9 September 2008 - While the Thai Airways All Whites match against New Caledonia on Wednesday night marks a return to Auckland for the first time in two years, their vice-captain Tim Brown maintains his recall to the starting line-up Wednesday night's is not automatic.
The first entry received for this year's Catlins Coast Rally due to be held on Saturday 8 August was that of former champion co-driver, Garry Cowan.
Pacific Island Affairs Minister Hekia Parata says the Prime Minister’s Pacific Youth Awards 2013 has continued to profile high-achieving young Pacific people.
A month after super Typhoon Haiyan hit the Philippines Kiwis have donated almost $6 million, enabling New Zealand disaster relief organisations to reach over 200,000 families with food, water and sanitation, shelter and support to rebuild livelihoods.
The truth is slowly emerging over New Zealand’s involvement in Iraq, after months of the government denying New Zealand First MPs were right about the depth of our involvement.
"Kiwi soldiers are now training in Australia," says Ron Mark, New Zealand First Defence Spokesperson.
Canterbury Police are at the scene of a fatal crash involving a van and a motorbike which occurred on Pound Road near Savills Road, Christchurch. The crash occurred just before 5pm this evening.
Foodstuffs has triumphed at the annual Readers Digest Most Trusted Brand Awards, once again winning the two top prizes for their category.
Waikato Police believe a roading engineer may be owed a pat on the back after round-abouts in Taupiri contributed to the apprehension of two separate fleeing drivers this morning.
Sydney, Aug 22 NZPA - Result of the Tri-Nations/Bledisloe Cup rugby test at ANZ Stadium here tonight:-
New Zealand 19 (Ma'a Nonu try; Daniel Carter 4 pen, con) Australia 18 (Matt Giteau 6 pen). Halftime: 3-12.
The RWC semi-final was watched by 1.9 million viewers across the country last night according to the official agency that monitors television ratings, AGB Nielsen.
That equates to almost half of NZ's population watching the game on television (48.7% of all people 5+ nationwide).
Eastern Bay of Plenty Police are investigating the death of a teenager in Opotiki.
At approximately 3.45am (Sunday, 26 July), emergency services were called to Goring Street, Opotiki.
Kiwis will have the chance to come aboard one of the world’s most famous ships this weekend during two free public open days.
The Government will introduce a package of immigration measures aimed at improving the spread of workers, skills and investment across New Zealand, Immigration Minister Michael Woodhouse says.
Alexandra Park’s proposed new urban village will become a hot destination for Auckland food and beverage, cafe and restaurant lovers, says Alexandra Park CEO Dominique Dowding.
A family will hold a silent vigil with 291 crosses as the Prime Minister gives his key-note speech in Auckland today.
John Key is speaking at the National Party annual conference at Skycity.
Springbok coach Heyneke Meyer on Saturday expressed his satisfaction with the team’s Rugby World Cup preparations, despite a late defeat by New Zealand at Emirates Airline Park in Johannesburg.
Following on from the announcement of Oprah Winfrey’s first appearance in New Zealand, event producers Iconic Entertainment and Dainty Group, can now confirm the venue and ticketing details for her Auckland show.
Te Puru residents are invited to a community meeting regarding the roll out of the Government’s Rural Broadband Initiative in Te Puru.
From today, Kiwis can enjoy the convenience of using public transport with only their smartphone, thanks to the addition of Snapper to the Semble mobile wallet app.
Launched in March this year, Semble now boasts two service categories including payments and public transport.
Mayor Len Brown will welcome new members and farewell those retiring from the Auckland Council Youth Advisory Panel on Monday 27 July at a formal ceremony attended by parents, council elected representatives and guests.