More than 10,000 young people aged between 18 and 34 were influenced to vote in last year’s general election by the efforts of an interactive web tool designed by Massey University graduates.
Working-age Pacific people recorded the largest fall in work-ready jobseeker numbers over the last year, new statistics show.
The number of work-ready Pacific people receiving Jobseeker Support fell by 6.9% in the year to December, down by 404 to 5,485.
With the resignation of Mike Sabin it is time for Prime Minister John Key to explain what he knew and when did he first know about matters around the Northland MP.
Transport Minister Simon Bridges today announced the first $37 million worth of cycleway projects to be rolled out across the country as part of the Government’s Urban Cycleways Programme.
The New Zealand Law Society has announced the winners of New Zealand’s longest-established legal writing award, the Honourable Rex Mason Prize for Excellence in Legal Writing.
New Zealand athletes’ Olympic participation is benefitting from a world first power meter developed by University of Canterbury graduates.
Described as "the best Pinot Noir event on the planet", Pinot Noir New Zealand will be returning to the Wellington waterfront in 2017 for 3 days, commencing on the 31st January 2017.
The civil infrastructure industry has taken a major step forward towards establishing a recognised trade qualification for its workers.
Nathan Pilcher of Winton is just eight points off fourth position in the NZV8 Touring Car Championship after Round 4 of the championship at Teretonga Park in Invercargill last weekend.
Auckland City Police, Fire and Ambulance services are currently at the scene of a train versus pedestrian fatal crash in Morningside Drive, Morningside.
The incident occurred at a barrier controlled road, rail and pedestrian crossing.
The pedestrian is deceased at the scene.
"With the Reserve Bank today holding the Official Cash Rate at 3.5%, our retail banks in an interest rates war, Auckland rents increasing, and housing demand unrelenting, we’re seeing more and more first home buyers heading to South Auckland," says Geoff Barnett, National Manager of Century 21
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A powerful contingent of Japan Tour (JGTO) players is heading to Queenstown for the BMW New Zealand Open in March.
Kicking off a bold plan to transform the McDonald’s experience for New Zealanders over the next five years, the McDonald’s Balmoral restaurant this week opens as a purpose-built Customer Learning Lab.
For the first time, Kiwis will be able to earn or spend Air New Zealand Airpoints Dollars on their next Audi purchase.
The return of New Zealand’s iconic Race to the Sky hill-climb managed by the team from Highlands Motorsport Park has gained the support of leading automotive aftermarket supplier Repco New Zealand.
Challenge Wanaka long distance triathlon in New Zealand’s South Island has taken out the Triathletes’ Choice Award for the World’s Most Scenic Race at this year’s Triathlon Business International Awards in Los Angeles yesterday.
Invercargill brothers Brendon and Damon Leitch are preparing for Round 3 of the Toyota Racing Series at Hampton Downs in North Waikato this weekend
A major eradication of mice from Antipodes Island will be carried out by the Department of Conservation (DOC) next winter to protect the island’s unique plants and animals.
Wynyard Group, a market leader in crime fighting software and services, today announced that it has signed a multi-year agreement with PSCU for its Internal Fraud Analytics Solution a configuration of the Wynyard Advanced Crime Analytics Platform.