Ascot Park Hotel Southern Steel set the 2016 season alight with a storming come-from-behind rally to edge the SKYCITY Mystics 58-57 in Auckland on Friday.
Taranaki Thunder secured an important win early on Day 1 of the 2016 Women’s Basketball Championship (WBC) second tournament on Friday at Saxton Arena.
Kiwi communities will have easier access to life-saving technology thanks to Z Energy’s nationwide installation of more than 200 defibrillators at Z service stations across New Zealand.
Former CTU president Helen Kelly will receive a Lifetime Achievement award at the New Zealand Workplace Health and Safety Awards 2016 gala dinner on 25 May. The winners in each of the competitive categories will be announced at the same time.
Air New Zealand and Toyota have proven they have the strongest, most consistent reputations in the country, with the latest NZ Corporate Reputation Index results ranking them 1st and 2nd respectively - the third year running the organisations have been in the top 2.
Science and Innovation Minister Steven Joyce and Communications Minister Amy Adams have welcomed today’s announcement by Hawaiki confirming it will build a submarine cable linking New Zealand, Australia and the United States.
On The Nation: Patrick Gower interviews Robert Reich
Declining incomes, widening inequality and job insecurity means that one day we will have to seriously consider a universal basic income
If you’re taking advantage of the school holidays (16 April to 1 May) with a much needed break, buckle in for the flight! New research from Cheapflights.co.nz suggests airports up and down the country will be adopting the brace position as thousands of Kiwi families take to the skies.
The deaths of four workers in the past three months is a sad reminder that the forestry industry still has much work to do to improve its safety performance, the Forestry Industry Safety Council (FISC) says.
Countdown’s latest collectible range, Disney Movie Stars, takes Kiwi kids on a magical journey through popular Disney animated films.
Rivals are not the only thing the players competed with today as rain started to fall here in Auckland, Day 2 of the National Intercentre.
South America, and in particular Brazil, is set to dominate global beef trade in 2016 with favourable currency rates, improved market access and increased beef availability expected to lift South American beef exports by 11 per cent, according to a new industry report.
Sharing a nanny between families is now more popular than ever, with New Zealand’s leading in home childcare provider seeing nanny share placements significantly increase in the last year.
A world record to Paralympics star Sophie Pascoe and two more swimmers under the qualifying standing sparked an excellent penultimate night of action at the 2016 New Zealand Open Swimming Championships in Auckland.
The Arts Foundation says philanthropic support for the arts has the potential to plug some of the gap left in arts funding announced by Creative New Zealand today.
30 July 2008 - Nearly 800 people converged on Parliament last night to the celebration of the 150th anniversary of Croatian settlement in New Zealand hosted by Prime Minister Helen Clark and Ethnic Affairs Minister Chris Carter.
South Waikato mineral extraction and processing company, Blue Pacific Minerals (BPM) will officially open its new multi-million dollar processing plant next week.
The fourth forestry fatality this year is a tragedy for the families and the sector according to WorkSafe Chief Executive Gordon MacDonald.
Mazda New Zealand is proud to join the Prostate Cancer Foundation of New Zealand family of sponsors to help raise awareness around this deadly disease by providing the organisation with a Mazda6 branded with the iconic blue ribbon.
Steven Joyce today admitted he’s got no idea of the size of his Ministry’s payroll liability six months after being told legal breaches were being investigated, Labour’s Economic Development spokesperson David Clark says.