Integration efforts across the Canterbury Health System remain pivotal to Canterbury District Health Board’s performance in meeting health targets.
Hutt City enjoys busy first quarter of events and tourism activity Lower Hutt has enjoyed a strong start to 2015 with an increase in visitors and retail spending, a vibrant events calendar and an increased tourism profile.
The 10-year plan for shaping the future of the Waikato region will be delivered on a rates revenue rise of just 0.4 per cent in 2015/16.
Education Minister Hekia Parata has welcomed the development of new measures of educational success to be used for both internal and external evaluation of schools.
Irrigation projects will receive a kick-start of $25 million in operating funding for five years from 2016/17 through the Irrigation Acceleration Fund (IAF), Primary Industries Minister Nathan Guy has announced today.
The University of Canterbury has offered assistance with Auckland’s housing crisis - by offering study opportunities to Auckland students in 2016 and beyond.
Associate Transport Minister Craig Foss will represent the New Zealand Government at the third Transport and Infrastructure Council meeting in Sydney this week.
Since the last Arts Grant round closed on 6 March almost the entire organisation has been involved at some point in their processing.
It’s been 20 years since Taki Rua Productions first presented NgÄ Pou Wahine in what was a watershed moment in the career of prolific MÄori writer Briar Grace-Smith.
The government’s continued refusal to give loans to students studying longer than seven years shows just how out of touch they are, says New Zealand First.
Commerce and Consumer Affairs Minister Paul Goldsmith released an Issues Paper for public consultation today, as part of a review aimed at improving financial advice legislation.
Total goods exports fell $240 million (5.5 percent) to $4.2 billion in April 2015 compared with April 2014, Statistics New Zealand said today.
Today a widow and a mother sit together in the High Court in Wellington fighting for justice for the men that were killed at work in the Pike River Mine disaster of 2010, at the same time the Government contemplates weakening proposed changes to make work safer.
The Kia Magic scored three essential victories in Hamilton tonight - a crucial 52-47 win over the Mojo Pulse, a berth in the New Zealand Conference Finals, and the long-awaited return of their inspirational leader Casey Kopua.
The latest southerly storm has given Queenstown’s Coronet Peak and The Remarkables the best possible start to winter with up to half a metre of snow blanketing both ski areas.
Staff at Coronet Peak and The Remarkables found themselves knee-deep in fresh powder this morning.
Waikato Regional Council has today agreed to continue collecting the rate for the national bovine tuberculosis (TB) programme, but at a reduced amount of $500,000.
The very cold and strong southwest flow over New Zealand is easing.
Emirates Aviation University and Airways New Zealand and have officially opened their purpose-built air traffic control training facility in Dubai, one of the world’s largest air transport hubs.
The Cresswell Jackson New Zealand Wine Trust has awarded funding for two University of Otago projects, both designed to benefit the country’s wine industry.
Integrated approach needed for MÄori economic development Business and asset development, employment opportunities and wealth creation must contribute to MÄori well-being, according to iwi at the launch of a MÄori economic development research report in WhakatÄne.