Police are seeking help from the public to locate a piece of medical equipment taken in a burglary in Sydenham in the early hours of Thursday 31st July.
The medical device is a spinal cord stimulator programmer and is one of three in the country.
New Zealand A have won their Tri-series with the England Lions and Sri Lanka A, after overcoming the former by seven wickets (D/L Method) in Worcester overnight.
A plan to launch New Zealand’s first double LLM degree with China, and a marketing alliance targeting German applied science students are two of 18 new initiatives to receive development funding, Education New Zealand announced today.
The name of Gough seems likely to continue to shine in New Zealand cycling after the performances of Waipukurau’s Regan Gough in this week’s UCI Juniors Track World Championships in Korea.
Stand-out New Zealand U20’s player Damian McKenzie has signed with the Chiefs Super Rugby team for the next three years.
The nineteen year-old is a versatile player who specializes playing at first five-eighth, but has proven to be just as comfortable at fullback.
Fernbaby, the company formed to provide a locally-made, high-quality alternative to the Australian and Singaporean-made infant formulas that currently dominate the New Zealand market, today announced it will be a key sponsor of the Vodafone Warriors for the next three years.
The Mayoral Flood Taskforce will deliver its final progress report to the Council this Thursday 14 August, outlining short-term flood defence measures that will protect houses in the hardest-hit areas of Christchurch.
Primary school teachers and principals are voting this week on whether or not to reject the government’s controversial $359m "Investing in Educational Success" policy.
New Zealand First says the Government should be embarrassed for contributing to inequality, given Auckland Council research shows that gambling is increasing inequality.
Today, 13 August, animal advocacy organisation SAFE, with the help of actor Robyn Malcolm, launches its ‘Housing matters to animals too’ election campaign, urging the public to support those political parties with firm policies banning all factory-farming practices.
The Southern DHB is so cash-strapped it is failing to fill nursing rosters, Labour’s Associate Health spokesperson David Clark says.
"Every day emergency department nurses arrive at work knowing they are likely to be carrying more than their recommended workload.
Huffington Post Media Group founder is coming to New Zealand thanks to ASB, Anthem, stuff.co.nz, AUT University and The Briefing
Arianna Huffington will be coming to New Zealand for the first time in September.
The all-new Mercedes-Benz C-Class will be unveiled for its first public viewing in the New Zealand market at the upcoming New Zealand Fashion Week from August 25 to 31.
REINZ, the most up to date source of real estate data in New Zealand, announced today that there were 5,893 dwelling sales in the month of July, down 13.0% on July 2013 and up 2.3% compared to June.
Red meat is set to star on menus of the country’s top restaurants over the next few months as chefs compete in the Silver Fern Farms Premier Selection Awards.
The Ministry of Health has no information about tooth decay profiles across NZ’s children, it admits under the Official Information Act.
Federated Farmers is shocked, but unsurprised, rustlers have targeted sheep on Auckland’s Cornwall Park. The Federation is hopeful legislation tightening penalties around the crime will be introduced in the new Parliament.
A 28 year old female has been arrested and charged with the arson after a fire at the Electoral Commission which occured on 15 July 2014.
The alleged arson was set in an unused kitchen area on one of the floors of Sovereign House used by the Electoral Commission.
Rotorua Mayor Steve Chadwick has been invited to address the 2014 Global Spa and Wellness Summit (GSWS) in Morocco later this month.