MÄori Development Minister Te Ururoa Flavell has welcomed the appointment of Robin Hapi as chairman of the MÄori Economic Development Advisory Board (MEDAB).
Students from three South Auckland schools will attend the Auckland Writers Festival Schools Programme and receive one-on-one mentoring, gratis, in an initiative aimed at fostering Mâori and Pasifika writing talent.
Paul Henare got his Tall Black coaching career underway with a comfortable win over Great Britain at the Copperbox in London tonight, defeating the home side 84-63.
Tertiary Education, Skills and Employment Minister Steven Joyce and Education Minister Hekia Parata have today announced Careers New Zealand will become part of the Tertiary Education Commission in a reform which will result in better and more consistent careers information for school students.
There’s not many dull moments for expectant mum Ameliaranne Ekenasio in her sideline role with Te WÄnanga o Raukawa Pulse during the ANZ Premiership netball competition.
Associate Health Minister Nicky Wagner is welcoming new research about the care and support needs of older Maori.
The government will fund a free and independent advisory service to assist North Canterbury residents with insurance claims, Civil Defence Minister and Minister Responsible for the Earthquake Commission Gerry Brownlee says.
The trucking industry and the Government’s Sector Workforce Engagement Programme (SWEP) have joined forces to get as many as 1,000 more drivers into the road freight transport industry nationwide.
Statement by Prevention Manager Superintendent Eric Tibbott
It may be the most stolen car in Canterbury, but it’s not the most stolen vehicle type in the country.
Zeolites have been known since the ancient Greeks discovered these ‘rocks’ could trap water inside. Since their discovery, these porous minerals have been used for a range of applications in everyday life -from water treatment to medicine and even in your cat’s litter tray.
Former Auckland lawyer Gang "Richard" Chen has been suspended for two years from 24 March 2017 by the New Zealand Lawyers and Conveyancers Disciplinary Tribunal.
Trees are down across the district leaving many roads down to one lane or closed.
The Waikato DHB is reviewing maternity services in Tokoroa, Te Kuiti and Taumarunui, to ensure that women and their whanau in the region can have a healthy birth and as healthy a baby as possible.
New Zealand’s apple and pear industry has welcomed the Government’s new trade strategy, Trade Agenda 2030, released by the Prime Minister on Friday.
A social media campaign targeting young freedom campers has been an outstanding success, attracting 2.4 million views over the summer.
Federated Farmers is encouraging its members to join the March for Science on Saturday in Christchurch (10am), Wellington, Palmerston North and Dunedin (11am) and Auckland (1.30pm).
Home fixtures supporting current veterans and RSA Poppy Appeal
Data released today by the Real Estate Institute of NZ ("REINZ") shows there were 124 fewer lifestyle property sales (-5.8%) for the three months ended March 2017 than for the three months ended March 2016.
New Zealand’s aging population will lead to a substantial increase in the need to provide daily and weekly care for the elderly, a University of Auckland study has found.
Cornwall Park is delighted to be hosting the Target Archery and the Lawn Bowls competitions as part of the World Masters Games 2017.