Social Development Minister Anne Tolley will represent the New Zealand government at First World War centenary commemoration events in England and France next week.
This is a massive wake-up call for the British establishment and the high-placed bureaucracy, says New Zealand First Leader and Northland Member of Parliament Rt Hon Winston Peters.
"It’s not just a wake up for the UK, or the EU, but to democracies everywhere.
Lawyers are challenged to show their commitment to plain English.
VeriFone Mobile Money is a joint venture between VeriFone Inc. and Mobilis Networks Limited to provide complete mobile money solutions announced today at the Global Telecom Business ("GTB") awards that it won the award for "Consumer Service "innovation.
Work has already begun on the next major project to combat storm related sewage spills into the Whangarei harbour.
Hutt City Council set the rates for the 2016/17 year, with the average rates increase across all ratepayers set at 2.7%.
The Government needs to urgently reconsider its position to not provide funding for breakfasts and lunches for children who go to school hungry, the Green Party said today.
The pretence of the government that it is putting extra funding into rural state highway blackspots is diabolical, says New Zealand First Leader and Northland MP Rt Hon Winston Peters.
New and strengthened seawalls at Breaker Bay and Island Bay are the latest in an ongoing programme of infrastructural improvements designed to help protect vulnerable parts of Wellington from severe southerly storms.
A report released today on the Overseas Investment Office’s (OIO) good character test is a whitewash that does nothing to improve New Zealand’s overseas investment regime, says Labour’s Land Information spokesperson David Cunliffe.
Following the success of the Garden to Table programme in Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch, primary and intermediate schools all over the country now have the opportunity to introduce the food education programme to their students via a comprehensive online portal launched today, Friday 24 J
A major new Auckland study will investigate whether giving specially boosted nutrition to preterm babies in the first crucial days of life could prevent diseases later in life and help intellectual development. It will also look at whether this optimal nutrition may differ for boys and girls.
Delegates from the Pacific region came together today to officially launch the Pacific Resilience Program (PREP) - a series of projects to strengthen Pacific Island countries’ resilience to natural disasters and climate change.
Hawke’s Bay Police are looking for information regarding an incident that happened in Napier on Wednesday June 22.
A 17 year old female was out running at approximately 6.30pm on Wednesday evening, and was running the stairs that lead from Shakespeare Road to Bay View Road.
Despite being extremely close the result of the referendum in Britain reflects the majority voice, Labour’s Foreign Affairs spokesperson David Shearer says.
Holders Glenfield Rovers will have pay back on their minds this weekend as their bid for a third successive Women’s Knockout Cup title continues against fellow Auckland-based side Eastern Suburbs.
State Highway 1 north of Auckland has reopened following an earlier serious crash.
The diversions between Silverdale and Warkworth have now been lifted.
Traffic remains heavy in the area and motorists are advised to allow plenty of time for their journeys.
Police are trying to locate 26-year-old Reilly Gardner.
He has been missing from his New Plymouth home since Monday the 20th June.
He is believed to be driving his red 1994 Honda Rafaga saloon, registration AJA476.