The number of property listings increases as the weather warms up. Homes look more appealing in warm sunshine but EECA ENERGYWISE advises putting some thought into how houses will perform in the cold depths of winter.
At about 3.20pm on Tuesday 29th September a male entered a dairy on Coast road, Wainuiomata armed with a handgun.
He threatened the dairy staff with the handgun and left a short time later with some cigarettes.
By Tod Palenski, Awapuni Nurseries
If you've got an area in your garden where you want to create a mass of colour, you cant go past petunias. They are prolific bloomers that, if looked after, will continue to flower all summer.
Local cultural and artistic groups and individuals are now invited to apply for funding through the Creative Communities Palmerston North Local Arts Funding Scheme.
The scheme aims to increase access and participation in the arts through the support of local arts activity.
Tomorrow, the High Court in Wellington will hear an application for judicial review of Trade Minister Tim Groser’s blanket refusal to release information relating to the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA) sought under the Official Information Act.
A significant shift in New Zealand public attitudes towards a tax on sugary soft drinks has been identified from recent poll results.
Alex van den Broek’s composition, View from Mt Peel, and Matthew Everingham’s piece, A Search for a Language, will be performed in two concerts by the NZTrio along with eight other original works by New Zealand composers.
A proper Capital Gains Tax remains the most essential immediate option to fix the Auckland housing crisis, the Green Party said.
Wellington, May 8 NZPA - Supreme Court judge Bill Wilson should stand down while inquiries are made into his conduct, Auckland law professor Bill Hodge says.
The NZ Transport Agency would like to thank the public for their involvement and feedback for the proposed designs for the next stage of the Northern Corridor Improvements project.
1 APRIL 2009 - First of its kind in New Zealand Will greatly reduce travel time, take-off from anywhere Fares starting from just $50 per flight
Flight Centre today announced its plans to sell New Zealand's first jet-pack travel flights from 1 April 2012.
Wanaka’s long association with Warbird aircraft is being celebrated with the installation of an aircraft on a pole at Wanaka Airport today.
Nokia has announced at the Consumer Electronics Show today, the launch of a new device, the Lumia 900, which will be the first LTE-capable device to run on the Windows Phone operating system. It will launch 'in the Spring' exclusively on AT&T's LTE network.
Police say wider use of tasers will reduce violence against the public and assaults on police
"I think all indications are that it will come down, will continue to come down - both violent situations encountered by the public, and also the assaults on staff".
Credit union NZCU South has presented its 2014/2015 financial results at its annual general meeting on 17 September 2015.
Chiefs coach Dave Rennie is pleased to formally announce the Chiefs squad for the 2012 Investec Super Rugby competition.
Dave Rennie said: "It is a good mixture of young exciting talent and key experienced players which should allow us to play a highly appealing style of rugby.
Students at Lincoln University are covering the length and breadth of New Zealand to discover new insect species and keep ahead of potential threats to agriculture and the environment.
BDO is urging New Zealand’s not-for-profit sector to help stamp out fraud in the sector by participating in its biennial BDO Not-for-Profit Fraud Survey.
A planned overhaul of CYF must include an evaluation of the availability of placements for youngsters caught up in the youth justice system, Labour’s Justice and Children’s spokesperson Jacinda Ardern says.
Long-time resident and Century 21 real estate agent of Mangakino and Whakamaru, Christine Stevens says she enjoyed the busiest winter in a long time helped by some recent media publicity and the fact that the small town is not far from popular Taupo.