West Indies Women 181-8 (Stefanie Taylor 36, Kycia Knight 30, Suzie Bates 2-25) lost to White Ferns 184-1 after 29.3 overs (Suzie Bates 95-, Sara McGlashan 60-) by nine wickets
The Justice and Corrections budgets will make a saving of well over $100 million annually under ALCP policy.
As the Minister responsible for the Security Intelligence Service, John Key needs to front up to New Zealanders about the increasingly murky process surrounding Kim Dotcom's residency, Labour's Associate Intelligence and Security Spokesperson Grant Robertson said.
The government has ignored the overwhelming concerns of New Zealanders in its bid to quash the political independence of the teaching profession.
The Education Amendment Bill has been reported back to the House with a recommendation that it be passed.
Many Kiwis consider travel insurance a luxury good and don’t take out a policy when going on holiday. However, if disaster strikes and you don’t have the proper coverage, you may be liable for damages that you cannot afford or did not foresee.
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Latest data showing New Zealanders’ power bills have risen 2.3 percent in the last year show National has failed families and households, the Green Party said today.
The Melbourne Vixens have today confirmed that shooter Erin Hoare has decided not to return to the team in 2015.
The 25-year-old joined the Vixens in 2013 after a standout season for the Victorian Fury in the Australian Netball League.
Women all over New Zealand will join forces in celebration of breastfeeding, taking part in The Big Latch On, the 2nd and 3rd of August.
‘The most opaque round of talks on the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement to date ended in Ottawa yesterday.
Significant enhancements to ANZ’s goMoney mobile banking application make it even easier to use on iPads and Android tablets.
The new improvements to New Zealand's top ranked finance app include:
Just four days after calling Labour’s ICT Garage Grants ‘off the planet’ Steven Joyce has supported the policy and trumpeted funding for ICT entrepreneurs, Labour’s ICT spokesperson Clare Curran says.
There was a time when cancer survivor Claudia Little could only dream of having a trip to a hair salon with her famous aunt Lorraine Downes. During her treatment for a Wilms Tumour after diagnosis in June 2009 at age four, Claudia lost all of her long blond locks.
For the first time since 2008, the Crusaders are hosting a Super Rugby semi-final and supporters can buy their tickets at 9am tomorrow.
Ben Matulino made his return from injury last week and now the experienced Thomas Leuluai has been confirmed for his comeback appearance in another boost as the Vodafone Warriors prepare to face Brisbane at Suncorp Stadium on Saturday (7.30pm kick-off local time; 9.30pm NZT).
New Zealand First has positively responded to the New Zealand Aged Care Association’s call for increased funding for caregiver wages.
Little wonder when you have some Real Estate agents charging 1% commission whilst others are changing 4%.
“Impressive,” Kuchar said when asked for his impressions of Woods. “He’s recovering well. His game is still impressive.”
Air quality in Invercargill over the weekend reached a new high, which is a new low when it comes to meeting the government’s National Environmental Standard for Air Quality.
New Zealand’s regional economies are milking the dairy industry, taking $14.3 billion in total in 2013-14 - a 40 percent increase in earnings - DairyNZ figures show.