Several fast moving fronts are expected to cross New Zealand today, bringing strong to gale westerlies at times to much of the country.
The NZ Transport Agency advises drivers to plan for a weekend closure of the Greville Road interchange on Auckland’s Northern Motorway (State Highway 1), starting next Friday (7 November).
The closure starts from 9pm on the Friday and will continue until 5am Monday (9 November).
Tena Koe, Mr Speaker.
I would like to take this opportunity to speak a little of the past, the present and the future.
The privilege to serve in this Parliament was given to me by all those who gave their Party Vote to the Green Party at this year’s election.
The success of Auckland Council’s urban design panel and its influence on the internationally acclaimed design quality of many recent major developments in the city is celebrated in a stunning new book to be launched tonight.
Foreign Minister Murray McCully has appointed diplomat James Kember as New Zealand’s next Ambassador to France.
"New Zealand’s relationship with France is one of our most long-standing and vibrant, and it remains an important partner within the European Union," Mr McCully says.
The NZMA supports the call by a number of other health sector organisations for an independent assessment of the impact of the proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement (TPPA) on our health system and our ability to achieve legitimate public policy objectives, such as the protection of p
Today’s legal victory for equal pay is a much-needed boost for working women at a time when the Government is pushing through reforms which will make it harder for them to get pay rises, Labour’s Women’s Affairs spokesperson Sue Moroney says.
A second rate deal on dairy in the TPP would totally contradict the agreed purpose of the Pacific trade agreement, Labour’s Trade spokesperson, Phil Goff says.
Christchurch residents will join an International Day of Action against the dangerous Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA) on Saturday November 8.
While everyone’s enjoying the festivities, who’s cooking the turkey?
Drawn the short straw on preparing the Christmas dinner?
Well, there’s good news for you and all yuletide cooks with My Food Bag bringing back its popular and easy-to-prepare festive feast in 2014.
Tertiary students undertaking a project within the brewing industry are invited to apply for the inaugural Emerson’s Brewery JP Dufour Scholarship.
The price Contact Energy’s piped natural gas customers pay from 1 December 2014 will increase to reflect changing distribution and transmission costs that are outside of Contact’s control.
Mitre 10 MEGA Manukau has won the award for Auckland’s best large format store in the 2014 Top Shop Retail Excellence Awards.
The Board of Directors of Fulbright New Zealand is delighted to announce the appointment of Penelope Borland as the next Executive Director of Fulbright New Zealand. Penelope Borland was Chief Executive of the Screen Production and Development Association (SPADA) for ten years.
Health professionals say a comprehensive health impact assessment of the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) agreement must be carried out to protect the health of New Zealanders.
Wairua Body Coaching Systems, based in Stoke, are unwilling to let their series of firsts come to an end.
The two southbound box girder (clip-on) lanes on the Auckland Harbour Bridge will be closed this Sunday morning (2 November) for the annual Auckland marathon.
Emirates has launched a daily non-stop service to Budapest, with direct connections at Dubai from all of the airline’s four daily services from New Zealand.
Emirates’ flight from Dubai to Budapest is operated with a wide-body Airbus A330-200 aircraft in a two-class configuration.
Preparing the evening meal is about to get a whole lot easier for Christchurch people as My Food Bag brings its successful home delivery service to the Garden City.
An ex-special forces soldier looking for ways to help his grandmother find work has created a new app, designed to connect freelance workers with local people looking to outsource work.