News

UCOL Chief Executive Appointment

1 Oct 2014 News
UCOL Media ReleaseWednesday, 1 October 2014UCOL Chief Executive AppointmentLeeza Boyce has been appointed as UCOL’s new Chief Executive to succeed Paul McElroy upon his retirement in December. UCOL Chair,... more

Three first places at the national Young Designer Awards

1 Oct 2014 News
ACG Strathallan By Kennedy Anderson from ACG Strathallan, winner of Photography section, Young Designers AwardsMEDIA RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE USEACG Strathallan scoops three first place... more

The Threats to David Cameron’s Tories

1 Oct 2014 News
Article - Binoy Kampmark Sleaze and Defection: The Threats to David Cameron’s ToriesBy Binoy Kampmark 1 October 2014Continental people have sex lives: the English have hot water bottles.George Mikes, How to be... more

Narratives from the 2014 Election: What do we learn?

1 Oct 2014 News
New Zealand Fabian Society Narratives from the 2014 Election: What do we learn? - Sue Bradford, Russell Brown & Kirk Serpes discuss.A Fabian reflection on Dirty Politics, Dotcom and Labour’s worst result.... more

Ebola unlikely in New Zealand, but we’re ready

1 Oct 2014 News
New Zealand Government Hon Jo GoodhewAssociate Minister of Health 1 October 2014 Media Statement Ebola unlikely in New Zealand, but we’re readyAssociate Health Minister Jo Goodhew says New... more

Bold new building for Engineering and Architectural Studies

1 Oct 2014 News
CPIT Under embargo to 1pm, 1 October 2015Bold new building will attract attention to Engineering and Architectural Studies at CPITCPIT’s new Engineering and... more

Mixed massages raise concerns

1 Oct 2014 News
Bryce Smith Mixed massages raise concerns for Te Taumata Kaumatua Ngapuhi nui tonu, and Te Wakaminenga O nga Hapu Ngapuhi.At the conclusion of the Waitangi Tribunal Whangaroa Tai Whenua hearing week recently,... more

Sargeson Lecture to Feature Award-Winning Novelist

1 Oct 2014 News
University of Waikato 01 October 2014 Sargeson Lecture to Feature Award-Winning Novelist Taking an imaginary place and making it seem real is something which novelist and short-story writer Catherine Chidgey... more

Gordon Campbell on the last rites for the TPP

1 Oct 2014 News
Column - Gordon Campbell Gordon Campbell on the last rites for the TPPThe Trans Pacific Partnership trade deal is one of those litmus issues that has always had more to do with one’s place on the political... more

Narratives from the 2014 Election: what do we learn?

1 Oct 2014 News
New Zealand Fabian Society Narratives from the 2014 Election: what do we learn?I would like to invite you to a Fabians Reflection on "Dirty Politics, Dotcom and Labour’s worst result" with Colin James, Keith... more

Business leader honoured

1 Oct 2014 News
Waikato University 1 October, 2014Business leader honouredOne of New Zealand’s leading businessmen is to receive the University of Waikato’s most prestigious award of Honorary Doctorate.Sir Dryden Thomas... more

Commission Opening Of Parliament For October 20

30 Sep 2014 Politics
The Commission Opening of Parliament has been confirmed for October 20 with the State Opening to take place the next day. The 51st Parliament will be proclaimed by the Governor General with Commissioners... more

Body found in London park believed to be missing Kiwi

30 Sep 2014 News
London police believe a body found in a southwest London park is that of missing New Zealand man Malcolm McKinlay. Mr McKinlay, who was originally from New Plymouth, and later lived in Devonport, was last seen at... more

Rutherford Discovery Fellowships awarded

30 Sep 2014 News
New Zealand Government Hon Steven JoyceMinister of Science & Innovation 30 September 2014 Media Statement Rutherford Discovery Fellowships awardedTen of New Zealand’s most talented early to... more

DOC appoints Lincoln Professor as Chief Science Advisor

30 Sep 2014 News
Lincoln University Media Release30 September 2014- for immediate releaseDOC appoints Lincoln Professor as Chief Science AdvisorLincoln University Professor of Environmental Management Ken Hughey has been... more

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News

Body found in London park believed to be missing Kiwi

30 Sep 2014 News
London police believe a body found in a southwest London park is that of missing New Zealand man Malcolm McKinlay. Mr McKinlay, who... more

Uncovering the secrets of NZ's discovery

30 Sep 2014 News
Two scientific papers have shed new light on how Polynesian explorers may have arrived in New Zealand, but the authors have... more

Business

NZ dollar heads for 11% slump in Sept quarter

30 Sep 2014 Business News
By Paul McBeth Sept. 30 (BusinessDesk) - The New Zealand dollar is heading for an 11 percent slump in the September quarter as... more

Derceto purchased by French company

30 Sep 2014 Business News
A technology startup born out of professional services consultancy Beca has taken the next step in its growth. Beca has concluded an... more

Living

Louis Baker covers Prince's 'Purple Rain'

30 Sep 2014 Entertainment
  The intensity of this up close and mesmerizing intimate performance shows why Baker has become renowned for both tear... more

Hang Out With the Julie Lamb Band

30 Sep 2014 Lifestyle
Julie Lamb Celebrate the launch of Julie Lamb’s much anticipated third album, When We Hang Out, with a free live performance... more

Property

NZ building consents flatline in August

30 Sep 2014 Property
By Suze Metherell Sept. 30 (BusinessDesk) - New Zealand building consents held steady in August from a month earlier, underpinned... more

Australia's Quattro in talks to buy NZ properties

30 Sep 2014 Property
By Suze Metherell Sept. 30 (BusinessDesk) - Quattro Asset Management, an Australian fund manager, is in negotiations to buy two... more

Migration

Indefinite Leave to Remain made simple

30 Sep 2014 Migration
There are thousands of expats living in the UK who are aiming for permanent residency status and, eventually, a British passport. But... more

Migration boom rolls on as fewer kiwis depart

30 Sep 2014 Migration
New Zealand's annual net migration rose to a record in August, exceeding Treasury's forecasts, and spurred by more migrant arrivals... more

Travel

Travel tidbits and deals of the week

30 Sep 2014 Travel & Tourism
Some of the best travel deals going - both in New Zealand and abroad. Bookmark this page and check back each week for all the latest ... more

Air NZ's Luxon defends domestic regional air fares

30 Sep 2014 Travel & Tourism
By Paul McBeth Sept. 30 (BusinessDesk) - Air New Zealand chief executive Christopher Luxon has defended its pricing on domestic... more

Sport

New Zealand's Top sporting rich list

30 Sep 2014 Sport
The Herald reveals who they believe are the highest-paid New Zealand sports people and look at how they make a living on and off the ... more

Footballing Giants Real Madrid and AC Milan Kick Off in Dec

30 Sep 2014 Football
Dubai’s Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing (DTCM) and Emirates Airline have announced that the 2014 UEFA Champions... more

Columns

Time to debate proportional representation

30 Sep 2014 Opinion
Article - Sridhar Ekambaram   Time to debate proportional representation By Sridhar Ekambaram30 September 2014 With the... more

Gordon Campbell on the farcical elevation of David Seymour

30 Sep 2014 Column
Column - Gordon Campbell   Gordon Campbell on the farcical elevation of David Seymour With the election won, it's time to find... more

Kiwi Success

Villa Maria medal haul

30 Sep 2014 People
Out of a particularly difficult vintage, Villa Maria's 2012 Hawke's Bay Reserve Syrah, is a shining star. The winery collected nine... more

Open Arms second at Pacifica Beats

30 Sep 2014 People
Months of practice was all over in just nine minutes but Rotorua Boys' High School's nine piece reggae band Open Arms have had the... more

Recruitment

NZ's top pay packet revealed: $4.1m

30 Sep 2014 Recruitment
With a total pay package worth $4.1 million, ANZ New Zealand's David Hisco is the top-paid boss in the Business Herald's executive pay... more

NZ job market expected to strengthen - survey

30 Sep 2014 Recruitment
The job market is expected to strengthen and potential employees are increasingly looking at staying in New Zealand for work instead... more