Pāmu: a different type of farming
One of the country’s biggest farmers, Pāmu, revamped its on-farm health and safety practices after a series of deaths. It’s now leading the way in an industry that sorely needs improvement. Bernard Hickey reports.
AUT backs sender of mental health email
A top physicist has had his conduct and mental health attacked after he criticised taxpayer funding for a massive telescope. Eloise Gibson reports on a nasty stoush in the science world.
Chicago rebuffs Trump with NZ coffee
It’s not always easy doing business with international travellers when the face of your country is Donald Trump.
Turbines to harvest power from wind tunnels
A mini wind turbine that can cope with gusts from any direction is being pitched at windy Wellington.
Taking animals out of the lab
Globally there are moves to make teaching, testing and research kinder to animals. But what about NZ?
What we do in the shadows
Regulators want banks and insurers to emphasise fairness and customer service. Deloitte suggests ways they can improve culture from the inside out and from the top down.
Handley receives payout after CTO job bungle
IT entrepreneur confirms he accepted offer to become NZ’s first CTO - only to have Government rip up the contract.
Gluckman: Emissions-reducing innovation
New Zealand needs to consider its moratorium on genetic modification techniques to access the most promising innovations that would reduce agricultural emissions, says Peter Gluckman in his final report as the Prime Minister’s chief science advisor.