Constable Selica Winiata has been named the New Zealand Police Association Sportsperson of the Year for 2013.
With just 15 months to go until FIFA’s second largest football tournament descends on New Zealand, it was announced on Friday registered players in New Zealand will be the first to get access to priority tickets for the FIFA U-20 World Cup in 2015.
For the second time in a week Federated Farmers has made intemperate and provocative comments on environmental issues, says EDS.
National Party Campaign Manager Steven Joyce told TVNZ's Q and A programme forming a government with, Act, United Future and the Maori Party is the "most likely outcome at this point".
Q+A, 9-10am Sundays on TV ONE and one hour later on TV ONE plus 1. Streamed live at www.tvnz.co.nz
New chief executive Greg Campbell has started his tenure at the helm of Greater Wellington Regional Council.
“You know, it takes a certain character to be a great Ryder Cup player and Poulter has that character.”
Expanded civics and citizenship education is urgently needed to turn around the low voter turnout in New Zealand, the Green Party said today.
The election outcome does not bode well for the care of children and the early childhood education sector which sees little positive change in the near future.
The land, buildings and business comprising the Howick Motor Lodge in Auckland have been placed on the market for sale.
Former Kiwi Tony Iro has resigned from his role as New Zealand Rugby League high performance general manager to return to his previous position as assistant coach at the Vodafone Warriors.
But NZRL chief executive Phil Holden is happy to see Iro following his heart.
The re-election of a National Government is great news for the Wellington region, says Wellington Employers’ Chamber of Commerce President John Milford.
Not only were Jo Aleh and Polly Powrie presented the women’s 470 silver medal, but Peter Burling and Blair Tuke ended the penultimate day of their series with an unassailable lead and the 49er World Championship title in the bag.
The UMF Honey Association and AsureQuality Singapore have jointly announced the availability of a testing regime to determine non-peroxide activity in Manuka Honey sold in Singapore.
At 7.45am this morning, emergency services were called to a single vehicle crash in Hyde Street in Wainuiomata.
Workers at Genesis Energy's Hamilton call centre take industrial action on Monday (14 November) over their employer's push for individualised performance based pay.
Auckland Council’s wage and salary budget is not only huge and controversial but it has now also blown out by a staggering $50 million, according to the council’s own Annual Report for the year ended 30 June 2014.
The Olympic qualifying event in Cambridge this week has provided an ideal litmus test for New Zealand cycling coaches as they plot their path to the 2016 Rio Olympics and beyond.
Police management are praising the efforts of a recently graduated Constable who rescued a distressed woman who jumped off Cobham Drive bridge into the Waikato River last night.
Nelson’s Loveday Natural Health Centre has added to its impressive team of natural health specialists with the appointment of Integrative Medical Practitioner, Dr Cindy de Villiers.
Front rower and co-captain Sam Lisone was an inspirational figure as the Vodafone Junior Warriors beat Newcastle 23-16 tonight to move just one win away from reaching their second straight NYC grand final.