ACT Leader David Seymour today called on the Government to take a new approach in its software procurement policies, allowing substantial savings to the taxpayer.
SC Sagamihara grabbed a 1-1 draw as Auckland City FC got through a bruising friendly game in Hodogoya today.
Auckland City FC completed its warm-up programme of matches at Hodogoya Stadium today after a bruising encounter with Third Division SC Sagamihara.
Australia and New Zealand played out yet another thrilling final in Dubai as the Black Ferns Sevens claimed the first round of the 2016-17 HSBC World Rugby Women's Sevens Series.
The SKYCITY Breakers owe them one at the North Shore Events Centre on Friday night, the Illawarra Hawks that is.
The 2016 New Zealand Communities Football Cup (NZCFC) held over the weekend in Mangere’s Centre Park in Auckland was full of action, entertainment and fierce battles on the football field.
AVG (AU/NZ) Pty Ltd, the distributor of the award-winning AVG anti-virus and Internet security software in New Zealand, Australia, and South Pacific, has released the latest AVG Digital Diary which tracked early childhood technology usage trends over the course of the last year.
This weekend on The Nation...
Lisa Owen and Patrick Gower have made their lists, checked them twice, now you can decide who’s been naughty and who’s been nice.
Southlanders are set to benefit from the 2016 Invercargill Gingerbread House Competition and Display this Christmas, as the entry fees are going directly to the Southland Food Bank.
As Hawke’s Bay calls out for more horticultural workers New Zealand First challenges the government to adopt its Business Linked Internship Scheme to fill these employment gaps.
"We ran a trial in Warkworth in 2013," says New Zealand First Education Spokesperson Tracey Martin.
New Zealanders Hayden Paddon and John Kennard were alongside their Hyundai Motorsport team-mates for the launch of the 2017-spec Hyundai i20 Coupe World Rally Car on Thursday (European time) in Monza, Italy.
Property Institute of New Zealand Chief Executive, Ashley Church, is warning that the introduction of ‘debt-to-income’ limits on mortgage lending would have the potential to do significant damage to the Auckland housing market, and wider economy, if the Government gives the Reserve Bank to po
Police are continuing their investigation into the circumstances of a car crash that claimed the life of an 11-year-old boy in Ngaruawahia on Friday 18 November 2016.
Six other young people were injured in the single vehicle crash on Durham Street.
New Plymouth District has been reconfirmed as an International Safe Community - a designation that is endorsed by the World Health Organisation.
Chief Executive Barbara McKerrow says the reaccreditation is the result of the combined efforts of key community agencies.
You just found a great second-hand sofa that would fit perfectly in your lounge, but it has to be picked up on the other side of town. The problem is that it won’t fit in your car. What do you do? If you’re like most people, you call a mate that has a pickup van and beg him to help you.
Auckland’s City Rail Link (CRL) project is on track to deliver substantial sustainability benefits, according to its annual review released this week.
Two national lifejacket promotions have the whole hearted support of regional Harbourmaster Martin Moore.
Retail payments are set to become even easier with Android Pay launching at BP stores today.
BP’s Head of Retail Debi Boffa says this is the latest in a series of offers available at BP to make payments simpler, more convenient and secure.
The Winger Group has invested more than $16 million dollars to set a new benchmark in New Zealand for exclusive, personalized customer service with opening of Winger Maserati in Newmarket, Auckland.
“Rest of the world ‘support’ Muirfield’s female ban,” reads the headline in The Scotsman.
According to Twitter