On Friday 12 June, 80 ambitious young high school entrepreneurs from around the country will compete in the seventh FedEx Express/Junior Achievement International Trade Challenge (FedEx/JA ITC).
Companies with an environmental conscience have had a new avenue of print buying opened up to them by the Pride In Print Industry Development Category winner Live to Print.
South Dunedin residents and property owners affected by last week’s floods will continue to receive support when a Recovery Assistance Centre opens in the area tomorrow.
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Labour leader Andrew Little says while he was in the UK, he "wasn’t there to fan-girl the impending new royal arrival."
New research at Lincoln University suggests biowaste can be utilised on former pine plantations to generate big economic returns.
The Government should continue funding Relationships Aotearoa until such time as there are other providers ready to continue the services they provide, the Green Party said today.
Commission gives clearance to Staples/Office Depot merger The Commerce Commission has given clearance for Staples to acquire all of the outstanding shares of Office Depot, which trades in New Zealand as OfficeMax.
An Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) Decision-making Committee has approved an application to import the biopesticide Blossom Protect, which contains two strains of Aureobasidium pullulans. This is the first application received by the EPA for a pesticide containing these strains.
Minister of Defence Gerry Brownlee’s visit to the Taji military base and an interview on TV One’s Q+A has inadvertently revealed the parlous state of security within the Iraqi base, let alone outside it, says New Zealand First Defence Spokesperson Ron Mark.
It was recovery day for the Junior Springboks on Sunday following their second match at the World Rugby Under-20 Championship, a very physical encounter against Samoa on Saturday evening in Parma.
Workplace Relations and Safety Minister Michael Woodhouse will travel to Geneva, Switzerland to represent the New Zealand Government at this year’s International Labour Conference on 8-9 June 2015.
The Dunedin City Council is urging anyone whose carpets were damaged by floodwater to throw them out or get them professionally cleaned and sterilised for health reasons.
After having their first ever berth in the knockout stage of a FIFA U-20 World Cup confirmed on Saturday, the Men’s U-20s had their opponent locked in on Sunday with the New Zealand side to face Portugal in Hamilton later this week.
Over 600,000 New Zealanders live with a disability in New Zealand. The 2013 Disability Survey, which began this week, will allow these people to have their voices heard.
Aggressive, strong and attacking fullback by day, team kit organiser by night; Brock Messenger is a key cog in the Men’s U-20 wheel as the team head into the knockout phase of the FIFA U-20 World Cup later this week.
A northwest flow over the South Island is expected to strengthen during Monday ahead of an active front.
The Minister of Maori Affairs must seek immediate assurances from the Chair and CEO of Maori Television that editorial independence at Maori TV has not been compromised, says Labour’s Broadcasting spokesperson Clare Curran.
Canterbury Police can name the person who died at the scene following a serious crash at approximately 3.30pm yesterday afternoon.
She was 80 year old Shona McDougall from Timaru.
The death has been referred to the Coroner.