From Doug Laing, media officer, Shearing Sports New Zealand
Two bright hopefuls on the UK shearing scene will step-out for the first time in Welsh colours on tour when they Open a New Zealand tour at the Tauranga A and P Show on Saturday.
The 2015 New Zealand Dairy Industry Awards has continued to attract large numbers of first time entrants to the awards programme, which aims to help people progress their career in the dairy industry.
Twenty-year-old Matt South is about to start his dream job with Hamilton company Turton/ Oliver Interior Design Ltd.
The last few days of 2014 are set to see high pressure move away from the country, allowing some wetter and windier weather to push back across New Zealand from the Tasman Sea and making it a soggy start to 2015 for some.
A sisters bond knows no bounds.
- EUR/USD slid in response to ongoing oil price weakness (Brent -3%) and ECB executive council member Coeure’s statement that the ECB is in a position to make a decision (on QE) at the January 22 meeting.
Exciting news for mature travellers as Cigna Life Insurance New Zealand launches new travel insurance cover.
Polycom, Inc. (Nasdaq: PLCM) announced today the results of a new survey which analyses how video collaboration solutions are currently being used in business.
A 59-year-old King Country farmer says wearing beacons on a belt while riding quad bikes, particularly in remote rural areas, makes good sense.
At 11:00 this morning the Life Flight Trust responded to Paraparaumu to a diver who had ascended to quickly and was suspected to be suffering from the bends.
Life Flight responded in the Westpac Rescue Helicopter with a Wellington Free Ambulance Paramedic on board.
World famous Japanese all-girl rock band Shonen Knife (meaning "Boy Knife" in Japanese) released their nineteenth album ‘Overdrive’ earlier this year, and this is what they have to say about it: "It’s a very ROCK album!" They’re not kidding -- An album inspired by the hard 70s rock of Thi
The Men’s U-17 side opened their Oceania U-17 Championship campaign on Tuesday with a 6-0 win over Fiji at the JS Blatter Football Complex in Apia, Samoa.
Rural Women New Zealand is concerned for the mental well-being of farmers as they struggle with the current drought.
New Zealand property price growth paused in December, falling just under 1 per cent after reaching a record high in November.
"Smartphone-based taxi technology has provided greater choice for New Zealand consumers, but in some cases could prove illegal under current transport regulations," said ACT Leader David Seymour today.
Motorists are being advised of possible delays at Arthur’s Pass during the next three months as work progresses on the reconstruction and resealing of 600 metres of State Highway 73 west of the township.
By Andy McGechan, www.BikesportNZ.com
Auckland's Ethan Martens is a former national motocross champion and he'd quite like to remove the word "former" from any description of him in the future.
Government Communications Security Bureau Director, Ian Fletcher, is stepping down after three years in the role for family reasons, Minister Responsible for the GCSB, Christopher Finlayson, announced today.
Travel publishers Lonely Planet have just named the Rimutaka Cycle Trail as one of the world’s hottest new travel experiences for 2015.