ANZ will release a mobile wallet later this year within ANZ goMoney, New Zealand’s most popular mobile banking app.
Search and rescue teams, including specialist search dogs from Canterbury have again failed to find any trace of missing Dutch tourist Ken Boogers.
Mr Boogers was last seen on the Pillar Point track which is in the area between Wharariki and Puponga in Golden Bay on Saturday.
The 2015 Aon Maadi Cup (New Zealand Secondary School Rowing Championships) regatta continued today at Lake Karapiro, Cambridge with the repechages and quarter-finals and the remaining two places have also been taken for final of 2015 Maadi Cup (Boys under-18 eight) final.
Representatives from Palmerston North and the Tararua District will converge on Wellington this weekend, (March 27-29), to go head to head with the country’s best and brightest voluntary groups at the Trustpower National Community Awards.
The motorcyclist killed in a collision today on State Highway 56 at the intersection of Walkers Road, Longburn, has now been formally identified.
He was Bernard Nicholas Dekker, aged 56, of Palmerston North
The investigation into the crash is ongoing.
While the majority of us will be tucking into Easter eggs and hot cross buns next weekend, the country’s top mixed Netball teams will competing in the annual Mixed National Netball tournament in Auckland.
With three days to go until the Northland By-Election, will the 3News-Reid Research Poll- deliver a bombshell result?
Mayor Len Brown says Auckland Council’s advisory panels have an important contribution to make to Auckland.
The Mayor met with the chairs of the council’s advisory panels today, along with the councillors who serve as liaison between the council and the panels.
Minister Hekia Parata needs to understand what consultation is, Port Hills MP Ruth Dyson says.
"It means you have to listen to what people say in their submissions and then be able to demonstrate you have considered their views when you make your final decision.
An adventure lover's paradise, South America has been capturing the imagination of Kiwi travellers for years and is quickly working its way up the list of must visit travel destinations.
A downpour in Brisbane on Sunday has done more than provide relief to Queensland’s plant life with All Whites defender Michael Boxall another to see benefits from the big wet.
Canterbury Police are investigating a serious assault reported to have occurred at Christchurch Men’s Prison at approximately 9.30am this morning (25 March 2015).
The male victim, an inmate at the Prison, has been taken to Christchurch Hospital with serious injuries.
In 1990, New Zealand primary school children were biking an average of 28 minutes per week. Today, it is less than 5 minutes per week - with many children not getting to ride a bike at all.
Two new economic reports confirm positive progress for Rotorua’s economy in the immediate and longer term.
People who travel on State Highway 3 (SH3) between the Awakino Gorge and Mt Messenger are being asked to share their thoughts on the route, as the NZ Transport Agency explores ways to boost safety and efficiency in the area.
The 2015 Aon Maadi Cup (New Zealand Secondary School Rowing Championships) regatta continued today at Lake Karapiro, Cambridge with the heats and repechages.
The Government has lodged an application before the High Court to seek a judicial review of the decision by the Institute of Professional Engineers of New Zealand (IPENZ) to drop its investigation into Dr Alan Reay’s role in the design of the CTV building, with the documents served to Dr Reay t
By Betty Lam (Sales Trader, CMC Markets)
The Australian bourse oscillated in mild gains ahead of HSBC Flash Manufacturing PMI numbers and trading volumes remained subdued as traders reserved their bets until after the fact.
BLACKCAPS skipper Brendon McCullum has lost the toss and the BLACKCAPS will field first in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 Semi Final v South Africa at Auckland's Eden Park.
There is one change in the playing XI, with Matt Henry replacing Adam Milne.
Research lead by a team from the University of Canterbury has found that commonly used herbicides can cause bacteria to become resistant to antibiotics.