News

Martin Doyle Cartoon: Only so much you can take

3 Sep 2014 News
Opinion - New Zealand Government Martin Doyle Cartoon: Only so much you can takemore

Voting opens and no fiscals from National

3 Sep 2014 News
New Zealand Labour Party DavidPARKERDeputy LeaderSpokesperson for Finance 3 September 2014 MEDIA STATEMENT Voting opens and no fiscals from NationalVoting in the election... more

Cricket World Cup visa period announced

3 Sep 2014 News
New Zealand Government Hon Michael WoodhouseMinister of Immigration 3 September 2014 Media Statement Cricket World Cup visa period announcedImmigration Minister Michael Woodhouse has announced a 10-week... more

A fair deal for all seniors

3 Sep 2014 News
New Zealand Independent Coalition NEW ZEALAND INDEPENDENT COALITION MEDIA RELEASEA fair deal for all seniors“NZ Independent Coalition is advocating for superannuitants with an overseas pension, earned from... more

National’s water announcement is election band-aid

3 Sep 2014 News
Green Party 3 September 2014National’s water announcement is election band-aid"National’s water announcement is an election band-aid on a gaping wound because it doesn’t address the main cause of water... more

Govt contributes $2m to rebuilt Stadium Southland

3 Sep 2014 News
New Zealand Government Rt Hon John KeyPrime Minister 3 September 2014 Media Statement Govt contributes $2m to rebuilt Stadium SouthlandPrime Minister John Key today announced the Government will... more

Labour will make renting a better option

3 Sep 2014 News
New Zealand Labour Party Phil TWYFORDHousing Spokesperson 3 September 2014 MEDIA STATEMENTLabour will make renting a better optionLabour will provide greater... more

New service will improve intestinal failure care

3 Sep 2014 News
New Zealand Government Hon Tony RyallMinister of Health 3 September 2014 Media Statement New service will improve intestinal failure careHealth Minister Tony Ryall has announced a new National... more

Poverty worries Green supporters, Maori worry Conservatives

3 Sep 2014 News
Article - NZ Election Data Consortium Poverty worries Green supporters, benefits to Maori worry ConservativesGreen voters are more worried about economic issues than National supporters, with poverty and wealth... more

New Zealand First is just too expensive

3 Sep 2014 News
ACT New Zealand Media Release3 September 2014ACT Leader Dr Jamie WhyteNew Zealand First is just too expensive“The independent Taxpayers Union now estimates that Winston Peters has made more spending promises... more

Students Set to Impact on Election 2014

3 Sep 2014 News
New Zealand Union of Students' Associations FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASEStudents Set to Impact on Election 201402 September 2014Press release: New Zealand Union of Students’ AssociationsIn wake of the outrage that... more

Adequate family incomes essential to reduce child poverty

3 Sep 2014 News
Child Poverty Action Group 2 September 2014: News from CPAGAdequate family incomes essential to reduce child poverty Child Poverty Action Group says making sure families have enough money to care for their... more

Allied Workforce & WelTec partner up for student success

3 Sep 2014 News
Weltec ALLIED WORKFORCE AND WELTEC PARTNER UP FOR STUDENT SUCCESS3 September 2014- The Top Carpentry Student at WelTec will be awarded a $5000 scholarship this year in an effort to ensure skilled tradespeople... more

Top achievement award: PhD student Mark Will

3 Sep 2014 News
Waikato University MEDIA RELEASE3 September 2014Top achievement award for PhD student Mark WillProcessing encrypted data securely in the Cloud is the subject of Mark Will’s PhD, and a scholarship recognising... more

New Science Challenge to build a better NZ

3 Sep 2014 News
New Zealand Government New Science Challenge to build a better NZThe Government has announced a new initiative to develop better housing and urban environments as part of its programme of National Science... more

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News

Maori Battalion’s legacy to be preserved

2 Sep 2014 News
New Zealand Government Hekia Parata 2 SEPTEMBER, 2014 Maori Battalion’s legacy to be preserved The history of the legendary... more

Funding for Northland, Auckland, Waikato freshwater project

2 Sep 2014 News
New Zealand Government Amy Adams 2 SEPTEMBER, 2014 Govt funding for Northland, Auckland, Waikato freshwater project Environment ... more

Business

SFO charges MightyRiverPower engineer with $2 mln fraud

2 Sep 2014 Business News
Article - BusinessDesk   SFO charges MightyRiverPower engineer with $2 mln fraud By Paul McBeth Sept. 2 (BusinessDesk) - The ... more

NZ terms of trade sets new 40-year high in 2nd quarter

1 Sep 2014 Business News By Suze Metherell
Article - BusinessDesk   NZ terms of trade sets new 40-year high as cheaper imports offset falling exports Sept. 1... more

Living

Crowdfunding sought for Lee Tamahori to make second NZ film

2 Sep 2014 Lifestyle
The Patriarch PRESS RELEASE: Crowdfunding sought for Lee Tamahori to return home and make second New Zealand film 2 SEPTEMBER... more

‘Best trumpet player in the galaxy’ returns

1 Sep 2014 Lifestyle
NZ Symphony Orchestra 1 September 2014 - NZSO Media Release for immediate release The ‘best trumpet player in the ... more

Property

House sales down as winter cools market - REINZ

14 Aug 2014 Property
New Zealand house sales fell in July as winter cooled the appetite of house hunters while a drop in properties selling for $400,000... more

NZ property values rise at slowest annual pace in 13 months

7 Aug 2014 Property By Paul McBeth
Aug. 7 (BusinessDesk) - New Zealand property values rose at the slowest annual pace in 13 months in July as rising interest rates,... more

Migration

Who's living next door to you?

20 Aug 2014 Migration
Statistics NZ puts out detailed data on different ethnic groups, down to the 108 people from the Isle of Man. Did you know there are... more

NZ population growth speeds up

14 Aug 2014 Migration
New Zealand's climb to 4.5 million people has been faster in the past year than it has in any other year in the past decade,... more

Travel

Jetstar loses ground in NZ as Qantas plunges to A$2.84B loss

28 Aug 2014 Travel & Tourism By Paul McBeth
Aug. 28 (BusinessDesk) - Jetstar, the discount unit of Australian airline Qantas Airways, lost ground in New Zealand, while claiming... more

Auckland 10th most liveable city - again

19 Aug 2014 Travel & Tourism
Auckland has again been ranked the tenth most liveable city in the world. The Economist Intelligence Unit (EIU) has released its... more

Sport

Vaulting and Showjumping take Centre Stage at WEG

2 Sep 2014 Sport
Equestrian Sports New Zealand Vaulting and Showjumping take Centre Stage at WEG New Zealand representatives in vaulting and... more

Haier Pulse to Begin 2015 With Toughest Trip of All

2 Sep 2014 Netball
The Haier Pulse will once again face the reigning champions in the first round of the ANZ Championship, with a trip to Melbourne to... more

Columns

Martin Doyle cartoon: Wrong arm of the law

2 Sep 2014 Opinion
Opinion - Martin Doyle   Martin Doyle cartoon: Wrong arm of the law   more

Gordon Campbell on John Key’s ‘blame it on Judith’ strategy

1 Sep 2014 Opinion By Gordon Campbell
  Gordon Campbell on John Key’s ‘blame it on Judith’ strategy Right now, Prime Minister John Key seems intent... more

Kiwi Success

The duo behind NZ's hottest new label

20 Aug 2014 People
We're expecting big things from Harman Grubisa, the new label from Auckland-based friends Madeleine Harman (right) and Jessica... more

Victoria announces new strategic appointments

11 Aug 2014 Appointments
Victoria University of Wellington has announced the appointment of New Zealand’s first Provost, Professor Neil... more

Recruitment

High dollar, hands-off Govt sends workers to dole queue

22 Aug 2014 Recruitment
The loss of up to 100 jobs at Croxley stationery in Auckland is devastating news for their families and the local Avondale... more

On track to surplus, more jobs, higher incomes

19 Aug 2014 Recruitment
New Zealand is on track to Budget surplus this year, backed by good growth, more jobs and higher incomes under the ... more