Top coach Taurua joins Fuller at the Northern Mystics

11 Sep 2014 Netball
The coach behind New Zealand’s sole trans-Tasman league netball premiership is heading to the Northern Mystics next year. Noeline Taurua, who led the Waikato-Bay of Plenty Magic to victory in the 2012 ANZ ... more

Nicol named as Mondiale Auckland Aces captain

11 Sep 2014 Cricket
Rob Nicol will assume the captaincy of the Mondiale Auckland Aces this season. Nicol who has returned to the province after a five year absence says he is keen to start training with the Aces and honoured to be... more

Trans-Tasman partnership in BNT NZ SuperTourers

10 Sep 2014 Motor Sport
Mitch Cunningham has joined the growing list of BNT NZ SuperTourers racers who have picked Australian V8 Supercar drivers to join them for the three endurance races. The Aucklander, a former Toyota Racing ... more

America's Cup: 'Stay positive' says Spithill to Barker in London

10 Sep 2014 Sailing
It is almost exactly a year ago that Oracle won the America's Cup, but time hasn't healed the rift between rivals Jimmy Spithill and Dean Barker. The two were seated next to each other at a press conference to... more

All Blacks and Manu Samoa to play historic Apia Test

9 Sep 2014 Rugby
The All Blacks will play Manu Samoa in Apia on Wednesday 8 July next year as part of both teams’ preparations for Rugby World Cup 2015. New Zealand Rugby and the Samoa Rugby Union today confirmed details... more

New Zealand Samoans gearing up for game

9 Sep 2014 Sport
New Zealand Government Hon Peseta Sam Lotu-IigaMinister of Pacific Island Affairs 9 September 2014 Media StatementNew Zealand Samoans gearing up for gamePacific Island Affairs Minister Peseta Sam... more

Kiwis get chance to be part of the team at U-20 World Cup

9 Sep 2014 Football
FIFA U-20 World Cup 2015 Kiwis get chance to be part of the New Zealand team at FIFA U-20 World Cup 2015 The FIFA U-20 World Cup, world football’s second largest tournament, is to be held in New Zealand... more

Past And Future Silver Ferns at AIMS Games

9 Sep 2014 Netball
With her tall figure giving her a clear view, former Silver Ferns shooter Irene van Dyk could see the future of her sport etched bright and bold. Like some sort of netballing Pied Piper, van Dyk was inundated... more

Everyone Wants to Win This Marathon Race

9 Sep 2014 Cycling
SEPTEMBER 9, 2014: If there is one piece of silverware that is coveted most by the Kiwi dirt bike fraternity, it is probably the trophy for winning outright at the big annual Suzuki Six-Hour Dirt Bike ... more

First wave of Kiwis squad announced

9 Sep 2014 Rugby League
Eleven potential debutants have been named in the NZ Kiwis train-on squad for next month’s Four Nations tournament in New Zealand and Australia. The first round of candidates also includes 10 Vodafone... more

Secure your tickets to Dick Smith NRL Auckland Nines

9 Sep 2014 Sport
NRL Auckland Nines DICK SMITH NRL AUCKLAND NINESSat 31 January and Sun 1 February, 2015This is your first chance to secure tickets to the Dick Smith NRL Auckland Nines 2015!Travel packages are exclusively on... more

Nicholson three-peat creates Burghley history

8 Sep 2014 Equestrian By Duncan Johnstone
New Zealand equestrian star Andrew Nicholson held his nerve over the showjumping phase to claim a historic third consecutive Burghley Horse Trials over the weekend. Jock Paget completed a Kiwi quinella when he... more

Kiwi Quinella at Burghley as Nicholson Makes History

8 Sep 2014 Sport
Black Balloon Kiwi Quinella at Burghley as Nicholson Makes HistoryIt's Kiwis one and two at the Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials CCI4* in the UK today, with Andrew Nicholson creating history as the first rider... more

SPAIN 2014: Lithuania edge Tall Blacks, Preldzic saves Turkey; Brazil and Serbia cruise

8 Sep 2014 Basketball
BARCELONA/MADRID (FIBA Basketball World Cup) - Another day, another two dramatic finishes at the FIBA Basketball World Cup in Spain.While Serbia and Brazil were convincing winners in Madrid over Greece and... more

< | 1 | 2 | 3 | 4 | 5 | 6 | 7 | 8 | 9 | 10 | >


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


NZ dollar drops after weak Australian retail sales

1 Oct 2014 Business News By Suze Metherell
  NZ dollar drops as weak Australian retail sales sap demand for trans-Tasman currencies Oct. 1 (BusinessDesk) - The New Zealand... more

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


Three first places at the national Young Designer Awards

1 Oct 2014 Arts
ACG Strathallan   By Kennedy Anderson from ACG Strathallan, winner of Photography section, Young... more

Sargeson Lecture to Feature Award-Winning Novelist

1 Oct 2014 Arts
For those who have friends and family living in Hamilton, this might be of interest. Taking an imaginary place and making it seem... more


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


UK Government: 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 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


Historic 1972 BRM Formula One car to race in New Zealand

1 Oct 2014 Motor Sport
NZFMR Historic 1972 BRM Formula One car to race in New Zealand An historic Formula One racing car with a strong connection to a New... more

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


Gordon Campbell on the last rites for the TPP

1 Oct 2014 Opinion By Gordon Campbell
The Trans Pacific Partnership trade deal is one of those litmus issues that has always had more to do with one’s place on the... more

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

Kiwi Success

UCOL Chief Executive Appointment

1 Oct 2014 Appointments
UCOL Chief Executive Appointment Leeza Boyce has been appointed as UCOL’s new Chief Executive to succeed Paul McElroy upon ... more

Business leader honoured

1 Oct 2014 Appointments
One of New Zealand’s leading businessmen is to receive the University of Waikato’s most prestigious award of Honorary... more


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