New Zealand Football confirmed on Tuesday the live television broadcast of three upcoming internationals involving the All Whites and the Football Ferns.
MediaWorks today unveiled a new nationwide radio brand Magic, which will launch on April 20.
The 2015 Aon Maadi Cup (New Zealand Secondary School Rowing Championships) regatta commenced at Lake Karapiro, Cambridge today (Monday 23 March) with a full race schedule of 136 heats in 31 event classes.
Waikato Police searching for an offender on the run from the Coromandel warn he is dangerous and should not be approached and highlight that anyone aiding him to avoid capture is likely to face charges as well.
The first phase of the Government’s Investing in Educational Success scheme is failing to target the children and schools the government itself says are most in need of support, a new analysis shows.
New Zealand First Leader and candidate for Northland by-election Rt Hon Winston Peters is pleased the Auckland council have come to its senses over the expansion of the city’s port expansion.
Air New Zealand and Air China have announced further details of their proposed alliance on services between China and New Zealand.
Five titles have been shortlisted for the 2015 Royal Society of New Zealand Science Book Prize and their topics are manuka honey, dolphins, the human mind, MÄori history and a book of poetry.
The five shortlisted titles for the 2015 Royal Society of New Zealand Book Prize are:
The property developer behind Rotorua’s most successful suburban retail and commercial hub is now selling off a near-identical precinct on the other side of town.
The Government’s proposal to consult on the closure of Redcliffs School not only goes against the best geotechnical advice, but more importantly goes against the best educational outcomes for Redcliffs children and the health of our community, Port Hills MP Ruth Dyson says.
Canterbury Police have arrested a man following reports of a burglary in the Fendalton suburb of Christchurch shortly before 11am this morning (23 March 2015).
Auckland will be awash in light on Tuesday, 24 March to celebrate the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 Semi Final at Eden Park.
The match signals the end of the tournament in New Zealand and to celebrate Auckland is putting on a light and firework display.
On Friday, Red Cross was the first organisation sanctioned by the Government of Vanuatu to begin relief distributions to communities devastated by Cyclone Pam.
Tim Groser’s personal use of the GCSB to try and get himself a job at the WTO is a highly dubious use of an agency that is meant to combat security threats, Labour Leader Andrew Little says.
The ICC has confirmed that the Event Technical Committee of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 has approved Matt Henry as a replacement player for Adam Milne in New Zealand’s squad for the knockout stage of the tournament.
Canterbury Police were alerted to a burglary at a domestic property in Ashburton at around 2.30pm this afternoon (23 March 2015). A cordon will remain around the property while Police conduct a scene examination. The cordon which was established in the surrounding area has now been removed.
New Zealand’s spy agencies are once again being used to further the personal ambitions of Cabinet Ministers, the Green Party said today.
Kia Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic were forced to fend off a late-charging Mainland Tactix before prevailing 52-49 in posting their second win of the season in Hamilton on Sunday.
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Economic Development Minister says Resource Management Act reforms "won’t go through" if Winston Peters wins Northland by-election, but Peters offers an olive branch, saying "if they’re reasonable, yes, they will get our backing"
Shanghai Pengxin subsidiary, Milk New Zealand Holdings, was named the winner of the Emerging Business Award and then the overall Supreme Business Award at the BNZ New Zealand Chinese Business Awards in Auckland on Friday 20 March.