People power: the revolution in electricity
Dramatic change in the electricity sector over the next 20 years which could see an increasing proportion of our electricity being generated close, or even at, the place it’s used.
Universities chance to practise what they preach
The Covid-19 pandemic has not necessarily shown universities what they should do, but it has certainly shown them what is possible when they harness their collective latent entrepreneurial capacity.
Cashing in on our safe haven status
WATCH: Belinda Henley talks to Xero Founder Rod Drury about letting in overseas investors and how technology will help rebuild New Zealand’s economy.
What Auckland needs now
Auckland has a range of challenges and needs that are distinct from the rest of New Zealand. Here, we ask seven Beca experts and Auckland market leaders “What does Auckland need now to be successful in future?“
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.
Past is new future for housing
Māori-centric architecture could provide the answers the country is looking for in housing.
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.
Outdoing Americans at their own game
From Invercargill to Chicago, NZer Daniel Thomas is outdoing North Americans at their own game through his Christchurch-grown communications agency Time Zone One.
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.