New research into the effects of chiropractic care suggests that it may have an important role to play in maximising sporting performance and aid recovery from a range of conditions where muscle function has been compromised.
Countdown has dropped the price of Homebrand Nappies from $19.99 to $15 for all 44-60 pack nappies. From tomorrow, this range joins more than 970 other grocery items with lower prices every day.
A new report released today by the Financial Markets Authority (FMA) shows the proportion of companies filing their financial statements on time has improved significantly since the FMA’s initial review in 2014.
Hutt City Council has told the Local Government Commission that its proposal for a supercity is a "high cost, high risk" option. It recommends the Commission drop the plan and leaves the region’s cities to work out their own efficient arrangements.
"Winston Peters has set a new record, being economical with the truth only hours into his campaign," claims Northland ACT candidate Robin Grieve.
In 2002, the Queenstown Lakes District Council made a considerable investment and some tough decisions to resolve ongoing issues around the then campground site.
The Auckland Council Group financial results for the six months to 31 December 2014 have been released today.
It shows an on-going commitment to investing in priority areas across Auckland while providing value for money.
By Dr. Stan Litras BDS BSc FIND (Fluoride Information Network for Dentists)
An agreement to look at how some of Hawke’s Bay’s key organisations can be funded regionally is about doing what is best for Hawke’s Bay, say the region’s leaders.
The only word to describe the latest building consent figures for Auckland is ‘tragic’, Labour’s Housing spokesperson Phil Twyford says.
"Whatever the Government is doing to address the Auckland housing crisis, it is clearly not working.
A permanent Board for Hawke’s Bay Regional Council’s Investment Company HBRIC Ltd will be in place from 1 July 2015, contingent on financial close being reached for the Ruataniwha Water Storage Scheme by this date.
Statement by Rt Hon Winston Peters, NZ First leader
Many months ago, we learned of alarming circumstances in the Northland electorate which would inevitably lead to a by-election.
Last year Wainuiomata residents and business owners had their say on what their community should look like in 2035. The project’s steering group have gathered that feedback, collated a collective vision and now want to double check with the community that they’ve got it right.
Businesses are confident, have runs on the board and have carried strong momentum into 2015, according to February's ANZ Business Outlook survey.
New Zealand harness racing has a new World Driving Champion, but he won’t be officially crowned until Sunday.
Tranz Metro services on the Kapiti Line between Wellington and Porirua have returned to normal scheduling.
Dr Jennifer Moore from Otago’s Law Faculty, and the Department of Preventive and Social Medicine, has won a prestigious Harkness Fellowship in Healthcare Policy and Practice.
UK sensor developers interested in collaborating with local researchers, businesses, city planners and systems engineers on smart city projects will be in New Zealand next week.
The Waimakariri Zone Committee will meet in Rangiora on Monday (2 March) for its regular monthly meeting to address local water management issues.