The Iguana previously stolen from a reptile park in Wellsford has been safely returned after it was snatched from its home ...
At a time of heightened violations of human rights and International Humanitarian Law (IHL) by the US-backed Armed Forces of the Philippines, and rapid US military build-up in the Philippines and ...
Huge congratulations to all the finalists and awards winners at the 2024 New Zealand Plumbing Awards on Friday 12 April at Tākina Convention Centre, Wellington These are awarded to three Masterlink ...
The Selwyn House School Board of Trustees has announced to its school community that it will be permanently closing the on-site Boarding House as of 13 December 2024 (the end of the 2024 school year).
A court in Ecuador has sentenced Swedish software developer and digital rights activist, Ola Bini, to one year in prison for “Attempted Non-Consensual Access to a Computer System.” ...
Commercial work undertaken by a Department of Internal Affairs’ legal team will be fully outsourced to private law firms ...
Over 600 activists from around the world have converged in Mar del Plata, Argentina, to launch the 5th People’s Health Assembly (PHA 5). Under the motto “Making ‘Health for All’ our path to ‘Buen ...
A new Taxpayers’ Union – Curia poll has revealed that 53% of New Zealanders believe that the Government should continue to ...
Daqqah finished his original 37-year sentence in March 2023, but his release was blocked because, in 2018, Israeli authorities charged him with attempting to smuggle mobile phones into prison and ...
The Māori Affairs Committee is calling for public submissions on the Te Pire Whakatupua mō Te Kāhui Tupua/Taranaki Maunga ...
The last section of SH6, which runs along the West Coast between Hokitika and Haast, will open at 6 pm, and remain open ...
“Our country faces the most unstable global environment in decades,” Mr Peters says at the conclusion of two weeks of ...