Ricoh New Zealand has been awarded the ultimate gong from US business process software giant, Kofax being named a new Kofax Diamond Partner.
One of only 13 such partners worldwide - and the only one in New Zealand - Ricoh is now part of an elite global group.
The detention of Green Party MP Jan Logie and Australian Green Senator Lee Rhiannon in Sri Lanka today highlights the very problem they were travelling to Sri Lanka to shine a light on.
Chugg Entertainment and XIII Touring can confirm that Brit-pop revivalists, The Kooks, will be returning to Australasia for their most monstrous tour of the antipodes to date.
The development and seismic strengthening of a West Coast aged care facility has won praise from the client for its seamless execution, despite having to temporarily rehouse half its residents.
For the first time ever, Noel Leeming will have the Apple iPhone available in store on day one of the official New Zealand launch date.
To quell media speculation, David Parker advises that he is not seeking the leadership of the Labour Party, and that he confirmed this to David Cunliffe and his other caucus colleagues yesterday.
"For the time being, I remain the deputy leader of the Labour Party," David Parker said.
Auckland Council is taking its popular Southside Arts Festival to the wider Auckland region this November.
The festival - previously limited largely to the geography of south Auckland - will have events throughout the south, north, and west of the region.
The Kapiti Coast District Council is supporting an initiative that is saving sports clubs money so they have more to spend on sports.
LiteClub is a free service funded mostly by government which has saved 367 sports clubs nationally a collective total of just under $2 million.
The decision by the New Zealand Transport Agency to appeal the Board of Inquiry’s rejection of the Basin Reserve flyover is hugely disappointing and a massive lost opportunity for Wellington to come together on an alternative plan, Labour’s MP for Wellington Central Grant Robertson and MP for
As yet another farm is sold to a foreigner, it is time for Prime Minister John Key to freeze foreign purchases and fully investigate the impact of land sales, says New Zealand First.
"The New Zealand Medical Association (NZMA) is encouraged by Prime Minister John Key’s comments yesterday that he was ordering Treasury and the Department of Prime Minister and Cabinet officials to start presenting new ideas for tackling child poverty," says NZMA Chair Dr Mark Peterson.
Waikato prop James McGougan has been suspended from playing rugby for one week, and Bay of Plenty wing Tino Nemani suspended for two weeks, after separate Judicial Hearings for foul play during Week 6 of the ITM Cup.
Both cases were heard by Judicial Officer Nigel Hampton QC this week.
The Prime Minister needs to make it clear that the government is not planning to introduce bulk funding of schools through the back door by doing a coalition deal with Act.
A University of Canterbury student is the only New Zealander to be awarded a scholarship that will utilise her engineering skills for humanitarian projects.
Jesse Sergent during the elite menâs time trial at the UCI Road World Championships. Pic: Graham Watson.
From today the businesses formerly known as APN NZ, TRN and GrabOne are unifying their print, radio, digital and e-commerce brands under one new, overarching brand, NZME.
Wellington is getting fired up for WOW this week - and looking forward to welcoming more than 35,000 visitors to the city over the next three weeks.
An app designed to help New Zealand GPs and optometrists confidently diagnose eye disorders has won a prestigious health award.
IBM Kenexa (NYSE: IBM) a global provider of business solutions for human resources today announced the finalists of its annual Best Workplaces Survey and Awards.