Don’t even think about developing a customer experience strategy for your business unless your organisation is fully committed long-term.
This weekend we observe Easter. The dark days are over. Spring is here. Jesus offers hope. Throw in a fertile rabbit and some promising new eggs. Dip everything in chocolate. We can begin again. We can forgive. The phoenix rises from the ashes and so too, can we. If someone was to make an S.O.S.
A bright and sunny Auckland day was the perfect welcome for the Pork Pie Charity Run as they arrived in the city today, having started their epic week-long journey south from Kaitaia to Invercargill that morning.
On Easter Sunday, a front over the North Island should weaken as it continues to move north and a ridge of high pressure should build over the South Island.The ridge is expected to move quickly away to the east on Monday as a more significant trough approaches from the Tasman Sea, with northerlie
Microsoft New Zealand and the High Tech Youth Network are joining forces this week to encourage young people across the country to learn some basic skills in computer programming as part of Microsoft’s international ‘Week of Code’ campaign.
Hutt Valley Police regret to announce that the 26 year-old man rescued from the sea at Eastbourne on Monday has passed away.
Mr Boobesh Palani died this morning at Wellington Hospital surrounded by friends.
Ever changing weather conditions tested 89 competitors and their BMW machines at the weekend’s final round of the Castrol BMW Race Driver Series held at Hampton Downs.
Foreign Minister Murray McCully today welcomed news that an agreement has been reached which lays out parameters for a deal on Iran’s nuclear programme.
A $100 million philanthropic foundation, established to support and invest in high impact New Zealand-based environmental and education projects, was launched in Auckland today.
Despite the National Government’s claim that New Zealand is progressive on human rights, we’re falling behind on best practice especially in areas of child poverty and equality, said the Green Party today.
Waikato DHB is working with its communities to provide free Sore Throat Management (STM) services across Waikato.
"It’s very concerning that the Government has signed an international trade agreement locking in future rules for government purchasing without giving the public a chance to make submissions," says Ian Powell, Executive Director of the Association of Salaried Medical Specialists (ASMS).
News that Sky, Mediaworks, TVNZ and Spark are threatening legal action against Internet companies shows the importance of the pending Copyright Act review.
This afternoon the Taupo based Greenlea Rescue Helicopter was dispatched to kaimanawa road in the central plateau.
A woman in her fifties who was mountain biking in the tree trunk gorge area fell near the pillers of Hercules injuring her shoulder and elbow.
Anticipation for the mid-April arrival of the all new Kia Sorento in New Zealand has escalated with the flagship SUV receiving a prestigious design award in Europe.
Students from the Wellington Institute of Technology’s School of Hospitality are being put through their paces for selection to compete at this year’s Nestlé Toque d’Or competition.
Canterbury Police executed a planned search warrant for firearms at a residential property in the Linwood suburb of Christchurch at approximately shortly after 7am this morning (2 April 2015).
The timetable for changes to the National Library’s Services to Schools has been released by National Librarian Bill Macnaught.
After refusing leave yesterday for the Rt Hon Winston Peters, the Member for Northland, to introduce a Bill removing the right of paedophiles to name suppression, Social Development Minister Anne Tolley has today described that Bill as "a knee-jerk reaction".