The annual MotorSport New Zealand media awards have a fresh look as part of the organisation’s efforts to lift the profile of motorsport with the country’s media and sports fans.
Corrections Minister Judith Collins has welcomed Corrections’ latest drug and alcohol strategy released today.
A number of feature matches headline the draw for round one of the Chatham Cup in 2016.
Students from Hawke’s Bay high schools recently had a hands-on experience of vintage, picking grapes, analysing the fruit and making their own wine.
The Prime Minister’s musings about a land tax on non-resident buyers is just more tinkering, and the Government should just ban foreign speculators as the Australian Government has done, says Labour’s Housing spokesperson Phil Twyford.
A land tax proposed by John Key as the answer to the housing crisis could push up rents and risks having no effect on skyrocketing prices, Labour’s Housing spokesperson Phil Twyford says.
Auckland Council is moving forward this week with the roll out of a world-first dog safety smartphone app designed to help keep children safe around dogs.
Unilever has signed a Joint Business Development Plan (JBDP) with Linfox Logistics which underpins the long-term strategic intent between the two Companies.
Two kindergartens were announced today as winners in the Daltons Late Bloomers competition, which is part of the popular Daltons Sunflowers in Kindergartens Project. Awards were given to the kindergartens that grew the Late Bloomers Tallest Sunflower and Widest Sunflower Head.
Associate Health Minister Peter Dunne, in New York this week to attend a special meeting on the so-called War on Drugs, says New Zealand won’t be decriminalising the use of cannabis any time soon, but there’s a "change of direction" about how the issue’s being regarded by law makers.
By Bala Tikkisetty
Worms are common as muck but good as gold when it comes to ensuring healthy farm soils.
And, just like with gold, it’s important to keep count of what you have to ensure your riches are being maintained.
The preliminary round of the Chatham Cup was light on upsets but there were goals aplenty around New Zealand on Anzac Day.
A screaming "sea of red" helped carry the Mainland Tactix to a pulsating 56-55 victory over the SKYCITY Mystics for their first win of the season in Christchurch tonight.
In cool and showery conditions over 1,200 people attended the Dawn Service at the Anzac Commemorative Site at North Beach on the Gallipoli peninsula today, celebrating the 101st anniversary of the ANZAC landings (the 100th Anzac Day).
Prime Minister John Key is the country’s number one salesman, not of exports, but of our land and property, says New Zealand First Leader and Northland MP Rt Hon Winston Peters.
Hayden Paddon has once again made New Zealand motorsport history, this time with his first-ever rally victory in the FIA World Rally Championship at the 22-24 April running of Rally Argentina.
Mother Nature may have temporarily dashed the spirts of organisers of the 14th annual Routeburn Classic Adventure Run on Saturday, but not for long.
An independent market research survey of residential renters in Queenstown and Wanaka was conducted by the local Housing Trust last month - with important findings for the community.
A man who has made a massive contribution to the growth of the cruise ship sector in New Zealand has been recognised by the tourism industry.