"Rotating your head like Annika does is an effective way to improve your ballstriking.
Christchurch physics and maths student James Bonifacio has become the University of Canterbury’s latest Rhodes Scholar.
Maritime New Zealand’s new advertising campaign harks back to the glory days of 1980s cop shows to show that, like bulletproof vests, lifejackets don’t save people’s lives unless they’re worn.
One lucky Lotto player from Mount Maunganui will have a very merry start to the festive season after unwrapping a $1 million prize with Lotto First Division this weekend.
The winning ticket was sold at Bayfair Lotto in Mount Maunganui.
Auckland City FC's circuitous route to the FIFA Club World Cup in Morocco is over after the Oceania champions finally touched down in Agadir today.
The NZ Transport Agency says State Highway 29 to Te Poi is fully open and SH25 at Whanagapoua Hill between Whitianga and the Coromandel is also open to one lane.
Skyline Queenstown gets a rush of sugar to the head when it opens a fun-filled Jelly Belly themed store next week (Monday December 9) in its elevated setting high above Queenstown.
Two proposals to stimulate economic growth and safety in the Capital City will be considered by the Wellington City Council next week.
A proposal to merge two major drivers of the Wellington economy, Positively Wellington Tourism and Positively Wellington Venues, is to be considered by Wellington City Councillors next week as part of the Mayor’s draft 2014-15 Annual Plan.
Wellington Employers Chamber of Commerce congratulates the Wellington City Council on their announcements to support the development and strengthening of buildings.
The City Councils proposal to merge Positively Wellington Tourism and Positively Wellington Venues is a positive step toward improving the city's economic performance, says Wellington Employers Chamber of Commerce Chief Executive Raewyn Bleakley.
Starting next week Canterbury District Health Board is to survey septic systems in Darfield to see if they are meeting health and environmental needs.
The New Zealand men’s team pursuit will ride off against Olympic champions Great Britain for the bronze medal on the opening night of finals at the UCI World Cup in Mexico.
Post-surgery organ damage could be reduced by modifying a simple pre-surgery technique that a Victoria University of Wellington PhD student is researching.
Tonight’s Opening Ceremony of the New Zealand Youth Games at Claudelands Arena introduces a sports focused weekend for Hamilton as young athletes embark on a serious weekend of competition across multiple sports.
The Green Party is 100% behind the NZEI’s green day of action, Green Party MP Catherine Delahunty said today.
The chill will soon be off the Raetihi pool with the announcement of a successful tenderer to install a solar water heating system for the pools and showers.
A low over the Tasman Sea is expected to approach the South Island on Saturday, then cross eastward over the South Island during Sunday.
Northern Football’s quest for a three-peat of ASB Women’s League titles goes on the line on Sunday as they tackle Mainland Pride in the competition Grand Final at North Harbour Stadium.
More than 4,000 free tomato plants grown by prisoners at Rolleston Prison are on their way to Christchurch’s social housing tenants, thanks to a long-term partnership between the Department of Corrections and the Christchurch City Council.