By Andy McGechan, www.BikesportNZ.com
Waitakere's Ethan Martens is used to travelling - as a truck driver he does that for a living - and the weekend's long journey was certainly one that paid dividends.
Arguably one of the first mainstream forms of the modern exercise movement was group exercise.
European Commissioner for International Cooperation and Development, Mr Neven Mimica, and the New Zealand Minister for Foreign Affairs, Hon Murray McCully, have inaugurated Europe House in a plaque unveiling ceremony in Auckland today.
The government is failing to step up and address the effects of methamphetamine use and manufacture on New Zealand private rental properties, says New Zealand First.
Kua hinga he tōtara nui o te wao nui a Tāne, kua hinga he rangatira mīharo rawa atu o Ngāti Kahu.
E rere haere ana ngā mihi aroha o Te Rōpū Kākāriki ki te whānau pani me ōna iwi whānui e tangi ana i tēnei wā pōuri.
Selwyn residents are being invited to take part in a survey to help identify Eastern Selwyn’s current and future community space needs.
Selwyn has been growing rapidly over the past decade, and much of the district’s population growth has occurred in Eastern Selwyn.
Northland Police are now in a position to release the names of the people killed in last night’s serious crash on Baylys Coast Rd, Dargaville.
- Susanna Stewart aged 48 years old, from Paparoa, who was the front seat passenger.
Funeral insurance could be the most expensive way to pay for your final send-off, a Consumer NZ report shows.
Consumer NZ chief executive Sue Chetwin says funeral insurance has been heavily promoted but the lifetime costs of this product are seldom disclosed.
By Ric Spooner (Chief Market Analyst, CMC Markets)
Australian traders head into a new week with the possibility that surprisingly soft US economic data on Friday could kindle buying interest in local stocks today.
The annual Ora King Awards return in 2016 for a fourth season - and chefs around the country and the world will be sharpening their knives to compete for one of five coveted titles.
Police are urging motorists to take care on roads this morning due to a number of incidents where cars have slid on the road due to ice.
Motorists need to ensure they drive to the conditions and reduce their speed where necessary.
The Pacific People’s Minister Peseta Sam Lotu-Iiga has welcomed the inclusion of 7 Pacific recipients in this year’s Queens Birthday Honours list.
An iwi-led housing project in Christchurch has been lauded today by the Minister for MÄori Development as another string to the bow of positive initiatives being driven by Te RÅ«nanga o Ngai Tahu for whÄnau in their takiwÄ.
An extra $3.6 million over four years has been allocated in Budget 2016 for the New Zealand Story - the initiative that builds New Zealand’s profile internationally to benefit our exporters.
The Royal New Zealand Navy offshore patrol vessel HMNZS Otago will sail from the Devonport Naval Base at 4pm today, bound for the south west Pacific to conduct fisheries patrols and port visits over the next two months.
An important scientific milestone was reached on a windswept point at the bottom of the North Island this week.
Auckland City Police are searching for a 69 year old man who has been missing from his home in Overlea Road Glen Innes, possibly since last night when he was last seen. Police were notified by relatives who reported him missing at about 6am this morning.
The Government welcomes the Green Party’s interest in cleaning up New Zealand’s lakes and rivers and the goal of ensuring all New Zealanders have access to swimmable water, Environment Minister Dr Nick Smith says.
Auckland / Waikato Fish & Game is preparing to release hundreds of catchable trout into Lake Pupuke on Auckland's North Shore tomorrow (Wednesday 27 April).
Canon New Zealand announced today that its 2016 Environmental Grants program will open this weekend (5th June), calling for all community groups, not for profit organisations and schools who are passionate about the environment to get involved and apply now.