Police are now in a position to release the name of the cyclist killed following a crash on the Tekapo-Twizel Road in Pukaki on 15 March.
He was 61-year-old Mitsuaki Inagaki of Nagano, Japan. Mr Inagaki was on holiday in New Zealand at the time of the crash.
Climate Change Minister Tim Groser today welcomed the report by the Prime Minister’s Chief Science Advisor Sir Peter Gluckman, New Zealand’s Changing Oceans and Climate: the impact of human activity and implications for the future.
The deceit of a Filipino internet pirate who failed to own up to his illegal activities reveals more stringent vetting of immigrants is necessary, says New Zealand First Leader and Northland Member of Parliament Rt Hon Winston Peters.
Tessa Pawson has been appointed Senior Interior Designer leading Interior Design for Jasmax’s Residential team.
A world-class luxury hotel is planned for the last remaining waterfront site in downtown Auckland.
Mayor Phil Goff has joined with the Chair of Te Uri o Hau Settlement Trust Russell Kemp and the Chair of the Rodney Local Board Beth Houlbrooke to sign the first formal relationship agreement between mana whenua iwi or hapu and Auckland Council since the unification of Tāmaki Makaurau in 2010.
Foreign Minister Murray McCully has announced he will attend the Counter-ISIL Foreign Ministers’ meeting being hosted by US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson in Washington DC on 22 March.
Mt Maunganui Lifeguard Service has surged ahead of their competitors at the first day of the TSB Bank Surf Life Saving Championships, held this weekend at New Brighton in Christchurch.
Community and Voluntary Sector Minister Alfred Ngaro has congratulated Charities Services on its win at last night’s inaugural New Zealand Charities Technology Awards dinner.
Agriculture clients of New Zealand's leading analytical testing laboratory, Hill Laboratories, now have access to additional expertise following two recent company appointments.
New Zealand Davis Cup team member Michael Venus has hit some form ahead of the clash with Korea in Auckland next month.
Venus has teamed up with Mexico’s Santiago Gonzalez to reach the semifinals of the doubles at the US$150,000 Irving Challenger in Dallas, Texas.
I was a fan of the first ‘Expendables’, but though it took itself a little too serious and could have done with more clever tongue in cheek jokes.
Auckland’s Melanesian Mission building will soon find itself under wraps.
From next week, the 157-year old Category 1 historic building will be shrouded in plastic wrap as the heritage icon undergoes a vital part of an ongoing programme of seismic strengthening.
Wellington today (5.30pm) unveils Resilient Wellington, a comprehensive strategic roadmap to promote urban resilience in New Zealand’s capital city.
As part of our airport upgrade, we have introduced new technology into our exit barrier arms to make things quicker - and easier.
At about 2.00 am this morning, a 24 year old local man and his 22 year old male associate were walking home from the central city along Kennedy Road, Marewa heading toward the Marewa shopping centre.
TANK Group members today heard the latest science from Regional Council hydrologists about flow statistics for the Ngaruroro River, and it contained some surprises.
CURRENCY: Expect a very quiet start to the week with no obvious catalyst to change current levels. A conference between Spain and Italy may produce some headlines overnight, but any impact will be confined to the EUR.
Three engineers, tasked with creating a working autonomous robot for their company, fail miserably.
The FMA has filed charges against Mr Patterson in the Christchurch District Court.