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Heavy fog at Auckland International Airport has led to two international flights being diverted and delays on some regional services this morning. A flight from Melbourne and a flight from Guangzhou have been diverted to Christchurch, but other
Two people have escaped from a car stuck in flood water in Northland as wild weather continues to hammer the upper North Island...Send your newstips, photos and video to firstname.lastname@example.org The weather has caused havoc on the roads, knocked out
Property players developing their own sites as buoyant sector makes it harder to buy assets, says expert. Listed property businesses are selling older assets but a buoyant market is making it harder to find newly built replacements, forcing them to
Castle-Hughes will co-host live variety show Happy Hour with Temuera Morrison. Photo / Doug Sherring Whale Rider star Keisha Castle-Hughes will pay tribute to the film that catapulted her to international fame during a visit to New Zealand this week.
A friend's father recommended working in sector to Peter Alexander he hasn't looked back Peter Alexander is now the chief executive of DNZ Property. Photo / Richard Robinson Peter "Big Pete" Alexander got into property almost accidentally, on the
Fiji bank officer Arun Kumar migrated to New Zealand 10 years ago so that his children could have the opportunity of a better life and greater education opportunities. He and his wife were a hardworking couple and in five years they managed to save
June 2014 ASB North Wharf Best of the Best ASB North Wharf has been awarded the top honour at the Property Council New Zealand Rider Levett Bucknall Property Industry Awards 2014. The project entry received the coveted Supreme Award as the best of
Adrian Littlewood, chief executive of Auckland International Airport, tells us what he's learnt in business and who he would invite to his dream dinner party...Keep a focus on driving productivity from what we already have as a country and making New
A story involving four Brazilians, two suitcases, and ''a large quantity of white powder'' from South America continues to play out in New Zealand courtrooms. In March, customs officials busted a Brazilian man was busted at Auckland International
Profit was being put ahead of negative environmental effects in large areas of the city. Photo / Richard Robinson City residents are upset about Auckland International Airport's 30-year vision and say the business is failing to deal with noise issues.