Last night Wellington City Council voted for a spatial plan that will allow some intensification of housing, but the problems run much deeper.
The housing market has bolted and destroyed the dreams for our youngest people. And there’s no real prospect leaders can (or want to) wrangle it back to affordability.
Podcast | Scroll Media founder Jane Ormsby joins Simon Pound to talk innovation in the online ad industry and share some tips for selling a business.
“I hate what we’re served up as a community so it has to change”: An innovative business accelerator programme is helping change the way South Aucklanders think about their local cuisine.
On this week's episode of Business is Boring, Simon Pound talks to Thomas Dietz, founder and CEO of Woop, about breaking into the competitive food box market.
With government continuing to drag its heels on getting to carbon zero, businesses will have to forge ahead on their own to slash emissions – because fudging and prevarication are â€¦
Last month, three climate activist investors managed to win seats on Exxon Mobile’s board of directors, sending a strong warning to an industry that is already facing mounting pressure.
The retirement commissioner has called for an urgent review of the NZ retirement village legal framework, which risks becoming 'outdated and unfit for purpose'.
With the pandemic pushing blockbuster releases and shutting audiences indoors with their streaming services, movie theatres have had to innovate to survive.
Podcast | Simon Pound speaks to Steve Leftly, cofounder of pioneering wearable tech company Myovolt, as they launch their first major consumer products.