June was another record breaking month for Jeep in Europe with the legendary 4WD car maker recording its best ever month in Europe as well as notching up its 32nd consecutive month of year on year sales growth.
Health Minister Jonathan Coleman has welcomed the introduction of the new Raising Healthy Kids health target to help reduce childhood obesity.
Five young people from Lower Hutt will soon be heading to Minoh, Japan to teach English on the Japan Exchange Teaching (JET) programme. Minoh in Osaka has been Lower Hutt’s Sister City for 21 years.
German conservation foundation, NABU International is launching an international consumer campaign to persuade McDonald’s and fish consumers worldwide to source their fish from countries other than New Zealand.
From August 2017, CentrePort’s Marine Team will have a new jet powered pilot vessel capable of speeds up to 31 knots.
CentrePort’s Chief Executive, Derek Nind, says "there is clear need for a vessel that offers increased operational capability in all conditions."
On 4 March 2016, the Tararua District Council issued a Boil Water Notice for all consumers in Pongaroa receiving the Town and Rural water supply.
The Sensible Sentencing Trust says their support of the Police is unwavering following two shootings in recent times.
Trust Founder Garth McVicar said, "The reality is that society is now reaping the seeds that were sown years ago but the Police are the guys having to mop up the mess."
If you see yourself as a potential leader and are passionate about the Clutha District or your part of it, then now’s your chance to give local politics a go and have a say in your community’s future.
Local Government Minister Peseta Sam Lotu-Iiga challenged leaders at the Commonwealth Sustainable Cities Network (CSCN) meeting in London to urgently work with central governments on the challenges of global urbanisation.
The scallop fishing ban in Marlborough Sounds proves fisheries management must be reviewed, says New Zealand First.
IrrigationNZ will launch its first-ever annual snapshot of New Zealand’s irrigation sector at today’s AGM in response to enquiries about the health of the industry and proposed developments across the country.
Emergency services are at the scene of a large fire in a building that runs between Tuam and Litchfield Streets, in the block between Manchester and Colombo Streets.
The area is heavily occupied by emergency services, and members of the public are advised to avoid the area if possible.
Lynnette Katene didn’t quite believe it when she got the phone call saying she’s won a brand new car. Despite her son insisting it must be a scam, it was indeed true - more than $22,000 worth of true!
The latest house price figures from REINZ show the housing crisis expanding throughout the country, says Labour’s Housing spokesperson Phil Twyford.
Phil Goff’s targeting of migrants to deal with the Auckland housing crisis unfairly goes after people who aren’t to blame, says Auckland mayoral candidate Mark Thomas.
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More than 2 million New Zealanders are saving for their retirement through KiwiSaver but it’s time for many to take a "retirement reality check" on how much money they will really need, according to a new ANZ survey.
Raw data from frontline police operations shows without doubt that the number of offences committed has increased under the National government, says New Zealand First.
American Jerry Olszewski will become Swimming New Zealand’s new national head coach, taking up the role in September.
He will take over from Clive Power, who has been the acting head coach for the past year.