Wellington’s ambitious plan to become the first predator-free city in the country has been welcomed by Conservation Minister Maggie Barry.
|Swearing-in ceremony for new Governor-General (26 September 2016)|
|'Let's kick butt together' during Stoptober - Minister (26 September 2016)|
|Increased data use confirms investment - MP (26 September 2016)|
NZEI Te Riu Roa has announced five new associates in recognition of their work for NZEI, for quality public education and for the communities in which they live.
|McCain strike-breakers 'could undermine their own jobs' (26 September 2016)|
|Council to consider new airport terminal building (26 September 2016)|
|Waikato Vital Signs 2016 launch events announced (26 September 2016)|
NEXT Foundation is delighted to announce a new partnership to support communities becoming predator free - it has engaged Wellingtonian Kelvin Hastie as the NEXT Predator Free Community Champion.
|Wellington aims high to be the first Predator Free capital city (26 September 2016)|
|Medal owner found through social media (26 September 2016)|
|Auckland City Police looking for Tribesman and Killer Beez associate (26 September 2016)|
Rowing New Zealand today announced its 2016/2017 summer squad athletes.
56 athletes have been invited to the summer squad across men’s and women’s sweep and sculling.
|New career ranking highs for Kiwi tennis players (26 September 2016)|
|Podium for Young in Japan (26 September 2016)|
|Southland racing driver Brendon Leitch off to US (26 September 2016)|
Waitaki MP Jacqui Dean praised the Alexandra community on celebrating the 60th birthday of the Alexandra Blossom festival in style.
"As the country's longest-running festival, the people of Alexandra should be proud of what they’ve managed to achieve over many years.
|Revving up for ITM Auckland SuperSprint Fan Day (26 September 2016)|
|Restoring the world’s first recorded computer music (26 September 2016)|
|Smokefreerockquest national final results 2016 (25 September 2016)|
Results released today by one of the world’s most prestigious wine competitions are a testament to the rising quality and diversity of New Zealand wines.
|Mother Earth launches new Low GI nut mix (26 September 2016)|
|Check Spring avalanche conditions carefully - MSC (23 September 2016)|
|GARDENA supports The Get Growing Roadshow (23 September 2016)|
Volunteer collectors around the country will take to the streets on October 7 and 8 for the Blind Foundation’s annual Blind Week street collection.
|Sign up to Stoptober and kick butt together (26 September 2016)|
|Nicotine alternative clinical study completed in Christchurch (26 September 2016)|
|Symposium to look at pathways to improve public health (26 September 2016)|
The Privacy Commissioner is monitoring the Yahoo hack that compromised up to 500 million users’ accounts.
The hack affects a small portion of the 825,000 email accounts that Spark provides to users through its partnership with Yahoo.
|Important security information for Xtra e-mail customers (23 September 2016)|
|Cyber Safety Month deals with the dangers of digital (23 September 2016)|
|NZ tech scene ‘buzzing’ after Canterbury summit (19 September 2016)|