My recent visit to the North Island Amateur Champs at Muriwai unexpectedly gave me an opportunity to see some of the lovely lassies often featured in NZ’s glossy golf mags like The Cut.
NZEI Te Riu Roa says many schools and early childhood centres struggle to meet the needs of deaf children because of a lack of resources for adequate training of teachers and support staff.
North Shore Police have tonight charged a man with an attack on a female jogger in Devonport in April.
The woman was running along Lake Road on the evening of 22 April when she was indecently assaulted.
International Education will be a key focus of discussions when Tertiary Education, Skills and Employment Minister Steven Joyce visits Japan and Korea next week.
New Zealand Young Farmers (NZYF) in conjunction with Beef + Lamb New Zealand and DiaryNZ offers a number of agricultural programmes that highlight and promote career opportunities for young people in the Primary Industry.
A top Australian astronomer will visit Wellington next week to give a public lecture on one of the world’s largest science projects.
The Maori Party says that the Labour Party has jeopardised the process for selecting the CEO for Maori Television as well as future employment prospects of one individual by asking questions in the house and putting employment information and hearsay in the public arena while the process of selec
The Conservation Minister is postponing action on Maui’s dolphin protection when action is needed immediately, the Green Party said today.
Pacific Island Affairs Minister Hekia Parata says the Pacific business community is playing a key role in New Zealand’s economic future by inspiring and mentoring the next generation of Pacific business leaders.
Entries for one of the largest art competitions for rural children are starting to pour in, but it all started with a "cool" calf named Boots from Canterbury.
Communications and Information Technology Minister Amy Adams has made it clear to Transfield Services that she expects the company to pay its contractors as quickly as possible.
UK legend Nik Kershaw is jetting to New Zealand in late October for five intimate acoustic shows in Auckland, Leigh, Wellington, Nelson and Christchurch.
Upper Hutt City Council’s innovative Xplorer web application has been further improved with the introduction of HTML5 viewer capability. Demand has been increasing from both ratepayers and businesses to access this valuable information through mobile devices.
Deaf Aotearoa applauds the findings from the Human Rights Commission’s Inquiry into the use and promotion of New Zealand Sign Language "A New Era in the Right to Sign: Report of the New Zealand Sign Language Inquiry".
Over 60% of New Zealand law students believe their studies have resulted in high stress levels, according to a New Zealand Law Students’ Association national survey.
A Member’s bill ensuring all new base-load electricity generation is from renewable sources has failed its first reading in Parliament, proving National’s claims to support a 90 per cent renewable energy target by 2020 are just an empty slogan, Labour’s Energy spokesperson and the Bill’s
Did you know before roads, Maori and early white settlers used the waterways around Auckland much like we do highways in 2013?
A quarter of a century of pioneering wilderness adventure on one of New Zealand’s most distinctive waterways will be celebrated by Dart River Jet , Ngai Tahu Tourism and friends later this month.
Booking activities and attractions around New Zealand has just become easier with GrabOne’s new website, GoBook.
GoBook acts as a ‘virtual travel information centre’ enabling users to browse, compare and book experiences with reputable Kiwi businesses in one handy location.