The Tauranga Harbour Marine Precinct has its first owners, after a successful tender process for the sale of Stage 1 lots on the precinct.
Primary Industries Minister Nathan Guy departs for Stanford University today to attend a primary sector leaders bootcamp, focused on developing collaboration and innovation.
Ever suffered from memory loss? Imagine the predicament of poor Robert Zeinfeld. Found wandering the streets at 4am, without a clue how he got there. Total amnesia!
Small to medium size businesses (SMEs) feel positive about the economy, are intending to create new jobs and looking to borrow to grow their business according to the findings of the latest quarterly -Westpac Business Growth Monitor.
Good luck Lianne Dalziel! She will need it in her fight to become Mayor of Christchurch.
Police and emergency services are at the scene of a serious crash on SH1 at Waitahanui, south of Taupo.
Six people from two cars were initially reported injured in the crash just after 5.30p.m.
Christchurch Police have arrested three people in a quick response to a residential burglary in Russley this afternoon.
Vigilant members of the public observed the offenders actions and immediately reported the information to Police via 111.
Animal advocacy group SAFE is outraged at Government plans to export large numbers of live sheep to Saudi Arabia where the animals would be slaughtered under conditions illegal in New Zealand.
September will see the launch of the new Mazda CX-9, the first of its kind to go through the Australasian New Car Assessment Programme (ANCAP) and complete all the crash tests.
It can be a huge battle when starting out in business between keeping costs down and promoting yourself in order to grow. As the statistics tell us, 50% of small businesses don’t last longer than 5 years so remaining small isn’t going to get you far in the long run.
The New Zealand Bankers’ Association today welcomed law firm Minter Ellison Rudd Watts as its latest affiliate member.
New Zealand shearers Rowland Smith and John Kirkpatrick have broken a 13-year jinx to beat Scotland in a test match at the Lochearnhead Shears during the weekend.
Police have arrested a young woman in relation to an aggravated robbery on Heretaunga Street East on Saturday the 25th June.
Today’s young drivers were born into a digital age and their tool boxes include laptops.
Missing Christchurch man Damien Mann is safe and well and Police are no longer looking for him.
Police would like to thank the public for their help in ensuring Damien has been returned to his family safe.
The Rugby World Cup-winning All Blacks will play a Test match and contest the Hillary Shield against England at the end of their 2012 northern tour.
The New Zealand Rugby Union (NZRU) has today issued a public invitation for Expressions of Interest (EOI) in obtaining Licences to manage and operate one of the Investec Super Rugby teams, the Blues, Chiefs, Hurricanes and Crusaders.
There’s nothing wrong with a bit of an annual party - but nearly $100,000 is a bit rich for any government agency, says New Zealand First Leader and Northland MP Rt Hon Winston Peters.
Imagine no more end-of-month hassles reconciling paper receipts while trying to remember who you had coffee with on the 7th of the month.
"It's excellent to hear that the Government has finally accepted that it must do the Auckland Council's job for it, but John Key should not be asking the same leaders who have condemned a generation of Aucklanders to debt or rent for guidance on how to spend that money," says Auckland mayoral can