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

'Weather' | Search

Narrow by ...

Content type:

Blog entry (116)
News (17399)


Politics (681)
Business (1710)
National (11554)
Sport (1976)
Entertainment (536)
Lifestyle (710)
Health (250)
Technology (98)

Resource Type:

Guides (4)
Reviews (3)


Albums (2)
Animals (6)
Awesome (9)
Concerts (10)
Employment (4)
Exhibitions (2)
Fashion (1)
Festivals (4)
Food (14)
Gadgets (7)
Gardening (10)
Golf (11)
Motoring (6)
Movies (8)
Parenting (2)
Property (9)
Television (14)
Travel (20)
Wine (13)


3 Stars (1)
4 Stars (1)
4.5 Stars (1)
5 Stars (1)


Fuseworks Media (17292)
Voxy Newswire (86)
Stan Sutherland (34)
Chris Ford (17)
Samantha Lee (17)
Brian Dalley (7)
Rebekah Joy (7)
Dave Griffith (6)
Alexander (6)
Like Mike (5)
Scott Newman (5)
Dallas Boyd (4)
Cityhop (3)
Mark Tregoweth (3)
Kip Brook (2)
MasterCard (2)
Rob West (2)
Paul Taylor (2)
Alliance Party (1)
editor (1)
Kris Polglase (1)
Media Counsel PR (1)
Moppie (1)
Kidicorp (1)
Matt Rahman (1)
Rosie Bowie (1)
Aisle 21 (1)
Lance Wiggs (1)
megarider (1)
Adrian Musolino (1)
Adrian Hatwell (1)
D. H. Barkley (1)
Phil Stewart (1)

Use 'Subscribe to an RSS feed of this search' to follow your favorite topics and authors

I'm looking for ...


Displaying 15381 - 15390 of 17515 results

Subscribe to an RSS feed of this search RSS icon

Road Through Molesworth Station Opens Next Week

Monday, 20 December, 2010 - 12:03

Opportunity opens up from Tuesday next week (28 December) to drive through the spectacular high country landscape of Molesworth Station, New Zealand's largest farm.

Wel Grant Means More Public Paths For Waiwhakareke (20 Dec 2010)

Monday, 20 December, 2010 - 11:05

Next year Hamiltonians will have even greater access to Waiwhakareke - the city's award-winning natural heritage park. WEL Energy Trust has granted the project $25,000 to extend the park's network of public paths in 2011.

Slow Slog For Service Sector Heading Into Christmas

Monday, 20 December, 2010 - 10:45

Activity in the service sector is exhibiting little Christmas cheer, according to the BNZ - BusinessNZ Performance of Services Index (PSI).

Fatal Crash on SH1 Near Wellsford

Monday, 20 December, 2010 - 07:27

Police, Fire and Ambulance are currently attending a fatal crash on State Highway One in Dome Valley adjacent to Sunnybrook Reserve.

The road is blocked and diversions are in place.

Call On NIWA To Admit Latest Temperature Review Not Valid

Sunday, 19 December, 2010 - 17:21

A call has been made on the National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research (NIWA) to admit that that there is no valid statistical justification for its claims of a 0.91 degree C rise in New Zealand's average temperature last century.

Heavy Rain Causes Surface Flooding; But Misses Others

Sunday, 19 December, 2010 - 15:46

Heavy rain in the North Island has caused surface flooding in Taranaki this afternoon.'s New Plymouth reporter Greg Taylor says there has been a lot of surface flooding in the city today.

Canterbury Community Trust Lantern Celebration Attracts A Record Crowd

Sunday, 19 December, 2010 - 15:39

The annual Canterbury Community Trust Lantern Celebration attracted a record crowd for the walk up the Centre of New Zealand, snatching a window of fine weather between two days of heavy rain.

South Island Bakes... More Heat Next Week

Sunday, 19 December, 2010 - 10:54

The South Island has baked under record challenging heat in some areas yesterday as a strong northerly flow took charge.

Christchurch hit 33 degrees while a number other nearby centres climbed into the late 20s and low 30s.

Droughts Over When They've Only Just Begun?

Sunday, 19 December, 2010 - 10:50

Droughts have this month been declared in Northland, Waikato and Ruapehu but with heavy rain this past week - and more on the way Sunday and the coming week - it's possible the droughts may be over before they even set in.

Total Fire Ban Declared

Friday, 17 December, 2010 - 16:24

A total fire ban is in place for all of Southland and parts of the Clutha District covered by the Southern Rural Fire District from 8am tomorrow (Saturday 18 December).