To educate the public about its work, the Aviation Security Service (‘Avsec’) on Tuesday launched collectible cards detailing each of the its highly trained explosive detector dogs (EDD) working to protect our nation’s airports and skies.
Kiwi swim stars Lauren Boyle and Matthew Stanley scored wins on the second night of finals at the Queensland championships in Brisbane last night.
Cigna New Zealand has announced the appointment of Mary-Jane Daly to its New Zealand Board as an Independent Director.
Ms Daly brings a wealth of industry experience having held numerous directorships and senior leadership roles across the insurance and finance sectors.
DairyNZ chief executive Tim Mackle says cruel and illegal practices are not in any way condoned or accepted by the industry as part of dairy farming.
"The vast majority of farmers care about their animals and we are committed to farming to very high standards.
The winners of the 2016 New Zealand Open Source Awards were announced at a gala dinner in Wellington last night.
The winners for each category were:
Government: Digital NZ, an initiative that seeks to help people find, share, and use NZ digital content.
The new General Manager of Hui E! Community Aotearoa is Anaru Fraser.
Every year, Upper Hutt and Hutt City Councils provide a collection day for household hazardous waste. This is an opportunity for Hutt Valley residents to safely dispose of hazardous waste they may have around their properties.
The State Services Commission has just released its second Open Government Partnership National Action Plan. It was submitted several months late, and critics say it is unambitious in its targets.
Bill Shepherd has been elected unopposed to chair a new-look Northland Regional Council for the next three years.
If the Government was delivering a comprehensive plan to fix the housing crisis, it is unlikely that the Reserve Bank would be continuing to pursue debt to income limits for lending for housing, says Labour’s Finance spokesperson Grant Robertson.
A sudden drop in the number of workplace interventions by the Labour Inspectorate suggests that the Government isn’t doing enough to support the basic rights of people at work, the Green Party said today.
Patrick Brus has resigned from the role of Chief Corporate Services Officer for Comvita Limited.
Police are attending a fatal crash on State Highway 99, near Wallacetown, involving a car and motorcycle.
State Highway 99 is closed at Wallacetown and Steel Road and Underwood-Linds Bridge Road is also partially closed.
The latest Toyota Landcruiser 70 single cab chassis has hit the market with a 5 star ANCAP safety rating, jumping up two stars after a number of upgrades.
Nominations for the Fonterra Board of Directors’ Independent Nomination Process candidates and the Shareholders’ Council, Directors’ Remuneration Committee, and Fonterra Farmer Custodian Trustee elections closed at 12 noon today.
The report commissioned by Recorded Music NZ, APRA AMCOS and The NZ Music Commission with the support of NZ On Air, Te Mangai Paho, Creative NZ, Independent Music NZ and The Music Managers Forum was conducted by PwC.
The Government must give the Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) more inspectors, resources and independence so it can do its job, the Green Party said today after tonight’s release of new footage of the mistreatment of bobby calves.
From tomorrow, the public will have its chance to have a say on how best to manage what is arguably New Zealand’s most important and complex river system.
Around $4 million will be invested to build a total of 11 new classrooms at six Waikato schools, Education Minister Hekia Parata announced today.
The schools are:
Raglan Area School - two new classrooms
Whatawhata School - two new classrooms