World Sailing announced today that Auckland, New Zealand has been confirmed as the host venue for the 2016 Youth Sailing World Championships.
ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 finalists Australia and New Zealand have retained the top two positions on the MRF Tyres ICC ODI Team Rankings following the annual update. Results from 2012-13 have been dropped, while results from 2014-15 have been reduced to a weighting of 50 per cent.
Dental professionals across New Zealand are encouraged to apply for one of 12 Community Service Grants to provide support and access to oral care services and education for at-risk communities in New Zealand and the Pacific.
Dimension Data, the USD $7.5 billion global ICT solutions and services provider, today announced the appointment of John Lombard as Chief Executive Officer of Dimension Data Asia Pacific.
Although UnitedFuture today voted in favour of the Healthy Homes Guarantee Bill, allowing it to be sent to Select Committee. UnitedFuture leader, Peter Dunne, says a rethink is needed when it comes to the issue of ensuring healthy homes and healthy families.
The Hon. Jillian Skinner MP, Minister for Health, NSW Government announced the eHealth Strategy for NSW Health 2016 - 2026 at CeBIT Australia, the largest and longest running business technology event in the Asia-Pacific region, 2 - 4 May 2016.
If you’re gluten free, breakfast can be your most difficult meal of the day.
Well not any more. Kellogg’s is expanding its range to include for the first time gluten free versions of two of its favourite breakfast cereals - Special K Gluten Free and Corn Flakes Gluten Free.
New figures released ahead of the Australian Federal Budget show New Zealand small businesses are performing better than those across the ditch, according to leading accounting software developer MYOB.
New Zealand’s top players in the ICT industry turned out in force tonight (Tuesday 3 May) at the launch the Wellington ICT Graduate School.
A wide-ranging tax Bill introduced today proposes technical changes to improve, strengthen and update our tax rules so they continue to work well for taxpayers, says Revenue Minister Michael Woodhouse.
Corrections is better utilising technology to improve the safety of community Corrections staff and hold offenders to account Corrections Minister Judith Collins says.
Southern District Health Board is celebrating Immunisation Week (May 2-8) along with the rest of New Zealand with the theme of ‘protecting baby starts in pregnancy’.
Parents are having to fork out even more for their kids’ education after the Government cut school funding per student by $150 in the past year, Labour’s Education spokesperson Chris Hipkins says.
Defence Minister Gerry Brownlee will today arrive in Stuttgart, Germany, following his first visit to NZ Defence Force (NZDF) troops at South Camp in Egypt's Sinai Peninsula, and the Golan Heights in Israel.
The MÄori Party is concerned children’s lives are not being valued appropriately in the Justice system.
MÄori Party Co-leader Te Ururoa Flavell said the loss of a child’s life must be taken seriously and that the lives of tamariki should not be bargained over in Court.
David Crawford, Chief Executive Officer of the Motor Industry Association says "healthy regional economies in Auckland and Christchurch combined with continued strong net immigration and competitive pricing drove the strongest new vehicles registrations in the month of April since 1982.
The Community Leadership Fund - Hapori Whakatipu, will benefit communities across New Zealand by strengthening the level of support available to organisations providing leadership and capability building, says Community and Voluntary Sector Minister Jo Goodhew.
More and more people are living alone, most often because they are divorced, separated, or widowed, according to new research by Statistics New Zealand.
Mother of Kiwi detainee blames Serco for the death of her son, Robert Peihopa.