Sport

Meat Worker Warren Parry Headlines Darts Stellar Lineup

22 May 2015 Sport
Fresh from his defeat of the world number one in Sydney last year, Warren Parry returns to the oche to take on New Zealand’s best dart players at the SKYCITY in July. Waza will down his meat cleaver in... more

Critical Moments Will Count For Mojo Pulse

22 May 2015 Netball
Assistant Coach Frances Solia is hoping for a repeat result when the Mojo Pulse come up against the Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic in Hamilton this Monday. The two teams last met in round five at home, in front of... more

International Cricket: From the Black Cap Coach's desk: England tour week 2

21 May 2015 Cricket
It’s finally here. We are on the day of the first Test at Lord’s, and there is huge excitement and anticipation in the BLACKCAPS squad leading into this Investec Test Series against England.It has been... more

Christchurch Airport Marathon

20 May 2015 Sport
MDJ Media Christchurch Airport MarathonLiza Hunter-Galvan returns home to New Zealand next weekend, chasing a record fifth consecutive win at the Christchurch Airport Marathon.Organisers are expected around... more

New Zealand’s best dart players target Auckland

19 May 2015 Sport
New Zealand’s best players target Auckland for SKYCITY Super League Darts For those readers with friend or family in Auckland, this might be of interest. Radio Hauraki and Radio Sport are proud to present... more

Rugby League: Auckland Vulcans U/21 squad named for South Island tour

19 May 2015 Sport
The Rugby League Development Foundation has today named an 18-man Auckland Vulcans U/21 squad to tour the South Island over Queen's Birthday Weekend. The team will play matches against the West Coast on... more

Whibley Races Away with Cross-Country Title

18 May 2015 Sport
MAY 18, 2015: Pahiatua’s Paul Whibley made it look easier than it was as he raced to title victory at the New Zealand Cross-country Championships at the weekend. The 36-year-old former Manawatu forestry... more

Drug Free Sport NZ officially recognises ban on Karl Murray

18 May 2015 Cycling
Drug Free Sport NZ has formally recognised a ban handed down to New Zealand cyclist Karl Murray for doping offences in New Caledonia. Mr Murray was banned from all sport for two years in April 2014 by the New... more

Mojo Pulse (55) drew with Ascot Park Southern Steel (55)

18 May 2015 Netball
Official Result: Mojo Pulse (55) drew with Ascot Park Hotel Southern Steel (55) The Ascot Park Hotel Southern Steel produced another show stopper when clinching a goal in the dying seconds to claim a 55-all... more

Hewitt up to Third in World Rankings

18 May 2015 Sport
Andrea Hewitt posted a solid 8th place on a tough day at the office for the Kiwi number one ranked triathlete, coming home top-ten at the latest round of the ITU World Triathlon Series in Yokohama, Japan today... more

NZ win 7s Plate, Fiji win the World Series – and USA take the Cup in historical day at Twickenham

17 May 2015 Rugby By Charlotte Everett
Day two can only be described as an “out of this world” day at London’s Galactic Sevens, with unpredictable performances and results from most matches. After a disappointing knockout in this... more

Devastation for New Zealand as they are knocked out by England in London Sevens quarter finals

17 May 2015 Rugby By Charlotte Everett
New Zealand have been knocked out on the morning of the second day of the Marriott London Sevens in a quarter final against England. England were off to a flying start with a try four minutes in from Warwick... more

Day one of London Sevens: New Zealand to face England in quarter finals of World Series ender

16 May 2015 Rugby By Charlotte Everett
The sun was out for the first day of the Marriott London Sevens – with the Galactic-themed party atmosphere building throughout the day. Day one sold out well in advance, bringing the biggest single-day... more

FIFA U20 World Cup: Football reaches Fever Pitch at Queens Wharf

15 May 2015 Football
For those readers with football crazy family and friends in New Zealand, Auckland will be the place to be later this month. Queens Wharf will be the site of Auckland’s Fever Pitch, a fan hub and football... more

International Netball: Silver Ferns to Face Fiji and South Africa in July

15 May 2015 Netball
The Silver Ferns will finalise their preparations for Netball World Cup 2015 (NWC2015) on home soil when they face Fiji and South Africa in the New World Netball Series in July. Playing for the Taini Jamison... more

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News

Archives New Zealand to rebuild Christchurch facility

22 May 2015 News
22 May 2015 The Budget confirms $6.1 million in operating funding over the next four years and $13 million of capital funding from... more

Budget 2015: At a Glance

21 May 2015 News
21 May 2015 Budget 2015 delivers careful management of public spending, hand in hand with investment in public services. (All... more

Business

NZ consumer confidence slips in May

22 May 2015 Business News By Tina Morrison
May 22 (BusinessDesk) - New Zealand consumer confidence slipped in May as sentiment about current and future conditions eased. The... more

Consumer NZ vs Qantas

20 May 2015 Business News
Article - BusinessDesk   Consumer NZ ramps up campaign to get Qantas's Jetstar to drop pre-ticked booking forms May 20... more

Living

Britain remembers the ANZACs - 100 years on

25 Apr 2015 ANZAC By Charlotte Everett
100 years after allied forces landed in Gallipoli, 25 April – ANZAC Day – has been commemorated in the UK officially for... more

A Kiwi's guide to ANZAC in Europe - our list of events across the UK, Ireland and beyond

24 Apr 2015 ANZAC By Charlotte Everett
Tomorrow marks the 100th ANZAC Day, and if you are a Kiwi or Aussie far from home there are plenty of events on to enable you both to... more

Property

New guidance on home construction

22 May 2015 Property
Building and Housing Minister Dr Nick Smith today released at the Certified Builders’ Association conference in Christchurch... more

Goodman Property lifts FY earnings 5.4% on revenue growth

20 May 2015 Property By Paul McBeth
  Goodman Property lifts FY earnings 5.4% on revenue growth, cost clamp down May 20 (BusinessDesk) - Goodman Property Trust,... more

Migration

Migrant exploitation Bill passed

30 Apr 2015 Migration
The Immigration Amendment Bill (No 2) which cracks down on employers who exploit migrant workers passed its final reading in... more

NZ migration hits new annual record in March

23 Apr 2015 Migration By Tina Morrison
April 23 (BusinessDesk) - New Zealand migration hit a new annual record in March, as more students arrived from India and China and... more

Travel

Two new tourism projects to receive funding

20 May 2015 NZ Tourism
  Prime Minister and Tourism Minister John Key has today announced the Government is investing in two new tourism projects in... more

Chinese tourists to NZ turning off package tours

19 May 2015 NZ Tourism By Anna Lu
May 19 (BusinessDesk) - China’s tourism market, which is officially expected to be worth over $2.6 billion to New Zealand by... more

Sport

BLACKCAPS tour of England: First Test at Lord's Cricket Ground

22 May 2015 Cricket
First innings at stumps on Day One: England 354-7 in 90 overs (Root 98, Stokes 92, Buttler 67, Ali 49*; Henry 3-93 on Test debut) DAY... more

Critical Moments Will Count For Mojo Pulse

22 May 2015 Netball
Assistant Coach Frances Solia is hoping for a repeat result when the Mojo Pulse come up against the Waikato Bay of Plenty Magic in... more

Columns

Gordon Campbell on Budget 2015

22 May 2015 Opinion By Gordon Campbell
From the outset, the slogan for yesterday’s Budget - “The Plan Is Working” – begged to be mocked.... more

Gordon Campbell Key’s abuse of secrecy over Iraq & The TPP

30 Apr 2015 Opinion By Gordon Campbell
  For the past week or so we’ve been hearing a lot about the child-like side of our Prime Minister. So I guess we... more

Kiwi Success

New High Commissioner to Tonga

15 May 2015 Appointments
Foreign Minister Murray McCully has today announced diplomat Sarah Walsh as New Zealand’s new High Commissioner to... more

IkeGPS's CEO Milnes and CTO Toorenburg move to US

15 May 2015 People By Suze Metherell
  IkeGPS's CEO Milnes and CTO Toorenburg move to US to chase growth May 15 (BusinessDesk) - IkeGPS, the remote measurement... more

Recruitment

NZ's growing ICT sector drives more diverse economy: Joyce

15 May 2015 State of the Market Report By Paul McBeth
  NZ's growing ICT sector drives rapid economic diversification, Joyce says May 15 (BusinessDesk) - New Zealand's information... more

5,500 more doctors and nurses in our hospitals

15 May 2015 Recruitment
  Health Minister Jonathan Coleman says a record number of doctors and nurses are working in District Health Boards across the... more