Much like Ritalin for dreamy children, controlled levels of coffee consumption can make you work harder, faster and better then ever before. And, guess what, there’s a new app to help you do it.
Objectspace's latest exhibit is a nod to the five young creatives lucky enough to showcase their work at Talente 2011, Germany’s prestigious craft, design and tech fest for emerging talent from around the globe.
Jesse Mulligan is an unabashed JAFA, because self-loathing JAFAs are just so darn unattractive.
Sick of having to wrestle with mounds of plastic to unwrap your meat or veges? Finding there’s more plastic in Barbie’s wrapping than the doll itself? Having to stuff your pockets with wrappings after enjoying a prune or two?
There are a few adjectives that come to mind when I think of Sir Richard Branson – brash, flamboyant, eccentric. I was therefore unprepared for Branson’s humility in Screw Business as Usual, describing why it is essential modern businesses rethink and re-evaluate their current business practices.
New Zealand has never been one to shy away from women’s rights, but there’s still work to be done.
The Green Living Show – New Zealand’s only expo focusing on all things eco and organic – is back in 2012.
Bob Harvey says Auckland will never cease to fascinate him.
Auckland is a city of opportunity, reckons ex-mayor John Banks.
Prime minister John Key and Air New Zealand head Rob Fyfe are among the judges of a new business award scheme launched this week.