Auckland Councillor Cameron Brewer says its over-the-top Auckland Council is telling ratepayer-funded staff to stay away and ‘flexi-work’ on Thursday 4 February due to imminent protests around SkyCity next door to Auckland Council’s HQ in Federal and Albert streets.
The highlight of the Sovereign Tri Series in Wellington was without doubt the National Junior Championships, as the best U19 athletes gathered to chase medals and further points for their regions in race three of the Tri NZ National Junior Series.
This afternoon Police, Coastguard vessels, an aircraft, and the Westpac Rescue Helicopter responded to a distress signal seen from a vessel that was at the North Western end of the Coromandel Peninsular.
When I first heard about the film ‘The King’s Speech’, I’ve got to admit that it didn’t really sound very appealing.
Auckland City FC and FC Barcelona's relationship looks set to grow stronger following the visit of FC Barcelona expert Joan Vila Bosch.
Leading companies that develop a people first approach will win in today’s digital economy, according to the latest global technology trends report from Accenture (NYSE: ACN).
Auckland City FC could face Hawke's Bay United without in-form striker Joao Moreira this Sunday.
Toyota New Zealand is pleased to announce their commitment to the TVNZ home renovation hit series, Our First Home, for a second season.
The BLACKCAPS have named the squad tasked with retaining the Chappell Hadlee trophy, with Coach Mike Hesson describing the upcoming ANZ ODI Series against Australia as a ‘pinnacle event’.
Two men have been sentenced today at the High Court in Nelson for their role in organising false refugee claims.
A University of Canterbury (UC) psychology expert is trying to understand the origins of personal attraction by studying changes in time perception.
Tonight, a beam of light will shine upwards from the summit of Rangitoto to the heavens.
Te Haeata o Rangitoto is a large-scale outdoor light activation, coinciding with the inaugural TÄmaki Herenga Waka Festival.
Local fibre company, Enable has now built its fibre broadband network to 104,000 homes and businesses in Christchurch, Waimakariri and Selwyn - almost 60 percent of its coverage area. This is an increase in network reach of almost 35,000 potential customers in the 2015 calendar year.
A large dairy farm milking approximately 2500 cows in two herds has been placed on the market for sale by tender in a receivership process.
Leading international and New Zealand health experts will descend on Wellington throughout February to participate in the 20th Public Health Summer School run by the University of Otago, Wellington.
Dunedin Police are currently searching for a missing 76 year old female - Jan Anderson.
Jan was last seen at a North Road, North East Valley premises at about 13:30hrs today.
Jan suffers from dementia and police are concerned for her safety.
While New Zealand’s scenic wonders are winning international attention as the setting for The Hobbit, it’s great to see New Zealanders also appreciate their own country, Tourism Industry Association New Zealand (TIA) Chief Executive Martin Snedden says.
New Zealand’s reputation as a global hub for entrepreneurship has been bolstered with Australian-born Cohort Solutions, a diversified service provider to international students, establishing a New Zealand headquarters and preparing its rollout of products ahead of the 2016 university and colleg
Police say there is a continued strong focus on removing harmful drugs from the community, following the sentencing today of a Wellington man on a variety of drugs charges as part of a wider ongoing investigation.
Alexandra Maloney and Molly Meech have retained their overall lead at 2016 ISAF Sailing World Cup Miami after day four of the regatta which brought heavy rain, cooler temperatires and postponements.