Sport

America’s Cup court ruling vindicates process

26 Sep 2018 Sailing By Hon David Parker
25 SEPTEMBER 2018 The Environment Court has today granted the resource consent for the 36th America's Cup bases in Auckland and the associated infrastructure and activities.

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Humble Stephen Kearney praises Warriors staff ahead of finals appearance: 'It's not down to one person'

3 Sep 2018 Rugby League
Warriors coach Stephen Kearney paid tribute to the club's unsung heroes ahead of their first taste of NRL finals football since 2011. Finishing inside the NRL's top eigh... more

All Blacks expect rejuvenated Argentina

3 Sep 2018 Rugby By LYNN MCCONNELL
2 Sept 2018 Argentina's pace and size would be a good test for the All Blacks when they meet in Saturday's third Investec Rugby Championship Test to be played in... more

PREVIEW: All Blacks v Australia second Test

25 Aug 2018 Rugby By Andy Burt
24 AUG 2018 The All Blacks have the chance to wrap up the Bledisloe Cup and extend their unbeaten streak at Eden Park to 42 Tests when they take on the Wallabies on Saturday night. Matches played: 162All Blacks... more

Black Ferns retain Laurie O'Reilly Trophy beating Australia

25 Aug 2018 Rugby By LYNN MCCONNELL
25 AUG 2018  Securing their forward dominance, the Black Ferns were able to unleash their backline skills with effect to complete successive wins over Australia when securing the Laurie O'Reilly Memorial... more

'Beautiful to watch, a joy to play in'- Jeremy Guscott

22 Aug 2018 Rugby
20 AUG 2018  Former British & Irish Lion and England second five-eighths Jeremy Guscott said the All Blacks were playing 'a beautiful game to watch that must be a joy to play in'. Writing in The Rugby... more

Black Ferns seek polish at EdenPark

22 Aug 2018 Rugby By LYNN MCCONNELL
22 AUG 2018  Knowing Australia will have been working on a counter to their effective lineout maul, the Black Ferns have looked to improve areas they were not happy with ahead of the second Laurie O'Reilly... more

All Blacks brace for Wallabies' response

22 Aug 2018 Rugby By LYNN MCCONNELL
AllBlacksbraceforWallabies'response 22 AUG 2018  Improving their set piece results and applying more heat at the ball carry in order to have a crack at the ruck was where All Blacks lock Brodie Retallick was... more

Silver Ferns - the women in charge

30 Apr 2018 Netball
30 April 2018 As speculation continues as to what NZ Netball will do following a disappointing Commonwealth Games 2018 campaign, we want to remind you about the women who have shaped New Zealand's national netball... more

French win over England timely for All Blacks

13 Mar 2018 Rugby By Lynn McConnell
  12 March 2018 France's upset victory over England in the Six Nations at the weekend was the perfect result for the All Blacks' management as they prepare for the June series against France.

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Winter Olympics: NZ Triples Medal Count in Single Day

22 Feb 2018 Sport
New Zealand has tripled its Olympic Winter Games medal count in a single stunning afternoon at PyeongChang 2018. Zoi Sadowski-Synnott’s bronze medal has been followed up by b... more

Zoi Sadowski-Synnott Wins Bronze At Winter Olympics

22 Feb 2018 Sport
Zoi Sadowski-Synnott Wins Bronze At Winter Olympics The New Zealand Olympic Committee congratulates Zoi Sadowski-Synnott on becoming New Zealand’s first Olympic Winter Games medallist in 2... more

Close call for Finn Bilous in freeski slopestyle qualifiers

19 Feb 2018 Sport
18 Feb 2018 Finn Bilous’ day went from elation to devastation in the space of minutes as the 18-year-old freeskier dropped f... more

Day 9 at the Games: Men's Giant Slalom and Team Pursuit Update

17 Feb 2018 Sport
17 Feb 2018 Adam Barwood finished 34th and Willis Feasey 36th in the men’s Giant Slalom in PyeongChang today. Adam was 40th after run one and Willis 42nd and both improved... more

Umaga pleased in Brisbane but not carried away

11 Feb 2018 Rugby By Lynn McConnell
UmagapleasedinBrisbanebutnotcar... more

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News

New Zealand increases climate finance commitment to Pacific

25 Sep 2018 Environment By RT HON JACINDA ARDERN
25 SEPTEMBER 2018 New Zealand increases climate finance commitment to Pacific New Zealand will increase its global climate finance... more

New powers to combat drug smuggling at sea

26 Sep 2018 News By Hon Kris Faafoi
26 SEPTEMBER 2018 Minister of Customs Hon Kris Faafoi has welcomed the passing of the Maritime Powers Extension Bill which will help... more

Business

Multinationals to pay fair share of tax

26 Jun 2018 Business News
26 JUNE 2018 HON STUART NASH New measures to ensure multinational companies pay their fair share of tax will come into force next... more

NZ Government launches Sustainable Food & Fibre Futures

22 Aug 2018 Business News By Hon Damien O'Connor
21 AUGUST 2018 Growing New Zealand's food and fibre sectors sustainably and supporting a thriving economy are the hallmarks of a new... more

Living

REVIEW: Modern Maori Quartet's "Two Worlds" at Edinburgh Festival

20 Aug 2018 Arts By Justine Redfearn
The Modern Maori Quartet are back at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival with their new show “Two Worlds” - harmonising... more

INTERVIEW: NZ's Delaney Davidson back in London

20 Aug 2018 Entertainment By Charlotte Everett
Following his sold out show in May at London's Servant Jazz Quarters, Delaney Davidson will be back next month -... more

Property

More certainty in construction sector smooths boom and bust cycle

22 Aug 2018 Property
30 JULY 2018More certainty in construction sector smooths boom and bust cycle HON JENNY SALESA The 2018 National Construction Pipeline... more

NZ Property: Foreign buyers ban passes third reading

15 Aug 2018 Property
15 AUGUST 2018 HON DAVID PARKER The Bill to put in place the Government's policy of banning overseas buyers of existing homes has... more

Migration

Christchurch reinstated as refugee settlement location

18 Aug 2018 Migration
18 AUGUST 2018 HON IAIN LEES-GALLOWAY The announcement that Christchurch can once again be a settlement location for refugees... more

Post-study work rights emphasise skills NZ needs

8 Aug 2018 Migration
8 AUGUST 2018 HON IAIN LEES-GALLOWAY Changes to post-study work rights will help ensure international students coming to New Zealand... more

Travel

Arrival card change to smooth border process for international travellers to NZ

26 Sep 2018 Travel & Tourism By Hon Kris Faafoi
25 SEPTEMBER 2018 International travellers arriving into New Zealand should have a simpler, faster entry as a result of changes to... more

NZ Government to fully fund Auckand's SkyPath as part of $390m investment in walking and cycling

25 Aug 2018 Travel & Tourism
23 AUGUST 2018 HON PHIL TWYFORD HON JAMES SHAW Transport Minister Phil Twyford and Acting Associate Transport Minister James Shaw have... more

Sport

America’s Cup court ruling vindicates process

26 Sep 2018 Sailing By Hon David Parker
25 SEPTEMBER 2018 The Environment Court has today granted the resource consent for the 36th America's Cup bases in Auckland and the... more

Humble Stephen Kearney praises Warriors staff ahead of finals appearance: 'It's not down to one person'

3 Sep 2018 Rugby League
Warriors coach Stephen Kearney paid tribute to the club's unsung heroes ahead of their first taste of NRL finals football since... more

Columns

Gordon Campbell on the Gareth Morgan crusade

11 Nov 2016 Opinion
Gordon Campbell on the Gareth Morgan crusade First published on Werewolf The ghastly likes of Marine Le Pen in France and Geert ... more

Gordon Campbell on the US election outcome

10 Nov 2016 Opinion
Column - Gordon Campbell   Gordon Campbell on the US election outcome Well um.. on the bright side, there (probably)... more

Kiwi Success

Congratulations to Loder Cup winner

26 Sep 2018 People By Hon Eugenie Sage
25 SEPTEMBER 2018 The Loder Cup, one of New Zealand’s oldest conservation awards, has been awarded to Robert McGowan for 2018... more

Appointments to New Zealand National Commission for UNESCO

16 Aug 2018 Appointments
16 AUGUST 2018Appointments to New Zealand National Commission for UNESCO HON JENNY SALESA Associate Education Minister Jenny Salesa is... more

Recruitment

Historic pay equity settlement for education support workers

14 Aug 2018 Recruitment By RT HON JACINDA ARDERN
14 AUGUST 2018Historic pay equity settlement for education support workers RT HON JACINDA ARDERN HON CHRIS HIPKINS Prime Minister The... more

Historic pay equity settlement for education support workers

22 Aug 2018 Recruitment By RT HON JACINDA ARDERN
14 AUGUST 2018Historic pay equity settlement for education support workers RT HON JACINDA ARDERN HON CHRIS HIPKINS Prime Minister The... more