National are now the only major political party not supporting increased funding for aged care providers so they can pay their 30,000 caregivers $17.50 per hour, the same rate the Government pays their caregivers.
The OFC Futsal Championship Invitational 2014 couldn’t have started better for New Zealand on Tuesday as the Futsal Whites overcame last year’s demons to record a 4-1 victory over Malaysia in New Caledonia.
Family First NZ says that the price of budget shopping for a family has increased well above the food price index of 3.3% and could be closer to 12%.
Auckland travel patterns challenge the need to fund Mayor Len Brown’s election promises, according to an Auckland councillor.
Dick Quax said research commissioned by the Ministry of Transport demonstrated what Aucklanders have known all along.
LifeChoice Victoria will be awaiting the outcome of Wednesday's Special General Meeting (SGM) at Auckland University with interest.
The swine flu pandemic and climate change were the two biggest science-related issues covered in the New Zealand media in 2009, according to the Science Media Centre's Media Tracker report published today.
MasterCard Incorporated on 3 August 2009 announced strong second quarter 2009 growth for the Asia/Pacific, Middle East & Africa (APMEA) region.
Witnesses are helping police to piece together events in Palmerston North last night during which shots were fired. It is believed however that there are other witnesses who have yet to speak to police and people locally who clearly know what was behind the shooting.
The Public Service Association (PSA) is deeply disturbed by allegations in Nicky Hager’s new book Dirty Politics that one of John Key’s staff helped blogger Cameron Slater to attack public servants questioning the disastrous restructuring at MFAT.
This campaign is bitter. People are burning effigies of the Prime Minister, holding Nuremberg-type rallies and destroying billboards.
But why is it bitter?
Vodafone has confirmed that its voluntary tender offer for security and telematics provider Cobra Automotive Technologies S.p.A. ("Cobra") was settled on 8 August 2014.
The weather sure is looking to step up a notch on Thursday across New Zealand as a vigorous southwesterly front moves through. In true ‘spring-like‘ nature the weather settles down over Friday and Saturday with a high rolling in Sunday / Monday and warmer weather next week.
Highlands Motorsport Park in Cromwell today (August 13 2014) announced New Zealand’s iconic Race to the Sky motorsport hill climb will return next year under new management after an eight year hiatus.
Popular children’s magazines are contributing to unhealthy food marketing to children and adolescents, according to research from the University of Auckland.
There is only a short time left to get your free influenza vaccination against the flu strains circulating this year.
Author Nicky Hager’s book is a most disappointing expose that reveals a Nixonian element arising in New Zealand politics, says New Zealand First.
Economic Development Minister Steven Joyce has congratulated Palmerston North City Council and Spearhead Manawatu on successfully securing investment from the Ports of Auckland, the Port of Napier, and IcePak, for a new Inland Port and intermodal freight hub for the city and the region.
A disturbed southwest flow is expected to intensify over New Zealand on Thursday, bringing cold temperatures and rising the southwesterlies to gale in many places. Snow is expected to lower to near sea level in the far south.
BMW is continuing its 2014 new model offensive and has released official pricing for the all-new 4 Series Gran Coupe, which will be available as either a 428i Sport Line or more powerful, six-cylinder 435i M Sport.