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The Christchurch earthquakes changed the rules around heritage buildings. Dunedin had to decide to bowl or strengthen. Suzanne Middleton talked to some enlightened enthusiasts in the old warehouse district who ...
Patents are a virtue
How new advances in drone technology have caused a big increase in patent applications
Sensor workshop brings local and UK experts to find smart-technology solutions for urban cities
Spark to Commerce Commission: rework your numbers
Who needs coffins? Capsula Mundi wants to turn dead people into trees.
Six months after the Frances Jerard launched her fashion label, her collection “NZ to NY” will be featured as part of the J Spring Fashion Show
Vivien Bridgwater has a new task – finding a positioning statement for Auckland
AUT University is working with trauma patients on recognising emotions
Typewriters are back, really?
But we are wrong if we assume that most SME owners are fired by the sort of entrepreneurial spirit that saw Icebreaker founder Jeremy Moon declare (at the tender age of 24), the “burning desire to build an international brand”, a gene that makes ambition their guiding star and a growth objective that leads to a share floatation.
Five bits of frivolity for a hearty dose of Friday distraction.