A lucky Lotto player from Carterton will be celebrating a mid-week windfall after winning $1 million with Lotto First Division in tonight’s live Lotto draw.
The winning Lotto ticket was sold at MyLotto to a player from Carterton.
The outstanding Auckland teenager Gabrielle Fa’amausili staked her claim for higher honours with two records on the second night of finals at the New Zealand Age Championships in Wellington.
Organic Boxes is revolutionizing the cost of certified organic produce, making it fairer and more affordable for everyone.
"Our customers have asked us to make Certified Organic food cheaper" said Richard Bacon, owner of Organic Boxes.
Team Wellington striker Tom Jackson is proud to have claimed the Stirling Sports Premiership Golden Boot but says it will count for little if the team cannot get up to defend their title.
The Birkenhead Brewing Company (BBC), the home of craft-beer and great food on the North Shore, will be the unofficial home for World Masters Games basketball players at the 9th World Masters Games (April 21-30) in Auckland, New Zealand.
Groundbreaking research being released today reveals that a fast-changing technology environment means all accountants will have to make hard choices in the near future.
Alex Adams, Chief Executive of the high profile Hurunui Water Project (HWP) is stepping down from the role on 30 April, HWP Chairman of Directors Lindsay Lloyd announced today.
Adams, who started work for HWP as CEO in March 2014, is retiring.
Recognition at the Diversity Awards NZ has helped two innovative local companies make an even bigger impact with their initiatives designed to create an inclusive workplace for New Zealanders.
New Zealand First today tabled an amendment to the Crown Minerals Act that would collect royalties on drinking water exports.
Kapiti Police can now release the name of the pedestrian who died when hit by a vehicle on Sunday morning in Paekakariki.
She was 56-year-old Caroline Boyd, a Wellington local.
Police’s thoughts are with Ms Boyd’s family at this tragic time.
The Government faces a bill of up to $855 million over the next 25 years as New Zealand’s aging oil rigs come to the end of their life, the Green Party revealed today.
The FMA has received complaints from various investors in Forestlands.
This is a series of companies called Forestlands, numbered 2 through to 12 and 14 through to 20. There is a total of 18 companies.
Forestlands has recently sold all its forestry assets.
Associate Minister of Conservation, Hon Peter Dunne, welcomed the launch of the Mountain Safety Council's report into Hunter-Safety called A Hunter’s Tale yesterday.
The 28 sculptural artworks selected as finalists for the 2017 Fieldays No. 8 Wire National Art Award prove the imagination and creativity of Kiwi artists and DIYers knows no bounds.
Police have arrested a 30-year-old Otara man who allegedly threatened police officers with a firearm following a pursuit on Monday morning.
The man was allegedly driving a vehicle which failed to stop for a routine police check on Bairds Road.
Regenerative medicine start-up, Upside Biotechnologies, has successfully raised NZ$2.3m in its Series A funding round.
The New Zealand-based company is developing an advanced, world-class skin replacement treatment for patients suffering major burns.
Global engineering and advisory firm Aurecon, will be recruiting approximately 30 graduates around the country in 2017, as part of its annual graduate recruitment programme.
New Zealand sit proudly atop the HSBC World Rugby Women’s Sevens Series table after three tournaments as the Black Ferns Sevens put in a consistent display over the course of two days to win the USA Sevens in Las Vegas.
Little government attention has been given to smoking by Pacific peoples in New Zealand, and there is no specific government plan to deal with this smoking.