Let master storytellers coax you out of hibernation at the New Zealand’s Book Council’s cabaret-style storytelling event, True Stories Told Live - A Winter’s Tale, being held in Dunedin next month.
|ANZ drops one-year fixed rate to 4.95% (24 May 2013)|
|Georgie Wright heads backstage at The X Factor (24 May 2013)|
|Unitec to screen The Big Picture: Rethinking Dyslexia (24 May 2013)|
Deliberately lit fires in a newly upgraded toilet block are causing thousands of dollars of damage.
Three fires have been lit in the women’s toilets at Ngamotu Beach during the last week.
|Pharmacist imprisoned on Medicines Act charges (24 May 2013)|
|Justice Sir Robert Chambers 'one of NZ's great legal minds' (24 May 2013)|
|Driver distraction 'killing Aucklanders' (24 May 2013)|
Ethnic Affairs Minister Judith Collins has today announced the Government’s plan to extend the Office of Ethnic Affairs’ Language Line telephone interpreting service to private sector organisations.
|'Another positive result' for Novopay (24 May 2013)|
|Govt deep sea oil block offer reckless - Greens (24 May 2013)|
|Govt-funded homes for intellectually disabled 'must be safe' (24 May 2013)|
Tomatoes New Zealand says the decision not to enforce compulsory individual labelling of irradiated Australian tomatoes and capsicums is disappointing, but the industry organisation believes their concerns have been heard.
|Ethnic firms challenge Kiwis to dream beyond 'boat, BMW and bach' (24 May 2013)|
|South Island luxury self-drive scenic tours launched (24 May 2013)|
|Waikato agriculture research collaboration to be explored (24 May 2013)|
The Melbourne Vixens are ready to bounce back from last weekend’s disappointing loss when they take on the Southern Steel on Monday night.
Vixens vice-captain Madison Browne said the team has something to prove in the must-win clash.
|Highlanders named to play Western Force in Perth (24 May 2013)|
|Bray cutting it fine for latest Rotax round (24 May 2013)|
|Badminton: NZ finish with a loss in pool play (24 May 2013)|
Foodie or not, travel and food go together like salt and pepper! According to a Hotels.com survey of 27,000 global travellers, 57% spend between a quarter and three quarters of their daily holiday budget on food.
|Auckland voted a top destination by TripAdvisor (24 May 2013)|
|Marlin 'not for sale' (24 May 2013)|
|Snow guns crank into action at Mt Hutt and Coronet Peak (23 May 2013)|
23 health promotion messages placed on the boot of 135 Northland DHB fleet cars across the region was supported by Minister Ryall who visited Whangarei on Thursday.
|Listening 'first step to improving health system' (23 May 2013)|
|Chickenpox vaccine 'available again in two weeks' (23 May 2013)|
|Chiefs return for round two of Waikids (23 May 2013)|
New Zealand’s newest online pet retailer, Pet.co.nz is leading by example with the responsive design of its ecommerce site.
|Thousands take up free WIFI on offer in Rotorua CBD (22 May 2013)|
|$14.5m boost for online identity verification (22 May 2013)|
|Vodafone showcases 4G in Queenstown (22 May 2013)|
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