EDS welcomes the Productivity Commission’s draft report on Better Urban Planning released today.
With forecasts for a beautiful winter's weekend ahead and Mount Ruapehu already covered in snow, Central Police are encouraging people to get outside and make the most of it while reminding them to stay safe.
Holden New Zealand has released more details of the most eagerly anticipated ute launch of the year, the new Colorado, confirming the model will go on sale locally on September 10.
Membership of the parliamentary Intelligence and Security Committee must be changed, New Zealand First said today.
Airways is pleased to announce the appointment of Shelly Sydney as its new Health and Safety Manager.
Today Peter Burling and Blair Tuke’s four-year goal to win Olympic Gold came to fruition as they stood atop the podium on Rio’s Flamenco Beach and were presented their medals.
Netball Waikato Bay of Plenty Zone is pleased to announce the appointment of Margaret Forsyth to the role of Cold Power Magic head coach.
Forsyth has signed a two-year contract through until the end of the 2018 season.
After 15 weeks of competition, six sides are now vying for silverware in the UC Championship, with the respective Cup, Plate and Bowl finals set to take place this Saturday 20th August.
The world’s most liveable city is still only a short jump across the ditch, with Melbourne being crowned the title for the sixth year running.
MÄori Party Co-leaders Te Ururoa Flavell and Marama Fox say the Party will cautiously support the New Zealand Intelligence and Security Bill to select committee when it has its first reading in Parliament today.
This morning, Lower Hutt Mayor Ray Wallace presented two oral submissions to the Select Committee on the Local Government Act 2002 Local Amendment Bill (No 2).
Both submissions raised serious concerns with the proposed Bill that will affect local government across the country.
Changes to how the unemployed are counted when they look for work online were made to meet international standards, Statistics NZ said today. This week there has been some misunderstanding of the changes, which were first announced on 29 June 2016.
The Council is seeking community input on how we should manage our suburban road space through a survey on suburban parking that opens today.
The survey explores different ways of addressing parking demand in our growing suburban areas.
Elam School of Fine Arts student Hannah Valentine has been awarded the 2016 Iris Fisher Scholarship, in recognition of an art practice described by the judges as ‘intriguing’.
The Ministry of Justice is encouraging businesses affected by upcoming changes to anti-money laundering law to have their say on the proposed reforms.
The Ministry has issued a consultation document as part of the Government’s move to extend the Anti-
New Zealanders will be pleased at the Speaker’s ruling today ticking off the Prime Minister for acting improperly in the House on Wednesday, says New Zealand First Leader and Northland Member of Parliament Rt Hon Winston Peters.
Global reaction to a new release book by New Zealand writing and filmmaking team Lance and James Morcan has prompted them to adapt their book for a television documentary series and put it into development with their production company Morcan Motion Pictures.
The Human Rights Commission has welcomed Canterbury’s Rugby’s call for people to continue to report incidents of racial abuse.
Education Minister Hekia Parata today officially launched a new resource, including an app, to strengthen teaching and learning in reading, writing and maths.