Waikato Police investigating the deaths of two men in separate crashes over the weekend say too many families are being left picking up the pieces and its time drivers' attitudes changed.
Arthritis New Zealand Chief Executive Sandra Kirby today urged people who use paracetamol not to be alarmed by recent reports of potential health risks. She was referring to media reports of potential risk of death, or kidney, intestinal and heart problems.
TaupÅ District Council is to seek an air operator to provide services on the TaupÅ to Wellington route Air New Zealand will stop operating at the end of April.
Overseas Indians, numbering over twenty-five million, have spread right across the globe and have made their mark in every walk of life - trade, industry, politics, academia and arts.
The final total for the acceptance of the Port Hills red zone Crown offer is now available.
Imagine a connected neighbourhood, where everyone knew each other, felt a sense of place and was proud to be part of the community. This year, Neighbours Day Aotearoa is bringing people together and turning streets into neighbourhoods on Neighbours Day, March 28th - 29th.
A Lincoln University IT graduate has completed an internship at a plant breeding and research company where he developed an app that is making life much easier for staff who carry out field work.
Waikato Police are warning motorists a rural link road joining SH1 with SH2 will be closed for several hours following a fatal collision in an area of road works around midday.
New research on the evolution of religious belief provides evidence that Pacific cultures were able to build large complex societies without the punishing, moralising "Big Gods" of Islam and Christianity.
The Grey Lynn Farmers Market, in cooperation with MPI field officers, has taken practical steps to ensure customers fully comply with the fruit fly restrictions currently in place for at least another two months.
A careful assessment of what could happen to the health of New Zealanders under the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA) is needed, say New Zealand doctors.
Youth organisation, Generation Zero, is today launching a report - Fix Our City: An analysis of the Transport Budget in the 2015 - 2025 Long Term Plan - that proposes that Auckland Council focuses on a transport budget that prioritises the essential public transport, walking and cycling projects
Now in its 8th year, these awards exist to recognise excellence in New Zealand’s IT sector by integrating Microsoft solutions and once again Koorb has been named a finalist in three of the three categories for which they entered a submission, being Independent Liquor, Hamilton City Council and
The School of Chemical Sciences at the University of Auckland celebrates 100 years this month with a range of public events and lectures.
Public feedback is being sought on proposed changes to the National Environmental Standard (NES) for telecommunications facilities to help speed up improvements and reduce costs.
Explosive attacking back Rene Ranger is to return to the Blues in 2016 and will be available to play for North Harbour in the ITM Cup this year.
The 28 year old has gained an early release from his contract with French club Montpellier after two seasons.
The Green Party today welcomed calls for a conversation about public sector pay caps, but stressed that the conversation must also include pay transparency and the ratios between the highest and lowest incomes, as part of a larger plan to address inequality in New Zealand.
Family First NZ says that the NZ lecture tour by Dr Rob Jonquiere, a leader of the Dutch euthanasia movement, will ignore the mounting evidence from his own country that there’s no safe way to kill people and that assisted suicide will result in coercion and abuse, potentially resulting in a
After three years of developing, testing, building prototypes and working with experts, Christchurch based developers of the revolutionary stationary wind braked trainer the Revbox ERG, are turning to the internet to raise funds to take it to the world.
Wellington students who were recognised for exemplary community spirit by Mayor Celia Wade-Brown’s Absolutely Positively Student Awards will meet civic leaders next week in an event with a difference.