New Zealand’s Muslim leadership and the New Zealand Human Rights Commission have condemned the violent shooting tragedy in Orlando, Florida.
Health Minister Jonathan Coleman has congratulated the Sing Your Lungs Out Choir as the winner of the 2016 Minister of Health Volunteer Awards.
By Bala Tikkisetty
Having enough nitrogen in farming systems is essential. But having too much of it or not managing it wisely can have significant environmental consequences.
New Zealand’s co-operative business sector is better known overseas than in this country but that is set to change with two leading universities joining forces to conduct the first research study into the economic contribution of Kiwi co-ops.
Minister Responsible for the Earthquake Commission Gerry Brownlee has announced one new appointment and two reappointments to the Board of the Earthquake Commission (EQC).
The government needs to step in and ensure all Kiwis can view the All Blacks on free-to-view television, especially when they are playing in New Zealand, says New Zealand First.
We didn’t see the Russians there in Fiji’s time of need Defence Minister Gerry Brownlee told TV One’s Q+A programme.
Mountain Safety Council is disappointed that misinformation has spread in the media during the review process leading towards a new national firearms safety training model.
Chief Executive Mike Daisley is keen to clear up a few details for the public.
New Zealander Paul Coll has taken out the Fitzherbert Rowe Lawyers New Zealand International Squash Classic at SquashGym this afternoon in emphatic style.
Students, staff and alumni of the University of Auckland have sent a strong message to the University Council to vote to support divestment from fossil fuels at a rally today.
Havelock North High School’s Young Enterprise group SWA Products have entered the highly competitive sauce category with a spicy take on the classic New Zealand tomato sauce.
"It is said of very few people that they were ahead of their times, but Ta Kereama Ratima was one of the few who deserves that accolade," said Rangimarie Naida Glavish, president of the Maori Party in her tribute to the late Sir Graham Latimer, who died recently.
The 13th round of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP), the China-led rival to the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA), will be held at Sky City in Auckland in the coming week.
Leading real estate agency Bayleys has substantially increased the size of its operations in Auckland - acquiring the residential sales business operated by Goodwin Realty Limited in Auckland.
The Food Industry Group (FIG) is encouraged by the Ministry of Health's latest "Food & Nutrition Guidelines for Healthy Children".
The significant results keep coming for New Zealand tennis players in doubles with another title and another final.
Land Information New Zealand’s decision to appoint a Deputy Chief Executive to prop up the embattled Overseas Investment Office (OIO) is a welcome step that underlines how much work the OIO has to do to properly do its job, says Labour’s Land Information spokesperson David Cunliffe.
Fluoridation causes more premature births, one of the top causes of infant death in the USA. It poses the greatest risk to poor non-white mothers and babies. This is the finding State University of New York researchers from data spanning 1993 to 2002.
Disability Issues Minister Nicky Wagner today departs to the United States to support New Zealand’s candidate for election to the United Nations Committee on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities, engage with international experts on the employment of disabled people, and discuss emerging int
Christchurch lawyer, academic and activist Dr Duncan Webb, has been selected this afternoon by the Labour Party as its candidate to contest the Christchurch Central electorate in 2017.