Infants are at increased risk of falling prey to the national whooping cough (pertussis) epidemic as families gather to celebrate Christmas.
Justice Minister Judith Collins has welcomed the first reading of world-leading legislation to stop cyber bullies in their tracks.
Women across Australia and New Zealand are addicted to being digitally connected, suggests findings from a snapshot survey by AVG Technologies AUNZ into the lifestyles of women.
The principals of absolute returns, global investment management firm, New Zealand Assets Management ‘NZAM', today announced the appointment of a new chief executive, Andy Morris.
Harmonic Analytics, a local data science company, announced an agreement with NEC Corporation, a leader in the integration of IT and network technologies, to collaborate on an innovation programme - to develop Big Data solutions.
Recreating the lost arts of handweaving, embroidery and knitting combined with collaborations, innovative fabrics, upcycling, and colour define the inspiring emerging designer collections chosen for next year’s 15th Anniversary of iD Dunedin Fashion Week.
The Federation of Maori Authorities is hosting Maori women leaders from across New Zealand in Wellington at its second annual Huihuinga Wahine Maori Women’s Leadership Summit at the Amora Hotel Wellington on Thursday 5 December.
Two Great Eagles swooped into Wellington Airport’s main terminal building on Monday morning, giving Gandalf a glimpse of the runway.
The sculptures show Gandalf atop one of two Great Eagles, bringing news to the Middle of Middle-earth.
By Holly Hill
Cinemas in Sweden have introduced a feminist rating for films that includes whether the females discuss subjects other than blokes; but feminism should only ever be about women on women.
EasiYo Tactix are pleased to announce Anna Thompson has accepted the captaincy of the Christchurch-based team for the 2014 ANZ Championship season.
"The IPO was successful and we are very pleased to welcome all new shareholders. During the year product volumes and margins continued to grow. This helped the business deliver on its forecast which was a significant improvement over performance for the previous financial year."
The Prime Minister launched an inquiry which directly attacked New Zealand’s democracy and our constitutional arrangements; that is the inescapable conclusion of the Privileges Committee report released today, Green Party Co-leader Dr Russel Norman said.
It’s Christmas time, but according to the Trans-Tasman Political Report it may as well be April Fools, with the naming of Finance Minister Bill English as their Politician of the Year says New Zealand First leader Rt Hon Winston Peters.
Statistics Minister Maurice Williamson has welcomed today’s release of a large amount of 2013 Census data by Statistics New Zealand.
A Bay of Plenty iwi is distraught that the Crown has opened the door for foreigners to buy land it stole from the iwi and despite the iwi making an offer to buy the land at the commercial price.
Nightline anchor Sacha McNeil and 3 News Business Editor Michael Wilson will host Firstline in 2014.
Tonight on the New Zealand's Got Talent Grand Final, a game changing decision saw 13 acts reach the final stage.
The last remains of a once thriving flax industry in the Manawatu and Horowhenua areas have been registered as a Category 1 historic place by the New Zealand Historic Places Trust (NZHPT).
The Reserve Bank of New Zealand (RBNZ) has released the details on restrictions to high loan to value ratio mortgages, which will come into effect on the 1st of October.
On the back of the key signing of Ben Smith, the Highlanders have today announced that former All Black legend Brad Thorn, ‘Kurow Kid’ Hayden Parker and Otago loose forward TJ Ioane have re-signed with the southern franchise for the 2014 Investec Super Rugby season, along with the signing of