ACT has today released its employment relations policy, which focuses on growing businesses, increasing jobs and increasing incomes.
Otago Volts off-spinner Mark Craig will make his debut for the BLACKCAPS in today’s opening Test against the West Indies.
The BLACKCAPS have won the toss and will bat first at Sabina Park in Kingston, Jamaica.
Invercargill residents are being asked to this week (Tuesday 10 to Friday 13 June) visit a shop in Cambridge Place Arcade to view the design concepts for the upgrade of Esk Street and give their feedback to Council.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement, Five Eyes intelligence sharing and the American Foreign Account Tax Compliance Act have put New Zealand’s sovereignty and independence at risk and must be immediately reviewed, says the Internet Party.
Junior Springboks coach Dawie Theron has selected his strongest available starting line-up for the final Pool C Junior World Championship match against Samoa on Tuesday in Pukekohe.
The country's premier communications award has been won by a Christchurch team from Durning PR and the University of Canterbury.
Police are urging all drivers on State Highway 1 both North and South of Kaikoura to use caution. Due to the weather condition there have been rock falls onto the highway at various locations.
Hamilton City Council Chief Executive Barry Harris has resigned with a leaving date of Friday 17 October 2014.
Mr Harris leaves after three and a half years at Hamilton City Council.
New Zealand men are being encouraged to take simple steps to improve their health status during the annual Men’s Health Week awareness campaign.
An elderly woman has died after being hit by a light truck off Bath Street in the Levin Township earlier this afternoon.
Orange balloon towers are in place in the Jetstar area of Christchurch Airport this week as part of a week-long celebration of the airline’s fifth birthday.
A low over the north Tasman Sea is expected to move southwards and become slow moving west of the upper South Island by midday Monday.
The low will spread a moist northeast flow over New Zealand during, bringing rain to many northern and central areas of New Zealand.
New Zealand’s newest marine reserve in Akaroa Harbour was formally opened today by Conservation Minister Dr Nick Smith, and local MP and Environment Minister Amy Adams to coincide with World Oceans Day.
Nine innovators from across New Zealand have been chosen by a selection panel from Waikato’s entrepreneurship hub SODA Inc. to pitch their innovations at the Fieldays Innovation Den at Fieldays in Hamilton next Thursday (12 June).
The NSW Swifts’ 2014 season is over after losing to Waikato/Bay of Plenty Magic by the narrowest of margins, 50-49, in their sudden-death Minor Semi Final at Allphones Arena today, Sunday 8 June.
Only a week after Greenpeace targeted a Statoil rig heading to the Artic, the Norwegian oil giant has begun oil exploration research off Northland.
Economic Development Minister Steven Joyce told TV One’s Q+A programme that the private sector needs to step up alongside the government to fund Team NZ.
Steven Joyce says he met with the America’s Cup Team NZ board last week at which they asked for more money.
Sir Peter Gluckman told TVNZ’s Q+A programme that it would have been good to have left tuck shop rules in place but the issue is multi-dimensional.
A two car head on crash occurred near Green Island on Dunedin's southern motorway at about 5.53pm on Sunday evening the 8th of June.
Initial indications are that immediately prior to the crash, one of the vehicles was travelling north in the South bound lane.
The Independent Forestry Safety Review Panel was sadden to hear of the death of a Wakefield man crushed by a log while doing maintenance work. "We extend our sympathies to his family, friends and community" Panel Chair George Adams said.