Assurances by Prime Minister John Key that the United States is not spying on New Zealanders have been undermined by statements by US President Barack Obama that the US does not have a "no-spy" agreement with any country, the Green Party said today.
The Commerce Commission’s report on Christchurch Airport is the final step in a process that was key to establishing an effective information disclosure regime, says the New Zealand Airports Association.
Horticulture New Zealand believes the serious allegations made by MP Shane Jones regarding supermarket chain Countdown need to be investigated by the Commerce Commission.
School principals report that the Novopay payroll system that caused so much chaos when it was first introduced is still struggling to deliver accuracy, and judging by their feedback, principals are still hugely frustrated at the inadequacies of a system that continues to suck their patience dry.
Property Council is displeased with Christchurch City Council’s decision to increase building consent charges in a critical time for the city’s rebuild.
The Lake Taupo region has been profiled across the USA as the ultimate romantic, luxury destination thanks to the hit prime-time TV series, The Bachelor.
Waitakere United’s short trip south to WaiBOP is vital for the defending champions as it is one of two must-win games in the quest to keep their title hopes alive.
I am disappointed by the decision of my old alma mater - the University of Otago - to sponsor the Otago Highlanders Super 15 rugby side.
Tertiary Education, Skills and Employment Minister Steven Joyce today announced the Government will invest $465,000 co-funding a dozen new growth initiatives in the international education industry.
Tertiary Education, Skills and Employment Minister Steven Joyce today welcomed the arrival of 96 top-performing students from Chile to study in New Zealand.
Child Poverty Action Group applauds the Salvation Army's strong message to political parties in election year that New Zealand must tackle the root causes of child poverty with bold policies.
Tertiary Education Minister Steven Joyce’s arrogant dismissal of criticism about his cuts to student, staff and community representation on university councils can’t hide a vindictive, ideological policy, Labour’s Tertiary Education spokesperson Grant Robertson says.
The Mayor of Christchurch is encouraging potential investors wanting to invest in New Zealand to see Christchurch in the context of the whole region, where the Canterbury economy has remained very strong.
While his eyes are fixed on a potential Commonwealth Games medal later in the year, mountain bike star Anton Cooper has to get his head around a posse out for his scalp at this weekend’s national championships in Rotorua.
The Government has set up a working group to advise ministers on how the collection, sharing and use of business and personal information will impact on public services in the coming years.
Young Wellingtonian Jamie McNee has extended his TR86 championship lead, after taking out last weekend’s round in Manfeild.
A former child prodigy and a new concertmaster help Auckland Philharmonia Orchestra (APO) launch its 2014 season.
Email overload is a serious and growing problem in workplaces all around the country with many of us swamped by the seemingly endless stream of information which we are expected to read and remember each day.