The Royal New Zealand Ballet welcomes five new dancers to the company for 2014 and bids farewell to two dancers.
The RNZB has recruited from within New Zealand, in addition to attracting dancers from all over the world.
|Summerdaze ignites Queenstown Lakes District (9 December 2013)|
|Comfort Zone a must see at Taupo Museum (9 December 2013)|
|'Great first year' for Toitu Otago Settlers Museum (9 December 2013)|
The Lowe Corporation Rescue Helicopter crew responded to a motor vehicle accident on the Napier-Taupo Road near Te Haroto.
|UC building new accommodation for students (9 December 2013)|
|Auckland taxi drivers to continue hunger strike (9 December 2013)|
|Christchurch pays tribute to Nelson Mandela (9 December 2013)|
‘Enormous pressure on the non-US ministers in the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement negotiations is likely to see some governments cave in this afternoon or tomorrow morning on medicines and copyright’, according to Professor Jane Kelsey in Singapore.
|Reform needed but amalgamations the lazy option - Rotorua Mayor (9 December 2013)|
|US heavying to get TPPA deal - leaked docs (9 December 2013)|
|Child poverty is family poverty says NZ First (9 December 2013)|
The first stage of the InterContinental Wellington multi-million dollar refurbishment opens on 20th December with the completion of the first full floor of Deluxe Guestrooms.
|'Prevention best protection' for facial eczema risk (9 December 2013)|
|Kacific satellite to provide faster broadband to Pacific nations (9 December 2013)|
|UnisonFibre celebrates 500th connection (9 December 2013)|
The Southland Track Championships provided a fantastic opportunity for the New Zealand Para-Cycling team to test new tandem pairings and enjoy great opposition over the three day event. The Japanese team competed and pushed the New Zealand riders all the way.
|Gillette Cup finals open with a bang (9 December 2013)|
|Younis and Gilchrist to be inducted into Cricket Hall of Fame (9 December 2013)|
|NZ Youth Games touted as a huge sucess (9 December 2013)|
Shopping for children’s gifts is a serious business. Not only do you need to think about what a child wants or needs, but you also need to weigh up the risks that could be attached to your choice.
|Philips launches latest in indoor and outdoor lighting style (9 December 2013)|
|Auckland’s first creative precinct open for bookings (9 December 2013)|
|Unique Christmas ice cream menu for Starship (9 December 2013)|
An exciting new research and teaching centre to promote eye health in New Zealand was launched at the University of Auckland recently.
The Buchanan Ocular Therapeutics Unit will encompass ophthalmology, optometry and vision science research and education.
|New agreement provides new medicines, saves millions (9 December 2013)|
|280,000 NZers wait for public surgery (9 December 2013)|
|Help offered to quit smoking (9 December 2013)|
The foodie smartphone app that aims to help New Zealand shoppers make healthier food choices by reducing their risk of dying early from two of the nation’s biggest killers, heart attack and stroke, has now reached 30,000 downloads.
|Slingshot's UFB prices 'to shake up industry' (5 December 2013)|
|Downloadable maps offered for the Christmas Holidays (4 December 2013)|
|Census reveals regional digital divide (4 December 2013)|
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