A financial educational software program, an app that encourages people to socialise with their friends in real life and a digital consultancy for small and medium companies have been selected as the top ideas in the inaugural DigMyIdea MÄori Innovation Challenge.
The NZ Transport Agency is about to start another two projects to improve safety for motorists south of Warkworth and Helensville.
Lightning Lab AKL is back for round two after hugely successful 2015 programme
DEFSEC media has announced the impending launch of its latest magazine title, Line of Defence. The new magazine, to be released in February 2016, will break new ground as New Zealand’s only business magazine for the defence, national security and foreign policy sectors.
It was once, twice, three times a winner as Eichardt’s Private Hotel took out the distinguished title of New Zealand’s Best Ski Boutique Hotel at the annual World Ski Awards for the third consecutive year.
The New Zealand International Convention Centre (NZICC) will have a positive economic impact that extends far beyond the boundaries of Auckland, says New Zealand’s business events industry association.
In the eyes of Kiwis, you don't have to be superman or conquer a world-first achievement to be a hero. Saving lives by donating blood will do just as well.
Five major collections covering 140 years of New Zealand history now online, plus records reveal Russell Crowe's strong Māori ties.
While 140,000 people are gaining skills through industry training every year, New Zealand’s ‘skills gap’ is predicted to widen. That gap, between supply of and demand for, skilled workers could slow productivity and stall economic growth.
Additional video footage provided to Canterbury Police today following the arrest of an aggressive man at a local gym earlier this week confirms the man was not struck by Police as has been claimed. This has also been backed by witnesses from the gym spoken to by Police.
Aly Cook's Midnight Cowboys has hit on the Australian Top 40 Country Tracks Chart, the track made the biggest jump, in the charts history since it moved from a top 30 to top 40 format over 2 years ago.
Canterbury United made it two from two in the ASB Premiership on Sunday, claiming a 2-1 victory over Team Wellington in their first home match of the year at ASB Football Park in Christchurch.
Clarke Johnstone never doubted his beautiful horse Balmoral Sensation would make the podium at the Australian International 3 Day Event in Adelaide.
Hawke’s Bay United grabbed their first win of the ASB Premiership season on Sunday with a 3-0 victory over Southern United at Bluewater Stadium in Napier.
Massey University is proposing to cut 53 jobs across its three campuses in Palmerston North, Wellington and Albany.
In Coke Australia's latest marketing ploy they have decided to personalise their product by putting names on the labels. Not just the Coke name, no, but YOUR name. Whatever your name is, I'm pretty darn sure it's on a Coke bottle. You lucky son of a gun, you!
Earthquake Recovery Minister Gerry Brownlee agrees immigrants will be needed to rebuild Christchurch.
The sale of an iconic Queenstown hotel constitutes the largest single hotel transaction in New Zealand in nearly a decade.
Funding from an aviation safety scholarship was vital to the development of a new app that’s currently being trialled in the South Island to help improve safety in New Zealand’s airspace.
The SKYCITY Breakers continue to make a clear statement to the rest of the league about their home court as they went 6-0 on New Zealand soil with an 80-69 win over the league leading Melbourne United, in doing so inflicting a third consecutive loss on the Melbourne team.