The statutory managers of Aorangi Securities may now be unable to return almost 100 cents in the dollar to investors.
Wellington, April 19 NZPA - The trial continues in the High Court at Auckland today of a man accused of running a drugs operation out of the city's SkyCity casino.
A post mortem has been carried out this morning on the body of a man found deceased on Queen Street in the early hours of Thursday morning.
Police are now able to release the man’s name, he was 34 year-old Jonathan Tera Ngere.
Westport, May 1 NZPA - Two men who were arrested following an undercover operation in Buller last year admitted drugs charges in Westport District Court yesterday.
David Granville Low, 50, and Reginald Rapley, 51 both pleaded guilty to cultivating and selling cannabis.
Food Safety Minister Jo Goodhew has welcomed yesterday’s opening of the Fonterra Ying Hub in Ying County, Shuozhou City, Shanxi Province, China.
"The Fonterra Ying Hub represents a significant investment in Ying County," says Ms Goodhew.
New Zealand Rugby (NZR) today welcomed the announcement by the New Zealand Government to invest in a major programme across the Pacific aimed at encouraging increased participation of young people in sport.
An exciting range of books have been named as finalists in Massey University’s Ngā Kupu Ora Awards: Celebrating Māori Books and Journalism.
If you don’t have a strong stomach, maybe this documentary is not for you. Especially if you are an animal lover. On second thoughts - watch it anyway.
Scion’s environmentally-friendly bioadhesives technology was awarded Biotechnology of the Year at NZBIO’s annual conference yesterday.
Dr Will Barker, Chief Executive of NZBIO, said "the technology is a game changer for wood panel manufacturers".
A Massey School of Art lecturer who focuses on abstract paintings, wall drawings and installations has been awarded this year’s prestigious Fulbright Wallace Arts Trust Award.
Auckland precision electro magnets manufacturer, Buckley Systems is involved in the development and manufacture of the nuBeam proton accelerator machine for an alternative cancer treatment that has been announced overnight in Helsinki, Finland.
Scientists at Scion have solved a growing environmental problem for wood panel manufacturers.
Warren Grigsby and his team have developed the world’s first wood panel resins (glue) using biobased ingredients.
Five Auckland men will appear in Auckland District Court today charged with aggravated robbery on a group of friends parked in cars in Stonefields, Auckland.
A 25-year-old unemployed man has been sent to jail (14 Sept) for two years nine months for distributing pictures and videos of the sexual abuse and exploitation of children.
There will be a period of heavy rain for western and northern parts of the country on Friday and Saturday, with strong to gale northwest winds also expected to affect parts of New Zealand.
While the art of boat-building was once central to the Pacific, few intact vessels remain.
Invercargill Police are seeking Waipatu Winitana-Waihirere and have a warrant for his arrest .
The 22-year-old is from Invercargill, and is also known to have links in Christchurch and Timaru.
Winitana-Waihirere is described as being 175cm tall and of stocky build.
The Tasman District Council has agreed to amend its Long-Term Plan, paving the way for a regional landfill to be established.
A Victoria University of Wellington-led team developing devices to make methamphetamine testing of homes and motorists more efficient has been awarded $1 million in the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment’s 2016 Endeavour Fund science investment round.
Police continue to investigate the incident from this morning where a man was arrested in Woolston after fleeing police in Amberley.
If anyone witnessed the event or had property damaged, they are encouraged to contact their local Police or call Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.