New Zealand scientists and researchers, both experienced and up-and-coming, have just two weeks to get their entries in for the 2016 Prime Minister’s Science Prizes, valued at $1 million.
Two lucky Lotto players from Paihia and Invercargill will have more of a spring in their step after each winning $500,000 with Lotto First Division in tonight’s live Lotto draw.
The winning tickets were sold at Paihia Four Square in Paihia and Windsor New World in Invercargill.
CQ Hotels Wellington has become the first hotel in New Zealand to install an international GPS-app, Blindsquare, to help the visually impaired.
In the spirit of collaboration and education, Australia’s First Families of Wine (AFFW) ‘Next Gens’ will be immersing themselves in New Zealand’s wine culture over a 3 day tour with the Family of Twelve.
International Academy of New Zealand (IANZ) - a private training establishment which offers training in business and management to around 650 international students - is selling its business to another private training establishment, EDENZ Colleges 2016 Ltd.
The boil water notice cannot be lifted this week, as Hastings District Council had hoped.
The contestable fund was established last year and aims to support passionate community groups in their efforts to restore ecosystems in public areas around Te Awarua-o-Porirua Harbour catchment.
"While many offence types can fluctuate, burglary figures tend to be a very good litmus test of how much criminal activity is taking place in the community," Police Association President Greg O’Connor said today.
The Pharmacy Guild of New Zealand (the Guild) congratulates the team from University of Auckland who has been named one of three finalists in the Pharmacy Guild of Australia’s National Student Business Plan Competition.
The Human Rights Commission’s 12th Diversity Forum, "Future Focus: Te Anga Whakamua" will get underway at Te Papa Tongarewa tomorrow. More than 400 people from across New Zealand will be taking part.
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