Prime Minister John Key has conveyed his condolences to the President and Prime Minister of France following the tragic attack at a Bastille Day celebration in Nice.
On The Nation: Lisa Owen interviews Matt Noffs, Ross Bell and Vanessa Caldwell
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Michael Stein, Synlait’s General Manager Quality and Regulatory, has accepted the role of Quality and Food Safety Director, Asia Pacific, with Danone Nutricia Early Life Nutrition.
Canterbury District Health Board Chair, Murray Cleverley, and the Christchurch Hospital chaplains led a site blessing and ground breaking ceremony this morning, (Monday, 18 July) on the site of the new Christchurch Outpatients building.
Police are investigating a robbery at the Cameronian Dairy, in Cameron Road, Tauranga, on Sunday 17 July 2016.
Two men entered the dairy at about 5.10pm and one threatened the female worker with a hammer before they stole the till, containing a quantity of cash, and cigarettes.
A crash south of Ashburton, Mid Canterbury, thisafternoon will cause delays on State Highway 1.
Northbound drivers, heading towards Ashburton/ Christchurch, would be detoured at Hinds along Hinds Lismore Road, then Winslow Road and back onto State Highway 1.
Semble, New Zealand’s mobile wallet company, has today announced that following a strategic review of the business it will discontinue its current mobile payment service.
"Smart Cities Council Australia New Zealand launched today - part of the growing Smart Cities Council global network of Smart Cities practitioners. The Council’s goal is to make cities livable, workable, and sustainable.
A remarkable match at Sabina Park saw the Jamaica Tallawahs recover from the loss of four wickets in seven balls at the start of their innings to defeat the Guyana Amazon Warriors in the Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL).
- BoE surprised by keeping rates on hold, but most of the Committee expect easing at the4 August meeting.
- RBNZ gets some currency follow through, but where to from here?
New figures from the Ministry of Health show 12 out of 20 district health boards have not been fully funded this year to cope with the aging population, says Labour’s Health spokesperson Annette King.
2016 marks a historic milestone for world famous pirate radio station Radio Hauraki.
This year the station will celebrate the 50th anniversary of the first broadcast on December 4, 1966 - from a boat called the Tiri, in the Hauraki Gulf.
The New Zealand shearing team of Hawke’s Bay guns John Kirkpatrick and Rowland Smith have the challenge ahead of them as they try to win the last two tests of their CP Wool UK Tour and become the first New Zealand team in five years to beat Wales in a series in Wales.
Mayoral candidate John Minto is calling on the outgoing Mayor and councillors to halt the process to sell the council’s works company City Care.
Hamilton City Council has today voted to adopt a draft agreement which outlines how a water and wastewater council-controlled organisation for Hamilton City Council, Wakato District Council and Waipa District Council might be structured, should it go ahead.
Business people from Invercargill got no joy today from Air New Zealand when it called city leaders to a meeting, says New Zealand First.
Governments and food companies globally are failing to act on protecting children from the marketing of unhealthy food, according to a new study.
Horizons Regional Council has been successful in its first request for Central Government assistance following the June 2015 flood event. The claim is the first of three covering repairs to river management infrastructure across the Region since the flood and amounts to approximately $480,000.
Finance Minister Bill English has said he’d "counsel patience" for those looking to buy their first home in the Auckland housing market.
No Pride in Prisons is calling for the New Zealand Police to be disarmed following a surge in police violence.
"We were shocked to hear about the brutal murder of a Hamilton man by police this week," says No Pride in Prisons spokesperson Kiran Foster.