Nick Honeyman, the highly regarded New Zealand chef who has run some of the country’s top restaurants, is setting up a Pop Up Restaurant at Giesen Wines’ Cellar Door in Blenheim.
Nick will create a five course degustation menu especially to match wines from the Giesen portfolio.
Adverse weather is continuing to cause disruption across the Wellington Rail Network.
Police investigating the April burglaries of motorcycle stores Kaiwaka Suzuki in Kaiwaka and Coleman's Suzuki in Gundry Street, Auckland City, arrested three men this morning after executing search warrants in Manurewa and Papatoetoe.
The strength of New Zealand’s ICT sector has been revealed in a new report released today by Economic Development Minister Steven Joyce and Communications Minister Amy Adams.
Horizons Regional Council operations and emergency management staff are monitoring river levels across the Region.
The Council activated its Emergency Operations Centre at 5.30 this evening and incident controller Allan Cook says the team is largely in monitoring mode at this stage.
The Public Service Association (PSA) is pleased that the Department of Corrections has reduced the number of jobs to be cut nationwide by 68 from their original proposal.
Rail services are not expected to resume in the Wellington region until Friday afternoon at the earliest due to adverse weather conditions
The wait is nearly over for virtual thrill seekers. On Saturday 16 May the eagerly anticipated next generation in wearable technology, the Samsung Gear VR Innovator Edition will be available to test-drive in 20 Noel Leeming stores across the country.
Commuters planning on travelling within the Wellington region tomorrow morning have been advised to consider alternatives to their usual morning commute.
The suspension of train services until at least midday tomorrow is likely to result in congestion on the roads.
A complex low is expected to move east over the country tonight (Thursday) and Friday. An associated trough, embedded in a strong moist northwest flow, is expected to move slowly east over the North Island tonight and Friday morning.
Civil Defence Emergency Assistance Centres are on standby around the KÄpiti District as more heavy rain is forecast.
Police have recovered the body of a 80-year-old male near Sladden Park in Bracken Street, Petone.
The man’s car was found submerged in water around 11.30am this morning with keys in the ignition.
The International Cricket Council today announced that the annual ICC Cricket Committee meeting will take place in Mumbai on 15 and 16 May.
Amongst the topics on the agenda for discussion over the course of the two days are:
Twitter has announced agreements with both Bing and Google to allow the two search engines to get access to the full feed of public Tweets.
John Key’s lack of oversight of our spy agencies has once again made them the subject of an inquiry by the Inspector General of Intelligence and Security (IGIS) into their political spying.
A Rotorua man has been convicted and fined $1000 plus court costs and solicitor’s fees today for illegally carrying out sanitary plumbing.
The New Zealand Olympic Committee has strengthened its framework and policies in the drive to ensure the rights of clean athletes and competitions are protected.
Kurtis Imrie, 19, was named ‘Kapiti Sportsperson of the Year’ at last night’s PAK’n SAVE Kapiti Sportsperson of the Year Awards 10th anniversary dinner.
SH1 northbound is open but severely restricted in places. One lane of SH2 northbound is now open from Ngaraunga to the Dowse Interchange.
Commuters are still advised to put their safety first and delay their travel if possible.
Members of Qatar’s U-20 international football team touched down in New Zealand recently - to compete in the Five Nations Series ahead of the FIFA U-20 World Cup, which kicks off May 30.