World-leading technical sports apparel brand 2XU (Two Times You) has joined the New Zealand Rugby League family as "official compression supplier" to the NZ Kiwis and Junior Kiwis.
Parents are being forced to shell out more and more for their kids’ education as government underfunding really starts to bite, Labour’s Education spokesperson Chris Hipkins says.
The New Zealand men’s sprint team stamped their authority on the opening night of the Oceania track cycling championships at Invercargill’s SIT Zero Fees Velodrome.
This morning at approximately 2.40am the Nelson Marlborough Rescue Helicopter was dispatched to the scene of a truck crash on the Whangamoa Saddle, north of Nelson.
Acclaimed international soprano Dame Kiri Te Kanawa will be performing a special recital celebrating the elegance of the Classical and Romantic eras, to be held at the Invercargill Civic Theatre on March 10, 2016.
Outstanding performances over the past 12 months by Auckland swimmer Lauren Boyle has been reflected at the State Insurance Swimming New Zealand Awards tonight.
New Zealand organisations have far less confidence in their own information security activities (as well as their suppliers) than they did last year, according to PwC’s New Zealand insights of the annual Global State of Information Security Survey released today.
Veterans Adam Blair and Issac Luke will be entrusted with co-captaincy of the NZ Kiwis, when they tour England over October/November.
AIA today signalled its growth intentions with enhancements to its personal product range, and launching with a new health product that lifts medical cover to $500,000, with a discount regime to make their insurance products more affordable for customers.
The latest report from Chartered Accountants Worldwide has called for business to instil a culture of ‘moral courage’ from the boardroom throughout the organisation.
Fairfax Media, MediaWorks, NZME and TVNZ have joined forces to create a new local advertising exchange service - the Kiwi Premium Advertising Exchange (KPEX).
While slow broadband is failing rural New Zealand, the government is side-tracked claiming its being bold with a new connectivity target, says New Zealand First.
Manurewa Local Board Deputy Chair Simeon Brown says Auckland Council is failing to deliver on the Auckland Plan's number one priority to 'put children and young people first' with the new "Empowering Communities Approach" introduced last week.
Fresh asparagus is now as much part of spring and summer as daylight saving and the Kiwi barbecue with family and friends which is great news for asparagus lovers like Sacred Hill Managing Director, David Mason.
John Pfahlert, CEO of Water New Zealand says: House buyers should be hiring plumbers and drain layers to inspect pipes as they do builders to complete building reports when considering buying property.
Record numbers of people are withdrawing from their KiwiSaver schemes due to significant financial hardship, the Green Party said today.
Foreign Minister Murray McCully has announced diplomat Vicki Poole as New Zealand’s next Ambassador to Timor-Leste.
"New Zealand has a close friendship with Timor-Leste and we have been proud to work alongside Timor-Leste throughout its nation building process," Mr McCully says.
A group of AUT University students will use a high powered projector to show an animated short film highlighting the risks of sports betting outside the Saint James Theatre in Lorne Street this Friday 9 October from 7.45-9pm.
The National Library is delighted to announce Christian Karlson Stead of Auckland as the new Poet Laureate for 2015 - 2017. Chris Szekely, Chief Librarian of the Alexander Turnbull Library attributes Mr.