Star chef Michael Van de Elzen is on a mission to make breakfast a more exciting time of day. One of the stars of TV One’s Kiwi Living, Michael has teamed up with Weet-Bix to inspire Kiwi families to eat a Better Brekkie.
When searching for their ideal romantic partner, Kiwis are less interested in good looks and intelligence than they are in honesty and a sense of humour.
The rise of widespread cooperation among large human groups has puzzled scholars for centuries but now scientists think they may have identified a key factor: fear of punishment by an all-seeing, all-knowing god.
The Ministry of Education boss Peter Hughes seems to be under some kind of illusion if he holds the view that "most kids do have a device", says Labour’s Associate Education spokesperson Jenny Salesa.
New Zealand First is urging Conservation Minister Maggie Barry not to approve the introduction of silver carp to a fish farm near Taupo.
Global infrastructure consultancy, Opus International Consultants (Opus) has appointed Katie Mills in the role of General Manager Marketing and Communications.
The Prime Minister today introduced a new element of misinformation when he claimed I spent all my time up in Northland on my fishing boat, fishing, says New Zealand First Leader and Member of Parliament for Northland Rt Hon Winston Peters.
This year’s Coast to Coast looms as one of the most competitive in years with Whakatane multisport athlete Sam Clark and Nelson’s Elina Ussher the leading contenders for one day honours.
Mindfulness is everywhere. It is like a disease running rampant through society. It seems to have pervaded almost all spheres of life including work, study and personal development. Perhaps, unsurprisingly, it is also flavour of the month in the health and weight-loss industry.
New Zealand First is sick and tired of being labelled racist and xenophobic over the Auckland housing crisis, says New Zealand First.
Justice Minister Amy Adams has today tabled the Law Commission’s report on modernising New Zealand’s Extradition and Mutual Assistance laws.
Private New Zealand aerospace company Rocket Lab completed its final ground-based test today and is now ready to launch New Zealand into the space race with its Atea-1 launch vehicle.
The High Court appeal by Federated Farmers against local level oversight of GMOs is misguided and damaging to New Zealand's future export success.
It's official! Honda's new sporty coupe, the CRZ, is number one in the motoring world?as confirmed by its status as Wheels Magazine's Car of the Year 2011.
US-based digital director at the Solutions Project and until recently director of community engagement at the Story of Stuff, Allison Cook will bring an international flavour and expertise in online education to the 2016 New Zealand Association for Environmental Education conference.
Senior National Party ministers who mock the idea of free post-school education for New Zealanders are hypocrites, Opposition Leader Andrew Little says.
Every city has it dark corners which always seem more eerie in the night time hours.
Nationally acclaimed artist Daniel Unverricht, who grew up in Hastings, likes to investigate those "unsettling urban and suburban spaces" and then bring them alive on canvas.
Canterbury Police can confirm that the search of a residential property in Wigram has now been completed.
No further arrests have been made today.
The Dominion Post’s recent cover story (9 February) pays tribute to the tragic passing of beautiful young toddler Ataahua, who died of bronchiectasis just shy of three years of age.
"OVERSEER is a tool that has given a great deal to the agriculture sector and will keep giving for the foreseeable future," says Caroline Read the General Manager of OVERSEER. "It’s a gift that keeps giving," she says.