It’s been a slow month for DVD releases and this was another of The History Channel shows I picked as I scrapped the barrel, and as with last week’s review, I just hoped this wasn’t going to be overdramatized as that one was.
The New Zealand Defence Force has rescued a 29-year-old Dutch tramper stranded by heavy snow on Mount Taranaki since Thursday.
Emirates and South American airline GOL Linhas Aéreas Inteligentes S.A. have announced a new codeshare and frequent flyer programme partnership.
On The Nation: Lisa Owen interviews Steve Cannane
Youtube clips from the show are available here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCz0MB0iTsElH5b9c7zuGvsA
You might have heard of Scientology's connections with celebrities like Tom Cruise and John Travolta.
Herbalife, a global nutrition company, is introducing the Herbalife24 Program for Australia and New Zealand and a six-city Sports Nutrition Tour by a well-known advisor to football players and other athletes.
Taranaki District Health Board is reassuring the public that they will still be able to access healthcare during the planned resident doctors strikes.
A Kiwi motorsport figure central to the McLaren story, driving a 53-year-old Rolls Royce on a race track with his 98-year-old mother as navigator.
The 2016 New Zealand Private Equity and Venture Capital Association (NZVCA) Deal of the Year Award has gone to Waterman Capital for its investment in Academic Colleges Group.
Fonterra has confirmed the members of its newly created Independent Selection Panel.
The three member Panel plays a critical role in Fonterra’s new Farmer Director election process that was approved by shareholder vote at a Special Meeting earlier this month.
Lucy Fell caused a bit of an upset this afternoon when she won the opening round of the Country TV World Cup (NZ) at the Hawke’s Bay A and P Show in Hastings.
Several rugby clubs have received recognition from Southern DHB and WellSouth for their commitment to creating a healthy culture within their club.
Occupational Therapy week highlights the holistic role of this health profession in today’s health system.
An Ombudsman’s interim decision released about the existence or otherwise of legal advice on the multimillion dollar Saudi sheep deal shows MFAT has failed to back up the Prime Minister’s claims on the matter, says Labour MP David Parker.
New Zealanders should celebrate having the world’s least-corrupt public sector as keenly as they celebrate the success of the All Blacks, says the chair of Transparency International New Zealand, Suzanne Snively.
The Akaroa community and Canterbury DHB’s commitment to a 12 bed facility for Akaroa has been confirmed.
The board has approved a Heads of Agreement between Canterbury DHB, the Akaroa Community Trust and Akaroa Health Hub Limited.
The Public Health Association of New Zealand (PHA) is calling on New Zealand Government negotiators to oppose clauses in the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP), currently being negotiated, that would increase the cost of life-saving medicines in poorer countries.
Police continue to receive high numbers of reported burglaries and thefts from insecure vehicles and homes in the Porirua and Kapiti area.
In the past month, unlocked vehicles parked in driveways of homes and unlocked garages and sheds have been repeatedly targeted.
Regenerate Christchurch, the organisation established to lead regeneration across Christchurch, has announced the appointment of three new managers.
The truth is slowly emerging over New Zealand’s involvement in Iraq, after months of the government denying New Zealand First MPs were right about the depth of our involvement.
"Kiwi soldiers are now training in Australia," says Ron Mark, New Zealand First Defence Spokesperson.