On a day when Mason Lino is welcomed as the club’s newest NRL player, 10-season veteran Sam Rapira and a number of his team-mates will be in focus when they’re farewelled after the Vodafone Warriors’ last home game of the season at Mount Smart Stadium today.
New Zealand Davis Cup player Mike Venus and Indian partner Yuki Bhambri have won through to the semifinals of the US$100,000 Vancouver Challenger after beating second seeded Americans Austin Krajicek and Nicholas Monroe 6-3 6-2 in under an hour.
Land and consented building plans for the development of seven mid-rise retail, commercial and apartment blocks in urban Auckland have been placed on the market for sale.
Canterbury will play its first home game of the 2015 ITM Cup this Sunday, against Counties Manukau. Head Coach Scott Robertson has made three changes to the starting fifteen that beat Otago in round one.
New Zealand referee Glen Jackson is set to make the history books this weekend, becoming the first New Zealander to both play and referee 100 first-class games of rugby.
Cooks Beach is the venue for the first ever Transfield Triathlon which is open to adults and children aged 8 and older, taking place at 10am on Sunday 1 February 2015.
Wellington's SocialeMedia, a division of E-Ideas Ltd lead by youth advocate Eva-Maria have released a special report on their Facebook Page that shows how Social Media is taking the world by storm, and how its reach won't stop growing in 2012.
The hot cross bun you ate last Easter may just be helping to make a difference for sick children in Planet Sunshine. Five cents from every pack of buns sold, plus hours of fundraising efforts from Countdown staff contributed to the National Countdown Kids Hospital Appeal.
Wellington Mayor Celia Wade-Brown has responded to the High Court decision to decline the NZTA Board of Inquiry appeal, saying, "I’m glad the ugly flyover won’t happen but clearly some improvements are needed.
The High Court decision rejecting the New Zealand Transport Agency’s attempts to build the Basin Reserve flyover must now mean that NZTA finally works with the community on other options for transport solutions in Wellington, Grant Robertson and Annette King Labour’s Wellington MPs say.
The Green Party is delighted the Basin Reserve flyover will not be going ahead after a ruling by the High Court today.
Palmerston North Presbyterian minister, the Very Rev Pamela Tankersley, has been elected as the head of Singapore-based Council for World Mission (CWM).
Notable politicians, authors, artists, wild horse conservators, Maori language innovators and a Wheel Blacks’ legend are amongst the New Zealanders whose achievements will be celebrated at investiture ceremonies at Government House in Auckland next week.
A flood of foreign students to prop up the so-called Export Education industry has pushed the gain of migrants to a new record of nearly 60,000, says New Zealand First.
The ITU World Triathlon Series is fast coming to a close, with Stockholm this weekend representing the third last race on the series for 2015 as the race for podium places in the final world rankings heats up.
New Zealand First questions why Kiwi companies are not trading with each other, but instead import from foreign suppliers.
Economic Development Minister Steven Joyce and Sport and Recreation Minister Jonathan Coleman welcome today’s opening of the fourth Winter Games New Zealand in Queenstown.
Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu representative on the Takahē Recovery Group, Sandra Cook, has labelled the deaths of four takahē on Motutapu Island a tragic accident.
Penguins, plants and the plains were plentiful on a whirlwind tour of ecological restoration sites hosted by Lincoln University for visiting international students.
Abano Healthcare Group Limited (NZX: ABA) has adopted a new Long Term Incentive Scheme for incoming CEO, Richard Keys, on substantially the same terms as the previous Long Term Incentive Schemes that were put in place in 2008 and 2011.