New Zealand Wool Services International Limited’s General Manager, Mr John Dawson reports that increased demand with seasonal limited availability and clients operating on a hand to mouth basis, combined to lift the market with finer wool types sought after the most.
Catholic Church says the intent of the Building (Earthquake-prone Buildings) Amendment Bill won’t be realised for communities in general - especially church communities.
Almost 300 tourism and travel buyers from around the world will converge on Auckland next month to attend TRENZ 2014, eager to discover what new and exciting tourism products New Zealand has to offer consumers in their home markets.
Police want to acknowledge the outstanding contribution of LandSAR volunteers after a busy few days that have seen plenty of search and rescue action around the Central Plateau.
Submissions close on Greater Wellington Regional Council’s Draft Annual Plan at 4pm on Monday 28 April, so there are just are five days left to make your voice heard.
To be considered world leaders, the dairy industry needs to lift its game to attract and retain quality staff, says DairyNZ.
The health insurance industry will fund a billion dollars in health claims this year, according to statistics released today by the Health Funds Association of New Zealand (HFANZ).
New Zealand Rugby and the Blues have today agreed and confirmed the terms of Benji Marshall's release from his Investec Super Rugby contract.
Auckland City FC's chase for an unprecedented fourth consecutive OFC Champions League title faces a tough test when Tahitian champions AS Pirae tackle the Navy Blues in the semi-final first leg at Kiwitea Street on Saturday.
Foreign Minister Murray McCully today announced that New Zealand is supporting the construction of the Pacific’s largest solar energy array in Samoa.
New Zealand’s leading rural insurer FMG is pleased to announce that three outstanding students were awarded the FMG Agriculture Scholarships this year.
Over 1,000 lights to be turned off across the Waitemata Seaport this ANZAC Day
Ports of Auckland will turn off its lights and stop working during the ANZAC Day dawn service 6am to 6:40am on Friday 25 April.
With Anzac Day falling on Friday many New Zealanders will be enjoying a second long weekend in a row - but the forecast once again looks unsettled.
You know the old saying - all good things come to those who wait; well, that certainly can be said for the new Little Creatures Indian Pale Ale, launching in New Zealand this month.
Police and other emergency services are attending an incident at the Christchurch Mail Centre on Orchard Road, after a white powder substance was found in an envelope.
Christchurch City Libraries is playing host to a month-long line-up of talented Kiwi artists to celebrate New Zealand Music Month this May.
Auckland and Southern Councils have come together in response to proposed Government changes to earthquake Building rules.
Foreign Affairs Minister Murray McCully and the European Commissioner for Development Mr Andris Piebalgs depart tomorrow on a renewable energy mission to four Pacific states
At the moment New Zealand and Australia are experiencing a very rare week - one in which there will only be three official working days. The Easter/Anzac Week 'hiatus' (for want of a better term) is one of those in a blue moon events that makes many hard working Kiwis happy.
To continue the growth of its in-house engineering expertise, SolarCity NZ today announced the acquisition of SmartSparky, a specialist solar design and installation company.