Auckland sales executive Santiago Aon Ratto has stunned the global beer community winning Gold at the 2012 Asian Beer Awards for his pilsner, which he brewed in a WilliamsWarn Personal Brewery at his Mission Bay home.
Hutt City Council is expecting an application for resource consent from Housing New Zealand as part of the planning process for redevelopment of the Pomare Block, says Mayor Ray Wallace.
This Sunday between 4-5pm Bernadine Oliver-Kerby & Rod Cheeseman get rugby legends Grant Fox and Stu Wilson to dissect the first All Blacks squad of the season.
Silver Ferns coach Ruth Aitken and her Black Sticks counterpart Shane McLeod look ahead to the Commonwealth Games.
Hekia Parata didn’t do her homework before giving the green-light for Novopay to go live, and schools, teachers, parents and pupils are paying the price for her incompetence, says Chris Hipkins, Labour’s acting Education Spokesperson.
Prime Minister John Key today announced that New Zealand and the Republic of Korea have completed Free Trade Agreement negotiations.
Police are awaiting a decision from the Brazilian courts on the process to return Phillip Smith to New Zealand.
The options include either deportation or an extradition process.
Education Minister Hekia Parata has congratulated all those who worked to establish the C Company Memorial House which opened in Gisborne today.
After a nail-biting auction televised LIVE on TV3 tonight, Auckland couple Alex and Corban Wells have been crowned the 2014 winners of The Block NZ, taking home a life-changing prize of $307,000
A front over the upper South Island moves northwards over the remainder of the country by early Sunday morning. This front is preceded by very strong northwest winds, with severe gales expected in Hawkes Bay, Wairarapa, Wellington and Marlborough until Saturday afternoon or evening.
A tough day in the office is one way to describe the opening day of Wales Rally GB for Kiwi stars Hayden Paddon and John Kennard who battled increasingly slippery conditions and two kinds of mechanical issues with their Hyundai i20 WRC car to end the day in 12th overall.
Calling New Zealand youth with a passion for agriculture - we want your ideas on how to feed a hungry planet…and we want them now.
An 86th minute equaliser from captain Chris Wood earned the new-look All Whites a well deserved 1-1 draw in their international against China in Nanchang on Saturday.
Anyone who has picked up a set of financial statements will know how complex they are, and this is not helped by the sheer volume of disclosures they contain. Some of the mandatory disclosures in financial statements cloud the really useful information.
By Frank and Muriel Newman
In the age of the ipad, are children missing out on nature?
Keen on hops but not so sold on the bitterness you get with an IPA? How about a pilsner with the hops you know and love, but at a ‘sessionable’ level of 5%?
Behemoth Brewing Company has just the answer with Hopped up on Pils, the latest addition to its craft beer collection.
Science and Innovation Minister Steven Joyce has welcomed today’s announcement by German Chancellor Angela Merkel of a Memorandum of Understanding between Auckland University’s Bio-engineering Institute and Germany’s Fraunhofer.
Graham Dudfield from the Hamilton Hawks stumbled across Round the Bridges as a child when he was in town with his father back in the 1960s.
He didn’t know back then how involved he would in the future with the Hamilton Hawks’ running club or the popular event.
Prime Minister John Key is attending the G20 Leaders’ Summit as an invited guest and will travel to Brisbane tomorrow.
"It’s an honour to have been invited as a guest of Australia and I’m proud New Zealand will be represented alongside the G20 nations," says Mr Key
‘New Zealand’s system of health funding is not unsustainable, despite what Treasury and the Ministry of Health would have the Minister of Health believe," says Ian Powell, Executive Director of the Association of Salaried Medical Specialists (ASMS).