Thames-Coromandel District Council (TCDC) has promptly replaced a boot cleaning station at Hannafords Wharf, Te Kouma, after the earlier facility was stolen less than 24 hours after being installed last week. It’s believed it may have been pulled out using a vehicle.
Every heard of the one arm paper hanger? Well how about the triathlete who will this weekend look to overcome a serious shoulder injury and line up in the Craigs Investment Partners Tinman Triathlon at Mount Maunganui?
LAKE WANAKA, New Zealand (February 11, 2011) - Lake Wanaka visitor numbers continue to climb with the destination achieving one of the largest percentage increases in international visitor numbers during December according to the latest figures released by Statistics New Zealand.
As the weather heats up, Horizons Regional Council is heading out to test water quality at popular swimming spots around the Region as part of its summer monitoring programme.
ASB has been named the 2013 New Zealand Bank of the Year by leading London-based magazine The Banker. The win was announced at the International Bank of the Year awards held in London over the weekend.
Consumers keen to try New Zealand’s fastest home broadband can access Snap’s new 200Mbps Lightwave Extreme service from today.
Auckland City fly the ASB Premiership flag on the world stage once again meeting host nation representative Raja Casablanca at the FIFA Club World Cup in Morroco at 8.30am on Thursday morning.
Tertiary Education, Skills and Employment Minister Steven Joyce today announced that 89 outstanding New Zealand students have been selected to study at top education institutions in Asia next year as part of the inaugural Prime Minister’s Scholarships for Asia.
Responding to this morning’s Dominion Post report that Wellington City Council is replacing public Christmas trees and tinsel with spot prizes, including rubbish bags, Jordan Williams, Executive Director of the Taxpayers’ Union said:
NZIER’s Shadow Board recommends the Reserve Bank leaves the interest rate at 2.50 percent but support for higher interest rates is growing.
Family history librarian for Auckland Libraries, Seonaid (Shona) Lewis, will share her knowledge and expertise during an evening on family history at the Hastings War Memorial Library on Thursday 16 January at 5.30pm.
A $1.2 million nationwide project will evaluate how care for people with resistant high blood pressure can be improved in New Zealand. The project will comprehensively assess aspects of health delivery for people with high blood pressure.
New Zealand First says the number of people needing surgery but not on waiting lists is a ticking time bomb requiring urgent action by the Minister of Health.
CURRENCY: There is little information to impact markets today so we expect a continuation of recent muted ranges. Australian consumer confidence could add to the body of evidence that suggest the economy is basing.
Almost 200,000 New Zealand residents could be affected by proposed tax changes for foreign superannuation schemes.
The Northern District Cricket Association and the Northern Knights today announced that The New Zealand Breast Cancer Foundation will be the official charity for the 2009-10 cricket season.
Ethnic diversity is increasing in New Zealand. According to the latest 2013 Census results, released today, our five largest ethnic groups are New Zealand European, Mâori, Chinese, Samoan, and Indian. Our smallest ethnic groups include Greenlander, Sardinian, and Latin American Creole.
A 49-year-old Auckland beneficiary was jailed today for 10-and-a-half months after he pleaded guilty to 30 charges of possessing objectionable publications - pictures of children being sexually exploited or abused.
Children’s soft toys can harbour high levels of cat and dog allergens as well as house dust mite allergens, according to new research by the University of Otago, Wellington.