The fiscal benefits of compulsory superannuation and a higher retirement age, along with a potential broadening of the tax base need to be considered by the next New Zealand government, according to a paper launched today by Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand.
The Labour Party sends its heartfelt condolences to the whÄnau of former MP Dave Hereora who passed away yesterday.
A University of Canterbury PhD student is investigating to see if micronutrients help children with Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), and improve their social skills and cognitive functions.
InternetNZ has reacted favourably to Telecom's proposal that speed limits be increased on the new Ultra-fast Broadband networks being built around New Zealand.
‘Greg Norman, Jack Nicklaus, and Tom Watson think that the golf ball goes too far, and they're not shy about telling people either.’ So writes Eric Barzeski at The Sand Trap in an article dated July 11 2005.
Treaty negotiator, Te Oranganui Chief Executive and former head of the Whanganui River Maori Trust Board, Nancy Tuaine, has stepped up to the challenge of Election 2014, by announcing her candidacy for the Whanganui Electorate General Seat.
The interim decision of the Board of Inquiry giving interim approval for the re-zoning of land at Ruakura represents a transformative opportunity for Waikato business, says Kim Campbell, chief executive of the Employers and Manufacturers Association.
Air New Zealand has now completed its review of all aspects surrounding the delays to flight NZ9 from Honolulu to Auckland last week, including the airline’s management of the event.
More people are working and unemployment has fallen to 5.6 percent according to the latest figures from Statistics New Zealand.
The NZL Sailing Team’s big guns went racing today in Rio at the Olympic Sailing Test Event (Aquece Rio - International Sailing Regatta 2014) with some solid results.
Waikato District Health Board's Public Health Service Population Health has to date (6 August 2014) been notified of 124 confirmed measles cases, up eight on a week ago.
When Plunket launched its ‘Build a Bus’ fundraising drive for one new mobile clinic, it got more than it bargained for.
By Bob McCoskrie - National Director, Family First NZ
I won't be wearing a white ribbon on November 25th. Don't get me wrong - I would be the first in line to condemn violence against women, and the first to be held to account for my own actions and attitudes.
The Greens Party yesterday announced as a key part of its election platform that it would be supporting families by seeking to extend the 20 hours’ free early childhood education (ECE) subsidy to 2-year-old children.
National MPs on Parliament’s Social Services Select Committee have wimped out on cleaning up slum boarding houses, says Labour’s housing spokesperson Phil Twyford.
New Zealand A has seen their One Day match against Sri Lanka A finish in no result, after rain ruined the opening fixture of the two sides’ Tri-series with the England Lions in the UK.
The New Zealand Commonwealth Games Team has wrapped up a successful campaign in Glasgow.
Singapore Airlines will operate seasonal services to Sapporo during December 2014 and January 2015 to meet expected demand during the peak winter travel season.
The Labrador retriever was once again the most popular dog breed in the country with over 41 thousand registered in the 2013/14 registration year. On the top five list are the Huntaway (31,385); Border collie (23,190); and Jack Russell Terrier (18,658).
"Internet MANA is not ruling out the possibility of a entering into coalition with Labour after the election", said Internet MANA leader Hone Harawira with tongue firmly in cheek, after Labour leader David Cuniliffe said it was ‘highly unlikely’ that either he or Laila Harre would be offered