Affordable Auckland Mayoral candidate Stephen Berry will be participating in the Auckland Rates Increase Public Meeting on June 10. The candidate says he will be exposing Len Brown’s dirty practises during the Long Term Plan consultation process.
In its submission filed today on New Zealand’s proposed Intended National Determined Contribution (INDC) or climate change target, EDS has called for a more meaningful process than that on offer. Submissions close at 5.00 pm today.
A large complex low over central New Zealand is moving slowly away to the east during Thursday morning, and is bringing rain or showers to most of the country, with persistent heavy rain affecting eastern Otago.
Keep New Zealand Beautiful and The Department of Conservation planted 150 plants today to help protect Narrow Neck Beach embankments.
By Will Leys (Sales Trader, CMC Markets)
The ASX200 has disappointed for the second consecutive day, sliding near 55 points in an expansive rout.
Two former Netball New Zealand Board Chair’s and two South Island Netball stalwarts have been recognised in the Queen’s Birthday NZ Royal Honours released today.
Three public outreach science projects funded through the new ‘Unlocking Curious Minds’ fund will be hard to miss for anyone in Auckland over the summer.
Entries for the Trustpower Community Awards opened in Tararua this week. Run in partnership with the Tararua District Council, the awards are open to all voluntary groups and organisations working to make the district a better place to live.
The New Zealand Nurses Organisation (NZNO) Mental Health Nurses Section fears the Government’s new social impact bonds is a way to privatise mental health services and abandon its responsibility to fund public health and social services for our most vulnerable New Zealanders.
McAfee has announced significant enhancements to McAfee All Access, the industry’s premier integrated cross-device security product for PCs, Macs, smartphones and tablets.
New promotional opportunities for the PS Waimarie will be built into a business plan to be developed by July 1.
With the squeeze coming on available industrial land north of Auckland city, a substantial 20.23 hectares of freehold land at Dairy Flat offers a prime land banking opportunity in light of a proposed zone change that would allow for significant development as a light industrial area.
New Zealand health experts have endorsed three priority policy actions to tackle child and adolescent obesity.
The Government is investing an extra $62.9 million of operating funding over the next four years to better assist children with special education needs to learn and achieve, Education Minister Hekia Parata says.
"The Government missed a golden opportunity to end stealth tax increases by indexing tax brackets," says ACT Leader David Seymour.
"The average household is $1036 worse off since the tax changes of October 2010 - a figure that’s increasing each year.
Illume is the name of Coromandel's newest festival, which will be lighting up Coromandel Town's main street in the next school holidays from 4 - 12 July 2014.
MetService advise that rainfall intensities in the Dunedin area are expected to ease overnight from now on. Flows in the smaller catchments such as the Leith, Lindsay, and Silver Stream will then start to stabilise or reduce.
Please come along to the third and final film screening in association with the exhibition Drawing Is/Not Building.
With the first GlobalDairyTrade auction of 2015/16 continuing a losing streak, New Zealand First wants to know if Trading Among Farmers (TAF) is part of the government’s review.
Over 618,000 homes, business and schools can now connect to Ultra-Fast Broadband (UFB) but as more people rely on UFB, they are turning to battery back-up devices.