Tranz Metro services on the Kapiti Line between Wellington and Porirua have returned to normal scheduling.
Dr Jennifer Moore from Otago’s Law Faculty, and the Department of Preventive and Social Medicine, has won a prestigious Harkness Fellowship in Healthcare Policy and Practice.
UK sensor developers interested in collaborating with local researchers, businesses, city planners and systems engineers on smart city projects will be in New Zealand next week.
The Waimakariri Zone Committee will meet in Rangiora on Monday (2 March) for its regular monthly meeting to address local water management issues.
Primary Industries Minister Nathan Guy has welcomed the commissioning of a new report to examine the potential of water storage and infrastructure in Northland.
The Green Party is calling for cross-party support to agree on a system of indexing MPs’ salary movements to median income, following the announcement of a significant pay rise for MPs, the Green Party said today.
On 19 February, the New Zealand Sport and Recreation Awards Judging Panel met in Auckland to select winners in six categories: Event Excellence, Community Impact, Communication Excellence, Innovation Excellence, Commercial Partnership and the C.K. Doig Leadership Award.
This Saturday WeatherWatch.co.nz will provide special updates as the Black Caps take on the Aussies at Eden Park.
All week WeatherWatch.co.nz has been forecasting a mainly dry day for Saturday and the forecast hasn't changed.
The need for an effective regional-wide mechanism for the recognition of qualifications to facilitate greater labour mobility among the countries negotiating the Pacific Agreement on Closer Economic Relations (PACER) Plus was discussed at a seminar on Mutual Recognition of Qualifications at the C
Almost 100 companies in New Zealand have been nominated for The BACS Good Business Egg Awards 2015 and now the challenge is to take the remaining 53 that have secured a place in the second round into a short list.
Christchurch cyclist Michael Vink is keen to use Sunday’s opening round of the Calder Stewart Cycling Series as a tester of his form before he heads to Europe to race.
An active southerly change that moved across the South Island and lower North Island on Wednesday continues to move northwards during Thursday, bringing some showers and cooler weather to the east of the North Island.
A greater focus on biodiversity will be a feature of the Otago Regional Council’s proposed Long Term Plan (LTP), which sets the council’s priorities for the next 10 years.
Napier’s McLean Park is expecting a big crowd after confirmation the Melbourne Storm will host a ‘home’ game against St George Illawarra at the iconic ground.
Melbourne Storm has today announced that it will play the NRL Premiership game at McLean Park on 25 July.
After nine years leading Mainland Football, CEO Mike Coggan has resigned from his position to pursue a new role as Chief Executive of Otago Cricket.
New Zealand surgeons are leading the way in cataract surgery outcomes with local clinical trials of a new cataract lens technology proven to give people with cataracts an extended range of vision and a higher level of independence from eyeglasses.
Preparations are getting underway to repair the earthquake-damaged Evans Pass section of Sumner Road and re-open this vital link between Lyttelton and the Summit Road.
By Michael McCarthy (chief market strategist, CMC Markets)
‘Genius Intelligence: Secret techniques and Technologies to Increase IQ,’ by prolific New Zealand father-and-son writing team Lance and James Morcan, has dominated Amazon’s bestseller lists since its publication as a Kindle ebook in December.
Invited guests gathered at Lake Koromatua on Thursday 19th February for the official launch of Willows and Alders: Best practice guidelines for Willow and Alder control for riparian restoration for the Waikato River.This innovative new publication was produced by NZ Landcare Trust and Waikato Rau