Youth organisation, Generation Zero, is appalled at the next stage of the Auckland Housing Accord, released today, as it is once again focussed on urban sprawl.
Snap’s national high speed 200Mbps UFB plans, announced today, give Kiwis access to the country’s fastest broadband throughout New Zealand.
I wrote my first Heather Roy's Dairy on 9 August 2002 and have sent one out most Fridays since then. Looking back, they are a great record of what was happening at the time and the issues I was involved with.
The average asking price for a Kiwi home is on the rise again, up $6,000 over the last month to a new record of $597,250 according to the latest Trade Me Property Price Index.
Ethnic Communities Minister Peseta Sam Lotu-Iiga has welcomed Chinese Language week, which starts today.
Police are seeking 33-year-old Carlos Tangata Fraser, who is wanted to arrest for breaching bail conditions.
Mr Fraser is described as approximately 6 ft 1" tall, and of a large build.
He is believed to have connections in Hawkes Bay and in Tauranga.
The importance of training and hazard management while working at height has been highlighted at a Timaru District Court sentencing today.
Renowned Christchurch architects, Sir Miles Warren and Maurice Mahoney who established the architectural firm Warren and Mahoney in the late 1950s, celebrated with College House alumni and students on Saturday to mark its 50 years on the University of Canterbury’s ‘new’ Ilam site in its awa
The Horowhenua community is invited to celebrate the re-opening of the Levin Aquatic Centre following its redevelopment over winter.
There will be a Community Fun Day held on Saturday 24 September from 11am to 4pm at the centre. Entry cost is just the general admission fee.
Mazda New Zealand know all too well the importance of a regular service to keep your vehicle running well - and the same goes for your body.
Pushpay Holdings Limited (NZSX:PAY) (‘Pushpay’ or ‘the Company’) announces, as it prepares for an ASX foreign exempt listing, it intends to conduct a capital raising to Australian exempt investors and similar investors in other countries through Ord Minnett.
Hamilton's 30-year sister city relationship with Wuxi will be marked by a series of events held at Hamilton City Libraries over the next month.
Wilshire Group today launches Richmond, a new master planned community in Mount Wellington. Richmond has been designed in seven stages and will be completed over the next three to five years resulting in approximately 600 - 700 homes.
A concussion detecting mouth guard has won a Kiwi inventor the top prize in the New Zealand leg of the sixteenth James Dyson Award, a global product design competition that celebrates, encourages and inspires the next generation of design engineers.
The detention of Green Party MP Jan Logie and Australian Green Senator Lee Rhiannon in Sri Lanka today highlights the very problem they were travelling to Sri Lanka to shine a light on.
A statement has been prepared by the Ocheti Sakowin Camp Observers calling on all Human Rights organisations, in particular the United Nations Special Rapporteur on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, Victoria Tauli-Corpuz to visit the sacred site of Standing Rock and speak directly with those most
A collaboration between Wellington-based innovation hub, Creative HQ, and the Chengdu government is creating cross-border networks that could promote the capital as a global provider of innovation services.
The Commerce Commission has filed 16 charges against Bikes International Limited and Bike Retail Group Limited (which both operate as Bike Barn) relating to misleading conduct.
The latest NZIER Consensus Forecasts shows forecasters have again revised up their growth forecasts.
New leaked document shows 10 District Health Boards face budget cuts in real terms in this year’s Budget
DHBs in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch all face cuts in real terms, although DHB funding in dollar terms goes up $340m overall.