Auckland’s newest regional park opens to the public this weekend with two days of exciting activities and opportunities to explore.
|Atamira Dance Company presents MOKO (7 March 2014)|
|Phil Twyford to open Harbourview Sculpture Trail (6 March 2014)|
|Culture Galore cancelled (6 March 2014)|
The University of Canterbury (UC) is collaborating with a South Island high country station on an inspirational engineering project involving the conversion of one of its farm vehicles from diesel to electric-powered.
|Two charged after firearms incident in Wellington (9 March 2014)|
|Four Lotto First Division winners (8 March 2014)|
|Police name child who died on logging site (8 March 2014)|
Education Minister Hekia Parata has today announced the Government is investing $2.7 million over four years in an initiative which will provide help and support for at-risk students enrolled in Te Kura - the Correspondence School.
|John Key's stance on donations 'reeks of hypocrisy' (8 March 2014)|
|National eroding NZ's proud record - Beaumont (8 March 2014)|
|Prostitutes beaten while govt procrastinates - Lole-Taylor (8 March 2014)|
The South Island has come up on top this year at the North vs South: Battle of the Butchers.
Five of the best butchers from each Island came head to head in a two hour long butchery challenge.
|Smart partnering for Airways helps achieve good results (8 March 2014)|
|Class action against Southern Response announced (8 March 2014)|
|Grant to improve safety of Samoa's aviation sector (7 March 2014)|
The International Cricket Council (ICC) today joined millions of people across the globe in celebrating International Women’s Day, a global celebration of the achievements of women that has been celebrated since the early twentieth century.
|Pulse bounce back to notch first win of season (8 March 2014)|
|Sluggish start costs Vodafone Warriors (8 March 2014)|
|NZ's mountain biking elite dominate Motatapu race (8 March 2014)|
A Villa Maria Pinot Noir has grabbed the attention of judges at the Sydney International Wine Competition, winning three trophies: Best Pinot Noir Wine, Best Red Wine of Competition and Reserve Champion Runner Up to Best Wine of Competition.
|Jameson reveals limited edition bottle for St Patrick's Day (7 March 2014)|
|Barrys Bay Cheese wins supreme award (7 March 2014)|
|NZ's most loved beach close to being selected (7 March 2014)|
By Mary Byrne on behalf of Fluoride Action Network NZ
It's open slather on administering drugs via our water supplies, and now many other ways. How about the air we breathe? Judge Hanson’s ruling sets a dangerous precedent.
|'Govt's indecision' on bowel screening costing lives (8 March 2014)|
|Arthritic achievers inspire on International Women's Day (7 March 2014)|
|No excuses for delay in Hamilton water fluoridation - DHB (7 March 2014)|
Telecom today announced that its customers can be among the first in the country to buy the new Samsung Galaxy S5 - pre-loaded with Spotify - with pre-orders of the device opening up on its website today ahead of its April launch.
|Inland Revenue's mobile app challenge is now open (6 March 2014)|
|InternetNZ strongly opposed to scrapping UFB (6 March 2014)|
|App4IR Challenge 'exciting for NZ ICT' (6 March 2014)|
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