Vitamins are an essential part of a healthy, balanced diet, but in an age of processed foods and busy lifestyles, not everyone gets all of the nutrients they need, all of the time.
The Electricity Authority today released a consultation paper that proposes to remove special pricing arrangements for distributed generators. Distributed generators are generators connected to a local electricity distribution network rather than to Transpower’s national grid.
The Government must address the inequality laptops and tablets in classrooms are causing after a Queenstown school was forced to use a donation from an overseas investor to get their students digital devices, Labour’s Education spokesperson Chris Hipkins.
Katie Robinson from Pink Noise asks Marie Ockleford (AKA. Muz Flamingo), about incorporating street inspired elements to create her fresh take on nature and our Avian friends . . . whilst still finding time to surf and win a few art competitions along the way.
The New Zealand Law Foundation Ethel Benjamin scholarship for outstanding women lawyers has this year been awarded to Holly Hedley and Bree Huntley.
New Zealand is among 15 countries where Emirates Airline is now offering Visa Checkout, the online checkout service by Visa (NYSE: V), a global payments technology company, allowing shoppers to pay with their cards online and on any device, with just a few clicks.
Auckland mayoral candidate John Palino today confirmed that he will not sell any council park land for housing and called on other mayoral candidates to make the same commitment.
A study by researchers at the University of Otago, Wellington shows that smokers who used a nicotine inhaler were twice as likely to quit smoking as smokers using a placebo inhaler.
There has been a staggering 4,000 child sex abuse convictions in New Zealand over the last decade with no signs of it slowing down, says New Zealand First.
Congratulations to the four successful Maori men and women who won prizes in Auckland last week at the Aotearoa New Zealand Maori Business Leaders Awards, have been extended by the president of the Maori Party, Rangimarie Naida Glavish.
The four winners were:
Cancer diagnostics company, Pacific Edge Limited (NZX:PEB), announced today the presentation of positive results from a prospective multicenter, blinded study of Cxbladder Monitor, the Company’s new urine-based gene expression test for the investigation of urothelial carcinoma (UC) in patients
When Kiwis are in need of some comforting tucker, 28% reach for a well-made pie according to the results of Canstar Blue’s latest consumer survey.
And when it comes to pie flavours, the most loved is:
- Steak and Cheese (27%)
- Followed by Mince and Cheese (19%)
It was third time lucky for the Tall Ferns at the Four Nations Tournament in Hengyang, China on Monday night. The Tall Ferns beat the Czech Republic, ranked number five in the world, 72-64.
Their goal is to become the best workplace in Australasia.
Now Cecilia Robinson - one of the Founders and Co-CEO of highly successful meal delivery business My Food Bag - is taking another giant step towards the goal.
Research at the University of Auckland aimed at developing human corneal replacements by using proteins found in fish eyes has been awarded an Emerging Researcher First Grant from the Health Research Council of New Zealand.
“While he never attained the major championship glory that has come to so many of the modern Irish players from Padraig Harrington, Graeme McDowell and Darren Clarke to Graeme McDowell, his achievements were every bit as great and he leaves a huge mark on the history of the Irish and
The New Zealand women’s football team has been given a healthy boost in the run-up to Rio.
The 5+ A Day Charitable Trust is providing the Rio-bound Football Ferns with boxes of fresh fruit and vegetables every week before they head off in August.
Jason Witehira (NgÄpuhi) started stacking supermarket shelves at age 16.
New Zealand startups are enthusiastic about implementing Employee Stock Ownership Plans - or ESOPs - according to a survey undertaken by the New Zealand Venture Investment Fund and the Angel Association.
John Key is completely out of touch if he thinks desperate South Auckland families forced to live in cars can simply go to Work and Income for help, Opposition Leader Andrew Little says.