Youth climate change organisation Generation Zero has welcomed the Labour Party’s transport policy announcement today, which promises to rebalance the national transport budget and invest in the Congestion Free Network in Auckland.
Internet MANA has launched its election campaign, promising 100,000 new jobs and to make New Zealand a world-leading digital workforce.
An Auckland Conservative Party Candidate and his family were left feeling shaken after being alerted to an arson attack outside their house on Saturday evening.
Often when watching war movies and documentaries you wonder how these guys can get through such extraordinary situations, both physically and mentally, intact.
Ten All Blacks legends were inducted into the IRB Hall of Fame at special ceremony at the annual Reunion Dinner of former All Blacks in Auckland tonight.
Buoyed by the screening of the acclaimed INXS: Never Tear Us Apart film on the TV3 network over the last two Thursday evenings to massive ratings success - the renowned INXS catalogue has enjoyed an historic sales boost - reflected in this week’s Official NZ Music Chart.
The year is 2005. You Tube is founded, Pope John II dies, and Britney Spears wins her first Grammy Award and in New Zealand Fat Freddy’s Drop scoop the New Zealand Music Awards.
But more importantly Chapel Bar and Bistro opens its doors on Ponsonby Road.
Cabinet approval of the deed that will govern how the government and primary industries respond to biosecurity threats has been welcomed by forest owners.
Spark New Zealand said today its financial results for the full year ending 30 June 2014 show the strategy the company has been executing is gathering pace and that a stronger focus on customers is working.
The All Blacks team to play the second Bledisoe Cup Test match of the Investec Rugby Championship in Auckland this weekend has been named.
One of the best measures of athletic performance is power output. Measured in watts, it’s exactly equivalent to the power that lights a bulb or moves a car. Tour de France cyclists run at about 500 watts for hours on end, and can hit output of 1500 watts in short bursts.
Party Leader Colin Craig says the Conservative top five is a winning combination.
Tonight in front of a South Auckland crowd packed with vocal Pacific Island supporters Conservative Party Leader Colin Craig announced the Party's top five list candidates.
In order they are:
The first of Air New Zealand’s refurbished Boeing 777-200ER aircraft will take to the skies this weekend signalling an ongoing evolution in the airline’s long haul customer experience.
The increasing casualisation of work has led to many New Zealand families being disadvantaged through the tax they pay, Labour Leader David Cunliffe says.
"Many low paid workers are having to work two or three jobs to make ends meet and support their families.
Cirque du Soleil is celebrating its return to New Zealand tonight with the opening performance of its all-new mesmerizing production TOTEM at Alexandra Park.
Dr Jeffrey Foster, a radiologist, of Louisville, Kentucky makes the headlines in The Scottish Sun…’Playing golf in kilt was out of bounds’.
Queenstown choral groups are coming together next month for a special one-off performance to promote peace and unity in the world and raise funds for children suffering in war-torn countries.
Auckland Theatre Company is set to extend its accessibility, kicking off with a sign interpreted and audio described performance of the Maurice Shadbolt classic, Once on Chunuk Bair, on Sunday 22 June.
Associate Minister of Tourism Todd McClay today announced the opening of an $8 million, four year funding round to enhance and maintain the Great Rides of Nga Haerenga, the New Zealand Cycle Trail.
The National Party has been caught playing underhanded politics in Tauranga, says New Zealand First Leader Rt Hon Winston Peters.