Multi-platinum, Grammy Award-winning Los Angeles legends, Red Hot Chili Peppers, return to New Zealand in January 2013 for their first concerts in six years.
The Vodafone New Zealand legal team has been named as a finalist for the ‘In-house team of the Year’ category in the 2016 New Zealand Law Awards.
Speaking at a mayoral panel debate for the African Community, in Mount Roskill on Saturday afternoon, mayoral candidate David Hay threw his support behind Phil Goff to be the Mayor of Auckland.
Environment Minister Nick Smith deserves a frosty reception when he chairs a major environment meeting of OECD countries, just days after the Government opened up half-a-million square kilometres of ocean to oil and gas exploration, the Green Party said today.
Waimakairri is a dynamic place to represent, Waimakariri MP Matt Doocey reflects on the second-year anniversary in his role.
The journey to reach a comprehensive Treaty Settlement for Ngapuhi began in Kaikohe today at a hui for Te Roopu Kaumatua Kuia o Te Whare Tapu o Ngapuhi, Te Runanga-a-iwi o Ngapuhi and hapu rangatira.
Employees at all levels have a key role to play in protecting the information that belongs to their workplace. A few basic steps can make all the difference.
That’s the focus of this year’s Connect Smart Week from 10-14 October 2016.
Vodafone New Zealand Limited has today been fined $165,000 in the Auckland District Court after pleading guilty to making false price representations in breach of the Fair Trading Act.
New data shows that Maori and Pasifika students are being encouraged to do less academic subjects to fulfil government targets rather than engage in meaningful learning that will equip them for success later in life, Labour’s Education spokesperson Chris Hipkins says.
Identifying opportunities where a shared regulatory environment may work will be considered today at the first New Zealand-hosted meeting of Australasian heads of environmental regulatory agencies.
New Zealand’s world rallying duo Hayden Paddon and John Kennard have a clear focus as they head to the famed Tour de Corse rally this weekend.
Fossil Free Yale University have applauded the recent decision by the University of Otago Council to exclude fossil fuels from their investment portfolio.
Two Police officers were in the right place at the right time to stop a big dog attacking a small dog this morning.
Associate Conservation Minister Nicky Wagner has welcomed the acquisition of a significant area of forest on the West Coast.
Five lucky Lotto players will have an extra spring in their step after each winning $200,000 with Lotto First Division in tonight’s live Lotto draw.
Vince and Bella Aynsley entered the Southland Ballance Farm Environment Awards because they felt they had a good news story to tell about their industry.
"We don’t consider ourselves to be top farmers, but we always try to do the best we can," says Vince.
The NZ Public Health Association, funded by the Ministry of Health, has been accused of breaching election rules and deceiving candidates in next month’s District Health Board elections.
A leading New Zealand human resources expert Chris Till says New Zealand companies and organisations should adopt a United Kingdom compassionate work index model to improve working lives for Kiwis.
Massey University’s Professor Ian Yule, one of the world’s leading agri-tech researchers, has been voted president of the International Society of Precision Agriculture for 2018-2020.
The lag in hip and knee replacements is a direct consequence of the Government’s $1.7 billion underfunding of health, says Labour’s Associate Health spokesperson Dr David Clark.