Recommended NZ | Guide to Money | Gimme: Competitions - Giveaways

National

Former student 'surprises Karamu High School with new fund'

A former Karamu High School student has gifted a sizeable donation to the school that’s set to benefit Karamu’s schooling community for many years to come.

Feedback sought on harbour-inspired wards proposed for next Porirua election

A Māori ward honouring the original name for the area, and two general wards named for the two arms of our harbour is the plan proposed for Porirua City for future local government elections.

A Blenheim bus with no name...

The Council is still on the lookout for a new sponsor for the Blenheim bus service.

Sustainable Transport Manager Braden Prideaux said the sponsorship opportunity had arisen recently for the first time in four years.

Talley’s shifts blame for illegal bottom trawl onto skipper - Greenpeace

Court papers have revealed that Talley’s deepwater fishing division, Amaltal, has shifted the blame for illegally bottom trawling in the Hikurangi Marine Reserve off Kaikōura, a year after the company was found guilty of the breach.

Maori engineer brings Matauranga expertise to ESR strategic science panel

Dr Kēpa Morgan, innovator, academic, professional engineer and former Iwi chief executive has been appointed to the Strategic Science Advisory Panel of the Institute of Environmental Science and Research (ESR).

Auckland daily compliance update - NZ Police

Police are continuing to see excellent overall compliance by motorists at the Auckland border checkpoints, as new requirements come into effect at 11.59pm for permitted workers to show evidence of having had a COVID-19 test in the past seven days.

Kiwi youth talk straight on driving during Covid times - Automobile Association

SADD students (Students Against Dangerous Driving) are calling on all communities to collectively do more to change behaviours that may lead to fatalities.

Rubber hitting the road in Te Tai Tokerau - NZTA

As the weather warms up Waka Kotahi will be resealing and repairing several state highways across Te Tai Tokerau in the coming months.

Interisland ferry problems show need for rebuilding coastal shipping - Maritime Union

The Maritime Union says New Zealand’s shipping woes have now become worse, with the Interislander line having two thirds of its fleet going off line.

Educators encouraged to join in with Beep Beep! Day - Brake

Early years educators across the country are being urged to take part in a national Beep Beep! Day on Wednesday 17 November.