NZCU Auckland, a credit union offering a large range of financial services, was awarded the coveted People Helping People award at the sector’s Gala Awards Dinner 2016, hosted by Co-op Money NZ, the industry body representing co-operatively owned credit unions and mutual building societies in N
JLL has welcomed Richard Paul to its Auckland office as head of Property and Asset Management.
Richard Paul joins JLL from Southpark Corporation in Auckland, where he spent three years as a Commercial Property Manager and was responsible for Southpark’s property portfolio.
'New Zealand's newest beachside golf course is to open on October 1 with membership by invitation only and fees in the tens of thousands’.
A senior engineering manager with more than 35 years’ experience in delivering New Zealand infrastructure projects will take the helm of the Northland Transportation Alliance.
Paralympian Sophie Pascoe just won gold in the Women's 100m Butterfly S10, becoming New Zealand’s most successful Paralympian of all time.
The NZ Transport Agency is advising motorists wanting to travel between Taranaki and the Waikato to use an alternative route via State Highway 1 and Whanganui, following the closure of State Highway 3, just south of Mokau.
Workforce inequality for people with disabilities continues to prevent inclusion, here and overseas, but new ways forward are in the pipeline.
Baycorp NZ has won the Best Customer Services Award for the Collections Industry for the second year in a row at the New Zealand CRM Contact Centre Awards, held in Auckland on Friday 16 September.
Queenstown’s The Remarkables ski area will extend its opening dates for spring skiing and snowboarding through to Sunday October 2, a week longer than originally planned.
The Earthquake Commission (EQC) today confirmed the shape of the organisation for 2017 as its work in Canterbury enters its final phase, EQC Chief Executive Ian Simpson says.
Social Development Minister Anne Tolley has told a Pacific Leaders Fono that the new Ministry for Vulnerable Children, Oranga Tamariki will respond to the needs of Pacific children and young people in care or at risk of going into care.
Auckland mayoral candidate, Vic Crone, says she will establish a Mayor’s Taskforce for Housing and champion New Zealand’s first Social Impact Investment Market to boost housing affordability.
In 1970, after the election in Chile of Salvador Allende, the first Marxist to be democratically elected to the leadership of any Western nation, then US president Richard Nixon wrote an infamous note which outlined the US's plans to eliminate what it saw as a new Cu
The Minister for Primary Industries Nathan Guy must step up and investigate failures in his ministry and fisheries management, which are allowing widespread fish dumping to threaten the sustainability of fish stocks, the Green Party said today.
Queenstown Airport’s successful runway widening and overlay to allow after-dark flights has won the Beca Project of the Year Award at the New Zealand Airports Conference in Nelson.
Prime Minister John Key welcomed hundreds of Christchurch’s tech savvy businesses to the Canterbury Tech Summit 2016 last week.
Ultimately, for New Zealand to diversify its export base, technology will play a critical role in improving value-add in agricultural exports, a leading New Zealand agri-tech expert says.
New Zealand’s waterways will be cleaned up and much higher standards set on water quality in a 10-year plan to be introduced by the Internet Party by 2016.
New Zealand First is opposed to KiwiRail replacing its North Island electric-powered trains with diesel locomotives from China - it’s a dinosaur decision.