There are four vacancies on the Board of Snow Sports NZ as a result of the terms of office expiring for Hetty Van Hale, Des Brennan and Tony Hannon plus the vacancy resulting from the resignation of James Hadley; two of these vacancies are for Elected Board Member positions, two are for Appointed
Gen Y’s body confidence has been hit the hardest with 52 percent admitting that comparing themselves to friends in social circles and in social media has a negative influence on how they feel about themselves.
The 2017 Ockham New Zealand Book Awards will be judged by 12 eminent academics, writers, journalists, librarians, curators, commentators and booksellers from around New Zealand, it is announced today.
Airways New Zealand is pleased to announce the appointment of Russell Ambrose as Chief Technology Officer, a new role for New Zealand’s air navigation service provider (ANSP).
"Maori should do as the American civil rights movement did," says New Zealand First Leader and Northland MP Rt Hon Winston Peters, commenting on Labour’s Electoral (Entrenchment of MÄori Seats) Amendment Bill.
A storm set to strengthen east of New Zealand on Friday will bring a late season wintry blast to the South Island’s ski fields.
RITANZ, the professional body for New Zealand insolvency practitioners, today welcomed the recommendations of MBIE’s Insolvency Working Group in particular the licensing system for insolvency practitioners.
Hamilton police have arrested a 25-year-old male following an argument between two men at a Frankton business this afternoon.
The argument resulted in one of the men being stabbed in the leg with a boning knife.
The man was transported to Waikato hospital with moderate injuries.
Westport, May 1 NZPA - Two men who were arrested following an undercover operation in Buller last year admitted drugs charges in Westport District Court yesterday.
David Granville Low, 50, and Reginald Rapley, 51 both pleaded guilty to cultivating and selling cannabis.
BusinessNZ supports the decision by Parliament today to defeat the Minimum Wage (Contractor Remuneration) Amendment Bill.
The Equally Well collaborative has scooped the top prize in the Physical Health and/or Primary Care category at the TheMHS Learning Network Awards in Auckland.
A complaint about a radio stunt alluding to prison rape has been upheld by the Broadcasting Standards Authority (BSA) and seen broadcaster MediaWorks ordered to pay $1,000 in costs to the Crown and make a statement on air.
Federated Farmers dairy industry spokesperson Andrew Hoggard says the Fonterra announcement today will boost dairy farmer optimism and even more usefully, will ease their bank manager’s worries.
When it comes to buying a new car, more than 83 percent of New Zealand consumers say that fuel efficiency is more important than power.
Commercial farmers can bank on estimated breeding values (EBVs) for calf weaning weights delivering on what they predict.
Wellington Drive announces the signing of customer terms and conditions for supply of the SCS Connect cooler fleet management solution.
The Minister for Primary Industries Hon Nathan Guy, Minister for Food Safety Hon Jo Goodhew, MPI Director-General Martyn Dunne and Auckland Airport Chief Executive Adrian Littlewood today turned the first sod ahead of construction on a new multi-purpose facility for the Ministry for Primary Indus
New Zealand’s fledgling sheep milk industry has received a significant boost today with approval of the business case for a new Primary Growth Partnership (PGP) programme between the Ministry for Primary Industries (MPI) and Spring Sheep Milk Co.
NZ Landcare Trust has been working with deer farmers to capture examples of excellent sustainable land and water management from around the country.
Go Bus Transport, New Zealand’s largest and most diverse bus operator, says it has been delighted with the applications already received for local bus drivers to work on its South Auckland services that were recently awarded following a tender process.