A young South Auckland family are looking forward to moving into the house of their dreams after becoming instant millionaires with Lotto First Division on Saturday.
Kiwi architect Rebecca Cox is giving up her day job to trek the full length of New Zealand via the Te Araroa Trail, aiming to raise $60,000 to build a school in rural Vanuatu as part of Oxfam New Zealand’s Rural Training Centre Project.
Successful applicants of the Gallipoli 2015 ballot have just four days left to accept their place at next year’s Anzac Day commemorations, Veterans’ Affairs Minister Craig Foss says.
The deadline for accepting passes and completing travel details is Saturday 25 October.
It's been almost half a year since our last public holiday and many New Zealanders are now asking WeatherWatch.co.nz how the long weekend is panning out weatherwise.
Patient safety and quality of care is set to improve even further at Waitemata District Health Board with the expansion of electronic prescribing and administration of medications at its main clinical sites.
By Michael McCarthy (chief market strategist, CMC Markets)
Wellington Rugby has hopped into bed with Rydges Wellington, and couldn’t be happier about it.
Recently crowned the best accommodation hotel in the country at the New Zealand Hospitality Awards, Rydges
Wellington Employers Chamber of Commerce welcomes the appointment of Peter Biggs as the inaugural chair of the regions new economic development agency, WREDA.
Orion Health Group Limited ("Orion Health"), a global provider of healthcare software solutions, is considering an initial public offer of ordinary shares to clients of retail brokers in New Zealand and institutional investors.
By Professor Jim Arrowsmith
Now that the election dust has settled, Prime Minister John Key needs to think about his legacy. If he wants to be remembered for more than securing successive election victories, he needs to direct his attention to the pressing issues of the day.
Developing a world class bio-energy industry would have big benefits for New Zealand and drive a "virtuous circle" of innovation and growth in line with our environmentally progressive image, says Dr Stephen Poletti, economics lecturer at the University of Auckland Business School.
Mining phosphate on the Chatham Rise, off the east coast of New Zealand’s south island, could potentially have many impacts on marine mammals like whales and dolphins, the Environmental Protection Agency was told today.
John Key was misleading New Zealanders prior to the election when he ruled out New Zealand special forces being deployed to Iraq, says Labour Defence Spokesperson Phil Goff.
A strategy that will guide the future protection and enhancement of the Waikanae River has been signed by KÄpiti Coast District Council and Greater Wellington Regional Council.
Hawke’s Bay growers and farmers need to commit to the Ruataniwha Water Storage Scheme soon because the opportunity for reliable water won’t arise again and the project’s backers need assurances of uptake before Christmas, says IrrigationNZ.
Confidence is up in New Zealand’s biggest city as Auckland posts a 20% increase in jobs listed on seek.co.nz, compared to the same time last year.
With skiers making the most of late snow on the mountains combining with holiday home owners making the most of warmer weather, Waikato Police are warning the region's roads will be a lot busier this Labour Weekend.
Spark has partnered with Facebook and Twitter to launch Socialiser - giving customers 1GB of free data to access both mobile apps every month, for the life of their plan.
The MÄori All Blacks squad to take on Japan next month was named in Wellington today and features 11 new caps.
The team will be captained by Chiefs midfield back Charlie Ngatai with Tasman loose forward Shane Christie as vice-captain.