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Welcome to the Design issue, featuring veteran Kiwi brand Avanti, artisan food, custom QR codes, wireless car charging and the NZers selling espresso machines to Italians.
Two young, smart sisters are taking on Queenstown’s hotel scene
Lance Wiggs tackles your tricky business problems.
16 Let's get this show on the road
New Zealand's film history has been squirreled away online – until now
New Zealand transport is charging ahead in the wireless realm – and an Auckland company is in the driver’s seat.
Hello, are you there? Erm, no, not anymore
SET QR, a New Zealand tech company, is hitting QR codes with the design stick.
Phil O’Reilly fronts up to have a chat about the state of the nation
Stuff, stuff, and ... more stuff. Includes a revamped boombox – also known as a ‘wogbox’. No joke
Deirdre Robert takes a sneak peek inside Avanti’s techy hub and finds the brand on track for success.
Expat Andrew Meo is selling espresso to Italians after taking over Rocket’s coffee machines.
Vincent Heeringa eats ... and eats ... and eats, all in search of design-led food and beverages
The Cup might be pulsating as a spectacle, but spending patterns remain indicative of tough times.
David MacGregor took a front row seat at the Ministry of Science and Innovation’s conference UX11.
It's that moment when you use technology to make decisions about buying
The golden days of advertising are gone
If LinkedIn is Facebook if Amway had invented it, then Google+ is Facebook if, well Google had
While most phone makers muddle around in the middle, there's one outstanding performer – and one in catastrophic decline
Peter Salmon is doing good and being paid for it; his hybrid programmes combine all the enthusiasm of entrepreneurs with social aims of do-gooders.
Hold on to your back teeth – and your ideas. Patent laws in the US are a-changing to align with New Zealand and the rest of the world
Our R&D strategy should last longer than an MP's contract.
We’re not buying more flowers or CDs for our loved ones but we are getting round to visiting the dentist and optometrist.
In a situation reminiscent of the 70s, the world economy has been battered by myriad oil price shocks in recent years. Can anything be done to make things better?
Henry Kissinger's definitive account of US-China relations is fascinating, though bogged down in detail.
The untapped potential of our geothermal and biomass resources is being explored in Taupo.
Why fly when you can cycle? It's a valid question.
The New Zealand architecture industry is suffering from a lack of confidence, says Andrew Patterson.
93 Book review: New Zealand by Design
Less a reference tome, more of a conversation starter
Is tackling cigarette packaging the best way to stamp out smoking?
It's the stories they tell that sell