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In previous years this would have been a shock upset, but after a first-up home defeat to a youthful Waikato side, another loss for the Lions, their first against Northland since 2000, was never out of the question in Whangarei.
A Nelson woman wants to see greater competition on air services between here and Dunedin, after forking out $1352 for return airfares for herself and her husband to fly to a funeral.
As spring approaches and the great outdoors beckon, Danielle Wright finds plenty on offer around town for the family dog.
A majority of voters approve of farm sales to foreigners only when it brings a significant advantage over a New Zealand buyer such as jobs, according to the latest Herald -DigiPoll survey.
PaigeToft, of Auckland, learns about careers in the tourism and hospitality industry at a Workchoice Trust day with Hilton Hotel general manager Roger Brantsma.
NetworkRail is to invest A 25m in the project, which will also see other platforms lengthened to accommodate longer trains Two new platforms are to be built at Waverley Station in Edinburgh using the space left by the removal of its taxi ranks.
Highlands and Islands Enterprise is supporting the venture, and has been highlighting how Brora has embraced innovation in the past, earning it the unusual nickname of Electric City.
The National Band of New Zealand is an entity owned and controlled by the Brass Band Association of New Zealand to showcase New Zealand's best brass and percussion players and New Zealand's unique brass repertoire at international concert and contest events.
Before my wife, Emily, and I moved our family thousands of miles from upstate New York to the Wairarapa, we did research.
Millbrook property and development manager Ben O'Malley and director of golf Brian Spicer at Dalgleish Farm, which the resort has just bought.
A retired cancer clinician has described claims that only independence can protect Scotland's NHS from privatisation as "utter lies".
The seawater baths at Stonehaven, beside the bone-chilling North Sea, are back in vogue as lidos the length and breadth of Britain stage a comeback.
QUIET EVOLUTION: During the past five years, a storm's been brewing behind the scenes thanks to online shopping, Peter Huskin says.
AN influx of Russian tourists has helped Scotland become a booming hotspot for visitor spending, with tills ringing up far faster growth than in London.
So, Miley Cyrus is coming to New Zealand, one show - The Bangerz Tour . I'm not joking when I say that I would go to that.
Depending on popularity or record label backing, when a Kiwi band tours overseas it may hire a van or bus to tour across the United States or Europe.
Updated: Sat Aug 23, 2014 07:22 am
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