Auckland City FC are off to Hong Kong to compete in the Nike Lunar New Year Cup in Hong Kong.
Misprint Co. is stationery business helping New Zealanders become more sustainable one sheet of paper at a time.
NZEI Te Riu Roa’s new President, Lynda Stuart, today (18 January) begins her two-year term leading New Zealand’s largest education union.
Bill English could use the opportunity of trade negotiations with the European Union (EU) to push for a new type of trade agreement that promotes sustainable economic development and helps create an economy that works for all New Zealanders, the Green Party said today.
While many people have had a rest from the stresses of work over the Christmas and New Year break, the reality can be different for farmers.
Three shearers gathered from around New Zealand have smashed a World record by 264 sheep despite the heat, the pumiced sheep of inland Hawke’s Bay and a year’s wool weighing an average of over 3.5kg a sheep.
The woman who was found unresponsive in a swimming pool at a North Shore property last week has passed away.
Jingru Su, aged 23 years old, died in hospital yesterday afternoon.
Jingru was a Chinese national, studying in New Zealand on a student visa.
Three shearers are hoping to become the third crew to set a World shearing record in the central North Island within eight days.
January 26, 1974 was a special day for swimming and a magnificent one for our entire nation. The 10th British Commonwealth Games was staged in Christchurch - and on that remarkable day New Zealand achieved three medals in one finals session at the QEII Pool.
New Zealand and Singapore’s Defence Ministers Gerry Brownlee and Dr Ng Eng Hen today observed Exercise Thunder Warrior, an artillery live-firing exercise at the Waiouru Training Area.
Under-resourcing from the National-led Government is seriously undermining the Police’s ability to combat organised crime, says Labour’s Police spokesperson Stuart Nash.
Median house prices have risen and sales volumes have stayed flat or fallen across New Zealand in December 2016 when compared to December 2015, according to the latest figures released today by REINZ, source of the most recent, complete and accurate real estate data in New Zealand.
A powhiri to welcome the new Massey University's College of Health Pro Vice-Chancellor Professor Jane Mills and Assistant Vice-Chancellor MÄori and Pasifika Dr Charlotte Severne was held on the Auckland campus this morning.
HELL continues to build on its reputation as a champion of ‘the underdog’.
Tickets for the second annual Farmlands Cup fixture will go on sale this Wednesday at 9am, with only 1500 tickets left for the BNZ Crusaders vs Pulse Energy Highlanders match.
The latest Oxfam report on inequality has lent its support to a Living Wage for all working New Zealanders as well as a fairer tax system so the wealthy pay their fair share.
Leading online marketplace, Trade Me, has pledged its commitment to increase youth employment in Auckland by becoming the latest business to sign up to the region’s Youth Employer Pledge programme.
Fonterra Co-operative Group Limited this week announced the appointment of Helen Moore to the role of Director Communications, effective 1 January 2017.
Waitaki MP Jacqui Dean has begun the political year by reassuring her constituents that they will still be her top priority, despite new ministerial roles for her this year.
For an exhilarating and elegant polo experience, the Auckland Westpac Rescue Helicopter VIP Marquee at the Land Rover NZ Polo Open, to be held in Clevedon on Sunday 19th February is already proving it will be a great place to be for Auckland’s sporting and social event of the summer.