Registrations are now open for the 2016 ANZ RSA Cyril Bassett VC Speech Competition, in which Year 12 and 13 students from across the country will compete for the chance to attend ANZAC commemorations in Gallipoli.
Massey University begins 2016 with a new agency, appointing FCB New Zealand as its creative and media services partner.
The Sony Ericsson T715 allows consumers to stay connected without any compromise on communication features or design. An ultra compact slider mobile phone, the T715 also offers a large keypad and font size allowing you to get the most out of your SMS, MMS or email management.
University of Canterbury (UC) student Meenal Pathak is already making a difference to cancer treatment times through her Master of Business Management (MBM) experience.
Hutt Valley business confidence in New Zealand’s economy has surged in the latest Hutt Valley Chamber of Commerce Business Confidence Survey, sponsored by Red Hot Business Coaching.
Leading international and New Zealand health experts will be in Wellington throughout February to participate in the 2016 Public Health Summer School run by the University of Otago, Wellington. To celebrate its 20th year, the School is offering five free public evening lectures:
One of New Zealand’s oldest arts institutions will reopen its Christchurch gallery this month with an exciting exhibition and a determination to make contemporary art accessible to all.
Sarah Carrick-Leslie will begin the new role for the gateway to the South Island on February 22, after more than five years as National Advertising Manager for PGG Wrightson.
The landslide of dairy farms being sold up will push massive amounts of productive land into foreign ownership, unless the drawbridge is pulled up quickly, says New Zealand First.
Before Saturday's Christchurch earthquake, it was the financial world that was shaken by shock waves eminating from its near neighbour, Timaru. South Canterbury Finance (SCF) collapsed, literally in the same way as many homes did around Canterbury yesterday.
Joining Manfeild in the build up to the February 12-14 New Zealand Grand Prix, the biggest motorsport event annually staged at the Feilding facility, holds no issues for new staffers Jordyn Tate and Michael Barbour - they’ve separately been there, done that already.
Otago Polytechnic’s first major commemorative event celebrating fifty years of delivering hands-on, career-focused education in Dunedin takes place tomorrow with the official opening of The Hub and Mason Centre.
Despite the rain of the last few days fire restrictions remain in force throughout Hawke’s Bay.
The Industry Training Federation (ITF) is pleased to see more evidence of the Labour Opposition’s focus on workforce skills, training, and lifelong learning in Sunday’s ‘State of the Nation’ speech.
Psychologists at Massey University are investigating whether a form of low intensity psychological intervention, which has been successful in England, could be adapted to New Zealand to help thousands suffering depression and less severe mental health conditions.
Love it or loathe it, Valentine’s Day - 14 February - is the most widely recognised day of the year to celebrate romance.
By Andy McGechan, BikesportNZ
Taihape's Sarah Elwin is almost always smiling whenever she can ride her Yamaha YZ250F, but those smiles have certainly become wider in recent months as her form reaches new highs.
Crisp consumer favourite: Sauvignon Blanc, will be paired alongside a gourmet selection of New Zealand produce at the up-coming International Sauvignon Blanc Celebration in Marlborough.
The Taxpayers’ Union says that today’s promise by Andrew Little for 3 years free post-school education shows the need for an independent policy costing unit, similar to the one proposed by the Green Party last week. Taxpayers’ Union Executive Director, Jordan Williams, says: