A major exhibition of one of New Zealand’s foremost ceramic artists will open at MTG Hawke’s Bay next month.
The newly-repaired Honeyfield Fountain has been reinstalled on the Coastal Walkway.
The fountain was badly damaged with when a stolen car collided with it in April last year, and it has been repaired by a specialist stonemason in Auckland.
A young shearer who leapt from obscure lower class competition to win selection for England at this year’s World Championships is unflustered by his demise in the biggest challenge he could have hoped-for along the way.
New Zealand Rugby is celebrating another Investec Super Rugby centurion after Hurricanes prop Ben Franks became the 30th New Zealand player to mark 100 caps in the competition.
New Zealand woolhandlers Keryn Herbert and Tia Potae tonight exacted a crushing revenge defeat over Australia in the New Zealand leg of a bi-annual woolhandling competition against Australia.
Two keys projects linked to the upgrade of bus and rail services in Auckland south have received $1.6m in funding from the NZ Transport Agency.
It’s quite rare that highly skilled individuals looking to volunteer their time in the community are left short of tasks to do. Usually this type of worker is quickly snapped up.
Hawke’s Bay’s public is rallying behind lobby group Put Patients First to keep holding the District Health Board to account.
One person is dead and another seriously injured following a crash in Sanson this afternoon.
Emergency services were called to State Highway 1 south of Sanson just after 4.00pm this afternoon following the crash between a car and a four wheel drive vehicle.
The Golden Shears senior shearing championship is set for a tense finish tomorrow with all the top contenders having qualified for the morning’s semi-final.
With public submissions closing on the draft Unitary Plan, Auckland Mayor Len Brown has been rolled by a majority of councillors over his insistence that key Council-Controlled Organisations Auckland Transport and Watercare not be allowed to independently submit on the draft Unitary Plan, particu
Independent MP Brendan Horan is calling for urgent action to improve cycle safety on New Zealand roads.
Waikato people need the ability to drive funding for activities and events in their communities whatever the shape of the region’s councils in the future.
Child Poverty Action Group says new figures from Statistics New Zealand and Treasury show the impact of the global financial crisis has been much more severe for poor children than previously believed.
Highly experienced resource management expert Bill Wasley has been appointed interim chair of the Collaborative Stakeholder Group (CSG) established to address water quality issues in the Waikato and Waipa rivers.
The New Zealand junior squad commences racing today in Sydney at the ICF Oceania Canoe Sprint Champs to contest the U18 division, along with independent Tim Waller from Bay of Plenty and Open Para paddler Scott Martlew with Coach Leigh Barker.
Swimming New Zealand will up their profile with April’s State New Zealand Open Championships to be broadcast live.
Vodafone New Zealand has attracted more than 300,000 Kiwis onto its 4G-enabled plans since launching the country’s first superfast mobile broadband service - one year ago today.
This Saturday, 100 Bruces will converge on Ellerslie Race Course, Auckland for the 'Running of the Bruces' to welcome rock legend, Bruce Springsteen to the country.
Social media sites such as twitter and new technology that allows face-to-face communication over the web has been a major boon to people with communication difficulties, says visiting speech-language pathologist Dr Caroline Bowen.