Conservation Minister Maggie Barry has announced the Government will contribute towards a joint bid to buy Glenfern Sanctuary on Great Barrier Island for the nation.
It's probably for the best that most New Zealanders seem to be on board with Daylight Saving as a concept and a part of kiwi life, as it has been for more than 40 years now.
Workers in New Zealand’s movie making industry are earning poverty wages. Three-quarters of the 12,600 jobs earned less than $13,200 in 2013 according to new statistics released by Statistics New Zealand today.
The National Government looks set to miss the first United Nations (UN) deadline to submit its emissions reduction target for 2030, the Green Party said today.
Kia Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic showed they had learned an important lesson after delivering an all-important 63-57 away win against the dangerous Ascot Park Hotel Southern Steel in Invercargill on Saturday.
Four lucky Lotto players from Auckland, Kaukapakapa, Waimauku and Palmerston North will be celebrating after winning $250,000 each with Lotto First Division tonight.
Following speculation over the last couple of weeks, Affordable Auckland Leader Stephen Berry has confirmed he will be contesting the Auckland Mayoralty as well as standing for Council in the ward of Albany.
Auckland City FC is off to a winning start at the OFC Champions League after a comfortable 3-0 win over Suva at ANZ Stadium in Fiji today.
Successful CIOs are no longer senior executives who have spent their career in IT. They increasingly have spent time working in the broader business world in order to act as an effective interface between IT and the business and, critically, deliver business outcomes.
The first of three new places to play in Havelock North is being officially opened on Sunday (12 April).
A unique event was enjoyed by all who took part in the final round of the Sovereign Tri Series at the Christchurch Duathlon at Orana Wildlife Park today, as even the weather seemed to recognize the importance of the occasion with showers clearing to a largely fine if cool day.
An 18-year-old man who died in a fatal crash on Mountain Road, Oropi last night (Friday, 10 April) can now be named as Levi Green from Tauranga. He was driving a white Nissan Cefiro which crashed after failing to stop for police.
A serious crash investigation is continuing.
Inland Revenue’s runaway information technology transformation projects are being likened to Novapay with another Australian contractor right at its centre, says New Zealand First.
The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office (USPTO) invalided key claims in the so-called "podcasting patent" today after a petition for review from the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF)-a decision that significantly curtails the ability of a patent troll to threaten podcasters big and small.
On The Nation:
Lisa Owen interviews Auckland Deputy Mayor Penny Hulse
Penny Hulse calls for cross-party accord on Auckland housing because "it’s too important to score political points on"
Health Minister Jonathan Coleman says more Bay of Plenty DHB patients are receiving the elective surgeries they need compared to six years ago.
"Delivering more elective surgeries has been a priority for this Government," says Dr Coleman.
Great weather, nice people, an array of restaurants and boutique shops, Nelson really does have it all. Take a stroll down Trafalgar Street and notice the cute Victorian buildings, the flowering baskets.
Red Bull-backed extreme enduro motorbike racer Chris Birch is taking on Repco Race to the Sky as his next big challenge.
Customs Minister and Minister for Disability Issues Nicky Wagner will travel tomorrow to Australia to visit her counterparts and foster trans-Tasman cooperation across both portfolios.
The 2015 Halberg Junior Disability Games - a national three day sports competition for physically disabled and visually impaired young people aged eight to 21 - has officially opened tonight with a ceremony at the Avantidrome in Cambridge.