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Defending champions Auckland City FC started the 2014-15 ASB Premiership with a victory on Saturday, claiming a 3-0 away win over Southern United FC at Forsyth Barr Stadium.
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Christchurch City Holdings Limited (CCHL) has today completed the acquisition of the remaining shares in Lyttelton Port Company (LPC) with the conclusion of the compulsory acquisition process.
The withdrawal of contentious provisions from the Kapiti Coast District Council Proposed District Plan (PDP) - including coastal hazard provisions - will take effect this week.
For the first time, three events featuring traditional and contemporary Maori arts will feature in this year's Nelson Arts Festival.
Named Toi Ora, which means Living Art, the events are raranga (weaving) workshops, a regional urban art competition and a Maori Arts market.
New Zealand has sealed victory in their Asia/Oceana Group one Davis Cup relegation tie against Chinese Taipei indoors at Wilding Park, Christchurch in just two days.
Maori Television refutes claims made in today’s newspapers that it is planning to relocate its offices and studios from Newmarket to Rotorua.
New Zealanders Hayden Paddon and John Kennard have ably demonstrated their continued improvements on the world stage of rallying by taking their first stage win on a FIA World Rally Championship event.
The bizarre idea to move Maori TV to Rotorua is either poor planning or possible political interference that adds to the perception of a service in crisis, says Labour MP for Tamaki Makaurau Peeni Henare.
"Hands-down it's got to be luckless Joe Daley at Q-school when his putt went in, bounced off the bottom of the cup and came back out. He missed by one. That was awful."
Following a call-out to the New Zealand public to help them raise $100,000 in just six days to build the World’s Biggest Waterslide 2.0, depression charity ‘Live More Awesome’ were last night celebrating after receiving a call from kiwi businessman and entrepreneur, Eric Watson offering the
Two coaches with different focuses meet in the ASB Premiership season-opening fixture in Dunedin on Saturday as Auckland City’s Ramon Tribulietx and Southern United’s Mike Fridge do battle at Forsyth Barr Stadium.
Hutt Valley Police continue to search for the offender who robbed a Waterloo Road dairy at knife point around 4.45pm today.
An independent Code of Conduct Tribunal has tonight found Qantas Wallaby Kurtley Beale guilty of a serious violation of the ARU Code of Conduct, and handed down a $45,000 fine, for sending an offensive photograph to an ARU employee.
In yet another first for New Zealand’s favourite garden centres, Palmers stores have become BioGro-certified retailers of organic products.
MÄori Television refutes claims made in today’s newspapers that it is planning to relocate its offices and studios from Newmarket to Rotorua.
Two Wellington City Council teams were highly commended when the International Association of Public Participation (IAP2) named the best in Australasia at its annual Core Values awards event in Sydney on Wednesday (22 October).
The recent admission from the Minister responsible for the introduction of charter schools, John Banks, that charter schools will not have to accept students in the local area confirms the worst fears of opponents to the education initiative.