New Zealand News
News on New Zealand continually updated from thousands of sources around the net.
Trending on the Topix Network
WELLINGTON, New Zealand-New Zealand dairy firms are gradually being allowed to sell baby formula in China again following a clampdown that saw hundreds of brands shut out of the market earlier this year.
Labour Leader David Cunliffe says a Government he led would invest up to $200 million over four years in development projects aimed at resuscitating flagging regional economies.
Smartphone users will soon be using their phones as 'digital wallets' with new technology now allowing payments to be made through many Android devices.
IMPORTANT MOVE: Labour spokesman for housing Phil Twyford, left, helps Awarua Synergy underfloor insulation team leader Shannan Kapene make a southern home warmer.
Just how many Homer Simpson tattoos should a devoted fan have? Lee Weir has covered himself in 41 and this is a world record.
New Zealand's climbing community is in awe of the first solo ascent of a difficult South Island peak in Mt Aspiring National Park.
The Government's top-down policies are failing on domestic abuse, says a new report which calls for a national agency and regional hubs, writes Caleb Harris .
Via Xinhua, a very interesting report: Christchurch quakes take toll on survivors' mental health: study .
Roy Morgan Research Everyone is unique, but we have plenty of things in common with each other too.
Banks Peninsula is the result of a six-million-year-old volcanic tantrum which left a scenic legacy of steep hills, deep harbours and a frill of picturesque bays.
Migrant numbers are soaring - with annual arrivals to New Zealand topping 100,000 for the first time in the 12 months to June.
Lee Weir, a 27-year-old from Auckland, New Zealand, recently set the Guinness World Records title for "most tattoos of the same cartoon character tattooed on the body."
David Cunliffe, with Labour candidate Liz Craig in Queenstown, where he took his break after two days in bed with flu.
Our gratitude goes to all those who have worked so diligently for the Party - the thousands of people who generously gave, and still give of their time, talent and energy to support what we stand for.
A car was swept away and houses flooded as torrential rain battered Northland for a second straight week.
He said police patrols and contractors were out in force, trying to clear the roads and direct traffic in the affected areas, which included Wellsford, Waipu, Ruakaka and Maungatapere.
Updated: Tue Jul 22, 2014 01:47 am
Copyright © 2014 Topix LLC