Christchurch Police are treating the death of a teenage girl in a house fire yesterday as a homicide.
Police executed a search warrant at a Beckenham address today (Saturday 12 March 2016). Located at the address was six large outdoor cannabis plants, a cut down .270 calibre bolt action rifle and .22 calibre pistol.
Youth - in the form of 27-year-old Sydneysider Tom Tweedie - made the running in the MSC NZ F5000 Tasman Cup Revival Series races on the first day of competition at the annual VHRR Phillip Island Classic motor racing meeting in Australia today.
Three lucky Lotto players from Auckland, Stratford and Blenheim will be jumping for joy after each winning $333,333 with Lotto First Division in tonight’s live Lotto draw.
Thousands of low decile school children will be screened for undiagnosed eye conditions under a new charitable initiative.
Health Minister Jonathan Coleman and Food Safety Minister Jo Goodhew welcome the Health Star Rating awareness campaign which starts this week.
Shortly before 2000 hours last night Coastguard's Northern Region Operations Centre was advised by a concerned member of the public that his neighbour had left from Waiwera to head out fishing alone in his small run about early that morning and had failed to return.
People who have suffered damage to their home, land or contents from today’s earthquakes in Canterbury have three months to lodge their claim with the Earthquake Commission (EQC).
CentrePort posted a net profit after tax of $4.6m for the six months to December 2015, $1.5m up on the same period last year (profit $3.1m).
Key features of this year’s result were a 3% increase in revenue, an 18% increase in container volumes and a 12% increase in log volumes.
"With key retail banks now passing on some, if not all, of the Reserve Bank’s record low cut to the Official Cash Rate it’s proving an unexpected but timely boost for many Kiwis," says Geoff Barnett, National Manager of Century 21 New Zealand.
Justice Minister Amy Adams will be the first New Zealand Minister to present to the United Nations Human Rights Council and will use the opportunity to highlight progress on reducing family violence.
New Zealand’s largest craft and home interior superstore is celebrating its 20th birthday this month.