The country's recorded 144 new Covid-19 community cases today...as health officials keep an eye on the new Omicron variant
The country's recorded 144 new Covid-19 community cases today...as health officials keep an eye on the new Omicron variant full story
Breakers boss Matt Walsh has shed light on what it's like to contract Covid-19
Breakers boss Matt Walsh has shed light on what it's like to contract Covid-19 full story
Hastings' mayor says a new Covid-19 community case is a reminder they'll be living with the virus
Hastings' mayor says a new Covid-19 community case is a reminder they'll be living with the virus full story
Quote of the Day
"La plus perdue de toutes les journees est celle ou l'on n'a pas ri. The most wasted of all days is the day one did not laugh." Chamfort, Nicolas (1741-1794)
1893 - Women vote in first general election
New Zealand women went to the polls for the first time, just 10 weeks after the governor signed the Electoral Act 1893, making this country the first in in which women had the right to vote in parliamentary elections. more...
1953 - New Zealand's first family planning clinic opens
The first family planning clinic opened in a suite of rooms above a garage in Remuera, Auckland. more...
1979 - 257 killed on Mt Erebus
On the morning of 28 November 1979, Air New Zealand Flight TE901 left Auckland for an 11-hour return sightseeing flight to Antarctica. At 12.49 p.m. (New Zealand Standard Time), the aircraft crashed into the lower slopes of Mt Erebus, killing all 257 passengers and crew. more...
2008 - Air New Zealand A320 crashes in France
An Air NZ Airbus A320 crashed off the coast of France. All seven people on board, including five New Zealanders, were killed. It was 29 years to the day since Air NZ Flight TE901 had crashed in Antarctica, killing all 257 on board more...
NZ Site of the Day
Help Us to Help You!If you have any suggestions on how we could make NZCity your ultimate tool please fill in your comments below and hit the submit button. We will do our best to reply to all of your ideas and queries. Thanks for your support - The NZCity Team