The New Zealand Olympic Committee supports the IOC as it works towards taking the strongest possible measures against the Russian Olympic Team following the findings of the McLaren report.
In the height of winter, as wind lashes and rain pours, the #ParkUpForHomes movement is going to extra lengths to show that it is not tolerable for whÄnau to be braving this kind of weather without adequate housing to keep them safe and warm.
With house prices rising more than 100 times faster than teachers’ salaries in Auckland, it’s hardly surprising there’s a severe shortage of teachers in our biggest city, Labour’s Education spokesperson Chris Hipkins says.
Jeep has announced that it is investing a billion US dollars (NZ$1.4 billion) in new production facilities in the USA to build new models to further fuel the growth of the legendary off road car maker.
Two further Para-Athletes have today been selected by Paralympics New Zealand (PNZ) to represent New Zealand in Para-Athletics at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games this September.
‘The government needs to come clean on whether it plans to cave in to US demands on medicines in the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA), due to reconvene in Singapore in early March’, says Professor Jane Kelsey who monitors the negotiations.
The reaction of China to MBIE’s hitherto secret steel investigation and the China South Seas Hague award has one astonishing feature. Why is New Zealand surprised?
The Netball New Zealand (NNZ) Board is pleased to announce the appointment of Jennie Wyllie to the role of Chief Executive, effective from July 18.
Wyllie was the stand-out candidate from a number of strong applicants and replaces former Chief Executive Hilary Poole.
Police have this afternoon responded to an armed robbery in Torbay.
Police received information just after 2.30pm of a male pointing a weapon at a staff member at a commercial premises on Beach Road.
No one was injured.
A small, unknown amount of cash was taken.
A continued emphasis by Kia Motors on vehicle safety has resulted in the sleek Kia Optima gaining a 5-star ANCAP safety rating for the New Zealand and Australian markets, and applies to all Optima models sold since the new generation was launched in March 2016.
West Papua Action Auckland expects Prime Minister John Key to raise human rights concerns with Indonesian President Joko Widodo when he meets with him later today. He should call for Indonesia to respect the fundamental right to freedom of expression in West Papua.
The search for two children missing from Potter Road in Tuakau overnight is continuing this morning.
Police Search and Rescue teams have been actively looking for 15-year-old Te Morehu McLean and 7-year-old Anahera McLean through the night.
By 2020, customer experience will overtake price and product as the key brand differentiator."-2020 report
Government plans to ramp up the state house sell-off by selling another 1000 houses in 2016/17 will mean more families in need missing out, says Leader of the Opposition Andrew Little.
The Seven Network, Australia’s most-watched broadcast television platform, today confirmed an agreement for all-encompassing coverage of the Rugby League World Cup to be co-hosted by Australia and New Zealand from 27 October to 2 December 2017.
On The Nation: Lisa Owen interviews Ambassador Wang Lutong
Youtube clips from the show are available here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCz0MB0iTsElH5b9c7zuGvsA
Tauranga City Council is encouraging people to make a submission on the proposed Amendment to its Long Term Plan 2015-2025, if you haven’t done so already. Submissions on creating Tauranga’s civic heart close 5pm Monday, 18 July 2016.
The New Zealand Medical Students’ Association (NZMSA) applauds the progress being made in the campaign against bullying in medicine.
Lotto players in Auckland, Hastings and Dunedin will be popping the champagne tonight after each winning $333,333 with Lotto First Division in tonight’s live Lotto draw.