Aucklanders are lining up to have their backyards turned into ”micro-farms.”
Husband and wife team Chris Caley and Melanie McVean gave themselves an almighty challenge. In May 2015 they staged a 24-hour “hackathon” and tasked themselves with developing a fully functional [ … ]
Artificial intelligence (AI) will have an extreme impact on New Zealand’s agriculture and health sectors in the next decade. That’s according to a recent white paper from Callaghan Innovation, which [ … ]
A home-grown Horowhenua building firm is looking to significantly ramp up production on its relocatable eco-homes, with a new factory.
A Golden Bay couple who built a hacienda-style mud brick inn with their bare hands 23 years ago are selling up and moving on.
The third in the New Zealand Herald’s Small Talk video series – in association with MYOB.
A quarter of New Zealand SMEs, or 24 per cent, experienced a digital security breach last year, up from 18 per cent a year earlier, according to a survey of [ … ]
New Zealanders will hear and learn all about the country’s most amazing world-leading innovation, projects and breakthroughs during Techweek in May, NZTech chief executive Graeme Muller says.
Business coach Craig Oliver likes to walk the talk so he’s getting coached himself.
The arrival of online retail giant Amazon in Australasia is a reminder companies with new innovations have the capacity to disrupt conventional meeting places between buyers and sellers.