‘Last month any deal on the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement seemed near impossible’, according to Auckland University law professor Jane Kelsey.
The latest research out of Sweden on the use of cellphones has found that people who use a wireless phone for more than a year are 70 per cent more likely to get brain cancer than those who used the devices for less than a year.
Taranaki’s Mikayla Rowe reaped the reward for her tenacity and determination and for her bike’s reliability when she won her first national motocross title at the weekend.
The National Government’s announcement that it plans to sign a contract with a consortium funded by the Bank of Tokyo-Mitsubishi will see Kiwi taxpayers paying the bank profits for quarter of a century, Green Party transport spokesperson Julie Anne Genter said today.
A new book by a British crime expert says New Zealanders have been kept in the dark about the true nature of our crime problem, because politicians and academics have caused most of the soaring crime rate and would prefer the public didn't find out.
Regions are stepping up to protect our ‘100% Pure’ branding in the absence of a clear direction from central government over issues like genetic engineering (GE), the Green Party said today.
The Queenstown Lakes District Council has appointed four people to serve on the new District Licensing Committee.
Air New Zealand today revealed Peter Jackson’s theatrical interpretation of the mythical Dragon Smaug exclusively to the world, ten days ahead of the release of The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug, a production of New Line Cinema and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Pictures.
A large-scale, local government information technology success story involving the Taranaki Regional Council has won a second top award.
Wellington investment company Rangatira today announced its interim result for the six months to 30 September 2013.
As New Zealand’s premier contemporary music festival, Big Day Out has always championed great artists from the musical and visual world. For 2014 we are embracing the art of creating great festival food as part of the expanding BDO experience.
Tourism New Zealand’s "Book of New Zealand" has opened in Los Angeles, showcasing 100% Middle-earth, 100% Pure New Zealand to a crowd of around 200 high-profile international media and special guests.
From rap artists and performance poets to poetry slams and 24-hour poetry marathons, Friday 30 July marks a vintage year for National Poetry Day with more events than ever before happening throughout the country.
In partnership with The Andy Warhol Museum in Pittsburgh, one of the four Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh, Te Papa is presenting Warhol: Immortal an exhibition of the lifework of Andy Warhol in the Visa Platinum Gallery.
Perhaps Hollywood has finally grown as wary of the pathetic crop of modern action heroes as audiences have; this year’s action film trend seems to be resurrecting the badasses of decades past.
It'll be very good news for three players from Auckland and Waitara when they realise they've won a $333,333 share of Lotto's First Division following this evening's draw, says NZ Lotteries' Chief Executive Todd McLeay.
Christchurch Police are treating the death of a teenage girl in a house fire yesterday as a homicide.
Despite a courageous fight back in the second half, which saw them scoring three tries, the Springboks Sevens were outplayed by Fiji who deservedly won their first Dubai Sevens title on Saturday evening. They beat South Africa 29-17 in an absorbing final after leading 19-0 at halftime.
New Zealand television is now a digital-only zone after the analogue signal was switched off by Broadcasting Minister Craig Foss.
What better way to kick off the holiday season than with a surprise windfall from Lotto. Three lucky Lotto players from Auckland Central, Nelson and Mosgiel will jump straight into a pool of cash this summer after winning $666,667 each this weekend.