Government Communications Security Bureau Director, Ian Fletcher, is stepping down after three years in the role for family reasons, Minister Responsible for the GCSB, Christopher Finlayson, announced today.
Travel publishers Lonely Planet have just named the Rimutaka Cycle Trail as one of the world’s hottest new travel experiences for 2015.
Prior to Christmas a group of people who use the dog park on William Fraser Memorial Park on Pohe Island met to discuss forming a committee.
Not getting forty winks is making us unhappy, with the majority of New Zealanders saying they feel sad or depressed as a result of missing out on sleep.
New Zealand’s first peer to peer (P2P) lending platform Harmoney confirmed a successful capital raise of $10m today, after receiving multiple offers from investors in New Zealand and overseas.
It draws you in. A friend suggests you should sign up, “It’s a great way to keep in touch,” they say. Once you’ve signed up and worked out what the hell it’s all about, you’re already in the world of status updates, poking and friend requests from strangers.
When King Missile tour New Zealand for the first time ever this February, they'll be bringing with them a show jammed to the gunnels with entertainment.
Christchurch-based construction company Corbel Construction (Corbel) has appointed Ross Meikle to a newly created position within the company of Commercial Manager.
Rural Health Alliance Aotearoa New Zealand members are alarmed by a report (New Zealand Herald, January 12) about an increase in farmer suicide linked with increased economic stress due to the ongoing strength of the dollar and milk pay-out forecasts.
Foreign Minister Murray McCully today put illegal fishing vessels operating in the Southern Ocean on notice and vowed to take action against their owners.
Nothing says summer holiday quite like the rhythmical sigh of waves breaking gently on a sundrenched shore.
Lesser known, yet one of his most successful works, Shakespeare’s fantastic tale of voyages, piracy, death-defying escapes, captivity and family lost and found, PERICLES, PRINCE OF TYRE, marks the 2014 season of the Auckland Summer Shakespeare, to be performed once again on the Old Arts Plaza f
Linda Villumsen, who has won medals and honours at the highest level around the world, finally grabbed her first major victory in New Zealand when she dominated the Calder Stewart elite national road championship in Christchurch today.
Under the banner "Creating Possibilities, Shaping the Future," Samsung Electronics Co., Ltd., today unveiled its vision for smarter living at the company’s 2015 International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) press conference.
Veterans’ Affairs Minister Craig Foss says those offered passes in the third tranche of the Gallipoli 2015 ballot have just three days left to accept their place at this year’s Anzac Day commemorations.
Westpac New Zealand will develop three mobile banking apps with global potential from its crowd sourcing initiative - The Westpac App Challenge.
On the market for $1.1million, the successful buyer of a large home and property overlooking the Raglan harbour will also drive away in a brand new Sealegs amphibious marine craft worth over $100,000.
University of Canterbury geography researchers are at the forefront of using new technology to understand scientific problems at New Zealand’s largest glacier.
While many were looking to the star World Tour professionals, it was the homegrown Avanti Racing team riders led by Wellington’s Joe Cooper who took a clean sweep of the Calder Stewart elite national road championship in Christchurch today.