• Sunshine Butterflies has new skills on the boil 23 Sep 2019 14:17 SUNSHINE Butterflies is really cooking with gas after a $100,000 grant made an outdoor cooking space a reality at charity’s Noosaville facility. Herbalife Nutrition — a premier global nutrition company — made the grant to the not-for-profit NDIS registered …
  • Bairstow left out of England Test squad for New Zealand 23 Sep 2019 13:55 Jonny Bairstow has been left out of England's squad for the Tests in New Zealand, while uncapped quartet Matthew Parkinson, Dom Sibley, Zak Crawley and Saqib Mahmood have been called up. Wicketkeeper Bairstow averages 20.25 in Tests this year, so Jos …
  • Luxury hotel group Campbell Gray books new PR consultancy 23 Sep 2019 13:42 Campbell Gray Hotels’ portfolio includes the newly-opened Alex on lake Zurich, Le Gray in Beirut, The Machrie Hotel & Golf Links in Scotland and The Merchant House in Bahrain. The group is known for its luxury hospitality and design and has plans for …
  • New online documentary service launches across Southeast Asia 23 Sep 2019 13:37 With easy internet accessibility and fast-growing tech communities in the Kingdom, people who are willing to pay for entertaining and educational content can now try a new documentary video streaming service. Having hit film lovers in Australia, New …
  • National Veterinary Care To Acquire Veterinary Clinics In Australia And New Zealand 23 Sep 2019 13:35
  • New Zealand high commissioner tours Mandeville 23 Sep 2019 13:14 MANDEVILLE, Manchester - On Thursday, September 5 New Zealand high hommissioner to Jamaica, Anton Ojala made a visit to Manchester. He made stops at the Candle in the Dark facility for the homeless in Mandeville, the Northern Caribbean University, and at …
  • Fly Free in New Zealand With Goway 23 Sep 2019 13:01 Goway Travel is inviting globetrotters to explore New Zealand with three new air-inclusive vacation packages, each one including free domestic flights in New Zealand. According to officials, travellers with a taste for the great outdoors will want to …
  • Scotland to host third-ranked New Zealand in June 23 Sep 2019 12:36 Scotland will be playing one of the top ODI nations next summerScotland will host New Zealand in a one-day international on Friday, 26 June. It will be the first time New Zealand's men have travelled to face the Scots since 1999. The Blackcaps, the …
  • Unbelievable: The true story behind Netflix's new acclaimed drama 23 Sep 2019 11:17 Note: This story contains plot details from Netflix’s Unbelievable, which is based on a true story In the first episode of Netflix’s Unbelievable, an 18-year-old Washington state woman reports her rape, only to face suspicion from the very detectives who …
  • KiwiBuild surprise: Four homes go, 36 units in their place 23 Sep 2019 10:59 Development work has started on a west Auckland site where 36 new KiwiBuild terraced units replace four stand-alone existing family homes. In what could be a shock for neighbours of the quiet Hewlett Rd at Massey, the four existing homes built around the …
  • World Cup meltdown: How call centre staff cope 23 Sep 2019 10:59 Call centre staff  have arguably the toughest and most important role in any company.   They are the frontline for any company in crisis and their skill at dealing with disgruntled customers can leave a lasting impression.   When things go wrong in …
  • 'You've failed': Resident resentment sizzles at Bayfair underpass meeting 23 Sep 2019 10:56 NZ Transport Agency representatives endured the waves of outrage radiating from more than 100 residents at a public meeting on the controversial future of the Bayfair underpass tonight. It comes as public figures call for the entire Baypark to Bayfair Link …
  • Injured New Zealand lock Retallick ramps up training intensity 23 Sep 2019 09:57 Sport All Blacks fans received welcome news on Monday with injured lock Brodie Retallick confirming he was hitting tackle bags at training and expected to increase the intensity of collision on his recovering shoulder this week. 23 Sep 2019 05:20PM …
  • EE promotes iPhone 11 launch with new brand campaign 23 Sep 2019 09:08 EE has unveiled its latest brand campaign to mark the launch of the iPhone 11 on its network. The ad debuted on 21 September during the Rugby World Cup game between New Zealand and South Africa. The new add sees brand ambassador Kevin Bacon serve up iPhone …
  • Australia shares gain as rate cut hopes solidify; New Zealand up 23 Sep 2019 08:42 Australian shares rose on Monday, as hopes of an interest rate cut by the central bank at its October meeting firmed up following last week's dismal domestic unemployment data. The S&P/ASX 200 index rose 0.3 per cent, or 18.9 points, to close …
  • There are more Jedi and Pastafarians in New Zealand than Destiny Church members 23 Sep 2019 08:13 Among the data released today by Stats New Zealand, one piece of information stood out among social media users: the surprisingly low number of official members of Brian Tamaki's Destiny Church. There are only 1722 Destiny Church members in New Zealand …
  • New Zealand measles alert 23 Sep 2019 07:58 NEW Zealand is asking travelers to make sure they are immunized for measles before traveling to its biggest city, Auckland, as the country faces its worst outbreak in more than 22 years. “If you’re thinking of traveling into or out of Auckland, you should …
  • Australian celebrity food stylist Donna Hay cancels New Zealand tour 23 Sep 2019 07:48 Australian baking sensation and food stylist Donna Hay has cancelled her New Zealand tour, slated for December 2019.  Hay was due to bring her conversational show, An Evening with Donna Hay, to Auckland, Wellington and Christchurch. A regular visitor to …
  • Spark New Zealand appoints two new directors 23 Sep 2019 07:41 The Spark New Zealand Board appointed Warwick Bray, as a non-executive director, and chief executive Jolie Hodson, as an executive director, to the board. Both appointments are with effect from 23 September. Bray brings over four decades of experience in …
  • Solomon Islands and New Zealand Take Charge in Group A 23 Sep 2019 07:31 Both Solomon Islands and New Zealand have produced dominant performances to get their OFC Men’s Olympic Qualifying campaigns off to a flying start in Fiji. In the tournament’s opener at Suva’s ANZ National Stadium the Solomon Islanders cruised past …
  • One extra electorate seat 23 Sep 2019 06:47 September 23, 2019 1:00pm by David Farrar Stuff reports: New Zealand will gain one new North Island electorate at the 2020 election based on the troubled 2018 census. This is pretty much what you would expect as the NI population tends to grow faster than …
  • Measles outbreak: Case confirmed in Rangitoto College on Auckland's North Shore 23 Sep 2019 06:47 A student at New Zealand's largest school is one of the latest cases of measles confirmed in Auckland, as the city faces the most serious outbreak of the disease in recent years. Rangitoto College today sent a message to parents and caregivers …
  • Opinion: Editor Ilona Hanne says either have your say or stay silent 23 Sep 2019 06:31 Before you read this editorial, I should probably declare my bias. I believe in voting and I think everyone who is legally entitled to vote, should do so. There, I said it. You wouldn't think that was newsworthy really until you realise the voter …
  • STV and FPP - what do they mean and how do they work? 23 Sep 2019 06:31 What exactly is STV? And how does it differ from FPP? Stratford Press editor Ilona Hanne explains. Are you voting with STV or FPP in this year's Local Government elections? More importantly - do you know what that means and how each system works? …
  • Delays as night works to take place on Wairoa Bridge 23 Sep 2019 06:30 Night-owl motorists travelling over the Wairoa River Bridge tonight or tomorrow night can expect delays as roadworks take place. According to the New Zealand Transport Agency, the works will be undertaken between Taniwha Pl and Te Puna Station Rd from 7pm …
  • Bayfair underpass saga: Plans for new crossing near Concord Ave 23 Sep 2019 06:30 There are plans to build a new crossing for pedestrians and cyclists across Maunganui Rd between Spur Ave and Concord Ave in Tauranga. NZ Transport Agency chief advisor system design Kevin Reid said in a written statement the agency's immediate focus …
  • New fast chargers at seven supermarkets 23 Sep 2019 06:25 Press Release – Foodstuffs Limited Wellington has become an electric city this month, with fast charging stations being switched on at seven supermarket locations: • PAK’nSave Kilbirnie • PAK’nSAVE Petone • New World Island Bay • New World Karori • New …
  • Two Whangārei streets first in New Zealand to be declared smokefree 23 Sep 2019 05:48 Residents wanting cleaner air have made two adjoining Northland streets smokefree. In an official ceremony on Monday, Graham and Huapai Streets in Whangarei's Kensington were signposted with smokefree symbols. While there have been many beaches and …
  • Golf: Former long drive champion wins North Island Amateur in Whakatāne 23 Sep 2019 05:32 A former New Zealand long drive champion has also proved he has plenty of finesse in Whakatāne. Taranaki's Sam Jones scored a five-under-par 275 over four rounds, on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, to claim both the Bay of Plenty Open and North Island …
  • Number plates stolen from not-for-profit Rotorua centre St Chad's 23 Sep 2019 05:32 A local centre that helps people with disabilities get out in the community has fallen victim to a thief. The volunteer team at St Chad's Charitable Trust turned up to work this morning to find one of their mobility vans without number plates. Tailored …
  • Modi in US LIVE updates: After Houston event, PM arrives in New York 23 Sep 2019 05:22 Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Donald Trump at the ‘Howdy, Modi’ event in Texas. (Twitter/Narendra Modi) After addressing the over 50,000 members of the Indian diaspora in Texas at ‘Howdy, Modi’ event, Prime Minister Narendra Modi …
  • Anatomy of a streaming meltdown: What went wrong for Spark Sport on Saturday night 23 Sep 2019 05:16 The finger has been pointed at content delivery giant Akamai for Saturday night's Spark Sport streaming fail - which saw thousands receive substandard video, and the decision made to simulcast the All Blacks-South Africa game free on TVNZ. READ MORE: • …
  • IRD sending one million letters to Kiwis on wrong KiwiSaver tax rate 23 Sep 2019 05:16 The Inland Revenue Department will send more than one million letters to people on the wrong tax rate for KiwiSaver this year. But a financial adviser believes it will take more than letters to get people to change to the right tax rate given many of those …
  • Former All Black manager remembers best days of his life 23 Sep 2019 05:16 One half of the "Nick and Dick Show" – the two men responsible for making rugby's World Cup a reality – believes it's too early to pick how the All Blacks will fare at this year's event. Whakatāne's Dick Littlejohn said the team…
  • New Zealand gov't removes tax barriers for economic development 23 Sep 2019 04:56 New Zealand government removed two kinds of taxes to support local companies for a more productive, sustainable, and inclusive development on Monday, reports Trend referring to Xinhuanet.com. As part of the release of the government's economic plan, …
  • Wellington abuzz with seven new EV chargers at stores 23 Sep 2019 04:41 Wellington has become an electric city this month, with fast charging stations being switched on at seven separate supermarket locations: • PAK’nSave Kilbirnie • PAK’nSAVE Petone • New World Island Bay • New World Karori • New World Silverstream • New …
  • After Howdy Modi, PM arrives in New York for 74th UN General Assembly session 23 Sep 2019 04:40 A total of over 75 Heads of State and Foreign Ministers will be meeting with Modi. New York: Prime Minister Narendra Modi arrived here Sunday night to participate in the 74th Session of the UN General Assembly after delivering an electrifying address in …
  • New Aussie ships everyone wants to be on 23 Sep 2019 04:39 You know the feeling you get when you walk into a brand-new hotel or sit in a new car? Everything is immaculate, the design is state-of-the art, oh and let’s not forget that new carpet smell! It’s a similar feeling with ships. Australia’s summer cruise …
  • WA Police help in massive New Zealand drug bust 23 Sep 2019 03:28 WA Police have played a major role in a massive drug bust in New Zealand which has resulted in the seizure of more than 200kg of methamphetamine. Three men — including one Australian — have been arrested and 216kg of the drug was seized in Waikato this …
  • New Kiwis' club making the children of former refugees feel welcome 23 Sep 2019 02:53 Jasmine Glentworth is a student at Palmerston North Girls' High School who meets up with young people from Palmerston North's former refugee community at Te Aroha Noa community centre. "I saw the need to foster the community and connecting …
  • Census 2018- Changing population sees creation of new North Island electorate seat 23 Sep 2019 02:25 There will be an extra electorate seat in the North Island at the 2020 election and roughly one-third of electorate boundaries will change as a result of population growth in Census 2018. Photo: RNZ / Dom Thomas The Representation Commission will …
  • Taurua calls upon new faces to take on Australia 23 Sep 2019 02:02 Silver Ferns head coach Noeline Taurua has included two new faces to her Netball World Cup-winning side to face the Australian Diamonds next month. Defender Michaela Sokolich-Beatson comes in for Casey Kopua who announced her retirement from all netball at …
  • Hawke's Bay companies awarded $14 million in PGF windfall 23 Sep 2019 01:50 Hawke's Bay companies have been awarded more than $14 million in a windfall from the Provincial Growth Fund, with food innovation and employment opportunities the focus. The big winner is Hawke's Bay Food Innovation Hub, which has been awarded $12 …
  • AIMS Games: Taradale Intermediate top medal table 23 Sep 2019 01:50 Taradale Intermediate School hockey player Connor Harvey admitted he was a little apprehensive as his team travelled to the recent AIMS Games in Tauranga. "While I had faith we could go back-to-back I didn't know what the other teams would turn up …
  • Hawke's Bay principal primed to bring local voice to national role as NZPF president 23 Sep 2019 01:50 Hastings Intermediate School principal Perry Rush is "very" excited to focus a regional lens on national issues as he prepares to start his role as president of the New Zealand Principals' Federation. "One of the things which suffers the …
  • Census 2018: Bay of Plenty New Zealand's second-fastest-growing region 23 Sep 2019 01:38 The Bay of Plenty is the second-fastest-growing region in New Zealand, 2018 Census data released today shows. Between 2013 and 2018 the region's population grew 15.2 per cent to 308,499. It was pipped only by Northland, which was up 18.1 per cent The …
  • Hospital’s use of motels demonstrates perils of ‘short-termism’ 23 Sep 2019 01:31 Press Release – Association of Salaried Medical Specialists News that Wellington Hospital is using motels to deal with patient over-flow is a consequence of the short-termism that characterises new hospital builds in New Zealand, says Angela Belich, Acting …
  • Census 2018: New Zealand to gain one new seat in 2020 election 23 Sep 2019 01:11 New Zealand will gain one new North Island electorate at the 2020 election based on the troubled 2018 census. But the Opposition has indicated it may dispute the new electorate's existence as it rejects the validity of the census data itself. …
  • Spark New Zealand Appoints Chief Executive Jolie Hodson As An Executive Director 23 Sep 2019 00:23
  • One new electorate for the North Island 23 Sep 2019 00:17 Press Release – Statistics New Zealand Population growth since 2013 has resulted in one new general electorate in the North Island but no change to the number of Mori electorates for the next general election, Stats NZ said today.23 September 2019 …
  • New Zealand’s population reflects growing diversity 23 Sep 2019 00:17 Press Release – Statistics New Zealand Results from the 2018 Census show New Zealands cultural make-up is becoming more diverse after high population growth in the past five years, Stats NZ said today. 23 September 2019 Results from the 2018 Census show …
  • New Zealand referee Ben O'Keefe crossed the line with low five of Fiji player in Wallabies' Rugby World Cup win 23 Sep 2019 00:17 OPINION: Kiwi World Cup rugby referee Ben O'Keefe should get a rap over the knuckles, but nothing more, for his brain snap "low five" with a Fijian player in Saturday's stirring defeat to the Wallabies. O'Keefe, one of two New Zealand …
  • Meal time dilemma made easier thanks to new business delivery service in Nelson 23 Sep 2019 00:17 A new food delivery service is getting ready to serve hungry customers across Nelson and Richmond.  Wellington-based Delivereasy are setting up shop in Nelson on Wednesday, teaming up with a group of local restaurants to bring take-aways direct to their …
  • Census 2018: New Zealand population is larger and more diverse 23 Sep 2019 00:16 New Zealand will hit the milestone of 5 million people in 2020 and new census data shows an increasingly diverse population. The country has grown at its fastest rate ever seen between censuses. Half of the country's population now lives north of Taupō …
  • Now 54 and a mother of three, SARAH JESSICA PARKER is happier taste-testing her new wine 22 Sep 2019 22:01 Sarah is to blame for me missing the dinner reservations I’d made for myself and my friend last night. Two hours before our booking, we cracked open a bottle of SJP sauvignon blanc, her new wine produced in partnership with New Zealand-based wine merchants …
  • New Zealand is top of the world for Bowel Cancer 22 Sep 2019 21:54 New Zealand has the sad honour of having the highest rate of bowel (colorectal) cancer in the world. Thousands of people are affected annually and even more are affected indirectly - family members and loved ones dealing with the heartbreak and often loss …
  • Backstreet Boys announce second New Zealand show 22 Sep 2019 20:54 Just a little more than a week after announcing their New Zealand concert, the Backstreet Boys have added a second show due to "overwhelming" demand. They'll now play Spark Arena May 17 as well as May 16 and tickets for the new gig go on sale …
  • An aspirin a day keeps heart disease away, new study finds 22 Sep 2019 20:52 An aspirin a day could help stave off heart disease - even if you have no history of it, according to a new study. Despite its link to internal bleeding, scientists found the benefits of the drug may outweigh the risks for many patients without known …
  • Caramilk chocolate is back on shelves in New Zealand 22 Sep 2019 20:02 The rumours are true: Cadbury is bringing back Caramilk chocolate. The company says "overwhelming fan requests" have brought Caramilk back to Kiwi shelves. "It's the fans who are responsible for bringing Caramilk back, which is why we…
  • Alison Miller: 'An ideal start for Ireland but new style may be needed for big tests ahead' 22 Sep 2019 19:24 And should Ireland play it safe against Japan and secure the points with the same multi-phase, attritional game we saw yesterday or risk adding more expansiveness, which it looks like they’ll need if they meet South Africa in the knockout stages? We …
  • A Strange New World: Economic Slowdown, Liquidity Issues 22 Sep 2019 19:14 The Worldwide Slowdown An image of some red risk dice GettyThe world’s slowdown continues. China’s growth rate is the slowest in years. Exports there are down as are imports, and pork prices (their protein staple) are up 40% due to swine flu. India, …
  • Bereaved parents get new info site but support remains inconsistent 22 Sep 2019 19:11 This article contains images that may be distressing to some people ​Erich Livengood still sets the kitchen table for four children every day.​ He and his wife lost their son in June 2018, at 39½ weeks. He just stopped kicking – no-one knows why. The shock …
  • Pop sensation Carly Rae Jepsen announces first ever New Zealand show 22 Sep 2019 19:10 Carly Rae Jepsen has been one of pop's icons since her smash hit Call Me Maybe dropped in 2011 and now a full eight years later, she's finally coming to New Zealand for the first time. The visit has not only been years in the making, but has taken …
  • Carly Rae Jepsen announces her first New Zealand show, performing in December 22 Sep 2019 19:09 More than seven years since the release of her hit song Call Me Maybe, Carly Rae Jepsen has announced her first New Zealand show. The Canadian pop star would play in Auckland this December, at the Town Hall.  Her one-off show in New Zealand was part of the …
  • Jacinda Ardern to take climate change stage in New York 22 Sep 2019 18:35 Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern is expected to unveil a New Zealand-led trade initiative to remove tariffs on climate change technology and cut global fossil fuel subsidies while in New York this week. And while her brand is seen to have taken a hit in the …
  • New Zealand 23-13 South Africa- All Blacks hold off spirited Springboks 22 Sep 2019 17:39 Rugby World Cup: Watch day two's best moments as Australia, France and New Zealand win 2019 Rugby World Cup: New Zealand v South Africa New Zealand: (17) 23 Tries: Bridge, Barrett Pens: Mo'unga 2, Barrett Cons: Mo'unga 2 South Africa: (3) 13 …
  • Sibley and Banton could be drafted in for England tour of New Zealand 22 Sep 2019 17:16 Warwickshire opener Dominic Sibley and Somerset firecracker Tom Banton may be drafted in as England national selector Ed Smith names the Test and Twenty20 squads for the upcoming tour of New Zealand.Sibley furthered his case for a spot in the Test side by …
  • England hopeful Dominic Sibley will be 'difficult to look past' for New Zealand Tests 22 Sep 2019 16:59 England hopeful Dominic Sibley will be 'difficult to look past' for New Zealand Tests September 22, 2019 | 8:04 PM by Agencies Dom Sibley of England Lions plays a shot during the match between England Lions and Australia A at The Spitfire Ground on …
  • BCB confirms Under-19s tour of New Zealand 22 Sep 2019 15:44 Ahead of the Under-19 World Cup next year, Bangladesh will have an opportunity to gain match time when they play New Zealand in five Youth ODIs. The tour is significant given this will be the first time a Bangladesh team will travel to New Zealand …
  • WATCH | Springboks vs All Blacks: How did SA players rate against New Zealand? 22 Sep 2019 15:30 Ratings: Willie le Roux: 5 – Not a great day for the experienced fullback. He was jittery under the high ball in the first half and despite some promising forays on attack‚ his final ankle-high pass to Cheslin Kolbe cost his team a try. Cheslin Kolbe: 9 – …
  • New Zealand rivers degrading in quality, says study 22 Sep 2019 13:37 More New Zealand rivers and streams from Northland to Southland are degrading in quality than improving, a study has found. Land, Air, Water Aotearoa (LAWA) has released its findings from a 10-year report into trends in river water quality. The report …
  • Anger in New Zealand over Rugby World Cup stream... 22 Sep 2019 09:02  22 Sep 2019 - 10:32 International Stadium Yokohama, Yokohama, Japan - September 21, 2019. New Zealand fan inside the stadium before the match. REUTERS/Rebecca Naden Wellington: New Zealand's Rugby World Cup broadcaster apologised to furious All …
  • New Zealand players bow in show of respect to Japanese supporters 22 Sep 2019 08:38 YOKOHAMA – The victorious New Zealand players made sure to take a Japanese-style bow to every corner of International Stadium Yokohama on Saturday “to show a bit of love back” to the sea of local fans who came dressed in All Blacks colors. The world …
  • Measles outbreak in New Zealand nears 1400, Auckland sees encephalitis cases - Outbreak News Today 22 Sep 2019 07:46 By NewsDesk  @infectiousdiseasenews In a follow-up on the measles outbreak in New Zealand, country health officials report through Friday, 1384 confirmed cases of measles across the country, with 1151 of these confirmed cases in the Auckland region. Image…
  • Fans accused of disrespecting the New Zealand haka but not everyone's angry about it 22 Sep 2019 06:49 It's one of the most iconic sights in world rugby. But the haka's first appearance at the 2019 World Cup in Japan has led to something of a split on social media. Ahead of New Zealand's opening match against South Africa on Saturday, sections …
  • Cheslin Kolbe confirms he avoided injury in South Africa’s loss to New Zealand 22 Sep 2019 03:24 Cheslin Kolbe has handed South Africa a big boost by confirming he avoided any injury in Saturday’s 23-13 loss to New Zealand.The Toulouse wing lit up the Yokohama clash, bamboozling All Blacks defenders with his lightning footwork. The 25-year-old offered …
  • New Zealand Start Rugby World Cup Title Defense with Win over South Africa 22 Sep 2019 03:05 YOKOHAMA, Japan – Two-time defending champion and tournament favorite New Zealand kicked off their Rugby World Cup title defense with a key 23-13 win on Saturday over South Africa. Two tries scored by the All Blacks’ George Bridge and Scott Barrett over a …
  • Graham Henry had a searingly honest view of how New Zealand would be feeling before their first Rugby World Cup match 22 Sep 2019 02:52 Elite rugby is a no nonsense place. Tough decisions have to be made, bodies have to be put on the line and players who don't live up to the very highest standards are swiftly replaced. But players and coaches who've moved into TV punditry have to …
  • Erasmus backs New Zealand for World Cup but warns of stiffer challenges 22 Sep 2019 01:43 Sport South Africa coach Rassie Erasmus said New Zealand remain the favourites for the Rugby World Cup, but warned they will face tougher challenges than his Springbok side later in the competition. 22 Sep 2019 09:00AM Bookmark TOKYO: South Africa coach …
  • Korean superstars BTS are in New Zealand, seemingly filming a travel show 21 Sep 2019 22:13 K-pop superstars BTS are in New Zealand, and appear to be here filming a new season of their travel programme. The seven-piece boy band has been posting from New Zealand in recent days. In some posts, fans have noticed band members appear to be wearing …
  • Sparks of brilliance see New Zealand vanquish South Africa in Rugby World Cup first round 21 Sep 2019 19:45 Issued on: 21/09/2019 - 14:45 Defending champions New Zealand burnished their credentials as favourites for the Rugby World Cup with a hard-fought 23-13 win against top contenders South Africa in a blockbuster match in Yokohama on Saturday. The …
  • New Zealand Beats South Africa, Passing Early Test 21 Sep 2019 18:58 YOKOHAMA, Japan — When New Zealand and South Africa were drawn into the same pool for this year’s Rugby World Cup, even casual fans took notice. Two of the sport’s super-heavyweights, they have met 45 times since 2000. Recently, they have seemed as evenly …
  • New Zealand fans vent frustration at TV black out 21 Sep 2019 17:53 Many New Zealanders have expressed anger at not being able to watch the All Blacks’ first match of this year’s Rugby World Cup due to errors in a new streaming service, with more than 10,000 calling the service’s emergency hotline for assistance. Rights …
  • Inside New Zealand's growing music merchandise business 21 Sep 2019 17:43 When Elvis Presley became the first musical artist to endorse a line of personalised collectibles in the late 1950s, how could anyone have ever predicted the mega industry band merchandise would become? Even the King himself was reportedly unsure that …
  • New Zealand treasures to visit before it's too late 21 Sep 2019 16:36 OPINION: New Zealand has a few natural treasures - like glaciers and our largest tree - that may not be seen by future generations. Tourists come from all over the world to see them, so how many have you ticked off? BROOK SABIN Lake Pukaki is the largest …
  • New Zealand in 2050- The scenario if emissions are curbed 21 Sep 2019 16:36 What if the world could get carbon emissions under control and slow the rise in global average temperatures? In this news report from the future, Stuff's Harrison Christian explains the scenario, as outlined by volumes of research and expert interviews …
  • Inside the America's Cup race as Team New Zealand ramp up 21 Sep 2019 16:36 With two boats in the water and two more imminent, the race for the America's Cup is officially on and developing as fast as an AC75 on foils. The revolutionary monohulls have quickly captured the attention of yachting gurus and the wider sporting …
  • Research project set to prepare New Zealand for Mt Taranaki eruption 21 Sep 2019 16:36 A Mt Taranaki eruption could spark decades-long volcanic activity, widespread disruption and cause a multi-billion dollar hit to the economy. Researchers from the University of Auckland are aiming to have processes in place for dealing with that scale of …
  • Ablaze- The story of one of New Zealand's deadliest disasters 21 Sep 2019 16:35 On November 18, 1947, as a fire took hold in the basement of Ballantynes department store in Christchurch, 500 employees kept working and hundreds of shoppers roamed through the showrooms or chatted over tea and cakes in the cafe. Staff were eagerly …
  • How to lighten your impact on the New Zealand environment while travelling 21 Sep 2019 16:35 OPINION: After decades of conservationists living on the fringes and fighting the good fight to protect our beautiful planet, sustainability has finally become the buzzword of 2019 and being eco is now trendy. Only recently the world watched as young …
  • Planning to visit New Zealand? You might now need an NZeTA 21 Sep 2019 16:35 Many travellers wanting to visit New Zealand will soon need an electronic authorisation, thanks to a new government requirement starting next month. The New Zealand Electronic Travel Authority (NZeTA) will be required for most people visiting the country …
  • National inventory of climate risks a 'milestone' for New Zealand 21 Sep 2019 16:35 The Government is creating a national inventory of assets and taonga threatened over the next century by climate change. The National Climate Change Risk Assessment (NCCRA) will outline how the expected effects of climate change – such as warmer …
  • New Zealand in 2050- The scenario if temperatures keep rising 21 Sep 2019 16:35 Understanding the full impact of our changing climate three decades from now is one of the obstacles to action. In this news report from the future, Stuff's Harrison Christian details our predicament, as outlined by volumes of research and expert …
  • Why New Zealand Filmmakers Are Telling More of Their Own Stories - Hollywood Reporter 21 Sep 2019 16:35 Annabelle Sheehan, chief executive of the New Zealand Film Commission, likes to say that Disney's Thor: Ragnarok was "the most expensive New Zealand film ever made — which Hollywood and Australia paid for." The film, of course, isn't …
  • Amazon's 'Lord of the Rings' to film in familiar place- New Zealand 21 Sep 2019 16:34 Amazon has greenlit the 'Lord of the Rings' TV series for a multi-season order Time WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) — Amazon announced Wednesday it will film its upcoming television series "The Lord of the Rings" in New Zealand, marking a …
  • Indonesia vows to send back contaminated plastic waste to New Zealand 21 Sep 2019 16:34 Indonesia has vowed to send back contaminated plastic waste - in a move some say exposes New Zealand's "dirty secret" of shipping used, low-grade plastic offshore.  This week, Indonesian officials inspected 2041 shipping containers of used …
  • New Zealand 23-13 South Africa- Awesome All Blacks await if Ireland slip up 21 Sep 2019 16:34 Ireland's World Cup quarter-final glass ceiling has just got even higher to smash through. The All Blacks and the Springboks clashed in front of an enthralled 63,649 attendance in Yokohama today in their first game of these finals - and effectively for …
  • Workers Struggles- Asia, Australia and New Zealand Socialist Web Site 21 Sep 2019 16:34   Workers Struggles: Asia, Australia and New Zealand GM workers in South Korea strike over wages; Pakistan higher education teachers walkout; Psychologists continue industrial action in New Zealand 21 September 2019 Asia South Korean GM workers strike over …
  • Air New Zealand business class- what to expect 21 Sep 2019 16:34 When flying business class on any major airline, you have the right to expect a comfortable armchair-bed, superior cuisine and priority service. With Air New Zealand Business Premier, travellers benefit from all those assets but with one very important …
  • England considering interim coach for New Zealand tour - SuperSport 21 Sep 2019 16:34 {"slug":"cricket","name":"Cricket","menu":[{"name":"Current & Future Tours","uri":"\/cricket\/international\/current-and-future-tours"},{"name…