Fresh from his spectacular debut in the New Zealand Formula Ford Championship in Timaru a week ago, Invercargill driver Jamie Conroy returned to karting last weekend to record another impressive triumph.
Wellington, Aug 20 NZPA - A controversial $4.8 million budget allocation earmarked for the Pacific Economic Development Agency (Peda) will now be contested by a range of other organisations.
Wake up to Maori Television on Waitangi Day with a two-hour live breakfast show, WAITANGI ATA MARIE to keep you entertained from 8.00am until 10.00am.
Taking on the challenge of riding 160km around Lake Taupo on a normal bike is no walk in the park, but a couple of past participants of the Contact Lake Taupo Cycle Challenge are taking on this year’s Bike Barn Solo in unique style.
The Green Party is very proud of Green MP Kevin Hague today for being awarded Life Membership of the New Zealand AIDS Foundation (NZAF) last night.
Waikids (Waikato DHB’s child and youth health service) will soon benefit from $122,088 worth of new hospital equipment thanks to the diligent fundraising efforts of the 2013 Countdown Kids Hospital Appeal.
"Sustainability must be built into everyday farming, not bolted on", was one of the key messages delivered to agribusiness and industry leaders by Canterbury farming ambassadors Roz and Craige Mackenzie.
The Proposed Auckland Unitary Plan contains rules which apply immediately to safeguard Auckland’s natural environment.
Mosgiel meat workers are being forced onto the dole, or into precarious or part time low paid work as Government continues to turn a blind eye to the rapidly deteriorating meat industry, Dunedin South MP Clare Curran says.
Abano Healthcare Group Limited (NZX: ABA) announces that it has been made aware through the media that the Archer/Hutson/Reeves consortium has withdrawn its indicative non-binding and conditional proposal to acquire all of the shares in Abano.
Over 70 local entrepreneurs and business people gathered at Massey University during Global Entrepreneurship Week to hear a range of experts share their insights into cloud computing.
The investigation into yesterday's fatal crash about 18km East of Haast on SH6 appears to have resulted from structural failure in the machine.
A 70 year old man riding a home built, VW powered, trike was killed instantly when he crashed into a bank on a straight stretch of highway.
Bringing a smile to the faces of more than 6,000 Kiwis this Christmas is behind MOTAT’s annual charity initiative, ‘Give and You Shall Receive’, now in its eighth year.
New Zealand businesses and organisations need to plan better to recover faster from natural disasters, a University of Canterbury researcher says.
The action was intense as three different riders each celebrated a hat-trick of wins at the second and final round of the 2013 national supercross championships at Winton on Thursday evening.
The Maori Party will oppose any legislation to reduce or delay the cuts to internet prices ordered by the Commerce Commission to come into force on 1 December 2014.
Conservatives Leader Colin Craig’s concern that Kiwis are being poisoned by chemical trails from airplanes shows he is the Chicken Little of New Zealand politics, Labour’s Science and Climate Change spokesperson Moana Mackey says.
Auckland needs to take a good hard look at public-private partnership models for funding infrastructure says Mayor Len Brown, to relieve the financial burden on ratepayers and taxpayers.
The Sensible Sentencing Trust has today welcomed news of the ACT party’s consideration of a ‘three strikes’ policy for burglaries, as noted by their Christchurch East by-election candidate Gareth Veale.
Emeritus Professor Sir Harold Marshall from the School of Architecture and Planning at the University of Auckland has been awarded the Pickering Medal by the Royal Society of New Zealand, in recognition of his innovative acoustic design.