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1. Egg farm owners get violent during peaceful protest

29 March 2015 9:39pm | Stop Craddock Farms

This morning around 30 animal activists from 'STOP Craddock Farms' confronted egg farmers at Craddock Farms, a cage egg producer in Pukekohe... More >>

2. Te Papa and Weta Workshop open Gallipoli exhibition

17 April 2015 3:22pm | Te Papa

A ground-breaking national exhibition opens at Te Papa on 18 April, to mark the centenary of the First World War. .. More >>

3. 2degrees lights up Auckland Harbour Bridge in World First

13 March 2015 11:49am | 2Degrees

Fusing light, music, mobile and one of Auckland's most recognisable landmarks together - 2degrees launched another Kiwi world first in celebration of the city's 175th anniversary on Thursday evening. .. More >>

4. Unitec to deliver foundation education for Police recruits

17 April 2015 3:48pm | UNITEC

Unitec Institute of Technology is privileged to have been selected to deliver New Zealand Police's distance learning for new Police recruits across the country. .. More >>

5. Pukeahu Park and the Great War Exhibition open this Saturday

15 April 2015 12:13pm | Ministry for Culture and Heritage

Members of the public have the opportunity to be part of New Zealand history this Saturday 18 April with the official opening of Pukeahu National War Memorial Park and Sir Peter Jackson's Great War Exhibition... More >>

6. Historic WW1 Kiwi Military Records Now Available Online

20 April 2011 5:24pm | Ancestry.com.au

Ancestry.com.au releases over 40 million historic military collections, free to search for a limited time this ANZAC Day Weekend .. More >>

7. Air NZ to fly over 650,000 more domestic seats in FY16

17 April 2015 5:18pm | Air New Zealand

Air New Zealand will increase its total domestic capacity by more than 650,000 seats in the coming financial year. .. More >>

8. Public should have been told about dangerous incident

14 April 2015 9:01am | Green Party

13 April 2015 Public should have been told about dangerous deep sea drilling related incident .. More >>

9. TV ONE's Sunday heads to Gloriavale

16 April 2015 12:12pm | TVNZ

This week Sunday returns to an hour timeslot, with a revealing investigation into the secret world of Gloriavale - an isolated religious community on the South Island's west coast... More >>

10. Giant Poppy Art in Auckland Domain for ANZAC Day

03 March 2015 1:27pm | Giant Poppy Project

WORLD'S LARGEST POPPY - AN OPPORTUNITY FOR ALL NEW ZEALANDERS TO HONOUR THOSE WHO PROTECTED DEMOCRACY AND FREEDOM .. More >>

11. Four arrested for importing Class C drug "Alpha PVP"

18 April 2015 10:36am | NZ Police and NZ Customs

Three men and one woman aged between 24-26 years have been arrested and face charges relating to the importation and supply of class C drugs, and have had in excess of $1 million in assets seized, following a joint Police and Customs operation... More >>

12. Decile Funding Review Must Consider Teacher Quality

16 April 2015 2:21pm | The New Zealand Initiative

The New Zealand Initiative has welcomed a review of the controversial decile funding system for schools, reported by the Sunday Star Times last weekend. Minister of Education Hekia Parata announced the government will review how it targets educational resources... More >>

13. Statement From Craddock Farms Limited Re Protest Allegations

29 March 2015 11:55pm | Craddock Farms Limited

"The allegations made by the protesters are laughable, ridiculous and totally untrue. .. More >>

14. Alex van Heeren loses long-running case

17 April 2015 6:29pm | BusinessDesk

April 17 (BusinessDesk) - High-flying businessman Alex van Heeren has been ordered by the High Court at Auckland to pay US$25 million as an interim payment to his former business partner, Michael Kidd, and could be made to pay as much as US$50 million ..... More >>

15. An Investigative News Media Blood Bath |500 Words

15 April 2015 12:12pm | Alastair Thompson

Last week was a bad week for NZ Media. And for much more than just the announced "review" of Campbell Live... More >>

16. New Super Animals munch their way to Countdown

17 April 2015 9:47am | Countdown Supermarket

Friday, 17 April: Hot on the heels of the popular Super Animals collectible craze, Countdown is launching a second round with new Super Animals sound cards to raise more money for the Royal New Zealand SPCA (RNZSPCA). From Saturday 18 April, 72 new ..... More >>

17. NZ dollar could stay above Aussie dollar parity: UBS

17 April 2015 6:12pm | BusinessDesk

NZ dollar could stay above Aussie dollar parity for 'at least a year', UBS says .. More >>

18. Gallipoli: The Scale of Our War - First Look

17 April 2015 1:13pm | Francis Cook

Te Papa today allowed media access to their new exhibition Gallipoli: The Scale of Our War . The exhibition was curated with help from Weta Workshop to deliver an immersive, realistic and even disorienting experience... More >>

19. Singin' in the Rain Official Opening Night in Wellington

18 April 2015 2:28am | Megan Gattey

Singin' in the Rain , the wet and wonderful musical production all the way from London's West End, officially opened at St. James Theatre in Wellington last night. .. More >>

20. iPredict New Zealand Weekly Economic & Political Update

17 April 2015 3:38pm | iPredict

TV3's Campbell Live appears doomed, with a 77% probability it will be cancelled before 1 January 2016 , according to the combined wisdom of the 8000+ registered traders on New Zealand's predictions market, iPredict. John Key's position as ..... More >>

21. KiwiRail can't outsource responsibility

17 April 2015 7:38pm | First Union

The government must guarantee New Zealanders that Chinese engineers working on KiwiRail's locomotives are at least receiving the minimum wage says Rail and Maritime Transport Union spokesperson Todd Valster... More >>

22. Filming Underway On Maori Action Epic the Dead Lands

10 December 2013 12:11pm | Joint Press Release

Principal photography has begun on The Dead Lands in locations around Auckland and the central North Island of New Zealand. The Dead Lands stars James Rolleston, now aged 16 and last seen as the 11-year-old star of the NZ box office hit Boy (2010) ..... More >>

23. Stewart Island Public Meeting with Winston Peters

17 April 2015 4:25pm | New Zealand First Party

Stewart Island Public Meeting with Winston Peters - Tuesday 21 April New Zealand First Leader Rt Hon Winston Peters and Spokesperson for Conservation Clayton Mitchell MP will hold a public meeting on Stewart Island to discuss the impact of Shark Dive ..... More >>

24. Win $10,000 towards your 'Green Idea' with Yealands Estate

12 March 2012 10:15am | Yealands Estate

Yealands Estate wines are offering customers the chance to submit their best green ideas and be in to win cash and other great prizes. Using a unique code from specially marked bottles of wine from the Yealands Estate portfolio, shoppers can submit their ..... More >>

25. Osteopathy Recognised Globally & Celebrated Locally

17 April 2015 8:15pm | Osteopaths NZ

Osteopathy and its contribution to global healthcare will be celebrated next week by 400 registered and practicing New Zealand Osteopaths during the National Osteopathy Awareness Week 19-25 April... More >>

26. Launch of Giant Poppy Build Launch in Auckland Domain

15 April 2015 2:53pm | Angela Griffen

Launch of Giant Poppy Build Launch in Auckland Domain THURSDAY APRIL 16 2015 ( TOMORROW) 10.30am Artist Tony McNeight is creating a Giant Poppy Art project in the Auckland Domain (the world's largest man made poppy) with the help of thousands of people ..... More >>

27. ANZAC Day: Red poppies, militarism and the RSA

24 April 2012 1:48pm | Anne Russell

Every Friday before ANZAC Day, the Returned Services Association organises volunteers to walk the streets selling red poppies for charity. Last year Red Poppy Day collected $1.7 million nationwide, a figure that dwarfs the collections of many other non-governmental ..... More >>

28. Q + A - Sunday April 19

18 April 2015 10:32am | TVNZ

1. The Government is in negotiations with iwi leaders over water rights - what do Maori really want? Michael Parkin interviews Maori Party co-leader Te Ururoa Flavell. .. More >>

29. 2degrees 'Play the Bridge' Bollywood style

16 April 2015 12:22pm | 2degrees Mobile

2degrees is playing the bridge to Bollywood this Saturday night after receiving huge numbers of requests for Bollywood to be played during its seven week 'Play the Bridge' campaign... More >>

30. Open is about more than just transparency

16 April 2015 12:03pm | Digitl

"Share and share alike" is the message parents drum into children. But once they grow up and move out into the wider world, the shutters start to come down. We're trained to be closed. Dave Lane, president of the New Zealand Open Source Society, ..... More >>

31. iHeartRadio NZ To Stream Radio New Zealand

17 April 2015 1:20pm | iHeartRadio NZ

Radio New Zealand is joining the iHeartRadio New Zealand platform, further strengthening its position as the country's leading digital streaming offering. NZME's Group Strategy and Operations Director, Carolyn Luey says with Radio New Zealand recognised ..... More >>

32. No zero hours at Work & Income either

15 April 2015 1:01pm | Auckland Action Against Poverty

Any new law on zero hours contracts must make it absolutely explicit that beneficiaries are not to be work tested for jobs where there are no guaranteed minimum hours and days of work. This morning Workplace Minister Michael Woodhouse outlined potential ..... More >>

33. Auckland Harbour Bridge will glow green tonight

17 March 2015 4:48pm | 2Degrees

2degrees is getting in the spirit of things and celebrating St Patrick's Day this evening by lighting up the Auckland Harbour Bridge green as part of its 'Play the Bridge' light show... More >>

34. SKYCITY Hotel Concierge gains prestigious Les Clef d'Or

17 April 2015 2:48pm | SKYCITY

SKYCITY Grand Hotel Concierge gains prestigious Les Clef d'Or approval SKYCITY Grand Hotel Concierge, Jose Leano, is one of New Zealand's newest members of Concierge society, Les Clefs d'Or, adding to SKYCITY Grand Hotel's growing team of Les ..... More >>

35. Obama's Fast Track Bill a last-ditch move to rescue TPPA

17 April 2015 11:41am | Professor Jane Kelsey

'With less than two months until the window is likely to close for President Obama to get a deal in the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA) under his watch, the administration has put a bill before Congress to grant him "fast track" authority', ..... More >>

36. 1080 poison: science and facts

24 May 2011 4:25pm | Happypet NZ

Any true scientist would be intensely annoyed to see wishful thinking and casual observations (rather than properly replicated experiments with appropriate controls) masquerading as science, especially when lots of people actually believed in it. ..... More >>

37. MIDGE URE - the voice of Ultravox - tour starts tonight!

17 April 2015 10:17am | Plus1

Hot on the heels of sold out Australian shows, Plus1 proudly presents MIDGE URE - back in New Zealand for the first time since Sweetwaters '82 - for a four date solo tour... More >>

38. Karyn Hay to Fly Solo on RadioLIVE

17 April 2015 3:09pm | Mediaworks

Karyn Hay to Fly Solo on Radiolive Karyn Hay will be the solo host of RadioLIVE's evening talk show after Anzac Weekend, with co-host Andrew Fagan, leaving the station. GM Talk Brands, Jana Rangooni says: "On behalf of MediaWorks, I want to thank Andrew ..... More >>

39. Minister calls for phase-out of fossil fuel subsidies

18 April 2015 10:29am | New Zealand Government

Climate Change Issues Minister Tim Groser today led a coalition of governments calling for the phase-out of subsidies to fossil fuels in the lead-up to a major climate conference in Paris. New Zealand, along with Costa Rica, Denmark, Ethiopia, Finland, ..... More >>

40. Governor-General's speech for opening of Pukeahu

18 April 2015 11:53am | Government House

Rau Rangatira mā, kua huihui mai i tēnei rā - whakamaumāhara, nau mai, haere mai, ki roto i te wairua o maumaharatanga. Tēnā tātou katoa. .. More >>

41. Introducing Christchurch's newest bastion of BBQ and booze

15 March 2015 9:55am | Bootleg BBQ Company

MEDIA RELEASE There's a new mob in town - introducing Christchurch's newest bastion of BBQ and booze An American revolution is coming to Christchurch in the form of Southern-style barbecued ribs, chicken wings and craft beer. The Bootleg ..... More >>

42. Countdown's latest collectibles hit stores with a roar

30 January 2015 3:23pm | Countdown Supermarket

30 January 2015: Countdown has teamed up with the SPCA to launch the next collectible craze, a limited edition range of Super Animals sound cards. In a first for any Countdown collectibles campaign, the Super Animals cards come to life when swiped through a ..... More >>

43. Police Station implosion date not confirmed

05 March 2015 10:47am | Ceres NZ

Response to Rebuild Christchurch website purporting that the "Christchurch Police Station will be imploded on Saturday April 18th" .. More >>

44. Samsung adds to its smart TV content leadership

23 March 2015 2:21pm | Samsung

Samsung's new app line-up includes Netflix, PGA Tour and all new TVNZ OnDemand .. More >>

45. PSA misrepresenting the facts, says Waikato DHB

17 April 2015 3:38pm | Waikato District Health Board

Waikato District Health Board (DHB) is disappointed by the NZ Public Service Association's (PSA) actions to protest outside Henry Rongomau Bennett Centre in Hamilton today and the continued misrepresentation of the facts to both its members and the media... More >>

46. This weekend on The Nation 18 & 19 April 2015

17 April 2015 5:38pm | The Nation

A rare interview with Treasury Secretary Gabriel Makhlouf about the impact of the international economic recovery on New Zealand and the main opportunities and threats now facing the country... More >>

47. Paul Whiston appointed CEO of LIC Automation

17 April 2015 2:08pm | LIC

Paul Whiston appointed CEO of LIC Automation LIC has appointed Paul Whiston as chief executive of its new subsidiary business, LIC Automation. Paul Whiston, originally from Rotorua, was previously head of sales and marketing for Paymark Ltd, the bank-owned ..... More >>

48. Which are the Best Schools in Auckland?

29 July 2006 5:15pm | Metromedia

Auckland Grammar failed the cut, but Mt Roskill Grammar outshone wealthier rivals in Metro magazine's investigation to find the top 25 high schools in Auckland... More >>

49. Lisa Owen interviews Treasury Secretary Gabriel Makhlouf

18 April 2015 12:36pm | The Nation

Makhlouf says main issue for Auckland housing is a lack of supply Questioned about this week's Reserve Bank comments, he says he's "quite sceptical" that a capital gains tax will help curb house price rises because it hasn't in other countries. ..... More >>

50. Samsung Galaxy S6: It all hinges on price

02 March 2015 8:39pm | Digitl

Recent Samsung Galaxy phone launches have been a mixed bag. There were smartphones that are too plastic and phones with cheesy-looking exteriors. .. More >>

51. Disability support services data released

17 April 2015 5:00pm | New Zealand Government

Data released today about the use of Ministry of Health-funded disability support services will help ensure that disabled New Zealanders are receiving the best services, says Associate Health Minister Peseta Sam Lotu-Iiga... More >>

52. Four nominees confirmed for Green Party male Co-leader

17 April 2015 5:12pm | Green Party

Four nominees have put their hats in the ring to replace Russel Norman as Green Party male Co-leader, the party announced today. .. More >>

53. Harvey Norman Offers Free TV Recycling across New Zealand

17 May 2013 4:44pm | RCN e-Cycle

Harvey Norman has extended their free TV recycling offer to 31 national stores, effective from 13 May. One TV per customer can be dropped off, free of charge at the participating stores, for a limited period... More >>

54. Newly Appointed Chief Executive Shares Vision

18 April 2015 12:30pm | Pacific Business Trust

IT, innovation and connecting with clients both historic and new underpin the fresh vision for economic development service - the Pacific Business Trust. .. More >>

55. Disney on Ice Presents Dare to Dream

17 March 2015 9:58am | Noise PR

The magical show that is Disney On Ice presents Dare to Dream opens in New Zealand in July 2015 and will take audiences on a spectacular journey featuring all your favourite Disney characters. Disney On Ice presents Dare to Dream will travel to ..... More >>

56. Rent Now, Live Life, Buy Later Maybe

16 April 2015 10:09am | Keith Rankin

The hand-wringing about the Auckland property market continues to escalate; the headless chickens run amok through the corridors of power, and through the mainstream media. .. More >>

57. Quarterly benefit figures lowest since 2009

17 April 2015 10:20am | New Zealand Government

Social Development Minister Anne Tolley says the latest benefit figures show a further year-on-year decline as the New Zealand economy improves and welfare reforms continue to support families... More >>

58. Sensing Murder Strikes Out Again

25 June 2012 1:03pm | Skeptics

The discovery of the body of missing prostitute Jayne Furlong on the beach at Port Waikato directly contradicts the claims by the Sensing Murder exploitainment show that self-proclaimed psychics Deb Webber and Kelvin Cruickhank were able to "tune ..... More >>

59. World War 1 Cook Islands soldiers remembered

17 April 2015 7:37pm | Alfred Ngaro

National List MP Alfred Ngaro honoured the 500 Cook Islands soldiers who served under the New Zealand flag in World War One at a commemoration ceremony held at Parliament today... More >>

60. Showering Perfection

20 February 2015 9:48am | Methven

If showering is the only ten minutes of the day that you get to yourself, then you want it to be perfection. Methven - New Zealand's global designer and manufacturer of premium showers and tapware for over 125 years - has developed a pioneering ..... More >>

61. NZ Health Ministry well advanced on first social impact bond

17 April 2015 7:28am | BusinessDesk

NZ Ministry of Health well on the way to delivering NZ's first social impact bond .. More >>

62. Don McGlashan Releases New Album "Lucky Stars"

17 April 2015 9:40am | The Maple

Today New Zealand sees the unveiling of Lucky Stars by pre-eminent singer/songwriter Don McGlashan, a new collection of 10 highly personal songs exploring love, regret and mortality. The record contains many songs which are very personal reflections ..... More >>

63. A Culture of Success at King's College

16 April 2015 2:30pm | King's College

A Culture of Success at King's College King's College rower Oliver Maclean credits a culture of success in his selection for Rowing New Zealand's Under-18 North Island team. Sixteen-year-old Oliver, who has been selected as part of a crew of four, shows ..... More >>

64. New Health Minister - no pressure!

17 April 2015 11:47am | ASMS

Since the last Industrial Coordination Committee the environment in New Zealand has changed. This includes: .. More >>

65. Andrew Little's response to John Key's pre-budget address

14 April 2015 3:15pm | Jeremy Wilkinson

Labour Party leader Andrew Little spoke today on John Key's pre-budget address this afternoon in Wellington. .. More >>

66. Revert raises $1.2M in second round funding

16 April 2015 10:38am | Revert

New Zealand-based cloud backup specialist Revert has secured a further $1.2 million in funding bringing the total funding received to date to over $1.6 million. .. More >>

67. Digital Storytelling for Entrepreneurs

18 April 2015 10:00am | Kiwa

Māori Development Minister Hon Te Ururoa Flavell helped celebrate the achievements of five Māori entrepreneurs in Manukau yesterday who are about to hone their digital marketing skills... More >>

68. Otago Ballance Farm Environment Awards

18 April 2015 10:14am | Ballance Farm Environment awards

Table Hill farmers Dave and Janene Divers have won the Supreme title in the 2015 Otago Ballance Farm Environment Awards (BFEA). .. More >>

69. Sky Tower wears giant poppy to mark partnership with RSA

17 April 2014 2:38pm | SKYCITY

The Sky Tower will wear a 13-metre poppy projected onto its side for the first time in its 17-year history, to commemorate SKYCITY's second annual Poppy Partnership with the Auckland Returned & Services Association... More >>

70. Emma Louise announced as special guest for Sam Smith Tour

15 April 2015 1:15pm | Mushroom Group

Frontier Touring are thrilled to confirm that joining Sam Smith on his nearly sold out In The Lonely Hour tour of Australia and New Zealand will be Australian songstress and indie-darling Emma Louise . .. More >>

71. Overlooked Law Requires Rentals to Be Free of Dampness

16 April 2015 10:13am | Otago University

A law, developed in the 1940s to protect people from living in unhealthy homes, could be used to require landlords to provide housing that is free from dampness, according to researchers from the University of Otago and Victoria University of Wellington... More >>

72. BlackBerry Classic: Steampunk smartphone

27 February 2015 3:08pm | Digitl

BlackBerry Classic takes design back to a time the brand was still a name to conjure with. BB fans will love it, everyone else will ignore it. .. More >>

73. Fatal Crash State Highway 26

15 April 2015 3:33pm | New Zealand Police

Police are investigating the scene of a fatal three car crash, on State Highway 26, near the intersection with Harbottle Road, about five kilometres south west of Morrinsville. The crash occurred at about 2.30 pm. The driver of one the vehicles ..... More >>

74. Fatal Coromandel crash expected to close highway for hours

16 April 2015 9:44am | New Zealand Police

As emergency services work to free a critically injured patient from the wreckage following a head-on collision in the Coromandel, Waikato Police are urging drivers to use care on the district's roads... More >>

75. How to form a company in NZ yourself for only $163.55

23 July 2012 10:36am | NZ Accounting

Starting out in business? Rather than spend money with your lawyer or accountant on forming a company, do it yourself online for only $163.55. .. More >>

76. Businesses addressing substance abuse in workplace

14 April 2015 12:38pm | The Drug Detection Agency

Auckland, 14 April 2015: A growing number of New Zealand businesses are recognising the danger of drug abuse in the workplace and addressing the issue, according to New Zealand's leading on-site workplace drug testing agency. .. More >>

77. 'Ultimate' southern cheese roll announced

06 July 2010 2:46pm | Strategy First

The winner of the New Zealand International Science Festival 'ultimate' southern cheese roll competition was announced today, Tuesday 6 July at 12.30 midday at Wall Street, in Dunedin.  Joy Jones from South Dunedin was crowned the maker of the finest ..... More >>

78. The X Factor NZ And Mcdonald's Collaborate on Charity Single

10 April 2015 11:58am | Mediaworks

The X Factor NZ Top 12 contestants and McDonald's have collaborated to record and release a charity single with proceeds going to Ronald McDonald House Charities NZ to help families of seriously ill or injured children... More >>

79. NZME Supports RSA with Virtual Poppy Campaign

17 April 2015 3:12pm | NZME.

NZME donates $20,000 to start the 'Pin a Poppy Appeal' New Zealand's Poppy Day is something many Kiwis mark proudly each year by getting a traditional RSA fabric poppy in return for a donation. It's the symbol of remembrance for those who fought ..... More >>

80. Dementia And Dancing

16 April 2015 1:52pm | Alzheimers Auckland Inc

When you think of ways to improve brain function, dance is not the first thing that might come to mind, and yet a recent Alzheimers Auckland socialisation project has investigated the role the dance could play for people with dementia. .. More >>

81. DHB unwillingness to level the legal playing field

17 April 2015 5:26pm | Family of Nicky Stevens

Waikato DHB happy to set precedent leading to our Nicky's death - but won't set precedent to support grieving family .. More >>

82. Netflix, Quickflix, Lightbox, Neon: An interim market

09 April 2015 9:24am | Digitl

After years of waiting New Zealanders are now spoilt for choice with streaming TV. Netflix, Quickflix, Lightbox and Neon each offer a decent local catalogues at reasonable prices... More >>

83. Strikers and Protestors Join Outside McDonald's

15 April 2015 2:07pm | Francis Cook

A group of protestors took to McDonald's Manners St today as a part of the international fast food workers day of action to end zero hour contracts. .. More >>

84. Government's Budget Announcements for Kids Can't Be Trusted

15 April 2015 11:10am | Green Party

A huge underspend in special education shows that Government Budget promises can't be trusted and Ministers have no idea about the real needs of children, the Green Party says... More >>

85. $112M Gateway to Christchurch underway

16 April 2015 1:06pm | New Zealand Government

Transport Minister Simon Bridges joined the Prime Minister today in turning the first sod for Christchurch's $112 million gateway roading project that will provide better, safer links throughout greater Christchurch. The expansion of the Western Corridor ..... More >>

86. Prime Minister to lead trade mission to Gulf States

16 April 2015 3:00pm | New Zealand Government

Prime Minister to lead trade mission to Gulf States Prime Minister John Key will lead an 18-member New Zealand business delegation to the United Arab Emirates, Saudi Arabia, and Kuwait from 26 April to 1 May. This will be the first visit by a New ..... More >>

87. LINZ encourages mapping innovation

17 April 2015 2:31pm | New Zealand Government

Land Information Minister Louise Upston says a new approach to mapping will encourage Kiwis to find innovative uses for information about our land. "Land Information New Zealand's (LINZ) topographic data - the authoritative record of the country's ..... More >>

88. Chinese rail workers must be paid minimum wage

17 April 2015 4:21pm | New Zealand Government

KiwiRail must immediately stop further Chinese engineers from working here until they can guarantee they are being paid the New Zealand minimum wage, Labour's MP for Hutt South Trevor Mallard says... More >>

89. Biosecurity rethink a long time coming

17 April 2015 4:59pm | New Zealand Labour Party

The Government has opened New Zealand's borders to biosecurity risks and its rethinking of bag screening at airports is an admission of failure, Labour's Primary Industries spokesperson Damien O'Connor says... More >>

90. Fatal car crash - Karaka - Counties Manukau

11 April 2015 10:14am | New Zealand Police

At about 0640hrs police were advised of a two car crash on State Highway 22 near the intersection of Blackridge Road , Karaka. .. More >>

91. Wreath Making for Anzac Day

16 April 2015 1:36pm | Stratford District Council

April 25 brings reflection, solemnity, realism and pride across New Zealand and Australia. This mix of emotions gains public coherence through an old custom: the laying of wreaths. .. More >>

92. New social housing units open in Aranui

17 April 2015 7:40pm | Christchurch City Council

The opening of eight new Council social housing units in Aranui will help to set a new standard in providing quality, purpose-built accommodation for some of the city's most vulnerable residents, says Christchurch Deputy Mayor Vicki Buck... More >>

93. Northern Young Farmers to be put to the test

14 April 2015 10:34am | Young Farmers

The final ANZ Young Farmer Contest Grand Finalist will be determined this weekend, Saturday 18 April at the Northern Regional Final held in Dargaville. .. More >>

94. Alexandra Park's 'wow' display apartment opens to the public

17 April 2015 12:51pm | Alexandra Park

This weekend Alexandra Park opens up its spectacular display apartment to the wider public following a number of sales already confirmed and hugely positive feedback to the planned '223 Green Lane West' 21st century urban village for Auckland... More >>

95. Future of the Heartland

17 April 2015 1:32pm | Federated Farmers

Address by Dr William Rolleston, President, Federated Farmers of New Zealand, Heartland Forum, Conway Flats, North Canterbury, 17 April 2015. .. More >>

96. Plunket Introduces New Names to Hurricanes Line Up

23 May 2014 11:12am | Bank of New Zealand

When the Hurricanes run on to the field on Saturday night for their round fifteen Investec Super Rugby match against the Chiefs it will feature an entire squad of 'new names' supported by some very passionate and generous fans... More >>

97. Bold New Drama 'Filthy Rich' Funded for Tv2

06 October 2014 12:37pm | TVNZ

A big, bold, brand new multi-night drama series, Filthy Rich , has been funded by NZ On Air for TV2. .. More >>

98. Annam - One Door, Two Worlds

21 March 2015 12:33pm | ANNAM

When the French colonised Vietnam, a land they called Indochine Français , it was a meeting of two cultures for whom the table was not just a part of life - it was at the heart of life... More >>

99. John Key to be congratulated for parental and humnan rights

18 April 2015 11:55am | No Forced Vaccines

Prime Minister John Key deserves the gratitude of every thinking New Zealander for his sensible decision not to follow the example of Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott whose government is now linking children's vaccinations to childcare subsidies ..... More >>

100. Wealth for World's Workers: History of NZ's labour movement

23 December 2013 4:38pm | Fightback

1821 - The first recorded wage dispute in New Zealand was in the Bay of Islands in 1821. Māori timber-workers stopped work because they wanted to be paid 'for their labour in Money, as was the case in England, or else in Gun Powder'... More >>

 

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