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An airline has been prosecuted for allowing a passenger to fly to New Zealand without getting prior approval from Immigration New Zealand (INZ).
The Chiefs have re-signed halfback and All Black Tawera Kerr-Barlow for the next two years.
Chiefs coach Dave Rennie said the 24 year-old has displayed an amazing work ethic recovering from his horrific injury during an All Blacks match late in 2014.
New TradeMe figures showing average asking prices for houses have gone up by more than $1000 a week over the past year adds to the pile of evidence proving the Government cannot control the housing crisis, Labour’s Housing spokesperson Phil Twyford says.
Spark announced today that the new Huawei P8 is now available in-store and online at www.spark.co.nz, and the first 1000 customers who sign up to a $59 Open Term plan with interest free repayments will get the phone for under $25 per month, an effective $200 discount.
Taranaki swimmer Charlotte Webby has finished 45th in the women’s 10km Open Water Swim at the FINA World Swimming Championships in Russia.
The 27 year old clocked 2:12.41.7 in fine conditions on the Kazanka River in Kazan.
11 June 2009 - An increase in the use of ecstasy may be due to the outlawing of the party pill drug BZP and the bad reputation of P, according to the latest findings of the illicit drugs monitoring work done by Massey University researchers.
The message the National Council of Women of New Zealand (NCWNZ) is sending this International Fetal Alcohol Spectrum (FASD) Disorder Awareness Day, is that drinking even a small amount of alcohol during pregnancy is not worth the risk.
New information released by the Green Party today shows that the Reserve Bank has failed to forecast inflation accurately over the last four years meaning interest rates have been kept higher than necessary, hurting businesses and households.
The endangered Olive Ridley Sea Turtle receiving care at Wellington Zoo’s The Nest Te KÅhanga has gone from strength to strength over the last two weeks.
By Adam Leach, Ovum Practice Leader
A report just released by the Institute of Marriage and Family Canada says that international evidence shows that deaths by assisted suicide and euthanasia have been increasing wherever the practices have been legalised, and that the door is opened to a world of abuse.
Cardrona Alpine Resort’s world-class slopestyle course provided a testing ground for New Zealand’s up and coming freeski and snowboard athletes today as they competed in the International Ski Federation (FIS) Australia New Zealand Cup.
An Auckland man has been convicted and fined $4500 for illegally advertising his services as a plumber and has been ordered to pay solicitor’s costs of $226.00 and court costs of $260.
With Auckland Cup Week upon us, Alexandra Park chief executive Dominque Dowding says talk on course this year is not just about the horses, but stylish new homes with genuine excitement around Alexandra Park’s ‘223 Green Lane West’ urban village development.
Canterbury Police are able to name the victim of a fatal single-vehicle crash that occurred on Grahams Road near Tinwald at around 11pm on Friday 24 July 2015. The driver and sole occupant was confirmed as deceased at the scene. He was 63 year old Terry Henry Munday from Ashburton.
A collection of New Zealand musical scores and CDs are now available globally thanks to the launch of Wai-te-ata Music Press’ online store.
The Press is an initiative of Victoria University of Wellington’s Te KÅkÄ« New Zealand School of Music (NZSM).
Four players have forced their way back into NZ Kiwis contention for this week’s Anzac Test in Brisbane, after missing last year’s Four Nations triumph.
The leaders of both Labour and National will receive membership forms from New Zealand First, along with a message of encouragement to join the party.
‘The latest revelations about the GCSB pose a stark question: is the GCSB’s "trade team" spying on governments with whom New Zealand is negotiating international deals, especially the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA)?’, asked University of Auckland law professor Jane Kelsey.