One of New Zealand’s most prolific angel investors, Trevor Dickinson, has been awarded the Angel Association of New Zealand’s (AANZ) prestigious Arch Angel Award at the 2016 NZ Angel Summit in Hawke’s Bay.
The Ministry of Justice reminds iwi, hapū and whānau that the application deadline for recognition of customary interests under the Marine and Coastal Area (Takutai Moana) Act 2011 is 3 April 2017.
The recent cyber-attack in the United States via the Internet of Things has re-focused attention on the potential threat for New Zealand.
Waitaki MP Jacqui Dean says she is disappointed that Westpac proceeded to close its Fairlie and Ranfurly branches today, but says she will be watching to ensure the community is not disadvantaged.
Canterbury Organised Crime Unit have exposed a methamphetamine supply ring in Christchurch this afternoon.
Throughout the day Police executed a number of searches of addresses and vehicles across the city.
A University of Canterbury engineer is researching the experiences of people who had to evacuate three of Christchurch’s tallest buildings with blocked exits or collapsed stairwells after the earthquake on February 22 last year.
The English language test offered by UCOL will soon be accepted as evidence of English language proficiency for some visa applicants.
MÄori Development Minister Te Ururoa Flavell has welcomed a date set by iwi to hold a national day to commemorate the New Zealand Land Wars.
The New Zealand Walking Access Commission has launched an improved version of its free nationwide Walking Access Mapping System to make it even easier for people to identify public access in the outdoors.
University of Canterbury (UC) researchers are helping Canterbury seed producers potentially help with the world’s growing food problem.
The New Zealand Super Fund chief executive Adrian Orr says the Fund is keen to be an active investor in New Zealand infrastructure, including providing capital to help build affordable housing.
A New Zealand entrepreneur has cracked a business model that fast-tracks the growth of small to medium businesses and enables them to go global.
Police were called to a serious crash on State Highway 2 at Rawiri Road, Mangatawhiri, shortly after 6:00PM this evening.
Two people have died at the scene and another is seriously injured.
Emergency services, along with Serious Crash Unit, are at the scene.
A union representing approximately 2000 labour hire workers in the logistics industry is calling on the Government to urgently introduce a licensing system in an effort to regulate the "wild west" industry.
In the lead up to the holiday season, Vodafone today announced it has made its award-winning $5 Roaming even better with the addition of six new destinations including Canada, Samoa, Papua New Guinea, Tonga, Vanuatu, and Solomon Islands.
E tÅ« is taking its case for fair pay for respite home carers to New Zealand’s highest Court.
Respite carers earn $75.00 for a 24-hour shift, caring for the sick and disabled while their primary carers take a break.
Simpson Grierson has advised state owned enterprise Solid Energy New Zealand Limited (Solid Energy) on the sale of its mines to three parties.
This week, the demerger of Trustpower became effective. This transaction, first announced to the market in December 2015, is a historical milestone for both Trustpower, and for renewable generation in Australasia. Russell McVeagh was involved in all aspects of the transaction.
Industry safety champions in both New Zealand and Australia have come forward to show their safety leadership by becoming Principal Partners to the 3rd FIEA Forest Industry Safety Summit.