Failing to update Java software is the number one cause of privacy and security breaches online in Australia and New Zealand, according to leading international cyber security company F-Secure.
Data released today by Statistics New Zealand shows that the Government is not doing enough to close the digital divide between those who have internet access and those who don’t, said the Green Party.
Sport and Recreation Minister Jonathan Coleman is encouraging kids to sign up for a school sport and get all the benefits that come with it.
"With schools opening their doors for the start of another year it is a good time to think about getting active," says Dr Coleman.
In the weeks leading up to the International Cricket Council (ICC) Cricket World Cup 2015, LG Electronics (LG) has brought a different kind of showdown to cricket fans across the world, the LG 100 Greatest Fans Campaign.
A new study on increasing ocean temperatures released today highlights the urgent need for the Government to take action on climate change, the Green Party said today.
The 25th annual Variety fundraising Bash is taking place in March and sadly one of its most enthusiastic participants will be missing.
Prime Minister John Key has been hoodwinking New Zealanders about the deployment of troops to Iraq, says New Zealand First.
Live-streaming and on-demand footage of Auckland Council’ Governing Body and main committee meetings will be available on the council’s website from Thursday, February 5 as part of a new webcasting service.
The Green Party is urging Wellington City Councillors to take on board Prime Minister John Key’s comments and not vote today to hold up progress on cycleways.
At yesterday’s post-Cabinet press conference Mr Key said:
UnitedFuture leader Peter Dunne is backing calls local government funding reforms.
But he says the wider relationship between local and central government is the more important issue which needs to be resolved first, to better inform future funding decisions.
All Whites Head Coach Anthony Hudson, Canterbury Head Coach Scott Robertson and Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic Assistant Coach Margaret Forsyth are among those selected for High Performance Sport New Zealand’s next Coach Accelerator Programme.
The announcement from Sky TV today that it will be offering stand-alone season passes to sports such as Super Rugby and the NRL is great news for Kiwi consumers and another sign that online is fast becoming the future of broadcast content.
The Dark Horse beat 159 other films to win the Audience Award at the prestigious International Film Festival Rotterdam. It also won the Festival’s Youth Jury Prize.
David Crawford, Chief Executive Officer of the Motor Industry Association says "Businesses and consumers continued to loosen their purse strings in January 2015, with 11,667 new vehicle registrations resulting in the strongest January monthly sales on record.
At about 11pm on Monday the 2nd of February 2015, Police were advised of a motor vehicle crash on Welcome Bay Road, Welcome Bay. A black Subaru motor vehicle struck a pedestrian. The male pedestrian has died as a result of injuries received.
Tupare will again be the focus of family fun as it hosts a Waitangi Day garden fair on Friday (6 February).
Hilarious Antipodean comedienne and actress Deb Filler returns to Auckland by popular demand with three shows only of her latest popular tour-de-force: I LOST IT IN KIEV.
Microsoft is inviting New Zealand’s small businesses to share their stories via inspirational videos for the chance to win cash prizes, business support tools and a free publicity package to promote their enterprise.
University of Canterbury psychology researchers are working with a revolutionary Baxter robot to understand human-robot interaction such as trust, cooperation, social behaviour, aggression and moral decision-making.
This weekend saw the opening of Te Tiriti - The Treaty, Waitangi 175, a bicultural conversation at the historic Kings Theatre in Kawakawa.