SKYCITY Entertainment Group has announced the appointment of John Mortensen as its Group Chief Operating Officer.
Approximately 15 distribution centre workers at Ceres Organics, an ethical food supplier, are taking strike action today as the company refuses to negotiate over wages, redundancy and overtime rates.
After a busy rugby season, where he was selected and played for the NZ Secondary School Barbarians against Australia and Fiji, Kaylum Bochier has quickly assimilated back into the summer code and has been in fine form for Taranaki of late.
Opus International Consultants (Opus) has appointed three global Sector Leaders to drive and implement its new water strategy.
Nearly 800,000 students and teachers from 2400+ schools are now using Network for Learning’s (N4L) Managed Network to enhance their learning, marking the completion of one of the largest technology implementations into New Zealand schools.
Mario Bilen faces a race against time to be fit for Auckland City FC's all-or-nothing FIFA Club World Cup playoff clash with Kashima Antlers on Thursday.
The New Zealand Women’s Youth Water Polo squad has been announced today ahead of the FINA World Women’s Youth Water Polo Championships being held in Auckland next week.
Foodco New Zealand are proud to announce our new Self-Service checkout kiosk at Auckland City Hospital at Jamaica Blue.
Designed for hospital staff and visitors in a hurry this new tablet has been installed so everyone can have the perfect coffee customised to their personal taste.
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Save the Children is on the ground in Kaikoura preparing to open the country’s first Child Friendly Space to to help children recover in the wake of last week's devastating earthquake.
Pharmac’s decision to fund pertuzumab (trade name Perjeta) from January 2017 for New Zealanders with advanced (metastatic) HER2+ breast cancer will be good news for patients diagnosed from the New Year onwards, but is a bitter pill for the 160 Kiwis who have been deprived of this significantly
Lincoln University and its insurers have agreed to a further $25 million partial settlement of its earthquake related insurance claims.
A University of Canterbury professor of e-learning with an outstanding international research reputation has been recognised for her contribution to the New Zealand education system.
Wellington City Council’s one-stop-shop Earthquake Recovery Information Centre (ERIC) will be opened by the Mayor Justin Lester at 1pm on Tuesday 6 December.
The Otago Regional Council is inviting the Dunedin public to let it know how they want the planned Great King Street bus hub to look and feel.
Vocus New Zealand has today taken ownership of Switch Utilities Ltd, marking the company’s first acquisition in New Zealand since the merger with M2 Group earlier this year.
Syria’s shattered health system is forcing health workers to engage in brutal medical practices and a series of epidemics have left millions of children exposed to a plethora of deadly diseases, Save the Children says in a new report.
A special day for Hamilton dogs and their owners has been planned as part of Hamilton’s Christmas festivities.