Hawke’s Bay Regional Investment Company Limited (HBRIC) is pleased it has reached a land exchange agreement with the Department of Conservation that provides significant enhancement to the conservation values of the Ruahine Forest Park and enables Central Hawke’s Bay farmers to benefit from i
Touchtech are delighted to have been named the Wellington winner of the Deloitte Fast 50’s Fastest Growing Exporter award.
The national student union congratulates our comrades in the Australian National Union of Students on their impressive campaign to defeat higher education fee deregulation as proposed by the former Abbott Government.
Kiwi rally drivers Hayden Paddon and John Kennard have secured their fifth top-five finish in a World Rally Championship event this year with a push to lift their performance even higher on the final day of the Tour de Corse.
At about 5.28pm today, a 30 year old female was involved in a motor vehicle accident near the sky field car park on Mt Taranaki.
She was flown to Taranaki base hospital by the rescue helicopter but died as a result of her injuries on route.
Auckland’s Housing Call to Action group has chosen to highlight the plight of "the hidden homeless" during Spotlight on Housing week from 5 - 10 October 2015, which culminates with World Homelessness Day on Saturday 10 October.
A front currently moving over the South Island, is forecast to cross central New Zealand early Monday, while a deep low passes to the south. Ahead of the front, severe northwest gales are expected to continue affecting parts of central New Zealand until around dawn Monday.
Associate Conservation Minister Nicky Wagner today announced Community Conservation Partnership Fund (CCPF) grants for projects in the Nelson and Marlborough regions, with support for conservation of long-tailed bats and native birds, and restoration of local wetlands.
It will be largely dry across the North Island and eastern South Island this week as westerly winds dominate the weather. However, the west or northwesterlies could rise to severe gales at times this week across central and southern New Zealand.
The government’s continued refusal to give loans to students studying longer than seven years shows just how out of touch they are, says New Zealand First.
Research released by BNZ today reveals New Zealander’s expectations are out of step with reality when it comes to paying off home loans.
A fast-growing Fijian population in New Zealand means it is critical the Fijian language is preserved, Pacific Peoples Minister Peseta Sam Lotu-Iiga says.
Fiji Language Week begins today, with the theme "Noqu vosa, noqu iyau talei - My language, my treasure".
Hold on to your sequins! MediaWorks and BBC Worldwide ANZ are delighted to announce that hit series Dancing with the Stars will add even more sparkle to TV3’s stellar local line up.
Broadband Solutions, one of the fastest growing Internet service providers in Australia and New Zealand, is thrilled to announce the launch of Bandwidth on Demand to the New Zealand market.
The Springboks recorded their second victory at the Rugby World Cup when they beat Scotland by 34-16 in Newcastle on Saturday, but coach Heyneke Meyer and captain Fourie du Preez warned against any celebrations as there is still one crucial Pool B match left in the tournament.
Health Minister Jonathan Coleman says mental health awareness week is a timely reminder of the support people can give each other and the health services available.
What a difference four years and a hemisphere can make; New Zealand fans will be waiting until the last moment, tucking into a kiwi fry-up and watching games in their pyjamas.
Prime Minister John Key told TV One’s Q+A programme that "there is genuinely some misinformation, so the, you know, ‘We’ll lose our sovereignty; the New Zealand Government will get sued,’ I mean, they’re great statements to make, but they’re fundamentally not true."
A housing project by a Ngāruawahia whānau is an outstanding example of a Māori-led housing initiative Māori Development Minister Te Ururoa Flavell said today.