Rally driver Michael Young will be racing for a podium in his Cusco EZY Racing Subaru at this weekend’s International Rally of Queensland, the second round of the Asia Pacific Rally Championship (APRC), based around Australia’s Sunshine Coast.
He’s not a Godzone golfer but the following could be described as a word of warning to any Kiwis who find themselves being interviewed in the US. Or by the US golfing media.
Say very, very little which could in any, even very small way, be construed as anti-American.
On Friday, 1 October, CTC Aviation Group plc (CTC) took delivery of three new aircraft at its Crew Training Centre in Hamilton, New Zealand.
On July 4th the MasterCard All Blacks Roadshow rolled into Taihape where thousands of Kiwis turned up at the War Memorial Park to watch the All Blacks test their skills in the gumboot capital of the world.
The 2016 Emirates Melbourne Cup Tour officially broke out of the barriers today with the Victoria Racing Club (VRC) announcing that Auckland, Palmerston North and Hawkes Bay have been selected to host the iconic 18-carat gold trophy in July.
Montana WOW World of WearableArt Awards Show, TSB Arena, Wellington, New Zealand, Thursday, September 24, 2009.
Land Information New Zealand Chief Executive Peter Mersi has dismissed media speculation about the ongoing management of the Overseas Investment Office.
A Royal New Zealand Air Force (RNZAF) P-3K2 Orion aircraft has come to the aid of a distressed yacht that had been battered by heavy swells about 730 kilometres north of Auckland.
Football Ferns coach Tony Readings will name his squad for the Rio Olympics at the end of the month and many of the contenders have their final chance to press their claims tomorrow in Auckland.
New Zealand’s Muslim leadership and the New Zealand Human Rights Commission have condemned the violent shooting tragedy in Orlando, Florida.
Health Minister Jonathan Coleman has congratulated the Sing Your Lungs Out Choir as the winner of the 2016 Minister of Health Volunteer Awards.
By Bala Tikkisetty
Having enough nitrogen in farming systems is essential. But having too much of it or not managing it wisely can have significant environmental consequences.
New Zealand’s co-operative business sector is better known overseas than in this country but that is set to change with two leading universities joining forces to conduct the first research study into the economic contribution of Kiwi co-ops.
Minister Responsible for the Earthquake Commission Gerry Brownlee has announced one new appointment and two reappointments to the Board of the Earthquake Commission (EQC).
The government needs to step in and ensure all Kiwis can view the All Blacks on free-to-view television, especially when they are playing in New Zealand, says New Zealand First.
We didn’t see the Russians there in Fiji’s time of need Defence Minister Gerry Brownlee told TV One’s Q+A programme.
Mountain Safety Council is disappointed that misinformation has spread in the media during the review process leading towards a new national firearms safety training model.
Chief Executive Mike Daisley is keen to clear up a few details for the public.
New Zealander Paul Coll has taken out the Fitzherbert Rowe Lawyers New Zealand International Squash Classic at SquashGym this afternoon in emphatic style.
Students, staff and alumni of the University of Auckland have sent a strong message to the University Council to vote to support divestment from fossil fuels at a rally today.
Havelock North High School’s Young Enterprise group SWA Products have entered the highly competitive sauce category with a spicy take on the classic New Zealand tomato sauce.