John Key must come clean about what he knew and what he has done about New Zealand becoming a haven for rich foreign investors looking to hide their fortunes in secret trust accounts, Opposition Leader Andrew Little says.
Applications for the latest round of ManawatÅ« River Leaders’ Accord grants are now open to assist community groups with projects that will increase engagement and improve water quality in the catchment.
Cardrona Alpine Resort are celebrating a successful summer season, after operations closed yesterday.
The New Zealand Defence Force’s (NZDF) offshore patrol vessel HMNZS OTAGO is supporting Environment Southland in carrying out a four-day compliance patrol in Fiordland starting today.
As summer officially draws to a close, Coastguard’s 'Old4New Lifejacket Upgrade Campaign' team also drew their campaign - to outfit boaties with the latest in safety gear - to a close in February.
Tomorrow, as Fonterra begins arguing its case for a massive coal-fired expansion of its Studholme milk powder plant near Waimate, South Canterbury, its offices and plants in other parts of the country will see protests calling on the company to quit coal.
11Ants Analytics is being touted as New Zealand’s next potential global software player.
The journey towards better health and safety practices in the workplace starts tomorrow with the new Health and Safety at Work Act coming into force, says Workplace Relations and Safety Minister Michael Woodhouse.
An American tramper and an injured hunter have avoided potentially lengthy stays in the bush after activating locator beacons in two separate incidents this afternoon (Sunday, 3 April 2016).
Howick Bowling Club was in high spirits today for the final round of the National Intercentre for 2016. Dodging the weather the spectators were treated to some tight heads and inspirational bowling.
Local businesses should make sure they are across changes to health and safety, employment and parental leave legislation that will affect every office, factory, shop and workplace in the country says leading online accountancy software provider MYOB.
Foreign Minister Murray McCully travels to the Middle East this weekend for meetings in the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, and Kuwait.
New figures put paid to the Government’s claim that crime levels are falling as burglaries are happening more and more often, says Labour’s Police Spokesperson Stuart Nash.
Most interest on day three of Women’s Basketball Championship (WBC) play in Nelson on Sunday centred around which team would claim the sixth and final play-off spot.
Labour leader Andrew Little told TV One’s Q+A programme that he stands by his threats to ‘stiff-arm’ the banks into passing OCR cuts on to customers.
Richie McCaw and the rest of the Cure Kids team had a silent overnight bike ride through the Richmond Range into their second day in GODZone Chapter Five.
A group of public health professors from New Zealand universities have signed an open letter to the Cabinet calling for stronger child obesity prevention measures from the Government.
A new book has just been published that surveys the ground-breaking collaborations between choreographers, composers, artists and dancers on the pre-war stage in Paris, France.
Buoyant and formidable West Indies stands in the way as Australia bids to win a fourth successive ICC World Women’s Twenty20 title when the final is played at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata on Sunday.
Greens co-leader says "our Prime Minister lied to the country" about jihadi brides and in doing so inspired fear of the Muslim community