Dr Sally Gaw will discuss the impact of microplastics on the environment at a free public lecture at the University of Canterbury (UC) at 7pm on Wednesday 22 July.
Whether you rent or own property, everyone has something to say about housing design and the neighbourhoods they live in. Palmerston North City Council would like your feedback when they review Plan Change 20: Residential Zone and Subdivision.
Property Council is encouraged by Local Government New Zealand’s (LGNZ) Funding Review Plan on funding local authorities around the country.
At approximately 11:00am this this morning the Life Flight Trust was responded to the Wairarapa Coast to a horse rider who had fallen off her horse.
Life Flight responded in the Westpac Rescue Helicopter with a Wellington Free Ambulance Paramedic on board.
The Reserve Bank today began public consultation on changes to its regulatory requirements that it expects will improve the efficiency of bank supervision and reduce banks’ costs.
WooHoo NZ Tax Refunds, official partner to The Crusaders, is offering a talented young rugby player the opportunity to attend the Crusaders Academy while undertaking tertiary study.
Local Government New Zealand (LGNZ) is pleased to announce the winners of the LGNZ EXCELLENCE Awards, designed to recognise and celebrate the leadership role local government plays within communities.
With entries in the 2015 Electra Kapiti Horowhenua Business Awards now closed and the assessment process underway, Assessor Graham Smellie says the overall quality of this year’s entrants is the best he’s ever seen.
TomTom (TOM2) has today released pricing and availability for the new TomTom Bandit Action Camera. The TomTom Bandit is the first ever camera to come with a built-in media server, eliminating the need to download footage before being able to edit it.
Schalk Burger is back in the Springboks’ starting line-up for Saturday’s Castle Lager Rugby Championship opener against Australia at the Suncorp Stadium in Brisbane.
Footage of prison fight clubs is yet another example of major flaws in National’s prison privatisation plan, said the Green Party today.
By Aaron Lim
The recent bombings at the Boston Marathon are a vivid example of the fragmented nature of modern warfare, and changes to the GCSB legislation are a necessary safeguard against a similar incident in New Zealand.
A major multi-agency road safety operation starts today as authorities step up efforts to keep Christchurch roads safe in the lead-up to Christmas.
Kiwi shoppers have saved $9 million one year after Countdown dropped the price of its Homebrand bread to just $1 a loaf.
The June storm that caused extensive flooding in Dunedin cost insurers over $28 million, the Insurance Council of New Zealand reported today.
This week I am starting a new weekly Artist Spotlight Blog. The first review for the new series will be Tegan & Sara who are supporting Jack Johnson in a tour of New Zealand & Australia!
New Zealand has a long-standing love affair with the music of Simple Minds. Their albums have sold multi-platinum copies here and they've toured to these shores three times.
Manu Vatuvei, Ryan Hoffman and Konrad Hurrell are all out of the Vodafone Warriors’ 18th-round NRL clash against Melbourne at Mount Smart Stadium today (4.00pm kick-off; match day sponsor: Suzuki; game day theme: #EverydayHeroes).
Police are treating an incident at a Hawke’s Bay primary school today where a pupil was injured as an accident.
Emergency services were called to Taradale Primary School at 1.15pm today after a pupil was found unconscious and having difficulty breathing.