The Devon Hotel Central Stags selectors have included Doug Bracewell and Ben Wheeler in their squad for their Round Five Ford Trophy match against the Wellington Firebirds in Palmerston North on Sunday 10 January.
BusinessNZ is pleased to see the Labour Party's youth skills and employment policy focusing on the crucial need to ensure that all young people under 20 years of age are learning or earning.
New Zealand’s leading exercise industry group ExerciseNZ has today appealed to Kiwis to make increased physical activity their resolution for 2017 but it also warned that keeping resolutions isn’t easy and is offering tip
Jesse Pabla has been selected as the Labour Party candidate for Papakura for the 2017 General Election.
Jesse is a 22-year-old electrical apprentice whose family has lived in Papakura for 50 years. He grew up in Papakura and attended local schools.
National Security and Intelligence Minister Bill English today welcomed the passing of legislation which updates the legislative framework and increases the transparency of the intelligence and security agencies.
Prime Minister Bill English has confirmed Foreign Affairs Minister Murray McCully did not have approval from cabinet to support a United Nations Security Council (UNSC) resolution criticising Israel, says New Zealand First.
As World Wide Web celebrates 28 years, its founder Sir Tim Berners-Lee noted that in many ways it has lived up to the vision of being an open platform "that would allow everyone, everywhere to share information, access opportunities and collaborate across geographic and cultural boundaries."
By Andy McGechan, www.BikesportNZ.com
A competition that remains undecided until the final throw of the dice, or until the final card has been dealt, is perhaps the best contest of all.
Science and Innovation Minister Paul Goldsmith has today announced the winners of New Zealand’s most valuable and prestigious annual science awards, the Prime Minister’s Science Prizes.
A report on the plantation forest industry has highlighted its value to national and regional economies, as well as forestry’s beneficial effect on New Zealand’s ecology.
The NZIER Report was commissioned by the New Zealand Forest Owners Association and Farm Forestry Association.
Today, the Productivity Commission published its final report on the Tertiary Sector. At the same time, the OECD Environmental Performance Review of New Zealand strongly highlighted the need for a fundamental change in our approach to building wealth sustainably in this country.
The Asia New Zealand Foundation welcomes new funding to build New Zealanders’ capacity to engage with Asia.
The OECD international peer review of New Zealand’s environmental performance shows we are doing much less than we could to improve the environment, the Environment and Conservation Organisations of NZ said.
A University of Canterbury professor leading worldwide research into the effects of ground-shaking caused by earthquakes has been presented with one of New Zealand’s top science prizes.
Jai Ingham has just experienced his first day on All Whites duty and is looking to soak up as much as he can over the ones that follow before returning to Australia as a fully-fledged international.
Developing more international partnerships and investor opportunities for medical technology is the focus of Dr Diana Siew’s new role as strategic partnership specialist for the University of Auckland’s bioengineering institute.
Arts, Culture and Heritage Minister Maggie Barry says the ties between New Zealand and Turkey were strengthened further today with the unveiling of the Turkish Memorial at Pukeahu National War Memorial Park.
After supporting rugby league for more than six decades and serving over 25 years on the board, rugby league stalwart Cathy Friend QSM has been bestowed an official kuia (elder) of Auckland Rugby League (ARL).
By Michael McCarthy, chief market strategist, CMC Markets
New Zealand Rugby’s (NZR) Respect and Responsibility Review Panel is asking New Zealanders to share their stories to help inform their review of New Zealand Rugby’s culture.