Four players have forced their way back into NZ Kiwis contention for this week’s Anzac Test in Brisbane, after missing last year’s Four Nations triumph.
The leaders of both Labour and National will receive membership forms from New Zealand First, along with a message of encouragement to join the party.
‘The latest revelations about the GCSB pose a stark question: is the GCSB’s "trade team" spying on governments with whom New Zealand is negotiating international deals, especially the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA)?’, asked University of Auckland law professor Jane Kelsey.
The New Zealand Medical Association (NZMA) is extremely disappointed Trade Minister Hon Tim Groser has rejected the call for an independent assessment of the impact of the proposed Trans-Pacific Partnership trade agreement (TPPA) on our health system.
"I’m glad we took the TPPA to the Tribunal" says MANA leader Hone Harawira and former MP for Tai Tokerau, in regards to the claim before the Waitangi Tribunal that the government’s negotiations over the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement are in breach of the Treaty of Waitangi.
Greater use of exposure drafts of new laws, stronger expectations and reviews of crown regulators, and more transparent cost recovery practices, are among changes announced to improve New Zealand’s regulatory system by Regulatory Reform Minister Steven Joyce.
A broad range of the Kiwis who support patients with hepatitis C are gathering for a Summit in Wellington - they’ll be the first in the world to acknowledge World Hepatitis Day 2015.
Child Poverty Action Group says the Minister of Social Development Minister should give a full explanation of why benefit levels were not raised immediately following the 2015 Budget.
Christchurch’s luxury boutique hotel, The George is adding two high-end properties under its growing Brook Serene Hotel Management portfolio.
A proposal being considered by the Government would see some people having to pay more for health care and district health boards forced to fight amongst themselves to fund regional health services, Labour’s Health spokesperson Annette King says
"Minister Groser has once again avoided the real issue of the health costs of the TransPacific Partnership (TPPA) investment deal" says Dr Erik Monasterio, a specialist in psychiatry, speaking on behalf of Doctors for the Protection of Health in Trade Agreements.
JLL has been officially recognised in four separate categories at the 2015 REINZ Awards for Excellence ceremony held on Thursday evening 23rd July, at Auckland’s Grand Rendezvous Hotel.
Hopes of Kiwi music industry success are closer for 30 Smokefreerockquest entrants who have made it through to the top 30 acts for 2015.
The Canterbury squad to contest the 2015 ITM Cup has been named and includes seven uncapped players. Canterbury Head Coach Scott Robertson said the exciting new talent would compliment the existing experience in the squad.
The Tall Ferns were unable to generate a win on the opening night of the 2015 William Jones Cup in Taiwan on Monday night going down 77-66 against Chinese Taipei B.
The New Zealand shearing team has had to settle for a drawn series with Wales in the final farewell to black-singlet icon David Fagan.
All-rounder Jimmy Neesham has featured in a winning start to the BLACKCAPS tour of Africa with a convincing victory against the North West Cricket Club today at Potchefstroom in South Africa.
A new book on the history of developing TÅ«tira Country Park has been published by Hawke’s Bay Regional Council. ‘A Short History of TÅ«tira Country Park’ was researched and written by Garth Eyles, the former manager of HBRC’s land management section.
A major issue has been ignored in a government report issued today showing that schools have become significantly more inclusive towards children with special educational needs.