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Idealog—in the ideas business


Urban sprawl or affordable housing?

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Lack of land is getting in the way of affordable housing, according to the government's Productivity Commission, which is recommending relaxing urban limits. More …


Would you live in an Ikea neighbourhood?

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Furniture giant Ikea has firmly cemented its place in our homes – and now its real estate arm LandProp Services is on track to build a brand new neighbourhood in east London near the 2012 Olympic grounds, applying the "Ikea philosophy ... More …






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Awards

EECA names top energy project finalists

New Zealand’s most innovative energy-saving and renewable energy projects have been revealed, and they include an ambitious scheme to insulate the entire township of Foxton; the largest coal to wood pellet conversion in the southern hemisphere; a truck running ... More …




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Events

Igniting Christchurch’s creative future

Care about the creative future of Christchurch? Then you might be interested in a free public upcoming event, The River of Arts: creating new ways for the arts to work in Christchurch’s public spaces. More …


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Events

Game on for Kiwi developers

SmallWorlds, Gameloft, Grinding Gear Games, NinjaKiwi, Runaway Play, Sidhe/PikPok, Cerebral Fix. All these and more will be at this year's New Zealand Game Developers Association Conference on May 19 with leading game makers from New Zealand and Australia. More …


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Events

DeSForM down under

The DeSForM conference is on in Wellington this month, the first time the event has been held in the southern hemisphere. More …


Art’s digital revolution

The web has revolutionised more than its fair share of industries, not least the creative fields. As the PBS Off Book series explores, the artistic world has entered a new era, one of crowdfunding and creative commons.