Two lucky players from Auckland and Ashburton will be celebrating a midweek windfall after each winning $500,000 with Lotto First Division in tonight’s live Lotto draw.
The winning Lotto tickets were sold at Mobil The Gardens in Auckland and on MyLotto to a player from Ashburton.
Evacuations are continuing on the Port Hills as the fires continue to burn. A total of 450 properties have been officially evacuated, with police door-knocking downhill of the Sign of the Takehe as far as Kiteroa Place since early this morning.
Police are in attendance at a crash on Christchurch Akaroa Road where one person has died.
The crash occurred at 2.30pm between Duck Pond and Macartney Roads.
There are diversions in place at these roads.
Delays are expected and Police ask that drivers avoid the area.
Equidays has just announced cowboy Warwick Schiller and Amanda Wilson as two surprise ‘wild cards’ in the Friday Nightshow’s invitational Horseware Ireland Double Slalom.
Auckland author, song-writer, scientist and mother-of-three Lucy Davey has won the Storylines Joy Cowley Award, given annually by the Storylines Children's LIterature Charitable Trust of New Zealand with a manuscript entitled Out of Bed, Fred!.
One of the country’s fastest-growing financial advisory firms is set to open its second office in the South Island.
In October 2016, the world was introduced to the very first "Internet of Things" malware, which is a strain of malware that can infect connected devices such as DVRs, security cameras and more. The Mirai malware accessed the devices using default password and usernames.
A new app, which aims to take washday from wretched to wonderful, enables customers to outsource dry-cleaning and laundry with its door-to-door service. Launching this month, Laundromap’s new on-demand dry-cleaning and laundry service is set to revolutionise the way Kiwis do their laundry.
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Wildly popular British artist David Shrigley will present the first large-scale show of his work in New Zealand, when the exhibition David Shr igley: Lose Your Mind comes to Toi Moroki Centre of Contemporary Art (CoCA) in Christchurch this March.
The popularity of Hawke’s Bay Trails is continuing to climb, with new figures showing a record number of people using the trails for cycling, walking or running.
The Royal New Zealand Navy (RNZN) will continue its traditional involvement in the Tremains Art Deco Festival in Napier this year.
Geneva Healthcare now offers its Home and Community Support Services to more clients in the lower North Island, enabling the wider community to live their best lives.
A rare set up with two high pressure systems side-by-side will create a line of heavy tropical-like rain across the upper North Island in the next few days, then funnel it down across the rest of the North Island.
Samsung Electronics New Zealand today announced a limited edition colour to the Galaxy S7 edge range: Black Pearl.
Today is National Lamb Day, marking the 135th anniversary of one of the most significant milestones in New Zealand’s sheep meat industry.
Opener Martin Guptill has been ruled out of the ANZ Twenty20 and first two ODIs against South Africa due to a hamstring issue.
It’s a new year and whilst we all have resolutions at the forefront of our agendas, the New Zealand Chiropractors’ Association (NZCA) has highlighted six reasons why you should think about including chiropractic care as part of your healthcare regime in 2017.
Trade Minister Todd McClay will visit Mexico today to meet his counterpart, Economy Minister Ildefonso Guajardo and discuss the future of trade between our two countries.
Victoria University of Wellington’s Te KÅkÄ« New Zealand School of Music (NZSM) has announced New Zealand artist Rob Thorne (Ngati Tumutumu, Hauraki, Tainui) as the next Creative New Zealand/Jack C. Richards Composer-in-Residence.