Auckland Mayoral candidate Victoria Crone says there’s increasing concern about land, homes and commercial property sitting unused in Auckland for capital gain.
Former Middlemore Hospital cooks and menu processors are fed up with the long wait for tens of thousands of dollars in gratuity payments they’re owed after they lost their jobs.
Papers just released for the Government's review of education funding raise the question of which children will lose out when the pie is resliced.
The A 64-54 win by the high-flying Ascot Park Hotel Southern Steel brought an abrupt halt to the five-match winning streak by Cold Power Magic in Invercargill on Sunday.
Taranaki DHB’s Medical Officer of Health said today that two people who have recently visited New Plymouth have been confirmed with having measles.
As the country celebrates National Volunteer Week, the Heart Foundation is offering its heartfelt thanks to the thousands of volunteers who give their time to support the fight against heart disease.
No late positional switches or personnel changes have been made for the Vodafone Warriors’ 15th-round NRL encounter with the Sydney Roosters at Mount Smart Stadium today (6.10pm kick-off; match day sponsor: Canterbury of New Zealand).
The PPTA's decision to cancel today's strike action for year 10 students is a positive signal of their commitment to reaching a settlement, Secretary for Education Karen
Two lucky Lotto players from Palmerston North and Christchurch will be cheering tonight after each scoring a $500,000 win with Lotto First Division in tonight’s live Lotto draw.
ÅpÅtiki District Council today announced a five year rates relief for MÄori land owners looking to lead a kiwifruit development project at Åmaio.
The Northland Civil Defence Group Controller says there is no land-based risk of tsunami for Northland although there may be surges and currents at sea.
Because there is no land-based threat, the tsunami sirens have not been sounded.
What happens when you pit Taniwha against Dragon in the lead up to one of the biggest test matches seen in Wellington?
As 38,000 people flow through Fran Wilde Walkway on their way to the game - All Blacks v Wales - the excitement will be palpable.
Hamilton Police have a parole recall warrant for the arrest of Angelo Wilson.
Wilson has a history of violence and a number of contacts in the Melville area.
Waitemata District Health Board (DHB) clinicians have new technology at their fingertips to help identify and fast-track care to hospital patients who need it most.
Police are concerned for the safety of 15-year-old Olivia Woods.
She has been missing since approximately 5:30pm Friday 17 June 2016 from the Hoon Hay area.
Anyone with information on her whereabouts should contact Christchurch Central Police Station on 03 363 7400.
Gary Anderson and Phil Taylor turned on the style with 106 averages in first round victories at the Auckland Darts Masters, presented by TAB and Burger King, as the eight Oceanic representatives all suffered first round defeats at the Trusts Arena on Friday.
Experience the sound of the cello as Bach, Handel and Haydn would have known it when international cellist Daniel Yeadon joins NZ Barok in a concert series including Haydn’s magnificent Cello Concerto No. 1 in C Major, performed for the first time in NZ on period instruments.
Great snow and a fun, relaxed atmosphere added up to a superb day out for around 2,000 skiers and snowboarders enjoying opening day at Queenstown’s The Remarkables ski area today (Saturday June 18).
The Ruapehu-Taumarunui District Council confirmed their decision to stop fluoridation in Taumarunui. The Council decided to stop fluoridation in the district's only fluoridated town after hearing submissions from the public and overseas expert, Professor Emeritus Paul Connett.