New research from Massey University’s College of Health has shed light on the impact the female menstrual cycle has on exercise performance in hot environments, such as the potential conditions in Rio, for competitive and well-trained female athletes.
There is strong interest in the Cross-Party Homelessness Inquiry with hundreds of public submissions already received and the first hearing to be held at Auckland’s Te Puea Marae.
Visitors to Dunedin City Library’s Teen Space on Monday will have the opportunity to take part in a live radio broadcast.
The 8 August event is part of nationwide campaign The Big Listen - a celebration of community access stations.
While most New Zealanders supported their country’s participation in the First World War, a small but significant group opposed it on religious, political, philosophical or personal grounds.
The Green Party has today released a consultation paper on how to get the Unitary Plan working for Auckland.
Ford New Zealand will launch the vehicle known globally as the Ford Edge - a key model driving the company’s global SUV success - in 2018 when utility vehicles sales are expected to pass car sales.
The kids are asking, the parents are asking, and so to are people who have never played in snow before - where will the snow fall and will it land at my place?
Health Minister Jonathan Coleman says suitably qualified and approved registered nurses will be able to prescribe from a list of commonly used medicines from next month.
ACT Leader David Seymour welcomes moves toward legalising nicotine e-cigarettes, but says the government must pledge not to put excise taxes on the products.
The MetService issued a Severe Weather Warning at 9am this morning (Wednesday 3 August) for parts of the South Island including Clutha.
Internationalisation of tertiary education between New Zealand and China took another step forward with the official signing of an agreement with between the Universal College of Learning (UCOL) and the School of Electronics and Technology of Dongguan (SETD).
NZ's largest litter clean up is set to take place from September 12-18th.
Registrations are now open for Keep New Zealand Beautiful's annual clean up week. Taking place in September each year this is the biggest national clean up initiative to take place on the calendar in New Zealand.
Expansion plans along Rimu Road announced by Coastlands yesterday support the Council’s vision of creating a vibrant, diverse and thriving town centre.
The Auckland Hearts have a new Head Coach at the helm for the upcoming 2016/17 season with Dean Flyger recently announced in the role.
“So when all hell started breaking loose on the back nine Sunday, Jutanugarn kept smiling,” writes Randall Mell.
A different kind of trigger
Trade Minister Todd McClay is travelling to Laos today to participate in a series of Ministerial meetings in the capital city of Vientiane, including the fourth Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) FTA Ministerial Meeting.
Industry body DairyNZ says the increased dividend and the maintained $4.25 per kg MS Fonterra Farmgate Milk Price is some good news for farmers with shares.
By Andy McGechan, www.BikesportNZ.com
Te Awamutu's Daniel White got the stern word from his father at the weekend and it seemed to do the trick.
InternetNZ has launched Easy Transparency, a set of reporting tools that will make it easier for New Zealand organisations to complete transparency reports.
A new data exploration service can quickly reveal if a company has had its data stolen and it is especially useful for revealing intellectual property (IP) theft.