Submitters will share their views on the Horizons region’s plan for public transport at a meeting of the Regional Passenger Transport Committee in Palmerston North at 9am Tuesday 21 April.
A university lecturer and author of an award winning book on the history of patched gangs in New Zealand who has had requests for information denied by police is owed both an explanation and apology, Labour’s Justice spokesperson Jacinda Ardern says.
Newly appointed Deputy Vice-Chancellor (DVC) MÄori and Communities, Dr Charlotte Severne, says Lincoln has a crucial role in meeting MÄori development aspirations.
Two members of the New Zealand Green Building Council (NZGBC) were recognised for environmental leadership at the annual NZI Sustainable Business Network Awards earlier this evening [subs: November 24].
"Will I be replaced by an algorithm?" It is a question some marketers will be asking, as artificial intelligence (AI) begins to transform the marketing and advertising industries.
Today NgÄti Rehua-NgÄtiwai ki Aotea welcomed and blessed the tÄiko, New Zealand’s all-black seabird, back home to breed on Great Barrier Island/Aotea. Representatives from the fishing industry, government, environmental organisations, and the local community attended the blessing.
The National Government’s review of the Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) must take climate change seriously by making agriculture part of the discussion, and ensuring there is a meaningful price on carbon, the Green Party said today.
The Urge 3 Peaks Enduro endurance downhill mountain biking race has attracted some of New Zealand's top rising stars for this weekend's racing in Dunedin, New Zealand. (November 28 and 29, 2015).
The Green Party is challenging the Government to release the evidence that backs up the Prime Ministers’ claim that agricultural greenhouse gas emissions will be solved in 3 to 4 years.
More than 2,000 military personnel supported by an array of naval, land, and air assets have spent the past month conducting a fictional military campaign across the top of the South Island as part of Exercise Southern Katipo 2015 (SK15).
One of New Zealand’s premier riders, Danielle Johnson, will join countrymen Opie Bosson and Damian Browne in representing New Zealand at the inaugural 2015 Origin Jockey Series from December 5-26.
A Life Cycle Analysis report commissioned by the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority (EECA) has found that electric vehicles (EVs) are better for the New Zealand environment than petrol or diesel powered vehicles, across the lifecycle of the vehicle as well as in use.
The Minister Responsible for Novopay, Steven Joyce, says school staff who were overpaid by Novopay and haven’t responded to efforts to recover that money will now start being referred to a debt collection agency.
A smart, new energy plan that allows homeowners to go solar without the cost of buying the panels, has been recognised for breaking new ground by the New Zealand solar industry.
Qantas and nib will offer up to 11 million Qantas Frequent Flyers a more rewarding health insurance experience.
TFE Hotels is set to open the doors on its newest New Zealand hotel on December 1, the Adina Apartment Hotel Auckland, Britomart overlooking Queen’s Wharf in the CBD, the first Adina Apartment Hotel to enter the New Zealand market.
The head of the United Nations, Ban Ki-Moon, has met with Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull to raise concerns about Australia’s offshore detention centres, and this should make John Key question his ongoing support for how Kiwis are being treated by the Australian Government, the Green
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She’s got an MBA, has studied at Harvard and loves nothing better than getting her hands dirty in the garden. And those are just a few of the many relevant qualifications Linda Taylor is bringing her new role as executive officer at the Garden to Table Trust.