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Idealog—in the ideas business

The Great NZ Science Project begins

Yesterday saw the launch of the Great NZ Science Project, a TV and web campaign that is part of the government’s new $60 million National Science Challenges initiative announced earlier this year. More …


Auckland tops at brand new Urban Design Awards

Wynyard Quarter's Jellicoe Precinct and the Auckland City Centre Masterplan have taken the top awards in the brand new New Zealand Urban Design Awards, a new biennial programme that acknowledges the importance of high quality urban environments. More …

Ad Impact

Getting hot’n’heavy with Good Books

String Theory's last brilliant viral effort for the Good Books charity, Metamorphosis, recently took gold and bronze at the London International Awards – and it could have another winner on its hands with the latest innuendo-heavy, bodice-ripping Mills and Boon-themed ... More …

Making farming safer


Farming is a dangerous business. And, despite a concerted effort to lessen the number of accidents, the fatalities keep coming. Susan Edmunds looks at what manufacturers and the powers that be are doing to change that. More …


Adaptations the order of the day at Western Architecture Awards

A dozen projects ranging from houses to offices and a school to an army workshop have been acknowledged in the 2012 Western Architecture Awards, the New Zealand Institute of Architects’ official awards programme for the Taranaki, Whanganui, Manawatu and Horowhenua ... More …


AUT adschool: It’s that time of year again

Every year fresh faced young'uns with dreams of creative greatness prostrate themselves in front of adland's judgemental powerbrokers and show off the year's handiwork. So get thee to the end of year show for the AUT Ad ... More …

The Sweetest Little Chocolate Shop tastes success

We Kiwis love our chocolate, but our tastes aren't particularly sophisticated. Kiwi chocolatier and founder of The Sweetest Little Chocolate Shop Stu Jordan reckons New Zealand is at least two years behind Australia and almost a decade behind Europe ... More …