46 min ago | Southland Times
Frankie the cat has a friend for life in Jana Beth and Tim Mosley, of York, England.
3 hrs ago | The New Zealand Herald
The New Zealand Herald is the fastest-growing daily newspaper in the country with readership increasing every single day of the week, the latest Nielsen audience numbers show.
5 hrs ago | TMCnet
A new multi-jurisdictional customer service center has become available for residents in New Zealand.
10 hrs ago | Marlborough Express
"Every morning here at breakfast people comment about New Zealand. Almost all, including Americans, say what a beautiful country this is, 'But the towns - what they are doing?', they ask.
14 hrs ago | Scoop
US Embassy Wellington History will repeat itself this Sunday as a group of United States Marines retrace the footsteps of their former comrades, seven decades later.
18 hrs ago | Calgary Herald
CBE chief superintendent Naomi Johnson racked up $1,110.92 in international data roaming charges on her tablet while on a taxpayer-paid trip to New Zealand.
SLEEPLESS NIGHT: Pierre-Oliver Pigeon, 21, and Maude Rousseau, 18, of Montreal, were among the travellers told to leave Christchurch airport at midnight.
CYCLISTS can saddle up and take part in an exhilirating 50-mile charity night ride through the streets of Edinburgh to raise funds for the Primrose Hospice.
Adam Hutchinson is helping travellers in New Zealand find their way to the toilet.
A new photographic guide of New Zealand fossils is expected to become a landmark reference for local fossil hunters for many years.
Ruby directing manager Christine Sharma believes New Zealand labels have to adapt to survive in the new online environment.
Tourism Bay of Plenty general manager Rhys Arrowsmith unveiled plans for promoting the Bay of Plenty at a tourism operator event on Monday night.
When a cruise ship comes in there may be 300 people in an hour and some businesses struggled with that.
Otago Heritage Bus Society deputy chairman Peter Dowden in Queenstown on Sunday with the first Mount Cook Denning Jumboliner.
Stan Walker will well and truly hit the road this year, taking on an extensive national tour that will see him travel from Whangarei to Invercargill, playing 23 shows across the country through September and October.
An evolution is happening in doctors' surgeries across New Zealand, aimed at making better use of work-based rehabilitation to help people recover from injuries.