Kiwis looking to fully capture the moment will now be able to with the Samsung Gear 360 available at Noel Leeming - the first retailer in the country to sell the spherical camera which captures 360 degree video and photo.
A new report by the International Transport Forum (ITF) shows New Zealand is leading the world in its approach to regulating app-based transport services, Associate Transport Minister Craig Foss says.
Empowered Christchurch and the South Brighton Residents' Association last week sent an appeal to the Attorney-General of New Zealand, Hon. Christopher Finlayson QC, requesting an extension to the limitation period under the Limitation Act 2010 for claims relating to the Canterbury earthquakes.
New Plymouth District Council has confirmed its participation in the Local Government New Zealand (LGNZ) Vote2016 campaign to increase nationwide voter participation in the October local elections to more than 50 per cent.
The Royal New Zealand Artillery will fire guns at dawn in several North Island locations and demonstrate their skills with a gun run in Palmerston North to mark 300 years since the formation of Britain’s Royal Artillery.
A team of six Para-Athletes have today been selected by Paralympics New Zealand (PNZ) to represent New Zealand in Para-Athletics at the Rio 2016 Paralympic Games this September.
The Global from Day One (GD1) Fund II has raised NZ$38 million - NZ$5 million more than its first close target.
National is making a mockery of the Budget process by dangling the promise of tax cuts but failing to include them in the Budget, says Labour’s Finance spokesperson Grant Robertson.
New Zealand Post today launched a nationwide postcode reminder campaign to 1.6 million householders.
It’s been a tumultuous week of weather, with thunderstorms, tornadoes, snow, heavy rain and severe gales affecting the country.
Global infrastructure company Opus International Consultants (Opus), has been named Company of the Year by the New Civil Engineer (NCE) at this year’s NCE100 Awards in London.
Today, Peter and Anya Hutson confirmed that they have accepted Abano’s offer for its 50% holding in Bay Audio International, a growing audiology retail network operating in Australia and with a smaller footprint in South East Asia.
The Government must ensure next week’s Budget stops the squeeze on middle New Zealand and delivers shared prosperity for all New Zealanders, Leader of the Opposition Andrew Little says.
If you don’t have a strong stomach, maybe this documentary is not for you. Especially if you are an animal lover. On second thoughts - watch it anyway.
A south to southwest flow covers New Zealand, and a low is expected to deepen east of the South Island tomorrow (Monday). Periods of rain are expected to affect Southland and Otago today and tomorrow, with heavy falls.
Northern have grabbed outright lead in the Beko Netball League and captain Jessica Bourke has one eye already on the grand final.
Queenstown Police are investigating a break-in at Queenstown Resort College on Saturday night.
The offender/s caused a signficant amount of damage to rooms and property inside the building.
She’s instantly recognisable on the Netball court with her long curly red hair scooped up into a bun or pony tail and while new Kia Magic recruit Samantha Sinclair certainly stands out, it’s her athletic ability and on-court skill for which she will ultimately be talked about.