The government is passing the buck on tourist drivers falsifying documents to drive on the country’s roads, says New Zealand First.
A ridge of high pressure continues to sit over central New Zealand giving the country a typical summer’s day and this continues through the weekend.
James Palmer, HBRC’s Group Manager Strategic Development, says it’s premature to consider a Water Conservation Order or WCO application for the Ngaruroro and Clive Rivers while a planning process is already under way in this catchment.
By Betty Lam (Partner, Vital Addition)
The people of Canterbury will be shocked to hear that the Minister of Health believes there is no problem with mental health funding in Canterbury, says Labour’s spokesperson on Health Annette King.
Three Bahrain Polytechnic staff are at Otago Polytechnic this week to share their experiences of using the Problem Based Learning (PBL) teaching technique where students learn through the experience of solving an open ended problem in their Mechanical Engineering degree.
Fancy ‘owning’ a small piece of city real estate, with a great view of some classy concerts? The Nelson School of Music has 300 seats up for sponsorship in a campaign that will be officially launched at this Saturday’s Nelson Opera in the Park.
Auckland City FC can secure a seventh ASB Premiership minor championship if they can overcome high-flying Canterbury United in Christchurch on Sunday.
Christchurch City Council today agreed to a significant upgrade to the Cranford Basin stormwater network.
Aiming immunisation campaigns specifically at fathers-to-be could be a promising new approach to get more New Zealand children immunised on time suggests new research by the Growing Up in New Zealand study.
Star chef Michael Van de Elzen is on a mission to make breakfast a more exciting time of day. One of the stars of TV One’s Kiwi Living, Michael has teamed up with Weet-Bix to inspire Kiwi families to eat a Better Brekkie.
When searching for their ideal romantic partner, Kiwis are less interested in good looks and intelligence than they are in honesty and a sense of humour.
The rise of widespread cooperation among large human groups has puzzled scholars for centuries but now scientists think they may have identified a key factor: fear of punishment by an all-seeing, all-knowing god.
The Ministry of Education boss Peter Hughes seems to be under some kind of illusion if he holds the view that "most kids do have a device", says Labour’s Associate Education spokesperson Jenny Salesa.
New Zealand First is urging Conservation Minister Maggie Barry not to approve the introduction of silver carp to a fish farm near Taupo.
Global infrastructure consultancy, Opus International Consultants (Opus) has appointed Katie Mills in the role of General Manager Marketing and Communications.
The Prime Minister today introduced a new element of misinformation when he claimed I spent all my time up in Northland on my fishing boat, fishing, says New Zealand First Leader and Member of Parliament for Northland Rt Hon Winston Peters.
This year’s Coast to Coast looms as one of the most competitive in years with Whakatane multisport athlete Sam Clark and Nelson’s Elina Ussher the leading contenders for one day honours.
Mindfulness is everywhere. It is like a disease running rampant through society. It seems to have pervaded almost all spheres of life including work, study and personal development. Perhaps, unsurprisingly, it is also flavour of the month in the health and weight-loss industry.
New Zealand First is sick and tired of being labelled racist and xenophobic over the Auckland housing crisis, says New Zealand First.