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

'Weather' | Search

Narrow by ...

Content type:

Blog entry (116)
News (17528)


Politics (688)
Business (1734)
National (11637)
Sport (1983)
Entertainment (538)
Lifestyle (712)
Health (253)
Technology (99)

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 (17421)
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 16151 - 16160 of 17644 results

Subscribe to an RSS feed of this search RSS icon

Kiel Week Kicks Off

Sunday, 20 June, 2010 - 12:46

Racing is underway for the Olympic classes at Kiel Week Regatta in Germany. A small New Zealand contingent is competing including one women's match-racing crew helmed by Samantha Osborne, plus Mike Bullot in the Laser class and Matt Coutts in the Finn event.

Four Rescued From Stricken Yacht

Saturday, 19 June, 2010 - 13:50

Wellington, June 19 NZPA - Two people are in hospital -- one with a fish hook in her right buttock -- after being rescued from a stricken yacht off the Kaikoura coast this morning.

We're Not Scrum Cheats Say Wales

Saturday, 19 June, 2010 - 04:02

By Mark Geenty of NZPA

Dunedin, June 19 NZPA - Wales rejected suggestions they might push the scrum laws to the limit tonight as All Blacks coach Graham Henry called for a fair set piece contest in the first rugby test here.

Kewell Calls Foul As Media Put Boot In

Friday, 18 June, 2010 - 19:06

By Chris Barclay of NZPA

Sydney, June 18 NZPA - As the All Whites contemplate how to combat the footballing genius of Italian World Cup winners Fabio Cannavaro and Gianluca Zambrotta, a troubled Socceroos star claims Australia's real enemy lies closer to home.

Quiet Gatland Has All Blacks On Guard

Friday, 18 June, 2010 - 17:54

By Mark Geenty of NZPA

Dunedin, June 18 NZPA - Historically it should be a lopsided rugby contest, but the All Blacks admit to some unease about Wales as they try to show last week's 60-pointer was no false dawn.

Highway Info The Best Source For Latest Winter Road Conditions

Friday, 18 June, 2010 - 16:07

Winter has announced its arrival, and it's important that motorists can access the latest information on road conditions before setting out on their journeys.

Me and Orson Welles Review

Friday, 18 June, 2010 - 13:23

One of the founding fathers of modern American cinema, Orson Welles has always held a certain fascination to the filmmakers that followed in his path. This latest period look at the intriguing auteur’s life is helmed by career maverick Richard Linklater, and while it doesn’t pulse with the director’s signature energy it does bear all the hallmark polish of veteran whose earned every right to take a swing at Welles.

NZ Rural Youth Increasingly Isolated

Friday, 18 June, 2010 - 10:34

Close to three quarters of rural New Zealanders believe their youth are disadvantaged by their lack of access to broadband, according to a survey commissioned by Vodafone.

New Zealand Wine Industry Announces 2010 Vintage Results

Thursday, 17 June, 2010 - 13:32

Total vintage 266,000 tonnes, seven percent lower than 2009 Excellent wine quality expected due to favourable March and April weather Strong growth in export volumes over past year (+27%)

Big Wednesday Lottery Millions Bring Sunshine To Hamilton

Thursday, 17 June, 2010 - 09:04

No matter the weather, the sun will be shining on Big Wednesday's latest big winner who has scooped a massive $4.7 million First Division prize, says NZ Lotteries' Chief Executive, Todd McLeay.