Christchurch City Holdings (CCHL), as the shareholder of City Care Limited, advises that negotiations are continuing around the potential sale of City Care. These negotiations are expected to extend beyond 30 June 2016.
“The club was conceived by Bobby Jones and Clifford Roberts. Their vision was to establish a national membership for the club. They took a $70,000 option on a 365-acre property called Fruitland Nurseries in Augusta, Ga.
The new post-Brexit landscape will require more work by New Zealand trade negotiators, says ExportNZ.
American Airlines’ inaugural Auckland-Los Angeles service started today, opening up more choice for New Zealanders travelling to the United States.
A hat-trick from former New Zealand U-17 player Dylan Stansfield has seen East Coast Bays knock out the defending champions Eastern Suburbs in round three of the Chatham Cup on Saturday.
As the wetter months set in, Horizons Regional Council is again reminding rural communities to keep grazing stock off stopbanks to ensure they are best able to perform their function as an essential flood protection asset.
'The plan for education outlined in today's Budget comes directly from Treasury advice,' said Paul Drummond, President of the New Zealand Principals' Federation, 'and will not improve the educational experience for Kiwi kids in school,' he said.
'Smaller' a short film by Aucklander Andy McDowell has won two prestige awards at the 2013 World Parkinson Congress in Montreal, Canada. The animated film is based on a poem Andy wrote when he was newly diagnosed with Parkinson’s.
New Zealand First is pushing hard for Closer Commonwealth Economic Relations (CCER) with the United Kingdom to be New Zealand’s number one trade priority.
Auckland Airport has welcomed its 23rd international airline this morning, with the arrival of the inaugural American Airlines daily flight between Los Angeles and Auckland.
A hat-trick from former New Zealand U-17 player Dylan Stansfield has seen East Coast Bays knock out the defending champions Eastern Suburbs in round three of the Chatham Cup today.
…But you can’t take Auckland out of The Jaffa.
So I seem to be gaining a reputation as the Auckland Blogger from Hell.
Case in point, very narcissistically I asked a friend lately if she read my blogs.
"The maritime industry is indispensable to New Zealand," Director of Maritime New Zealand, Keith Manch said today.
"At least 97 percent of our trade is transported by sea - it is the crucial lifeline for our economy and way of life.
Having a few beers with the boys is already a winning combo, but imagine if that quick catch-up at the local pub ended up bagging you a $500,000 Lotto win?
More than 200 invited guests attended the official opening in Whanganui last night ( Friday June 24) of a unique exhibition - Revealed - featuring a selection of recently uncovered art works from the 97-year-old Sarjeant Gallery Te Whare o Rehua Whanganui.
Kiwi newlyweds Ashleigh and Louis Davis have appeared on an American breakfast television show, Great Day Live! after a wedding day photo snapped outside KFC Whangarei went viral.
Q+A, 9-10am Sundays on TV ONE. Repeats of Q&A will screen on TVNZ7 at 9pm Sundays and 9am and 1pm on Mondays.
PAUL HOLMES INTERVIEWS TREVOR MALLARD
Hunting for dinosaur remains, learning about pounamu occurrence in the South Island, and looking after groundwater and geothermal resources will be among the earth science topics discussed at a day-long seminar at Te Papa on 14 July.
A highly favourable exchange rate, low interest rates and attractive yields have boosted Australian activity in the New Zealand commercial property market, according to Ray White Commercial.
As some Kiwis look forward to hitting the ski slopes this weekend, four lucky Lotto players from Kawakawa, Auckland, Christchurch and Rolleston will be sliding into a windfall of their own after winning $250,000 each with Lotto First Division in tonight’s live Lotto draw.