The Quality Hotel Plymouth International ITU World Cup new Plymouth did not go the way of the local Kiwi athletes but nonetheless was a huge success with some amazing racing playing out in front of big crowds that lined the Ngamotu Beach course with Kaitlin Donner (USA) and Richard Murray (SAF) w
The three remaining matches of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 are on track to be full houses with only a small number of hospitality packages and travel packages still available for purchase.
The New Zealand Junior (U19) Triathlon Championships were raced in New Plymouth today, as part of the Quality Hotel Plymouth International ITU World Cup race schedule with Tayler Reid (Gisborne) winning his third U19 title in a row while Lizzie Stannard (Palmerston North) won the women’s.
A low west of the South Island is weakening and drifting north, with an associated front lying just west of central New Zealand. A moist northerly flow ahead of this front is bringing rain to the Nelson Region, which should continue through to early Monday morning.
New Zealand hotel and tourism operators are being urged to step up efforts to grab a slice of the US $137 billion a year global halal tourism market.
Pakotai dairy farmers Rachel and Greig Alexander are the Supreme winners of the 2015 Northland Ballance Farm Environment Awards (BFEA).
Overcoming a late fight-back, the Adelaide Thunderbirds delivered an upset 47-45 win over the previously unbeaten Melbourne Vixens in Adelaide on Sunday.
The rain did its best to wash away the crowds gathered for Big Day Dowse in Lower Hutt today (Sunday 22nd March). But die-hard fans of the annual event would not be deterred. As always the annual event proved to be a crowd pleaser with all ages enjoying the free entertainment and activities.
The Rotorua based BayTrust Rescue helicopter was dispatched to Lake Taupo at approximately 1500 today, to pick up a 31yr old male who had fallen from his ski’s at speed. He was retrieved from the water and stabilised by St John paramedics.
Auckland City police are investigating a hit and run which occurred at 3.30am this morning on Great North Road, Grey Lynn.
A 24 year-old male pedestrian was struck by what witnesses describe as a silver sedan travelling west on Great North Road prior to Bullock Track.
National’s Mark Osborne denied claims that he's too scared to debate his main rival Winston Peters in person.
Speaking from Mangawhai Mr Osborne told TV One’s Q+A programme, "Oh, not at all. Not scared at all. Not one bit. We’re out here talking to voters in the electorate."
A week after the Category 5 Tropical Cyclone Pam hit the Pacific Islands, access to water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) appear as the immediate needs of around 82,000 children affected.
Shortly before midday police were told of a man in difficulty in water by Maungatapu Bridge, Tauranga. He had entered the water to rescue a dog that had been swept out by a strong out going current.
The Chinese Ambassador to New Zealand visited the PÅ«korokoro Miranda Shorebird Centre on the Firth of Thames today (Friday March 20) to watch bar-tailed godwits and red knots that are flying to China on the way to their breeding grounds in Alaska and Siberia.
An admission by the Minister of Finance Bill English that teachers can expect a paltry pay rise this year despite the so-called rock star economy shows the Government's lack of commitment to quality teaching and learning, says NZEI National Secretary Paul Goulter.
As the country revels in Martin Guptill’s legendary performance in Wellington today, one Lotto player from Papamoa in the Bay of Plenty will be feeling like they’ve ‘knocked it clear of the boundary’ after winning $2 million with Lotto First Division.
"A rewarding success" is how Inspector Alan Shearer of Counties/Manukau Police described the 2015 Polyfest that concluded this afternoon at the Manukau Sports Bowl.
He estimated up to 50,000 people attended the second of the two day event which was busy, fun, safe and sober.
Team Wellington moved a step closer to reaching their second-straight ASB Premiership final on Saturday, taking a 2-1 semi-final first leg win over Hawke’s Bay United at Bluewater Stadium.
The geographically inequitable affordability of mental health care provided by DHBs exacerbates the difficulties faced by people with physical and mental health conditions said the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Psychiatrists in their report launched today at their new office in Chew
Sticky Fingers are back home on Australian land- well most of them, singer Dylan Frost has been held up in Abu Dhabi and sent back to Amsterdam with an expired passport - after a 2 month tour of Europe through France, Holland, Germany and the UK.