Recent propaganda from Isis has claimed that they could obtain nuclear weapons within the year.
Nike launched Hypervenom, a new line of boots for a new breed of attacker. Players everywhere, from Neymar Jr. to Wayne Rooney, immediately took to the pitch with great success in the new boots.
A nine-year-old boy is in Hawke’s Bay Regional Hospital after an incident at a local primary school this afternoon.
Queenstown and the surrounding region has been covered in snow this morning giving the local ski areas a good boost before their scheduled opening days in a few weeks’ time.
Red Witch, an acclaimed Kiwi manufacturer of high-end guitar effects pedals used by some of the biggest names in rock music, is celebrating NZ Music Month with an equity crowdfunding campaign.
A very cold and strong southwest flow covers the South Island today.
Christchurch and Canterbury Tourism is leading a food revolution in the region, teaching cafes how to cater to growing numbers of Chinese visitors.
Today Minister Joyce commented on the New Zealand Medical Students’ Association push to reinstate student loan for postgraduate students in the final year, in some cases, two years of medical school. Minister Joyce’s suggestion was that we use our Trainee Intern Grant to pay for our fees.
The business and property model that served Alexandra Park for 125 years has been completely turned on its head in recent months, in what have been described as the biggest changes to the home of Auckland harness racing since racing began there in 1890.
Bill English can't claim to speak for all New Zealanders on the future of NZ Super, says ACT Leader David Seymour.
Following the release of a year-end result that shows a doubling of revenue to $2.631 million, and a loss slightly less than the previous year at $1.373 million, BLIS Technologies chief executive Barry Richardson said sales growth is set to continue.
Extending their unbeaten streak to nine, the Mission Queensland Firebirds showed all their class to outplay the Mainland Tactix 68-43 in Blenheim on Sunday.
A brief period of snow showers is expected about higher parts of the road Monday morning. Between 3am and 9am Monday expect 1cm or less to accumulate about the top of the road.
Daven Yu, aka ‘Green Dragon’ has today been crowned the New Zealand Monopoly Champion earning himself a place in the 14th Monopoly World Championships in Macau China later this year.
A very cold southwest flow is spreading north over the country tonight and Monday morning. Snow is falling to sea level about the lower South Island, with significant accumulations above 200 metres for parts of Fiordland, Southland and Otago.
It has been confirmed that Chiefs lock Johan Bardoul has suffered the same injury as his flatmate Michael Allardice and ruptured the medial ligament in his right knee. The injury occurred during the Chiefs 34-20 victory over the Bulls in Rotorua on Friday night.
The Green Party joined with dozens of current and former legislators in calling for New Zealand’s trade negotiators to beware of the potential for the United States Government to apply the process of ‘certification’ to the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA).
Camilla Andersen follows the early settlers' migratory path and wonders what possessed those who stood on the edge of the known world to journey into this seemingly endless blue void.
The first pair of two-car units from Wellington’s new batch of Matangi trains arrived this morning by boat from Korea (Sunday 24 May).
The two-car units are the first of 35 pairs made by Hyundai that will arrive in stages by the middle of next year.
The 2015 40 Hour Famine finished at midday today, putting an end to rumbling tummies and a host of other challenges the event’s 123,000 participants chose to undertake.