Woman’s Day is delighted to share the official coverage of the lavish wedding of George Clooney and Amal Alamuddin in Venice, Italy.
A 4.0-litre twin-turbo V8 Bentley Continental GT3 race car is expected to contest the final round of the Australian GT Championship, presented by Pirelli, at Highlands Motorsport Park this November.
Workers who lost their jobs today have a right to ask Prime Minister John Key where and when he will find new jobs for them, says New Zealand First.
Visitors to the US Antarctic Program Air Day in Christchurch this Sunday are being offered behind the scenes access to a US Air Force C-17 Globemaster and its crew before they fly to Antarctica.
One of the first jobs for the new Minister of Health must be to provide an honest and transparent report into surgery waiting times and exactly how many Kiwis are not having their health needs met, Labour’s Health spokesperson Annette King says.
Latching On: 50 years of breastfeeding support - La Leche League in New Zealand 1964-2014
During the 1960s, as breastfeeding rates plunged, a group of others began a quiet revolution that was to change the way New Zealand babies were fed.
The overnight drop in milk prices shows New Zealand’s overreliance on the dairy industry puts our economy in a vulnerable position, says Acting Labour Leader David Parker.
New Zealand universities still rank in the top 3% world-wide despite slippage in the latest tables says the Acting Chair of Universities New Zealand Professor Harlene Hayne.
Auckland Theatre Company's upcoming Kensington Swan season of Jesus Christ Superstar, opening 30 October at Q Theatre, has been extended, four weeks out from opening and even before the end of the first week of rehearsals.
Auckland University of Technology (AUT) and Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi are both likely to cut courses next year because of government policy, despite having record numbers of students wanting to study at their institutions.
An historic Formula One racing car with a strong connection to a New Zealander is heading to these shores and coming to a race circuit near you soon!
This October 10th World Homeless Day will be observed in over 100 countries.
Stubborn fat loss is one of the most frustrating problems we can encounter when trying to get healthy and lose fat. There is nothing more frustrating than eating well, exercising diligently and not seeing results on the scale or the tape measure.
The New Zealand Government needs to urge China to respect human rights and the freedom to protest in Hong Kong, the Green Party said today.
Police were called to James Henry Crescent in Huntly at approximately 7.45pm this evening after receiving reports of disorder.
On arrival, a male was found deceased in the backyard of a residential property.
The legislation around the government’s EDUCANZ body is so sloppy it is impossible to know what kind of monster will eventually be unleashed, says PPTA president Angela Roberts.
A University of Canterbury (UC) historian will recount the special role that dogs have played in Antarctic operations at a public talk on Sunday (5 October) at New Zealand’s premiere IceFest festival.
Emirates yesterday celebrated the launch of its fourth daily nonstop passenger service to Tehran with the landing of a one-off Airbus A380 service.
A Rio 2016 Paralympic Games Volunteer Programme has been launched with less than two years to go until the start of the Games.
A stunning array of innovative designs graced the catwalk at tonight’s sixth-annual Newmarket Young Fashion Designer Awards. Two budding young designers have received supreme awards with opportunities’ to kick-start their careers in fashion.