Napier Mayor Bill Dalton is urging everyone to get behind this year’s White Ribbon campaign and speak out against violence.
The Chairman of listed Australian automotive aftermarket parts business Bapcor Limited (ASX:BAP) says its cash takeover offer for Hellaby Holdings Limited (NZX:HBY) offers certainty to shareholders who are otherwise facing considerable uncertainty.
Christchurch, the newest city in New Zealand, was largely not affected by the 7.5 earthquake which struck over 100km away from the city, in the early hours of Monday 14 November.
The weather this past week ended with a cold southerly outbreak, as a trough swept over the country on Friday and Saturday. There was snow about the hills in many South Island areas and skiffs of snow visible in web cams over the Desert Road early Sunday morning.
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The NZ Rock Lobster Industry Council (NZ RLIC) and the Canterbury Marlborough Rock Lobster Industry Association (CRAMAC 5) have added support to the declaration of an emergency temporary closure to lobster fishing along the South Island coast from Cape Campbell to the Conway River.
The Ministry of Civil Defence and Emergency Management is continuing to work 24/7 with dozens of agencies to manage the response to the 7.8 Kaikoura earthquake.
New Zealand have missed out on a place in the FIFA U-20 Women’s World Cup quarter-finals but will leave Papua New Guinea with their heads held high after another strong performance restricted a classy France side to a 2-0 victory.
The New Zealand WHITE FERNS’ unbeaten history against Pakistan in both One-Day Internationals and Twenty20 Internationals is intact after they dug themselves out of trouble to claim the 2016 tour finale T20 by 14 runs.
15 OCTOBER 2008 - International White Cane Day (White Cane Day) is observed annually on 15 October in recognition of the White Cane - the recognised international symbol of blindness and independence.
Biofuel production from agricultural wastes and more food from ruminant animals with lower environmental impacts are more likely now AgResearch has successfully applied to a prestigious US institution to have the DNA of microbes within the forestomach (rumen) of these animals sequenced.
Christchurch Art Gallery’s latest exhibition puts the lens over nine local and talented young artists forging new paths with their cameras.
By Andy McGechan, BikesportNZ
National titles go on the line for the youngest of New Zealand's motorsports heroes this weekend.
New Zealand Defence Force (NZDF) Major General Warren Whiting has taken command of the Multinational Force Observers (MFO) in the Sinai, in a handover ceremony earlier this week.
Danielle McKenzie's outstanding effort at the 2010 Dextro Energy Triathlon ITU World Championship Series in Hungary last week earned her second place in the under 19 age group in the sprint distance event.
As a winter chill hits the country, a lucky player from Morrinsville will be keeping warm by jumping up and down with excitement after winning $1 million with Lotto First Division in tonight’s live Lotto draw.
Tonight’s winning Lotto ticket was sold at Paper Plus Morrinsville.
The New Zealand Green Building Council (NZGBC) today announced the members of an advisory group of local industry specialists helping to shape a new green rebuild assessment tool for Christchurch that meets the needs of central city property owners, tenants and residents.
Keeping children safe and reuniting them with family is a major concern in post-quake Haiti, says UNICEF NZ.
Thousands of children are believed to have become lost and separated from their families in the chaos following the 7.0 magnitude earthquake last month.
Cornwall Park management and the Cornwall Park Trust Board were very concerned by the accident that occurred at the park today when a large tree fell on parked cars, Michael Ayrton, the Park Director, said this afternoon.
A week after a 7.8 magnitude earthquake hit New Zealand, CentrePort has resumed most operations and is focussed on minimising disruption to its customers.