Trade Minister Todd McClay and his Saudi Arabian counterpart, the Minister of Commerce and Investment, have agreed to work towards early completion of the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC) - New Zealand free trade agreement (FTA).
Building on a heritage of industry-leading and award-winning security software, Norton by Symantec (NASDAQ: SYMC) changes the future of digital safety with the announcement of Norton Core.
Police are warning drivers to consider the potential consequences of risky driver behaviour, after two incidents that could have ended badly on the North Shore yesterday.
A woman has been taken to North Shore Hospital in a critical condition after being found unresponsive in a swimming pool at an address in the Hauraki area.
Police were called to the address at around 1.30pm.
We remain at the scene and are making further enquiries.
Most places are in for more windy days this week, due to a large high north of New Zealand directing a prevailing westerly flow over the country.
The CricHQ Provincial A team have backed up their successful T20 tournament in Taupo by winning the National Provincial A tournament in Lincoln.
Next week CentrePort will begin work to secure its gantry cranes, as it develops plans to resume modified container operations within four to six months.
New Zealand’s favourite ‘Kiwiana town’ has made it onto the map for another reason, after topping the table as New Zealand’s ‘luckiest’ area for Lotto winning in 2016.
By Andy McGechan, www.BikesportNZ.com
At age 46, you might call Taumarunui's Leigh Tidman a late starter at national championships level, but he's more than making up for that right now.
Southland landowners need to continue to be proactive in the fight against the pest weed velvetleaf, as the next phase of the response gets underway. Velvetleaf is an aggressive weed, which damages crops by competing with them for nutrients and water.
By Ric Spooner, Chief Market Analyst, CMC Markets
Investors appear content to stay in stocks as they wait on the February reporting season. A solid lead from US markets has delivered a firm start to trading on the Australian exchange.
Want to be part of TÄmaki Makaurau’s celebrations of the MÄori New Year?
Auckland Council is calling for groups wishing to host an event during this year’s Matariki Festival 2017.
Waitemata Police are praising the efforts of members of the public who fought to free a man and pull him from a burning car yesterday morning in Orewa.
At around 9.30am, a 28 year-old man was driving north on the Hibiscus Coast Highway.
The once a year opportunity to celebrate and recognise local volunteers has arrived in the Ashburton district.
BACS Good Business Eggs are beginning their quest to find the fifth annual winners for 2017. And over the summer period the long process of checking and verifying what business has invested in the community over the past year is being completed for the 5th annual awards in April.
Canterbury Police can now name the man found deceased after a crash off Arundel Rakaia Gorge Road yesterday morning.
The body of 42-year-old Shane William Forsyth, of Westport, was found inside a brown van submerged in water in an irrigation race around 8am.
By Andy McGechan, www.BikesportNZ.com
The racing could not be much closer than was witnessed at the weekend's opening round of four in this season's New Zealand Superbike Championships.
Lily Tootill spent the last day of her teenage years beating some of the biggest guns in New Zealand showjumping, with a stunning victory in the penultimate round of the Country TV World Cup (NZ series) in Dannevirke this afternoon.
Formal charges have been laid against the 39-year-old man arrested early today following an incident in Okato, New Plymouth, overnight.
He will be appearing in the New Plymouth District Court tomorrow facing charges of assault with a weapon, and threatening to kill.