Netball NSW is pleased to announced The Sydney Boulevard Hotel has extended their partnership as Team Partner of the NSW Swifts for the 2015 ANZ Championship.
City Gallery Wellington is thrilled to present video installations by acclaimed international artist, Candice Breitz.
The Auckland Languages Strategy Working Group has criticised the Maori Language (Te Reo Maori) Bill 2014 as ineffective in promoting Te Reo Maori to the extent that is required - and the group has made a submission on the Bill to propose a number of key changes.
The world's top ranked freestyle skiers battled it out under picture perfect blue skies at Cardrona Alpine Resort today where Torin Yater-Wallace (USA) and Devin Logan (USA) won the men and women’s FIS Freestyle Ski Halfpipe World Cup titles.
Two Vodafone Warriors will now feature in the NRL All Stars squad with veteran hooker Nathan Friend today called up to join team-mate Manu Vatuvei for the 2015 clash against the Indigenous All Stars at Cbus Super Stadium in Robina next Friday night (February 13).
This afternoon Police have arrested and charged a 29-year-old male with accessory after the fact to murder.
The Male from Lower Hutt will appear in the Lower Hutt District Court on Saturday the 7th of February 2014.
Internal Affairs Minister, Hon Peter Dunne, today launched a new book celebrating the value new New Zealanders add to our national identity.
The Football Ferns’ preparations for their third straight FIFA Women’s World Cup appearance kick up a gear on Sunday as the New Zealand open the international tri-series against Korea DPR in Auckland.
At about 8.30pm this evening Police responded to an incident in High Street, Taita, Lower Hutt.
A man at the address was found deceased and a homicide investigation has commenced. The address has been cordoned and secured and a number of people from the address are being spoken to.
The Community and Public Health division of the Canterbury District Health Board has lifted its algal bloom health warning issued along the Selwyn River at Whitecliffs Domain. This was issued on November 21, 2014
Associate Trade Minister Todd McClay leaves on Saturday for the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia and Qatar where he will meet with a range of government and commercial representatives.
Hostilities are set to resume with the 2014-15 Plunket Shield brought to you by Budget Car And Truck Rental getting back underway tomorrow and through the long weekend.
"It’s official", confirms Vaitele Soi’s management Event Polynesia.
"If a fire were to threaten your home, would you know what to do?"
As the fire risk in Selwyn rises with ongoing dry weather, that’s a question every Selwyn homeowner needs to consider.
Workers have been short changed by up to one sixth of the wages they should have earned as a result of employers not sharing the benefits of productivity growth, the Council of Trade Unions said today.
Whangamata's harbour wharf and beaches were more popular than ever over the peak holiday period, with a new lifeguard service there adding to the allure.
"Hundreds more people flocked to the area each day than would usually do so," says Council's Whangamata Area Manager Garry Towler.
Police are investigating the scene of a critical injury, single vehicle crash on Curran Street, Herne Bay, Auckland, that has occurred at about 2:54 a.m.
UNICEF urged warring groups in South Sudan to follow up fast on the ceasefire deal reached Monday or face potentially catastrophic food shortages in the conflict areas of the country.
Attempts by three Labour MPs, Jacinda Ardern, Christopher Hipkins and Grant Robertson, to stop changes to the National Library’s Service to Schools programme, which will see more students and more schools receiving an increased number of books from the National Library, would be comical if they
Play It Strange will host a live performance of The Rolling Stones hit song "Paint It Black" performed by Jordan Luck, Mike Chunn and Kaipara College musicians this Thursday 5th Feb 2015 at 12 noon.