Nau mai, piki mai ki TÄmaki Paenga Hira ki te whakahÅnore te Wiki o te Reo MÄori me Matariki.
Celebrate Matariki and MÄori Language Week at Auckland War Memorial Museum this month.
Western Bay of Plenty Police are urgently seeking Lisa Tracey Mills, aged 47 years, who is believed to be in the company of two 6 year old girls.
It is believed Ms Mills is driving a white 2010 Mercedes-Benz GL SUV with the registration number FQS965.
ANZ's latest job advertising data suggests demand for employment is strengthening as the housing and construction sectors boom around the country.
Selwyn residents are being invited to celebrate the Rio Olympics and support St John’s project to build a new facility in Rolleston with a fun afternoon of games and awards at the Selwyn Aquatic Centre on Saturday 6 August.
A housing website launched by Labour today claiming 98 per cent of New Zealand has a housing crisis lacks credibility and shows how desperate the opposition has become to overstate New Zealand’s housing challenges, Building and Housing Minister Dr Nick Smith says.
Adrenalin-Forest, the aerial adventure operator, today announced that it has appointed Isaac Thomson as operations manager of its Christchurch Park.
New Zealand owned insurance company Fidelity Life has announced the appointment of Nadine Tereora as Chief Executive Officer.
A banned aquatic weed that forms dense mats that can double in size in days and pose a drowning risk has been discovered in two home garden ponds in Northland, prompting a warning from biosecurity experts.
New Zealand’s Aviation Security Service (Avsec) is pleased to have reached a pay deal with unions and says it will be ‘business as usual’ at airport screening points.
Ruapehu District Council (RDC) is aiming to move Ruapehu communities from "She’ll be right" to "We’re ready" as part of a new natural disaster preparedness campaign launched by Civil Defence Minister Nikki Kaye today.
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Those who wish to enter their nomination for the 2016 Local Authority Elections can do so from Friday 15th July.
Nominations are being sought for Mayor and fifteen councillors.
Following all-day mediation between Aviation Security Services, the Public Service Association and E tū, a provisional agreement has been reached.
Thousands of first home buyers around New Zealand will be asking the Government what all the pain has been for after departing BNZ CEO Andrew Thorburn said that the jury is still out on whether LVRs have worked, says Labour’s housing spokesperson Phil Twyford.
National’s failure to invest in the long term, especially in innovation, skills, infrastructure and other economic development measures has been criticised by the OECD, says Labour’s Finance spokesperson Grant Robertson.
Police and emergency services staff are in attendance at an address on Te Ngae Road, Rotorua after a man was shot by Police.
Police have cordoned off Te Ngae Road between Vaughan and Allen Mills Roads, and are asking members of the public to avoid the area.
A low moving east over the Tasman Sea is expected to spread a band of rain southward over the North Island and upper South Island today (Tuesday) and Wednesday, followed by a trough with heavy showers during Wednesday and early Thursday.
Despite 45% of Kiwis measuring their pet’s food intake, more than half (53%) are giving their pets treats on top of their regular meals according to the results of the latest survey by consumer satisfaction company, Canstar Blue.
Police staff continue to remain at a Te Ngae address after a male was shot by police earlier today.
After receiving initial first aid at the scene, the male has now been transported to hospital.
New Zealand’s fastest growing electricity retailer Flick Electric Co. has raised a further $5m from existing shareholders to fund its New Zealand growth plans.