A 43 year-old man has died following a fatal shooting at a rural property in Mohaka, near Wairoa this morning.
Police and ambulance were called to the address just before 11am after receiving reports that somebody had been shot.
A veterinary scientist with an international reputation for her teaching, research and academic leadership will be the next vice-chancellor of Massey University.
Intergen’s CEO, Simon Bright has been named a finalist in the Business category in this year’s Wellingtonian of the Year awards. Winners will be named at The Wellys awards evening at Te Papa on Thursday 10 November 2016.
Implementation of Act an important step in restoring investor confidence
The Trustee Corporations Association today welcomed the new Securities Trustees and Statutory Supervisors Act which comes into force tomorrow.
Christchurch City Council's recent recognition at the Canterbury Health in All Policies (CHIAP) Excellence Awards shows the significant progress being made towards smoke-free social housing, says Councillor Andrew Turner.
FSANZ today warned people not to consume food products claiming to enhance sexual performance as they may contain analogues of the drug Viagra.
The Mt Roskill by-election will be held on Saturday 3 December, Prime Minister John Key confirmed today.
"I have been advised that given that Mr Goff’s resignation will take effect on 12 October, it is now appropriate to set a date for the by-election," says Mr Key.
National is showing little concern for the axe hovering above the Kawerau mill which if proposed Electricity Authority power hikes proceed could force it to close with the loss of more than 700 jobs in the Bay of Plenty, says New Zealand First Spokesperson for Energy Fletcher Tabuteau.
The Public Service Association Te PÅ«kenga Here Tikanga Mahi is urging the government to pay close attention to the first findings of the People’s Mental Health Review.
The Canterbury Health System’s commitment to giving our kids the best access to mental health care has led to some changes to improve services.
The Sustainable Business Network has won the Sustainability Support category at the 2016 AUT Excellence in Business Support Awards.
Rachel Brown, CEO of the Sustainable Business Network, says she is thrilled to have won the first sustainability award in the history of these awards.
With less than ten days to go until entries open in the 2016 New Zealand Dairy Industry Awards, organisers of the 11 regional competitions are ready to host launch events.
The road toll for the year to date has already passed the total for the whole of 2013, raising serious questions about the Government’s underfunding of road safety, says Labour’s Transport spokesperson Sue Moroney.
MÄori Party co-leader Marama Fox says the Governments needs to be reminded about its promise to end child poverty in New Zealand by 2030.
Immigration Minister Michael Woodhouse today announced changes to the Government’s New Zealand Residence Programme (NZRP) for the next two years.
Pushpay Holdings Limited (NZSX:PAY) (‘Pushpay’ or ‘the Company’) is proud to now process over US$1 billion in Annualised Monthly Payment Transaction Volume.
By Bala Tikkisetty
Getting the best bang for buck out of fertiliser while protecting economic and environmental bottom lines is a key balancing act for farmers.
Hayden Paddon and John Kennard reach the milestone of 100 rallies together at this weekend’s unique mixed surface FIA World Rally Championship event in Spain.
NEON customers have discovered a world where every human appetite can be indulged, and they are doing just that.
HBO’s anticipated new series, Westworld, knocked Game of Thrones from the number one spot on NEON’s Weekly Top 10 with the first week of episode one being fast-tracked.
The United Nations Committee on the Rights of the Child has reported back on its examination of New Zealand’s compliance with the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCROC).