Hawke’s Bay Airport Business Park is powered for the future, with local electricity company Unison Networks completing construction of a new, dedicated power supply and ultra-fast fibre broadband network for the Park.
National Volunteer Week has ended, but that does not mean volunteer recognition is over for New Zealand.
Wellington-based software company Syl Semantics (Syl) has appointed Lindsay Renwick as Business Development Executive, Wellington.
The Golden Homes Black Sox softball team have lost their first game of their Canadian tour with a 7-8 scoreline against a powerful local team at the Hill United Shootout in St Catharines, Ontario.
Ten young Maori and Pacific Island children had the time of their lives on Friday when they joined the Wellington Phoenix players for the afternoon.
The Governor General, Sir Jerry Mateparae, is set to launch Surf Lifesaving’s Northern Regions new Surf Diversity Programme at Government House Auckland on Tuesday 24 June, 2014.
Pharmacies in New Zealand are providing a professional and high standard of service, according to 95% of patients who completed a customer satisfaction survey earlier this year and rated the service they received between 7 and 10 (out of 10).
Waikato District Health Board (DHB) chair Bob Simcock today announced the appointment of Dr Nigel Murray MBE as the board’s new chief executive.
The 40th American Express Queenstown Winter Festival has begun with thousands of Queenstown, New Zealand locals and visitors gathering on the waterfront under clear southern skies to watch spectacular fireworks and pitch perfect performances.
Rotorua District Council will undertake a comprehensive public consultation programme before making any decisions on whether to fluoridate the district’s water supply. Currently Rotorua’s water is not fluoridated.
A front is expected to move northwards across the South Island West Coast during Saturday, preceded by a moist northwest flow and heavy rain. The heaviest falls are expected in the ranges of Westland, where a HEAVY RAIN WARNING is now in force.
At approximately 4.30pm this afternoon, Hawke's Bay Police and Emergency services were called to the scene of a serious motor vehicle crash at the intersection of Ford Road and Carnegie Street, Onekawa, Napier.
A front is expected to move northwards across Westland during Saturday morning and afternoon, preceded by a moist northwest flow and heavy rain.
Hamiltonians are being asked how they use the facilities the city provides for dog owners to exercise their pets, and whether they have any ideas on how they can be improved.
Chugg Entertainment are pleased to announce that due to overwhelming demand, BOB DYLANs Claudelands Arena show on Saturday 9th August has sold out and a second show has now been added for Sunday 10th August 2014.
New Zealand’s wild conservation land should be protected from logging, the Green Party said today.
National has announced plans to allow logging of native forest on public land on the West Coast damaged in Cyclone Ita.
The Australian U20s side has beaten France to claim Fifth Place honours at the IRB Junior World Championship in Auckland, following a second half comeback.
Australia ran in five tries to France’s three to secure a 34-27 win over the Junior Six Nations Champions.
New Zealand Rugby (NZR) and UNICEF today announced an international partnership which will see the All Blacks, and all other New Zealand Rugby teams, support UNICEF’s work in improving the lives of children and communities around the world.
Arts, Culture and Heritage Minister Christopher Finlayson announced today grants of $4.1 million to three museum projects around New Zealand in Akaroa, the Chatham Islands and Waitangi.