Four-piece pop group, Motion from Garin College, took out the Nelson regional final of Smokefreerockquest in front of a sell-out crowd of 500 at Theatre Royal on Friday night.
Innovative electricity retailer, Flick Electric Co. has claimed top honours in the 2016 Hi-Tech Awards, announced in Auckland last night.
The NZ Hi-Tech Awards celebrate New Zealand’s most successful high-tech companies.
The Royal Australian and New Zealand Collage of Psychiatrists' Congress at SkyCity Convention Centre in Auckland brings together mental health experts in a diverse range of areas; from children and adolescents to old age, mental health across the lifespan will be discussed.
New Zealand businesses setting a standard for energy efficiency have been recognised in the 2016 EECA Awards.
Police are attending a fatal crash at Paierau Road, Matahiwi in the Wairarapa where the car went into the river.
One person has been confirmed as deceased and the three remaining occupants are on their way to hospital.
Last night’s Australian International Beer Awards (AIBA) has sent the Moa team flying high, after receiving medals for 14 of its 16 entrants into the Melbourne-based prestigious awards ceremony, including a gold medal for its specialty malt driven Moa Smoked Helles.
Education Minister Hekia Parata will today attend a commemorative service on the Greek island of Crete to honour the service and sacrifice of the New Zealanders who fought in the Battle of Crete that began 75 years ago today.
The Greatest Celebration of New Zealand wine opens its doors from 5.00pm this afternoon at Auckland’s Shed 10 (FRIDAY SESSION IS NOW SOLD OUT).
Today Wellington Airport lodged the Application to extend Wellington’s runway with Greater Wellington Regional Council (GWRC) and Wellington City Council (WCC).
Air quality and sea level rise were the hot topics of conversation between students and local government leaders in Tauranga yesterday.
Eminent writers Patricia Grace, Eleanor Catton and Witi Ihimaera are just a few of the big literary names associated with an ambitious initiative launched by award-winning New Zealand author Paula Morris this week.
The Green Party is calling for the Government to stop extracting a multimillion-dollar dividend from Housing New Zealand in the name of "discipline", while the country is in the grips of a housing emergency.
Netball Australia and Netball New Zealand have confirmed that the existing ANZ Championship format will discontinue after the current 2016 season, with both organisations to form national netball leagues in their respective countries.
Auckland Council is busting the myth that there is a constraint on building beyond Auckland’s current Metropolitan Urban Limit (MUL).
23,000 homes already planned outside the MUL
Foreign Minister Murray McCully travels to Tehran this weekend to meet with Iran’s Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif and other members of the Government, and then to Turkey for the World Humanitarian Summit.
Minister of Transport Simon Bridges has tonight officially inspected and switched on the new runway lights in Queenstown, a key milestone in getting Queenstown Airport ready to receive after-dark flights.
Information released to New Zealand First paints a damning picture of mental health and addiction services in rural New Zealand, says New Zealand First.
TomTom sets a new standard in navigation with the launch of the all new TomTom GO. TomTom has completely re-designed the Portable Navigation Device (PND) to put drivers back in control of their drive.
Just two days after her first ever call up to the Football Ferns, Jane Barnett is still coming to terms with being thrust into the national team spotlight and admits she didn’t see it coming.