IrrigationNZ says new research from the Cawthron Institute looking at the effects of river flows on fish focuses too much on "imported species" rather than native fish.
New Zealand organisations that have successfully changed the way they do business were recognised at the recent inaugural Grafton-Art of Change Awards, in Auckland.
17 March 2009 - The cancer therapy Nexavar® (sorafenib), initially registered in New Zealand last year for treating advanced kidney cancer, has been approved by Medsafe for treating patients with liver cancer (hepatocellular carcinoma).
Maori learners are getting more out of workplace-based training in recent years according to the Industry Training Federation, as the results of a two-year research project are released.
An incident involving an independent contractor happened on site at Ravensdown’s Hornby manufacturing plant in Christchurch today (Thursday 16 June) at 9.30am.
In 2012 the then TairÄwhiti District Health Board made the decision to launch its own flight service. Faced with increasing costs and lengthy delays getting patients urgent access to specialist care in larger hospitals, an innovative solution was required.
TV3’s stellar Friday night line-up is getting super served on July 1, with Kiwi professional boxing’s showcase event Big Bash Boxing screening LIVE and free-to-air at 9.30pm.
It has happened before and it will happen again, but it does not make the job of cutting players any easier for Tall Blacks Head Coach Paul Henare as he confirmed the two players who will not travel on to Europe for final preparations for the FIBA Olympic Qualifying Tournament today.
Save the Children welcomes the increase in the refugee quota from 750 to 1000 each year, which will start in 2018, however agrees with critics that New Zealand can do more to increase the quota as well as the funding to help settle refugee families.
Te RÅ«nanga o NgÄi Tahu handed over 480 pounamu taonga to the New Zealand Olympic Committee and Paralympics New Zealand during a ceremony in Christchurch today (Friday, June 17).
While the Vodafone Warriors’ clash against the Sydney Roosters on Sunday is very much about the here and now, it’s strongly flavoured with a heritage feel by dint of the home side wearing a replica strip so evocative for players, members and fans alike.
Philip Morris Limited (PML) today announced that it has filed a High Court challenge against the Australian Government over plain packaging for tobacco products. This is the second legal claim filed by a Philip Morris company against the Government on plain packaging.
It may be house building on a small scale, but the production of four timber playhouses has had big benefits across the Manawatu community.
The tug boat Sea Pelican is now towing the stricken yacht Platino back to Auckland after reaching the yacht around 8.35am this morning, north of New Zealand.
“On a day when Adam Scott shot an 82, Phil Mickelson a 77 and 154 of 156 had failed to beat par, at least one of their rank had tamed the monster.”
James Corrigan is recalling Paul Casey’s remarkable round at the Oakmont U.S. Open of 2007
New Zealand’s wine industry is showing full bodied growth as consumers at home and abroad seek out quality beverages, according to a new report in the latest ANZ Agri Focus.
Following his touchdown in Fiji this week, the famous Fijian-Australian, Jarryd Hayne, has today been announced as a global ambassador for the country’s National Airline, Fiji Airways.
The weekend just got a whole lot more interesting with exciting changes to New Zealand’s best-read Sunday newspaper, the Herald on Sunday, and popular Weekend Herald magazines, Canvas and Weekend, being unveiled this weekend.