Top Kiwi rally pairing Hayden Paddon and John Kennard have continued their strong performance during the third day of Neste Oil Rally Finland and now hold sixth place overall with just one short day of the event left to run.
Police are currently in attendance at a serious motor vehicle collision on Mount Wellington Highway, near Sylvia Park.
A female pedestrian has been struck by a motor car and sustained serious injuries.
She has since been transported to Auckland hospital.
By Associate Professor Grant Duncan
Nicky Hager's new book sets up Prime Minister John Key as the main target. It suggests that there is a dark side to his political management that New Zealanders ought to be aware of. But does Hager hit the target?
Rural Women New Zealand today released its 2014-2017 manifesto, focusing on thirteen areas for action to ensure a fair deal for rural.
The Rotorua based BayTrust Rescue helicopter was dispatched to the Urewera settlement of Ruatahuna at 3:30pm on 16/08 where a 54 year old male had a medical condition that required immediate hospital care.
The most popular collectable craze is back.
New World’s Little Shop returns.
The IRB today announced that Australia will have a presence in the 2014 Women’s Rugby World Cup Final with Sydney’s Amy Perrett appointed to referee the clash between England and Canada on Monday morning (AEST) in Paris.
New Zealanders will now have easier, simpler access to government services with the launch of a new, cross-government website, Internal Affairs Minister Peter Dunne announced today.
Mark Quickfall, Director of Harris Mountains Heliski (HMH) and The Helicopter Line, has today met with the wider ski group involved in yesterday’s heli ski incident near Wanaka.
The Qantas Wallabies have halted the All Blacks’ world record run of 17 straight wins with a brutal 12-12 draw at ANZ Stadium in Sydney on Saturday night.
On 9 January 2004, the first version of UpStage was formally launched and released into the world as a platform for cyberformance (live online performance). A decade later, we invite you to join us in celebrating this auspicious milestone and imagine what might come next ...
Wairarapa author Mike Ledingham tackles the difficult topic of abuse in the Catholic Church in Always a Grunt, the newly published sequel to his popular first book, Once a Grunt.
The next Labour Government will facilitate the creation of regional MÄori economic development groups lead by iwi and hapÅ« to work in partnership with business and public agencies as part of its MÄori Development policy.
Tears flowed as hundreds of people gathered in Christchurch yesterday.
Family First NZ says that a three-storey-high mural of a naked woman on the side of Christchurch's central city strip club, Calendar Girls, should be pre-approved rather than waiting for it to cause offence to the community.
Ford Trophy Preliminary Finals:
Playoff 1 v 2
Canterbury Wizards 224-9 (Peter Fulton 82-, Andrew Ellis 52, Scott Kuggeleijn 3-50) lost to the SKYCITY Northern Knight 225-6 after 49 overs (Daniel Flynn 73, Daryl Mitchell 39, Brad Wilson 33, Todd Astle 2-45) by four wickets