Too many residents across Auckland do not feel safe at home, at work or travelling in between and it is time the Auckland Council took these concerns seriously, said Mayoral candidate John Palino.
It’s a winning Wednesday for a lucky Lotto player from Gisborne, who has won $1 million with Lotto First Division in tonight’s live Lotto draw.
The winning ticket was sold at Kaiti SuperValue in Gisborne.
An opportunity-of-a-lifetime is in store for Nic Millichip after the Katikati FC volunteer was named national winner of the McDonald’s Junior Football Coach of the Year competition.
The statutory managers of Aorangi Securities may now be unable to return almost 100 cents in the dollar to investors.
The National government is using the need to modernise the school system as a Trojan horse for privatisation and an end to free public education as we know it, Labour’s Education spokesperson Chris Hipkins says.
By Andy McGechan, www.BikesportNZ.com
Otago's Courtney Duncan is fired up for motocross glory both home and abroad.
Chris Whitely has been appointed National Facilities Manager for leading commercial property company, Oyster Group.
New Zealand has a long coastline and many of us live near the sea or have friends and family in coastal settlements, or we spend time at the seaside and out on the water. But if the ocean turns on us, are we prepared?
The revelation that Shell has advised its investment bank to offload its $1 billion New Zealand portfolio is another big nail in the coffin of the Government’s petroleum agenda, according to Greenpeace New Zealand.
Still uncommon just a few years ago, round-the-world tours and long-term, multi-destination trips have quadrupled in one year
It’s not just any old cricket bat - It’s from the Black Caps victorious 2016 Chappell-Hadlee One Day International Series and it could be yours!
Documents released to Labour under the OIA show the Government’s scrapped insurance advice booklet could have led to higher settlements for Southern Response customers, says Labour’s Canterbury spokesperson Megan Woods.
More car parks will be available in the city centre from next week when the Elizabeth Street parking building opens all floors. As with the Spring Street parking building, Elizabeth Street will be open 24/7.
Figures released today by Statistics New Zealand show New Zealand’s unemployment rate is now 5.1 per cent.
Port Otago’s new $6 million tug, the Arihi, is scheduled to arrive in Port Chalmers on Thursday 25 August following a two month, 16,000 kilometre voyage from Tuzla in Turkey as deck cargo on the specialised cargo ship the MV Deltagracht.
Personal trainer: $80
Boot Camp run through the park: $250
Clippy water bottle hip attachment: $20
Maintaining a cool, calm and collected façade whilst sweating like a pig? Priceless.
New Zealand Football is pleased to announce the draw for the 2016 National Women’s League, the main pathway for finding the next Football Ferns.
Reclaiming our children’s birth right
A collaboration between Wellington-based innovation hub, Creative HQ, and the Chengdu government is creating cross-border networks that could promote the capital as a global provider of innovation services.
Taking a few seconds to buckle up or put away mobile phone distractions appears to be a life-saving message still being missed by many during a recent national road safety operation.