Lincoln University has announced that it will be expanding the Lincoln University Research Dairy Farm (LURDF) to further support a range of research projects related to improving the success of New Zealand’s dairy industry.
Whitebait improving in lower Clutha The whitebait fishery in the Lower Clutha River/Mata-Au is starting to improve due to a whitebait enhancement project by the Department of Conservation (DOC) and Contact Energy.
Parents across New Zealand are urged to vote in the 2013 School Trustee Elections now underway with polls closing at noon on 30 May. This vote from the school community will influence who is leading their child’s school over the next three years.
Canterbury Earthquake Recovery Minister Gerry Brownlee has today taken Prime Minister John Key on a whistle-stop tour to check progress on three major construction sites in the Christchurch CBD.
Her Worship Celia Wade-Brown the Mayor of Wellington will present certificates to young athletes involved in the Wellington City Council Talent Development Programme on Tuesday 4 June.
Translocation - or moving animals to safer places - is a vital tool for saving species from extinction.
Peter Maurer, the president of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), has just completed a two-day visit to Qatar.
Work on the $6 million upgrade of the Keith Spry Pool in Johnsonville will start on 13 June following the signing of a contract with Hawkins Construction.
Three well-regarded US speakers will be travelling to New Zealand and Australia this June on a pioneer conference tour aimed at encouraging Scriptural family living.
As dawn breaks on a wet Waikato morning, Hamilton Police reviewing a series of crashes are urging drivers to keep their wits about them and drive to the conditions.
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