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A lot of less-than-reliable information gets passed around when it comes to natural medicines. Wellington-based pharmaceutical research company Honeylab is a happy exception to the rule, creating a buzz with ...
Where David Downs spends far too much time posting pics of his meals
DB Export has produced a biofuel product made from yeast slurry leftover from the beer-brewing process and it plans to sell it commercially. Seriously.
In a world where you ain’t anyone unless you have an online presence, the sex industry has also embraced fast-changing technology, with many independent workers becoming savvy digital players.
The name may make it sound like alien tech, but the MARS imaging scanner has the potential to revolutionise medicine – and it’s being developed by researchers and students right ...
This exceptional brand building opportunity is translating directly into sales for the Kiwi designers, as readers who view their magazines on tablet devices are able to simply touch an outfit on-screen to be redirected to the specific garment on SheShops.com where they can purchase the garments straight from the page.
Play and fun experiments sound more like indulgent time wasters than a strategy for profitable business. But some of London digital agency Sennep’s most successful work has come from just ...
Four ANZ ATMs get a Matariki makeover
Wellington-based craft beer brewery Garage Project has grown from humble beginnings since Pete Gillespie, brother Ian Gillespie, and Jos Ruffel started out in 2011 using a 500 litre "glorified home ...
Business success doesn’t just happen because you want it to. You have to work hard at putting the foundations in place. One of those fundamentals is an internal culture that ...
The Lifewise Big Sleepout this Thursday (July 2) sees 150 soft corporate types abandon their comfy beds to raise money to combat homelessness
Bosses set the standard for the office and workplace attitude - to do work, or to not?
Who hasn’t been spooked by the accuracy of an obviously targeted post at one time or another? During one of my better moments I visited a single health and fitness site and, for the next week, every site I visited was populated with those annoying ‘Mike Chang’s Six Pack Shortcuts’ ads. These days, when we peer into our technology, we often find our technology peering back.
Five bits of frivolity for a hearty dose of Friday distraction