The search for 26 year old Dutch tourist Ken Boogers has now gone into "continuous limited search mode" which means no official search teams will be put into the field until new information comes to light to direct a search.
A large low should move off to the east of the country on Monday. Unsettled conditions are likely during Monday but it is unlikely there will be any areas of sustained heavy rain.
Counties Manukau Police would like to thank their community following a successful Everyday Heroes event today.
The event was held at Botany Town Centre between 10am and 2pm and showcased a number of Police and emergency services.
"That was an insult. It doesn’t take guts; you've got to use your common sense" - Phil Goff
Labour’s Defence spokesperson Phil Goff told TV One’s Q+A programme that going to Iraq is a high-risk venture that is probably the least effective thing that we could do to stop ISIS.
In releasing two reports today, the Independent Police Conduct Authority has highlighted a number of significant problems with the way in which Police deal with people who are detained in Police cells.
Kiwis take part in special Oxfam Trailwalker in TaupÅ to raise funds for families living in poverty
Over 1000 people set to challenge poverty at Oxfam Trailwalker this weekend
This weekend on The Nation...
With a judicial review looming, Auckland mayor Len Brown fronts up about Ports of Auckland’s controversial expansion plans and the council’s role in it.
The Mayor today met with representatives of Ports of Auckland, key stakeholders and interested community groups to discuss the ports debate.
"The first step to resolving this debate is getting all the relevant parties around the same table," says Len Brown.
St Paul’s Collegiate claimed their first Springbok Shield success for 12 years in the penultimate race of a rousing first day of finals at the 2015 Aon Maadi Cup at Lake Karapiro.
The Reserve Bank is publishing a new set of household balance sheet statistics compiled using international standards.
Replacing the traditional ‘sick note’ with a ‘fit note’ is the way forward for ensuring a healthy and productive workplace in New Zealand, according to UK Government Expert Adviser on Health and Work, Professor Dame Carol Black.
The Black Caps play Australia in the Cricket World Cup final and a Fanzone, which has been operating near Britomart in the CBD, has been expanded to cater for up to 3000 people. In response to the Fanzone increase, limited additional bus and ferry services are available from Britomart:
While the whole of New Zealand has been rightly obsessing over the Cricket world cup over the past few weeks, a group of primary school girls in Northland have been learning some valuable skills for future careers with the help of another kind of cricket; namely, a clever piece of technology call
Multi award-winning eco-tourism company Ziptrek Ecotours continues to expand its business with the appointment of Matt Hirst to the sales team.
Canterbury Police received a report of a burglary at a rented residential property in Rolleston at around 12.30pm this afternoon (27 March 2015). The firearm safe was broken into and a number of firearms are understood to be missing.
The on-going education of All Whites midfielder Bill Tuiloma on and off the pitch is beginning to bear fruit - for both a talented young player himself and his international team mates.
With all eyes turned to Melbourne for the Cricket World Cup final this weekend, legions of dedicated Black Caps fans are snapping up last-minute tickets to travel across the Tasman.
ACC’s latest quarterly report highlights the impact of short-term volatilities on the ACC scheme’s financial position, says ACC Minister Nikki Kaye.
"The overall financial position of the scheme has improved over the past few years and it is now essentially fully funded.
All Whites captain Winston Reid has been ruled out of next week’s international clash with Korea Republic in Seoul.