GPG announces the appointment on 6 March 2013 of Mr Waldemar Szlezak as a non-executive director of GPG.
A 21-year-old Hawke's Bay woman is fighting for her life in hospital after the second serious boy racer crash in the region in two weeks.
The decision to develop and implement a customer experience strategy is a no brainer.
Name one organisation that wouldn’t like:
- A competitive advantage that is difficult for competitors to copy.
Health Minister Tony Ryall congratulates the twelve general practices who have recently joined the zero fees scheme and are now providing free doctors’ visits to children under six during the day.
Ivan Vicelich has been named in Goal.com FIFA Club World Cup Best XI following his outstanding performance for Auckland City in their 0-1 defeat to Sanfrecce Hiroshima.
The Government’s plan to tax accommodation for earthquake rebuild workers is more akin to the actions of a vulture picking over a carcass for every last morsel than it is to sensible fiscal management, Labour’s Revenue spokesperson David Cunliffe says.
National’s proposed car park fringe benefit tax is a nightmare of unnecessary compliance costs, gaping avoidance loopholes, worker safety issues, and cost transfers, Labour’s Revenue spokesperson David Cunliffe says.
Environment Minister Amy Adams and Primary Industries Minister Nathan Guy will this week begin a series of meetings throughout the country with councils, iwi, environment groups, businesses and the public to discuss proposed changes to the resource management system.
Family First NZ is calling on politicians to treat any changes to the Adoption Act as distinct and separate from the current debate on redefining marriage.
Associate Minister of Education, Hon Dr. Pita Sharples will be hosting a delegation of Pacific educationalists in Auckland from Monday 11 March - 12 March.
"New Zealand is one of 20 countries involved in negotiations for a new International Services Agreement" says John Ring, Foreign Affairs spokesperson for Democrats for Social Credit, "and this agreement should be opposed for a number of reasons."
Fall Out Boy’s recent hiatus left a void in our hearts. We missed the sharp lyrics and experimental compositions that became anthems for so many over a decade.
In spite of the West Coast having a national image of being populated by rugged outdoors types as fit as the proverbial buck rabbit, the Coast is actually no stranger to the modern epidemic of the Western world - a chronic lack of regular exercise in many people’s lives leading to such issues a
Nearly 4,000 Aucklanders have had their say on Auckland Council’s draft annual plan for 2013/2014.
The national head office of the Real Estate Institute of New Zealand has been placed on the market for sale. The 758 square metre building in the heart of Parnell in Auckland, sits on 1813 square metres of land.
James Lux from Papamoa Beach is officially New Zealand’s top excavator operator after battling stiff competition to win the coveted national title.
Today Foundation Studies is seen as a pivotal way to help people with gaps in their schooling into tertiary education.
However, 28 years ago when Linda Russ joined the newly developed Foundation Studies programme at Manukau Institute of Technology, it was regarded with suspicion.
Lakes Leisure has announced that from the Friday the 22nd of March 2013 the company will take over full management of the Frankton Golf Centre.
Andy Booth, driver of the Woodstock Racing Commodore, has moved up one rung on the BNT V8 SuperTourers leader-board to 11th after a weekend of racing the two-time V8 champion describes as frustrating.
Rotorua District Council has appointed aviation business consultant Ray Sayer to the board of directors of Rotorua International Airport.
Mr Sayer has run his own aviation and business consultancy since 2009.