Caregivers all around the country will celebrate Caregivers Week from 22 - 28 March. Events are being held in resthomes, community halls and parks during the week.
Ernie Merrick will be coaching his 200th Hyundai A League game when the Wellington Phoenix take on the Brisbane Roar at Suncorp Stadium on Sunday which is quite an achievement for someone who had no ambitions to be a coach.
City-to-city express coach operator ManaBus.com, announces the purchase of five double deck buses, almost doubling the size of its fleet.
CEO Sheryll Otway says the company is expanding its services and needs the additional buses to service new routes, currently being planned.
Nominations for a prospective Palmerston North City Councillor closed today at 12 noon.
Electoral Officer Dr John Annabell announced at midday to have received nine nominations.
Nominations are as follows:
- BARBER, Ross Easton (Team God)
- BUNDY-COOKE, Gabrielle
Globally, 3% of the population suffers from a Tennis Elbow (lateral epicondylitis) inflammation. A highly successful experimental device has been recently tested in Germany using a very densed acoustic pressure which loosens both inflammation and scar tissue in only 24 hours.
The Blackjack’s (open) Women have stormed back today after a disappointing first day in the Trans Tasman.
Powerhouse centre Konrad Hurrell has today recommitted to the Vodafone Warriors after signing a new contract to the end of the 2018 NRL season.
New Zealand First says the latest Statistics New Zealand balance of payments data is not good news with no improvement over the previous quarter.
Philips Sonicare is calling on Kiwis to treat World Oral Health Day this Friday, 20 March as a day to improve their own oral healthcare habits.
Natalie Bassingthwaighte and Shelton Woolright have been announced as the new The X Factor NZ judges joining Mel Blatt and Stan Walker at the desk.
Council’s Environment and Community Development Committee today approved a plan to deliver enhanced information and tourism services in Åtaki once the local i-Site closes on 30 June.
The Transport Minister today confirmed that National MP Shane Reti's statement to constituents that he took a proposal for sealing their road to Cabinet was not true, Labour's Transport spokesperson Phil Twyford says.
It was an interesting start to the week, with Cyclone Pam dominating the weather headlines.
Umpiring and umpire coaching were at the forefront at NNZ this week as five umpire development personnel from all five Zones attended a two day forum at NNZ’s head office in Parnell.
The Independent Police Conduct Authority’s report on police handling into the "Roastbusters" highlights continued systemic and cultural failings within the New Zealand Police.
The Vodafone Warriors have announced they’ll donate $1000 for every try they score in their NRL match against the Parramatta Eels this Saturday to World Vision’s Cyclone Pam appeal. There will also be donation boxes at the game, their first home game of the season, at Mt Smart Stadium.
The Fighting Foreign Corporate Control Bill in the name of New Zealand First’s trade spokesperson Fletcher Tabuteau was drawn from the ballot today.
Following successful events in 2013 and 2014, Counties Manukau Police presents another opportunity to get up close and personal with the Everyday Heroes that keep you safe in the community, an event supported by Auckland Council and Botany Town Centre.
A New Zealand First bill pulled from the Members’ Ballot today will axe the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement’s (TPPA) ‘Trojan Horse’ provisions, which allow foreign corporations to sue the New Zealand government for billions of dollars.
Steven Joyce’s denials that New Zealand is a two-speed economy shows he is the one driving on the wrong side of the road, Labour’s Economic Development spokesperson David Clark says.