A new initiative to encourage Chinese computer science students to study in New Zealand has won funding from the International Education Growth Fund held by Education New Zealand.
The Hawke’s Bay District Health Board is encouraging MÄori women to attend breast and/or cervical screening with the launch of Taku WÄhine Purotu.
Food prices rose 1.2 percent in January 2014, and were up 0.9 percent on a year earlier, Statistics New Zealand said today.
Community and Voluntary Sector Minister Jo Goodhew has today announced $1.27 million investment in the development of a solid support infrastructure for emerging social enterprises.
Vodafone New Zealand and network specialist Ciena Corporation have completed a successful field trial of 400Gb/s data transmission over an existing optical link carrying live network traffic.
The NZ Transport Agency says road resurfacing maintenance work will start next Wednesday (19 February) and continue for about a week at seven separate sites on State Highway 2 north of Katikati.
The BLACKCAPS have lost the toss and will bat first in the second ANZ Test against India at the Hawkins Basin Reserve in Wellington starting today.
Waikato Police are heralding the actions of members of the public whose actions they say prevented a potential tragedy on a busy expressway on Wednesday.
Cam and Amy Cole will be attempting to become the first husband and wife pair to win New Zealand Mountain Bike titles in Rotorua this weekend.
Lotto Powerball has jackpotted to an epic $23 million this weekend, giving players the chance to win enough money to make every day Valentine’s Day.
Auckland Council is introducing a programme to foster greater gender and ethnic diversity at board level, Deputy Mayor Penny Hulse announced today.
Statistics New Zealand survey results show Auckland could be better prepared in the event of an emergency.
There are easy steps Aucklanders can take to become better prepared says Jeremy Holman from Auckland Council Civil Defence and Emergency Management.
Rt Hon Winston Peters has confirmed that he met Kim Dotcom three times in the last two years and has asked the Prime Minister to explain how he knew about the meetings.
Latest figures highlight the value of The Hobbit Trilogy to Wellington while reaffirming the city’s position as New Zealand’s film capital.
The Council of Trade Unions has spoken out strongly against the proposed amendments to the Human Rights Act at the Justice and Electoral Select Committee today.
Auckland rocker Jamie Rowe wants a tree planted on One Tree Hill and he’s willing to do it himself. "I’d go and do it myself, but there have been numerous attempts in the last 13 years and the council keep removing them.
Statistics New Zealand survey results released today confirm the trend of more and more households being prepared for emergencies but, overall, the total is still low.
Waterloo Business Park is proud to welcome four major Christchurch companies to the business park in Islington.
In the event of a natural disaster, 22 percent of New Zealanders believe they have the basic preparations necessary to get through.