Just as New Zealand is divided into North and South Island, so too is the weather story for Waitangi weekend.
The finely-tuned seven seat Fortuner offers a mid-size diesel SUV set to tackle the demands of families and business owners alike with unprecedented safety, style and 4WD capability for 2016.
New Zealand based Revbox is set to make an impact in the European market after securing a distribution deal with Belgium premium bike manufacturer Ridley.
By Frank and Muriel Newman
Radio New Zealand's Nine to Noon recently interviewed Tim Martin from Auckland about his fantastic small garden of less than 100m2 that is producing an endless supply of fruit and produce, and providing a lot of personal satisfaction as well.
Three Mainland Futsal players have this week been named in the NZF Futsal Whites squad to compete in the OFC Futsal Championship in Fiji next week; the tournament doubling as the Oceania qualifier for FIFA’s Futsal World Cup Colombia 2016.
The Scots College 100 Centennial Parade will be winding its way through town tomorrow, 5 February, from 9.15am to 10am blocking intersections and lanes.
Whangarei Mayor, Sheryl Mai, says the game is about to change in Northland.
An Action Plan launched by Economic Development Minister Stephen Joyce today (Thursday 4 February 2016) will see 58 tangible actions taken to transform Northland.
The signing of the landmark Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPP) in Auckland today, represents a step closer to realizing new beef trade opportunities in the rapidly growing Asia-Pacific region.
After attempts by the Taxpayers’ Union, the Flag Consideration Panel has finally confirmed the cost of replacing the Auckland Harbour Bridge example of the proposed flag design to correct the blue colouring.
Labour has urged Talley’s to resolve the ongoing industrial dispute with AFFCO workers which is having a severe effect on the employees, their families and their communities, Labour’s Workplace Relations spokesperson Iain Lees-Galloway says.
Health groups across New Zealand are repeating their call for an independent expert health impact assessment of the draft TPP agreement.
Living Cell Technologies has received approval from the Northern A Health and Disability Ethics Committee for the Phase IIb clinical trial of NTCELL for Parkinson’s disease. The New Zealand Minister of Health authorised the application to conduct the trial on 12 November 2015.
Gaming machine expenditure in pubs and clubs in the year ended December 2015 was up 2 per cent on the previous year, 2014, from $811.4 m to $828 m, according to figures from the Department of Internal Affairs.
The Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement could put New Zealand’s public services at risk, and the PSA’s urging the government not to sign it.
The 14-man Futsal Whites squad was named on Wednesday to compete in the OFC Futsal Championship in Fiji next week, the tournament doubling as the Oceania qualifier for FIFA Futsal World Cup Colombia 2016.
Growth in employment figures is evidence the underlying economic fundamentals of our economy are paying dividends, says EMA.
"We have been consistent in our belief the economy is sound and will drive growth and subsequent rise in employment," says Kim Campbell, CEO, EMA.
The business community strongly supports the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) and welcomes the signing of TPP in Auckland, says New Zealand International Business Forum Chair Malcolm Bailey.
Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and intersex (LGBTI) union activists are urging the Government not to sign the TPPA.
"Signing the TPPA will erode human rights and stop access to life-saving drugs for people living with HIV/AIDs", says Karena Brown, CTU Out@Work Convenor.
The Government must not become complacent about a fall in the unemployment rate given the Reserve Bank Governor’s warning of increasing global uncertainty in 2016 and a plunge in dairy prices yet again, says Labour’s Finance spokesperson Grant Robertson.