"With Auckland’s housing market becoming an international sensation following the sale of a former state house hovel in Devonport for over $1 million, young people and low-income families are paying the price for the Council’s regulatory disaster," says Affordable Auckland Mayoral and Albany
|Redcliffs school closing 'ignores wishes of community' (25 November 2015)|
|Abuse of restaurant workers tip of iceberg - NZ First (25 November 2015)|
|Redcliffs School closure 'flies in the face of sense' (25 November 2015)|
New Zealand SaaS software company, Spotlight Reporting has launched the next generation cash-flow forecasting product into the global marketplace - a smart business tool, helping business owners and their accountant champion success, with crystal-ball insight.
|Emissions trading review timely - BusinessNZ (25 November 2015)|
|Overseas visitors vote with their wallets (25 November 2015)|
|Business as usual 'not enough to meet future fish demand' (25 November 2015)|
Nelson farmer and outdoor-access supporter Barbara Stuart has been appointed to the Board of the New Zealand Walking Access Commission.
|Suspicious package reported in Wellington (25 November 2015)|
|E tu Strathmore Park stands tall (25 November 2015)|
|54 year old man dies in workplace accident (25 November 2015)|
The SBS Bank Otago Volts are back to an eight-point lead on the Georgie Pie Super Smash points table after downing defending champs the Mighty Ape Wellington Firebirds by 19 runs at the Basin Reserve.
|Big guns head to Hampton Downs (25 November 2015)|
|Down to the wire for Barry and Rudd (25 November 2015)|
|Mondiale Aces unchanged for game against Canterbury Kings (25 November 2015)|
New Zealand X Factor finalists Brendon Thomas and the Vibes will be the star attraction at this year’s free New Year’s Eve community celebrations at the Soundshell, Marine Parade, Napier.
|Necessary Distraction opening at Auckland Art Gallery (25 November 2015)|
|Sundaze goes Deco this summer (25 November 2015)|
|New exhibition portrays art of mid-20th century tourism promotion (25 November 2015)|
Recently we asked Awapuni customers which plants they had the most difficulty growing and which they would like some advice on planting. From the many replies two plants overwhelmingly stood out coriander and watermelon.
|Kiwi expats 'prouder of NZ' (25 November 2015)|
|Villa Maria named NZ Winery of the Year (24 November 2015)|
|Rush Munro's ice cream serving 'most satisfaction in a tub' (24 November 2015)|
Taranaki DHB is supporting the week of White Ribbon Day, Wednesday 25 November, with a number of displays at Taranaki Base Hospital, including three 18-metre white ribbons outside the main entrance of Taranaki Base Hospital and two exhibitions in the main foyer.
|High rates of Maori SUDI in Whanganui prompt gathering (25 November 2015)|
|Special donation next best thing to a fairy-tale (25 November 2015)|
|Plunket to provide Pregnancy and Parenting Education Service (25 November 2015)|
Norton by Symantec (NASDAQ: SYMC), today released its findings from the Norton Cybersecurity Insights Report, which sheds light on the truths of online crime and the impact it has on New Zealand consumers.
|More NZers connecting to Ultra-Fast Broadband network (19 November 2015)|
|InternetNZ announces new community grants (19 November 2015)|
|Vodafone to offer iPad Pro (18 November 2015)|