A group of 30 students this evening interrupted an event about ‘the future of tertiary education’ at which Tertiary Education Minister Steven Joyce was slated to speak. As Joyce began to speak, students interrupted with a speech of their own.
Auckland’s three-yearly general property revaluation is well underway, with indicative data showing significant value movements across the region.
A report is going to Thursday’s Finance and Performance Committee:
Chatham Rock Phosphate today welcomed a clarification issued by the Environmental Protection Authority regarding its staff report issued yesterday.
Hon Paula Bennett
Minister for Social Development
Minister of Youth Affairs
30 August 2012
Signing of Memorandum of Understanding between Ngapuhi and Child
Youth and Family
Konrad Hurrell has been named to return from injury while Ben Matulino will become the 10th player to appear in 150 NRL matches for the Vodafone Warriors when they face the 2013 premiership-winning Sydney Roosters in Sunday's 24th-round clash at Mount Smart Stadium (2.00pm kick-off; match day spo
Sleek styling, comfort, sound and power are usually the first things that come to mind when the Maserati marque is considered.
The Environmental Protection Authority staff report issued today is premature and should have not have been issued until the information requested of Chatham Rock Phosphate was provided, managing director Chris Castle said today.
John Key has lost his moral compass over Judith Collins’ involvement with Cameron Slater and lost touch with New Zealanders’ sense of right and wrong, Labour MP Grant Robertson says.
Māori Party Co-leaders, Tariana Turia and Te Ururoa Flavell have spoken out today about the importance of saving the Māori seats.
Producer prices fell in the June 2014 quarter, due to decreases in dairy prices, Statistics New Zealand said today. Prices received by New Zealand producers, as measured by the output producers price index (PPI), fell 0.5 percent in the June 2014 quarter.
A class of Albany politics students gained some insight into life as a Member of Parliament this week, with a visit to campus from Labour List MP Jacinda Ardern.
Fourteen year old Bobbi Gichard, the youngest swimmer in the field, was a blink away from victory at the Youth Olympic Games in China today.
Two machine shearers, a woolhandler and a blades shearer have been accorded Master status by Shearing Sports New Zealand.
Joy Cowley leads the pack of 15 amazing authors, illustrators and storytellers who will read, perform, and dress up with kids at the Storylines Free Family Day, in the Michael Fowler Centre on Sunday 24 August.
Te Puke’s Logan Blackburn is on the comeback and he’s on the way up at the same time.
Nicky Hager’s latest book "Dirty Politics" reports the alcohol industry works behind the scenes to actively try and smear the professional reputation of people who promote effective alcohol reforms in New Zealand, as well as other public health campaigns.
Family First NZ says that one year on from the marriage law being politically manipulated, the demand for same-sex marriages has been underwhelming with just 318 same-sex couples rushing to take advantage of the new definition to formalise their relationship for the first time.
Data profiling could soon become commonplace in the workplace, according to PwC’s report, The future of work: A journey to 2022, with nearly a third of workers happy for their employer to have access to personal data, such as their social media profiles.
A group of volunteers in Tauranga behind a programme called Good Neighbour that changing lives for the better was tonight recognised at the Trustpower Tauranga Community Awards as the Supreme Winner.