Momentum grows for Kiwi food growing app

Ever wanted to grow your own food, have better connections with your neighbours, and reduce your impact on the planet? Designers of an innovative new... Read More

Digital divide increasing rest home loneliness

Rest homes and retirement villages around New Zealand are looking after their residents more than usual to ensure they stay connected to the community... Read More

Netsafe predicting influx of online harm incidents

New Zealand’s online safety organisation is anticipating calls to its helpline to skyrocket as the country heads into its second weekend at Alert... Read More

Inaugural NZ Podcast awards launch

The inaugural NZ Podcast Awards has been launched on Friday. “The New Zealand Podcast Awards has been set up to recognise the amazing work done... Read More

Don‘t ignore those phone alerts about passwords

Kiwis with iPhones who recently starting noticing alerts notifying them that their passwords are compromised should not ignore the alerts if they want... Read More

Concerns raised over farming software

A system used to estimate nitrogen loss from farms, and used by regional councils for regulation, has "significant problems", according to... Read More

TSB grants $250,000 to innovative ideas to help NZ

For the second year running, TSB is proudly supporting New Zealand through the TSB Good Stuff annual grants programme of $250,000. The hunt to unearth... Read More

New Zealand’s microfabrication technology

If you’re under 30 years old, the history of 3D printing is older than you think. I’ve been fascinated with 3D printing since its infancy... Read More

Fashion FWD exhibition is now virtual

Otago Museum’s latest special exhibition, ‘Fashion FWD: Disruption through Design’, can now be visited from anywhere in the world. “The... Read More

Reawakening mana in men

A lack of men in early childhood education has inspired Wintec Master of Applied Innovation student, Grayson Newton-Smith to create a book about restoring... Read More

School networks blocking millions of threats daily

The national internet service for schools says it is blocking millions of security threats each day. The Network for Learning was blocking 1592 security... Read More

Research could lead to cheaper, long-life battery

Research into the electrodes used in flow batteries at the University of Canterbury has the potential to help create cheaper, longer-life batteries for... Read More

A new way forward for biosecurity

A small kiwi company is using new technology to change the face of conservation and pest control throughout the country. Envico Technologies primarily... Read More

Police show support for world-first outdoor app

New Zealand walking or tramping adventures just became a whole lot safer with the launch of a trip-planning app, Plan My Walk, believed to be a... Read More

FBI warning over NZ firm and ransomware

The FBI warns Auckland company Mega.NZ is being used by ransomware attackers. The company has stated to RNZ that there is no sign hackers are using... Read More