Auckland City Police today arrested 18 year-old Conor Coleman who was wanted for breaching bail and for interview in relation to a series of recent property crime offences across the city.
“Lydia Ko hit more greens in regulation than any other player in the field, 64 of 72, which tells you a lot about her method.”
Over at Geoff Shackelford’s blog they’re recalling Lydia Ko’s remarkable victory at Royal Melbourne
Health Minister Jonathan Coleman says patients in mental health wards are the latest to benefit from an innovative programme that frees up staff to spend more time looking after patients.
Today’s announcement that construction work on the City Rail Link will begin this year is a further sign that the Government needs to get on board with immediate funding, the Green Party said today.
Dutch violin star Janine Jansen teams up with the New Zealand Symphony Orchestra in her debut New Zealand performance of Tchaikovsky’s famous Violin Concerto.
A 1980s Wellington office building owned by Kiwi Property Group has been awarded a 4.5 star ‘excellent’ NABERSNZ energy rating, reflecting a 10-year focus on energy efficiency.
Science and Innovation Minister Steven Joyce today announced the appointment of three new members to the Marsden Fund Council.
Professor Gillian Dobbie, Professor David Bilkey and Professor Roger Nokes will join the Council for three years from 1 March.
Ahead of the 10th Australia-New Zealand Leadership Forum in Auckland this week, a new Insight from the New Zealand Institute of Economic Research (NZIER) says our neighbourly relationship with Australia is close but could be closer.
The forest industry has established a safety council to make forests safer places to work. This was a key recommendation of the Independent Forestry Safety Review Panel that reviewed forest workplace safety in 2014.
Workplace Relations and Safety Minister Michael Woodhouse today announced the adult minimum wage will increase from $14.25 to $14.75 an hour from 1 April.
Orcon has been the first ISP to connect Gigatown customers to the fastest internet in the country as Chorus enabled gigabit speed internet in the winning Gigatown, Dunedin.
An agreement between Auckland Council and Precinct Properties announced this morning will enable the construction of the City Rail Link (CRL) to get underway through the company’s Downtown Development project at the bottom of Queen Street.
The New push for fluoride in water by the District Health Board (Wairarapa Times-Age 6 November) is as predictable as it is absurd, says Mary Byrne, National Co-ordinator of the health activist group Fluoride Action Network, and newly resident in South Wairarapa.
New research released last week by The Boston Consulting Group (BCG) is predicting that advanced robotics will boost productivity by up to 30% in many industries by 2025. Robotics will also lower total labour costs by 18% or more in countries like USA, Japan, China, South Korea and Germany.
Prime Minister John Key welcomes this week’s first official visit to New Zealand by Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott.
Can you eat a better diet to avoid complications in pregnancy? There is increasing evidence that the diet of pregnant women is associated with the health of both mother and baby, and some pregnancy complications.
A visiting expert on the effects of stimulant drugs will be the key speaker at a symposium on e-cigarettes next month.
Founders of smartphone taxi app Zoomy have enjoyed significant growth with their New Zealand-owned business since it launched just 16 months ago. Now they’re seeking capital from new investors to ensure Zoomy can respond to growing demand here and abroad.
Manuka Health, one of New Zealand’s most successful and fastest growing honey brands, is preparing to unveil MGO Manuka Honey with CycloPower, an advanced natural bioactive supplement, at Expo West in California, the world’s largest tradeshow for the natural, organic and health products indus
A book celebrating 100 years of the iconic Canterbury Workers’ Educational Association (CWEA) has been released by Canterbury University Press.