Ms Angela Mentis has been appointed as a non-executive director of BNZ, effective 19 December 2016.
Chairman Doug McKay said he was delighted to make the announcement on behalf of the BNZ Board.
Four local organisations will benefit from Dunedin’s Gigatown win with more than $80,000 awarded today by Chorus to innovative community projects using gigabit technology.
Each year, the security industry faces new types of threats as cybercriminals evolve their approach toward accessing organisations’ data. As we approach 2017, the security experts at Symantec have taken a close look at the trends we can expect to see this year and in the years ahead.
It’s only one week into the inaugural Data Hunting season and more than 67,000 Kiwis are toting their smart phones and heading out to track and capture data across the country.
Police in West Auckland have received dozens of calls in relation to the abduction and sexual assault of an 11-year-old boy in the Ranui area, on Thursday afternoon (17 November).
The Wellington Abrahamic Council of Jews, Christians and Muslims has totally rejected the intolerant anti-Semitic speeches of Auckland cleric Dr Mohammad Anwar Sahib. Such pronouncements are irresponsible, insensitive and hurtful to Jewish people.
Pole position in the National Youth League continues to be held by Hamilton Wanderers but Waitakere United and Auckland City are not far off the pace with just three rounds remaining.
Napier Port now plans to lodge its resource consent applications for the proposed wharf development and phased dredging project in the first half of 2017, so it can do further work to confirm the best locations for disposal of dredged material.
An innovative online tool has been developed to help the tourism industry maximise the value of domestic tourism.
Three new trustees have been appointed to the New Zealand Farm Environment (NZFE) Trust.
Simon Stokes, Michael Jamieson and Jon Lee were officially welcomed to the NZFE board at the Trust’s annual meeting on October 31.
Following the fatal crash in Tauranga on Tuesday 22 November 2016, Police are now in a position to release the name of the cyclist who died.
She was 71-year-old Carol Ann MacMillan, from the United States.
The Earthquake Commission’s stubborn insistence on slashing its workforce and its operational funding by nearly half shows callous disregard for victims of the Kaikoura earthquake and the thousands of Cantabrians still waiting to resolve claims, says Labour’s Canterbury spokesperson Megan Woo
Ever wondered where your meat and eggs come from? A farm surely, but have you thought about what kind of farm, where that farm is, and how the animals are treated?
National’s Mt Roskill by-election candidate Parmjeet Parmar has a packed schedule for the last five days of the campaign, talking with voters about the local issues that matter.
Defending event title holder Vince Bristow has work to do after clutch and gearbox problems slowed he and co-driver Tim Sayer on the opening day of the 2016 New Zealand Silver Fern Rally today.
“Ko began changing to David Leadbetter's A swing about two years ago in an effort to find more length off the tee by learning how to draw the ball – moving it from right to left – which has made her less accurate without noticeably increasing her distance.” That’s fr
By Sharon Davies, managing director, Big Splash
Air New Zealand will today notify the Environment Court that it will seek to be represented at the upcoming hearings of the resource consent application for the proposed Wellington Airport runway extension.
White Ribbon Day today is an opportunity to talk openly about the impact family violence has on our local communities, and for all of us to do our bit to help end it, National candidate for Mt Roskill Parmjeet Parmar says.