Vodafone has switched on a new cell site in the Catlins area - the first as part of the company’s Community Cell Site Scheme - providing mobile coverage to residents and visitors to the southern scenic route for the first time.
Youth organisation Generation Zero has released a report today calling for political parties to show leadership on climate change by committing to develop and implement a plan that will see New Zealand phase out fossil fuels for all energy and transport needs by 2050.
Defence Minister Jonathan Coleman says the Government has awarded the prime contract for the frigate combat systems upgrade to Lockheed Martin Canada.
In a technological coup, Beck’s New Zealand has today revealed the world’s first Playable Posters, which play music instantaneously when touched.
Owners of Red Zone properties have an extra 10 days to object to their Rating Valuations.
Lower mortgage interest rates resulting from Labour’s monetary policy changes will help more New Zealanders into their own homes and make home ownership more affordable, says housing spokesman Phil Twyford.
Fans will continue to see Australian Super Rugby teams take on teams from the world’s top-ranked Rugby-playing nations, with an increased focus on greater interaction between Australian and New Zealand teams and an expanded finals series, under the new structure approved by the competition’s
The Ministry of Education is studying the IHC’s statement of claim to the Human Rights Review Tribunal, lodged on April 30.
A recent traffic index report released by Tom Tom has shown worsening traffic congestion in New Zealand with Auckland ranking 15th out of a 169 cities across the globe.
Christmas dinner is a hassle, right? Not so according to My Food Bag.
The food home delivery service is assembling a special easy-to-prepare festive season feast in response to demand from My Food Bag foodies.
Breakfast Club, a course open to women who are actively seeking employment, completed the final session just before Easter.
The New Zealand Customs Service and Terminals (N.Z.) Limited have reached an agreement over the payment of additional duty on butane blended petrol.
New Zealand’s premier culinary festival, Visa Wellington On a Plate, is set to serve its sixth course of good times and great deals from 15-31 August.
New Zealand Eco Fashion Exposed, NZ’s eco fashion week, is to be held in Lower Hutt from 23-27 July 2014 and organisers are calling for interest from designers.
Tony Ryall might want to amend his ‘faster, sooner, more convenient’ catch-cry to ‘water, water everywhere, given the leaks that have sprung up under his watch, Labour’s Health spokesperson Annette King says.
Auckland City FC can book their sixth OFC Champions League final this Sunday when the New Zealand champions face AS Pirae in the second leg semi-final clash already 3-0 up.
Obsessed with everyday language, Brisbane artist Grant Stevens’ computer-generated videos feature words sourced from TV, movies and the Internet. His multi-video exhibition, opening at City Gallery on 28 June, explores human psychology and communication in the digital era.
Today's announcement of $10.4 million over two years to plug the funding shortfall for sexual violence services is too little, too late, says Labour’s Social Development spokesperson Sue Moroney.
Four players are in line to play for the Vodafone Warriors’ New South Wales Cup side for the first time in Saturday’s ninth-round clash against the Penrith Panthers at Sportingbet Stadium (1.00pm kick-off local time; 3.00pm NZT).
A very special ‘taonga’ will be delivered to Waitangi at sunrise on Monday 5 May.