15 years, over 7,000,000 books and tens of thousands of students ago Alan Duff and Christine Fernyhough envisaged a programme which would help end the cycle of booklessness in New Zealand homes.
Finalists announced in Air New Zealand Cargo Auckland Export Awards 2009
Several new projects, worth $1.5 million in total, range from investigating Antarctic sea ice using drones to improving predictions and understanding of the drivers of New Zealand’s climate.
Canterbury Police are keen to identify the person in the compu sketch as they may be able to provide information that can assist with an ongoing investigation into an attempted abduction of a woman at Coes Ford on 5 December 2015 at around 10pm.
Transaction Services Group (TSG), a global payment solutions provider, has announced another product in its stable - Links Modular Solutions, a leading software solution for leisure centres.
The Optional Protocol to the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities was tabled in the New Zealand Parliament today.
On The Nation: Patrick Gower interviews John Key
Youtube clips from the show are available here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCz0MB0iTsElH5b9c7zuGvsA
England U20s visited local rugby club Jockey Club on the outskirts of Rosario on Sunday June 6 to deliver coaching sessions for junior players of all ages from the club.
Decreased productivity, increased sickness and an inability to fill roles are just some of the effects being felt by businesses from Auckland’s housing crisis, according to the results of a recent survey by leading recruitment agency, Frog Recruitment.
Upper Hutt City Council’s Activation team has acquired the services of Sport Wellington’s Volunteer Strategy Senior Advisor, Ken Allen, to run a free workshop for Upper Hutt’s local clubs and community groups on Monday 18 July.
Government home-building projects are running up against the same problems as private developments, says ACT Leader David Seymour.
Aviation security staff will hold two weeks of industrial action later this month, after unions and their employer were unable to settle a new collective agreement.
Science and Innovation Minister Steven Joyce today announced that entries are invited for the 2016 Prime Minister’s Science Prizes.
Federated Mountain Clubs (FMC) is asking DOC to renege on an undertaking to the aviation industry to increase helicopter landings in Fiordland National Park before it is too late and is asking the Ombudsman to intervene.
New Zealand soprano Anna Leese is coming from Italy to sing one of Kiri Te Kanawa’s favourite roles with Orchestra Wellington.
Leese will sing the role of Countess Madeleine in the glorious closing scene of Richard Strauss’ last opera Capriccio with conductor Marc Taddei.
Southern DHB is getting behind MÄori Language week -Te Wiki O Te Reo MÄori (4 - 10 July) again this year, with a host of celebrations and events planned to help staff improve their understanding and enjoyment of MÄori language and culture.
The Government should be ashamed that it has been left to the country’s retail banks to help teachers and school support staff with financial woes caused by the Novopay debacle, says Nanaia Mahuta.
By Ric Spooner (Chief Market Analyst, CMC Markets)
Faced with the competing influences of increased risk but ongoing low interest rates; international stock markets went risk on last night.
Police are searching for a missing 82-year-old woman in Blenheim.
Eileen Stewart was last seen at Aberleigh Rest Home at 4am this morning.
Eileen has a slim build and is wearing a pink sweat shirt and black trousers.