The government has proposed a major shakeup of New Zealand’s polytechnics and ITOs. Associate professor at MAINZ Dr John Bassett weighs in on the controversial move.
From extracting hemp oil to African artificial insemination programmes, a Christchurch-developed super refrigerator is taking the business of freezing to new levels.
Two 20-year-old students have created an app that combines the brevity of Q&A platforms like Yahoo Answers and Quora with the visual nature of websites like YouTube and Instagram.
Marsha Pohatu has lost two front teeth and seen friends die while working in the New Zealand trucking sector. The industry's culture of dangerous practices has to stop, she says.
On this week's Primer, we talk to brand strategist James Hurman whose latest venture, Storytech, wants to help small businesses work out their elevator pitch in a single day.
Last week, a survey attempted to measure the impact of more than 30 local social media influencers on Instagram. One blogger, however, believes its results should be taken with a grain of salt.
He’s 23-years-old and runs a $9 million online company that interviews successful business leaders and then posts them online. Who is Unfiltered co-founder Jake Millar?
A property developer and a restaurateur have spent $10m purchasing a Queenstown mountain they plan to turn into a commercially viable eco-haven.
EAT-Lancet's edict that we should eat only half a bacon rasher a day and one egg a week has upset pretty much everyone. Where does it leave New Zealand's farming-based economy?
On this week's Primer, we talk to Solvej (sool-vay) Swings co-founder Jenny Etherington whose business makes sustainable and long-lasting swings for babies and toddlers.
New Zealanders have been filling their homes (and hearts) with cool, trendy houseplants in recent years. But why are we all so obsessed? And why are some plants so expensive?
President Trump has been compared with Shakespeare's autocratic Richard III. New Zealanders watching their diminishing KiwiSaver balances should take note.