Award-winning Millbrook Resort has hit yet another hole-in-one beating off stiff competition to take out the title of Oceania’s Best Golf Hotel and Best Golf Hotel in New Zealand at the inaugural World Golf Awards held in Portugal last weekend.
This weekend on The Nation… Laila Harre breaks her post-election silence… the veteran activist of the left fronts up on the future of the Internet Party, her own leadership, and what’s next for her.
Statement from Gull
International visitor spend in New Zealand continues to grow, with spend from China now at a record $979 million, up 33 per cent from September last year, according to the latest quarterly International Visitor Survey released by the Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment (MBIE).
Fifty-one New Zealand technology companies have been included in the 2014 Deloitte Technology Fast 500 Asia Pacific index, tying the record for Kiwi companies achieved in 2009 and outpacing last year’s 40 companies. Twelve are ranked in the top 100.
New Zealand First is backing a call by the Equal Employment Commissioner Dr. Jackie Blue for a full explanation from State Services Commissioner Iain Rennie over the handling of the Roger Sutton case.
Minister for Women Louise Upston is encouraging employers to attract more women to trades work to assist with the Canterbury rebuild.
Auckland Airport, China Southern Airlines and Al Brown have joined forces to introduce a unique New Zealand taste to the China Southern inflight experience.
With the Powerball jackpot reaching $16 million this week Lotto New Zealand is searching for a lucky player to become New Zealand’s newest Lotto millionaire.
There are six new faces in the All Blacks Sevens squad contracted for the 2014/15 IRB HSBC Sevens World Series.
The contracted players are:
I have never run on a motorway before. Probably because it’s illegal. And dangerous. But a few weeks back I saw a section of motorway that was absolutely perfect for running a 1km sprint.
Labour has drafted legislation to establish a mandatory code of conduct for supermarkets to ensure New Zealand suppliers are not affected by anti-competitive behaviour.
Māori Television is proud to support the free-to-air launch of National Indigenous Television (NITV) in Australia. NITV will begin broadcasting free-to-air from 12.00pm, 12 December 2012, delivering content about indigenous Australians to all Australians for the first time.
Data released today by the Real Estate Institute of NZ ("REINZ") shows there were three fewer farm sales (-0.9%) for the three months ended October 2014 than for the three months ended October 2013.
A New Zealand documentary focusing on understanding autism has been nominated for an award at the 2014 Asian Television Awards.
A new free app for smartphones and tablets telling stories about one of the most dynamic and colourful periods of New Zealand’s history is being launched today.
Today, Spanning Cloud Apps, the most trusted provider of data backup and recovery for cloud applications, and Fronde, an Australasia technology leader, announced a strategic partnership that will help to liberate organisations from the risk of data loss.
The Whanganui Vintage Weekend Trust has been working behind the scenes since February to create another vintage extravaganza next Wellington Anniversary Weekend that promises to be bigger and better than any before.
The NZ Transport Agency has kicked-off Stage 2 of the SH1 Ellerslie Widening Project which will see the construction of an additional northbound lane running from the Ellerslie-Panmure Highway on-ramp to just after the Main Highway overbridge.
A one-night-only screening of three films by the late Harun Farocki, a German media artist, critic, editor and curator, will be shown at the Light House Cinema Cuba in Wellington next Wednesday 26 November.