As some areas of Auckland continue to wait for power to be restored, there are health concerns over food premises and residents using food that may be spoiled.
Sport Wellington has announced a new major partnership in conjunction with their award winning event Wellington Round the Bays.
"The Hills has the loveliest aesthetics, the most impressive conditioning and the best ambience of all New Zealand golf courses."
Piece of Paradise
The Westpac McDermott Miller Employment Confidence Index rose to 111.5 in the September quarter, from 109.9 in the June quarter. This is the highest level for the index since September 2008.
The Trans Pacific Partnership will be a hot topic when the members of the Five Nations Beef Alliance get together in Texas this week.
One of the ‘farmiest’ ever Ambury Farm Days hosted at Ambury Regional Park entertained more than 20,000 people this year.
On 6 October 2014, the Electoral Commission referred MediaWorks for statements made on election day by an announcer on its station, George FM.
The Invercargill Library is providing a series of free workshops for elderly people, including social media training, as part of the celebration of Greats and Grands Month 2014.
National ignored official advice and is spending less than half what was originally recommended by the Ministry of Transport on urban cycleways, the Green Party has revealed today.
Rainbow Wellington applauds 60 Minutes’ coverage of The Bingham Cup, gay rugby’s world cup, held in Sydney in August (Prime TV, 29/9/14). The New Zealand Rugby Union’s contribution to that programme is less meritorious, says Rainbow Wellington Chair Rawa Karetai.
A massive boost for learner drivers has been unveiled by the NZ Automobile Association today.
With an investment of more than $2 million, AA Ignition offers new learner drivers three free driving lessons, delivering the best possible kick-start towards staying safe behind the wheel.
Auckland’s volcanic field is being used in a new study to determine whether ground or surface water, and therefore life, may have existed on Mars.
Vector wishes to advise that crews have managed to restore further customers overnight.
They have restored all of St Heliers, all residential customers in Mt Wellington and half of Remuera.
Today on World Animal Day (Saturday 4 October), World Animal Protection highlights the worst types of suffering endured by wild animals in the tourism industry; as well as Kiwi attitudes against this form of animal cruelty.
As power is gradually restored Auckland City Police continue to work alongside their partner agencies to ensure public safety.
History students and creative writing students at the University of Waikato will learn from the best with best-selling author Stephanie Johnson as their teacher.
Saturday 18 October will see the 2014 Husqvarna National Tree Climbing Championships take place in Rotorua. Arborists from across the country, and Rotorua locals alike, will have the opportunity to see a number of World Champion Tree Climbers in action.
US bombshell Kherington Payne has been announced today to play Sasha, the female lead in the upcoming multi-million dollar local hip-hop feature film ‘Born to Dance’.
Winner of the New Zealand Superbike TT and Geoff Perry Trophy last weekend, Christchurch racer Dennis Charlett is living up to his Dennis the Menace reputation.
18 August 2009 - A major redevelopment and refurbishment is about to begin at the Princess of Wales Children's Health Camp in Rotorua.