It proved a triple treat for Lauren Boyle on the final night of the State New Zealand Open Championships in Auckland tonight.
War affects children, and it is important they understand how it impacts families and societies, says Professor of War Studies Glyn Harper, who has written a new children’s book based around correspondence between a New Zealand boy and his Gallipoli-bound soldier brother.
The MÄori Party congratulates all 2400 students graduating from Te Whare WÄnanga o AwanuiÄrangi today, and says it is so proud of the achievements of these students and the contribution that WÄnanga are making to MÄori educational achievement.
Consultation is now open on Selwyn 2031 - Draft District Development Strategy.
The National Government’s handling of the economy is making little difference to many Kiwis, says New Zealand First.
Palmerston North City Council was named the winner of the 2014 GIS Project of the Year at the Association of Local Government Information Management (ALGIM) Awards held in Auckland this week.
Entertainment One film Divergent has opened at the top of the NZ box office.
Starring Shailene Woodley, Theo James, Kate Winslet and Zoe Kravitz Divergent is a gripping action-thriller set in a futuristic world.
MediaWorks Radio has increased its dominance of the national radio market with one of the company's strongest ever performances in a radio survey.
A diverse group of ten passionate 17-24 year olds has been appointed as the new Youth Council Advisory Panel to Hamilton City Council.
On The Nation this weekend… Lisa Owen will speak with Hone Harawira from the Mana Party conference in Rotorua about Kim Dotcom, election year strategy and some of their more controversial policies.
Owner operated franchises are the places to shop if you want better customer service when you're buying an appliance, says Consumer NZ.
Scientists, dermatologists, skin cancer experts and health professionals are among those meeting in Auckland next week to discuss the latest research into UV radiation and how best to improve public awareness of UV issues.
What lies beneath the surface of Wellington Harbour comes under the spotlight this week, as part of a feasibility study for an emergency water supply pipeline across the harbour.
As the dry summer conditions ease, a drop in urea prices by Ballance Agri-Nutrients will be welcomed by farmers looking to build up feed reserves to meet stock requirements over winter and early spring.
Social Development Minister Paula Bennett says people using hardship assistance are in line to pay less for glasses and other optical services as a result of a new preferred supplier arrangement with opticians.
Accolades for the Waikato nurse practitioner behind the life changing Sugar Babies study just keep coming.
Dr Deborah Harris’ thesis on neonatal hypoglycaemia has received a University of Auckland’s Vice Chancellor’s Prize for Best Doctoral Thesis in 2013.
REINZ, the most up to date source of real estate data in New Zealand, announced today that there were 7,315 dwelling sales in the month of March, down 10.0% on March last year, but up 19.4% compared to February.
New Zealand's latest Greenhouse Gas Inventory submitted to the UN confirms National’s policies are driving climate change, the Green Party said today.
North Shore households will be the first to experience the future when a trial of the region’s planned new organics collection service starts next month.
New Zealand and Australian troops were deployed to attack the Turkish mainland at Gallipoli because they were on the spot.