Resource consent is being sought for a proposed wastewater treatment scheme in the Curio Bay/Porpoise Bay area.
The NZ Art Show today announced the recipients of this year’s NZ Art Show Emerging Artist Awards. The four $2,500 awards, which are open to students studying towards a visual arts degree or diploma, attracted 42 applicants.
Queenstown tourism giant Shotover Jet is embracing technological advances enabling holidaymakers to capture their own jet boating experience on camera for the first time.
The Māori Party welcomes the statement on freshwater management but is disappointed that the Government did not take a bolder move to save the future of freshwater in Aotearoa for all New Zealanders in announcing their National Policy Statement on Freshwater Management.
The 2014 election will be a key focus for multicultural councils in communities around New Zealand forr the next two months, says Multicultural New Zealand, the Federation of Multicultural Councils.
NZEI Te Riu Roa is concerned that the Minister of Education may not appreciate the financial pressure on schools or realise that schools frequently spend parent donations on essentials rather than "extras".
Today marine mammal expert Dr Liz Slooten of Otago University expressed concerns over dangers to whales and dolphins from sonar and seismic exploration for deep sea oil in Statoil’s permit zone off Northland.
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A map released today tracks the route of oil exploration ship Duke just off the coast of Patea and Whanganui which runs over Maui’s dolphin habitat, and the protected area for Maui’s Dolphin recommended by the International Whaling Commission last month.
Paralympics New Zealand (PNZ) has secured the services of former professional cyclist Dale MacDonald as National Development Co-ordinator of the Para-Cycling programme.
Toyota Racing New Zealand has announced the championship calendar for the 2015 Toyota Racing Series will include a return to Ruapuna near Christchurch and also to the Taupo circuit.
Steinlager Pure has launched a sponsorship of an incredible 15 time world record holding New Zealander - William Trubridge - with a moving national ad campaign.
Agriculture is not only the backbone of our economy, it is also its entire skeleton, Ballance Agri-Nutrients Chairman David Peacocke told the Ballance Farm Environment Awards national sustainability showcase last week.
A history of the dramatic changes undergone by the ManawatÅ« landscape, particularly over the past 150 years, will be launched next week.
Fonterra has entered into an exclusive partnership with UK-based Dairy Crest to market and sell two products for the fast growing global baby food market.
If seeing goals, skilful play and fast action is your thing, rising Futsal Whites star Dylan Manickum says you should get yourself to the New Zealand side’s Trans-Tasman Cup series against Australia in Wellington next week.
The National Policy Statement for Freshwater Management, incorporating the National Objective Framework, is the most comprehensive approach to sorting environmental issues for this country’s freshwater resource. While tough on farmers it is equally tough on urban New Zealand.
New global research from Unisys shows that New Zealand enterprises are less mature than their global counterparts in embracing mobility as a core part of their business and IT strategies, with the majority focused on using mobility for internal business processes rather than for customer-facing p
More than 200 delegates representing more than 70 family-focused organisations and groups are gathering in Auckland on Friday for the eighth annual NZ Forum on the Family, hosted by Family First NZ.