White Ferns 133-6 (Sophie Devine 46, Katie Perkins 34, Shakera Selman 3-23) beat the West Indies 109 all out after 19.5 overs (Shemaine Campbelle 23, Kyshona Knight 21, Suzie Bates 3-21) by 24 runs
The Government is forcing schools into debt to pay for the repeated mistakes of its education payroll system Novopay, says New Zealand First.
Locally owned Best Health Products Limited producers of NuZtri Premium Formula and fortified Milk Powder products announced today it has been accepted into the Infant Nutrition Council of Australia and New Zealand (INC).
New Zealand’s leading MÄori researchers and scholars are dismayed and shocked at a decision by the Royal Society of New Zealand not to shortlist the world’s only MÄori and Indigenous Centre of Research Excellence, NgÄ Pae o te MÄramatanga (NPM), in a current funding round.
Health Minister Tony Ryall’s admission that he advised the Southern District Health Board not to take legal action over $15 million of missing public funds requires an urgent investigation into the Minister’s full involvement in the decade long debacle, Green Party Health spokesperson Kevin H
It’s the classic story of high tech entrepreneurship.
Foreign Affairs Minister Murray McCully and Tonga’s Prime Minister Lord Tu’ivakano today agreed to reaffirm the strategic direction of the development partnership following talks late last week and early this week.
New Zealand First is pleased that its 2007 ‘baby’, the SuperGold Card, continues to reach new heights of popularity with both users and participating businesses.
Tertiary education should support New Zealand businesses, and it already does. However, that role cannot come at the expense of the other duties tertiary education has to our communities and society says TEU national president Lesley Francey.
Corrections Minister Anne Tolley says there has been a rise of almost 1500 per cent in places on drug and alcohol treatment programmes for prisoners since 2008.
The Government’s new Tertiary Education Strategy delivers in the areas needed to help drive economic growth and support business success, says Business Central Chief Executive Raewyn Bleakley.
A Government back down on child harm prevention orders is a welcome change of heart, Labour’s Children’s spokesperson Jacinda Ardern says.
The Sir Peter Blake Trust is thrilled by the Minister of Conservation's announcement today that the new scientific research station, to be built on the Subantarctic Auckland Islands, will be named for one of New Zealand's greatest leaders, Sir Peter Blake.
Labour’s Phil Twyford says Housing Minister Nick Smith is the worst culprit when it comes to damaged and vandalised state houses.
"National’s policy of leaving state houses vacant for months on end makes them a magnet for vandalism and crime.
Vicki Harman’s first-hand experience of leukaemia has motivated her to shave off her long golden locks later this month.
Mayor Len Brown has welcomed a recommendation by planning commissioners that land required for the City Rail Link (CRL) route be set aside.
The high ideals of the Tertiary Education Strategy released today mean nothing alongside a government determined to see tertiary education as a cost to cut rather than an investment in our future, Labour’s Tertiary Education spokesperson Grant Robertson says.
Christchurch Airport is open and flights are arriving and departing.
There may be some delays for some travellers, because of weather issues right across the networks but Christchurch Airport is open and operating.
New Zealand needs to follow Australia’s lead and ban the importation of asbestos containing products, the rail union said today.
KiwiRail has pulled its forty DL locomotives from the network after asbestos was detected in the soundproofing of the drivers compartment.