lin and violinists Shauno Isomura and Maia-Dean Martin.
Space is the new frontier at the University of Auckland with the launch of a space systems project where students will design and build a satellite that will be sent into orbit.
Whakatane boat builder Surtees Boats is undergoing a major expansion of its current production facility with the addition of a new 900sqm building.
Four Hutt Valley teenagers are now bursting with ideas to make more films and music after an eye-opening visit to the United States.
Eru Kepa, 13, Joel Alheit, 17, Michael Sanders, 14, and Ben Pomare, 14, attended the 2016 Teen Summit in Boston last month.
Got a Trade Week 2016 is being launched tomorrow by Associate Minister for Tertiary Education, Skills and Employment Louise Upston.
Shannon Gantley brings her son Jethro Morrow to Whangarei Hospital’s Children’s Ward on a Thursday each week. While the caring nurses and play specialists keep Jethro entertained, Jethro receives a transfusion of plasma to keep him alive.
Police are concerned for the safety of 16 year-old Jared Pohe who has been reported missing to Police.
Jared has Autism and was last seen yesterday afternoon in Frankton.
He was wearing a blue hoody, grey track pants and white/blue sneakers.
The Havelock North water contamination crisis is a painful reminder of how much worse the impact of infectious outbreaks can be when proper planning isn’t in place, an emergency planning specialist says.
Announcing her nomination for the Dunstan Ward of the Otago Regional Council, Wanaka based scientist Dr. Maggie Lawton wants to apply her skills, experience and knowledge to the on-going health and wealth (natural capital and monetary capital) of the Otago Region.
Tourism New Zealand says a continued growth in international holiday arrivals and an 18 percent increase in spending for the autumn quarter is more great news for the New Zealand economy.
Minister of Transport Simon Bridges has tonight officially inspected and switched on the new runway lights in Queenstown, a key milestone in getting Queenstown Airport ready to receive after-dark flights.
Lotto, Powerball and Strike have all jackpotted tonight meaning there is a combined prize pool of $7.2 million up for grabs next weekend.