New Zealand First leader, Winston Peters has seen his personal popularity reach a three-year high in the final 3News/Reid Research poll ahead of Election Day.
Sea Shepherd Conservation Society Costa Rica and Latin American Sea Turtles (LAST) Association have launched Operation Pacuare, an anti-poaching campaign to protect sea turtles on Pacuare Beach in Costa Rica’s Limón province.
Reports in today’s Dominion Post that the Conservative Party is polling at 6% in Nationals internal polling are not surprising says the Conservative Napier candidate Garth McVicar.
The New Zealand Institute of Economic Research (NZIER), the country’s leading independent economic consultancy, has appointed Laurence Kubiak, the former BT Global Services’ Head of Economic Analysis and Director of Global Competition and Regulation, as its new Chief Executive.
Child Poverty Action Group sought a declaration from the Court of Appeal that the In Work Tax Credit, worth at least $60 a week for low income families, unjustifiably discriminates by leaving out families on benefits.
Taylors Wines is celebrating after collecting 15 medals including seven Gold Medals at the New Zealand International Wine Show.
Waikato people are being encouraged to jump on a bus, enjoy a cycle or walk to work, or car pool as a way to celebrate World Car Free Day next week.
Early bird nominations for the Property Brokers Grassroots Sports Awards 2011 are closing soon and a trip for two to the NZ Winter Games is up for grabs.
The University of Auckland has received 14 grants totalling more than $48 million of new funding in the latest funding round announced by the Ministry of Business Innovation and Employment.
The Foundation for Youth Development (FYD) is thrilled to announce their new partnership with SAP, a global leader in enterprise software, who have chosen to support FYD’s Career Navigator Programme.
In proceedings filed today in the Wellington Registry of the High Court of New Zealand, Eight Mile Style, LLC and Martin Affiliated, LLC, the Detroit-based publishers of Eminem’s copyrights, are seeking damages for copyright infringement against the New Zealand National Party.
By Massey University Associate Professor Grant Duncan
DIGITAL NATIONZ (DNZ) delivers big news today as 20 Oculus Rift SDK2 headsets are confirmed to feature at this year’s show, thanks to Media Design School and Bigpipe Broadband who partnered up to make this the largest virtual reality exhibit in New Zealand.
Tomorrow night’s TVNZ debate must be extended to a full hour so New Zealanders can see a debate on the important issues raised about spying in this country, says Labour Leader David Cunliffe.
Leaving the best to last, the Mâori Party has launched its Whânau Ora policy today following a fun family event at Te Ore Ore Marae in Masterton last night.
Prime Minister John Key must explain revelations this evening that the GCSB operates X-Keyscore in New Zealand and conducting mass surveillance on New Zealanders without their knowledge, said the Green Party.
Wellington, Nov 6 NZPA - A police officer who chased a car that crashed at speed in Christchurch, killing a teenager, was "unwise" to have acted alone in an unmarked car, another officer has told an inquest.
Prime Minister John Key says he stands by his statements that he did not know about Dotcom until the day before the raid took place on his property in January 2012.
By Andy McGechan, www.BikesportNZ.com
It’s just a matter of days now until Queenstown’s Scott Columb leads Team New Zealand into battle in Latvia.
TVNZ is about to fast-track 16 blockbuster international shows across TVNZ platforms.
Starting this month, exciting new releases and returning favourites will hit TVNZ screens faster than ever before - in some cases within hours of going to air in the US.