TeamTalk wins telecommunications managed services deal with Powerco TeamTalk Limited (NZX: TTK) today announced that it has been selected as the preferred provider to manage Powerco’s private telecommunications network. The network comprises: a Digital Mobile Radio (DMR) Tier III Voice Radio Network, and a WAN (Packet Transport Net... Keep Reading
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The New Zealand Institute of Building (NZIOB) has appointed James Reed to a newly-created role of Young Practitioner Adviser on the NZIOB National Council. NZIOB National President Graeme Birkhead said, “Like many professional membership organisations, the NZIOB is constantly challenged with ensuring its membership and activities are... Keep Reading
Auckland comedian Josh Davies, who is blind, will debut his solo show, Look! I’m Blind!, from 5 to 9 March at the New Zealand Fringe. Keep Reading
We are pleased to advise that Graham Walshe, the Executive Chairman of Brother International (NZ) Limited, has agreed to be our next guest speaker. Graham will talk about continuous improvement and how Brother has become the leading player in this country’s printer market. Graham joined Brother in 1981 as Marketing Manager and became... Keep Reading
Watch school students from throughout the Wellington region perform their fresh takes on 5 and 15-minute scenes from Shakespeare's plays Keep Reading
Vincents Gallery presents an exhibition of works by long time Vincents artist Rhonda Swenson. The exhibition will include both recent and retrospective works in a variety of mediums including paint, print, mixed media and ceramics. Keep Reading
Research For Life invites Wellington-based medical researchers to apply for research and travel grants. The closing date for the next round of applications is Friday, 22 March 2019. Last year, Research For Life made 11 research grants and 10 travel grants worth $203,698 in total. Established in 1960, Research For Life funds innovative... Keep Reading
Justice Minister Andrew Little intends to let the public decide three potential law changes by binding referendum: one of these relates to the legalisation of assisted dying/voluntary euthanasia. Keep Reading
I predict that Parliament will pass the End of Life Choice Bill this year enabling New Zealanders to join more than 176 million people around the world living under enlightened laws that allow them the right to die with dignity. No matter that we will not be following our forebears, who led the world in human rights legislation to give women... Keep Reading
Freemasons donate $600,000 to Malaghan Institute’s cancer research Freemasons New Zealand is donating $600,000 over the next two years to support the Malaghan Institute’s world-leading cancer research. Announced today, the Freemasons CAR T-cell Research Programme will work towards improving the Institute’s CAR T-cell ... Keep Reading
The Performance Arcade is back on Wellington Waterfront for its 2019 festival of live art and music (22 -24 Feb + 28 Feb - 3 March). Open hours 10am-11pm daily. FREE to the public. Keep Reading
An exhibition of new photographic works by Chevron Hassett. As Aotearoa’s population becomes more diverse, the concept of cultural identity also shifts and evolves.Chevron Hassett’s exhibition in Courtenay Place Park presents portraits of young urban Māori as digital pouwhenua, situating them within the heart of the city they live in, and... Keep Reading
Dr Lance Lawler, the former chief executive and one of the founding partners of Pacific Radiology Group, has been appointed the chair of the Research for Life board. Lance joined Research For Life’s board in July last year and succeeds Professor John Nacey who has led the board since 2000. Prof. Nacey will continue to serve as a board... Keep Reading