Thousands of boating enthusiasts headed to the opening day of the 2015 Auckland On Water Boat Show where many aspects of the successful New Zealand marine industry are being showcased.
Lotto, Powerball and Strike have all jackpotted tonight meaning there is a combined prize pool of $7.2 million up for grabs next weekend.
A slip on the greasy cobbled climb less than 2kms from the finish has cost New Zealand rider Dion Smith a top finish in the under-23 road race at the UCI World Championships in Virginia, USA today.
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Lisa Owen interviews Madam Fu Ying, the foreign affairs committee chair of China’s National People’s Congress
A unique workplace money coaching programme, designed to boost the financial health of hundreds of working kiwis, has been awarded this year's prestigious CANSTAR Innovation Excellence Award.
The spring equinox is this Wednesday at precisely 8:21pm NZT (or 08:21 UTC Sept 23).
This means days and nights are now of equal length, but as of Thursday days will start to get longer than the nights...and this will continue on until the summer solstice on December 22nd.
Defence Minister Gerry Brownlee leaves today for an official visit to China.
"The New Zealand - China defence relationship has grown in recent years, and I look forward to engaging with representatives of the Chinese military on how that might continue," Mr Brownlee says.
Celebrated Wellington firm, Athfield Architects will be providing architectural and design services for the new $16.5 million Johnsonville Library project.
Sylvia Park School is the first school in New Zealand to go solar using a smart new plan which provides solar power without paying for the panels.
The Canterbury Women’s team will take on Wellington this week in round 6 of the national provincial competition.
Three sons of a dearly loved Dad are desperate to find him.
The Department of Conservation (DOC) is proceeding with bylaws to ensure public safety and protect the public conservation land on six reserves at Whangarei Heads and Bream Bay.
Netball Central Zone will be holding a series of comprehensive workshops called ‘Keeping It Current’ in the lead-up to next week’s Netball NZ National Champs.
The weekend conference will be held at the ASB Sports Centre in Wellington, the venue for this year’s national champs.
The SKYCITY Breakers pre-season continues this week, with the team in Townsville to take part in the annual NBL Blitz.
Associate Health Minister Peseta Sam Lotu-Iiga is challenging smokers to give up next month during ‘Stoptober’.
About 5000 people signed up to stop smoking last October and organisers of Stoptober are hoping to double that number this year.
SKY Television and VS LIVE are pleased to announce SUPER 8 will be available on SKY SPORT 1 free to SKY SPORT subscribers and active FAN PASS users via live stream on November 3rd.
Young swimmers with dreams of Olympic and World Championship glory will descend on Hamilton this week when Waterworld hosts the New Zealand Secondary School Swimming Championships.
The event is into its fifth year, and returns to Waterworld after being held last year in Wellington.
The latest consumer satisfaction survey by Canstar Blue, looking into the habits of Kiwis and their use of bathroom cleaners, reveals that 21% of Kiwis think their bathroom floor is so clean you could eat from it.
With the rugby currently underway in England and less than a year until the summer games in Brazil, fans around the world are gearing up for some of the biggest and best international events on the sporting calendar.