Tonga‘s comms link to the outside world is down

Spark are waiving all charges for calls to Tonga from any Spark landline or mobile for the next week, however Southern Cross Cable Network says it has... Read More

Cyber security professionals in high demand

Cyber security professionals are in high demand globally and New Zealand companies are struggling to find people with the right skills.   NZTech... Read More

Getting familiar with natural warning signs

Tauranga’s coastal environment holds cultural, economic, and social significance to many citizens and contributes significantly to the character... Read More

2021: A year full of news

Well, 2021 certainly has been a year to remember. Covid has dominated headlines for the majority of the year from the first Delta case to lockdowns,... Read More

Tauranga student’s app wins two awards

  A Tauranga Boys’ College student has won two Priority One Young Innovator Awards for his inventive work developing and perfecting an app... Read More

Over the moon in Tauranga

The stunning site of the full moon rising over Mauao has been caught on camera by Tauranga Astronomical Society president Dave Greig. The clear nights... Read More

So exactly who is doing your Covid PCR testing

Have you ever wondered who the medical experts are that oversee all aspects of your Covid PCR tests in the diagnostic laboratories in New Zealand? These... Read More

Roadmap launched to grow NZ’s robotics industry

With robotics and automation set to replace 46 per cent of day jobs by 2040, a new national strategy has been launched to grow the New Zealand sector... Read More

Facebook launches NZ blood donations feature

    New Zealand’s Facebook users can now sign up to be notified of opportunities nearby to give blood and plasma. Facebook has launched... Read More

Katikati kids take part in a virtual adventure

A Bay of Plenty teacher hopes her pupils have learnt some healthy habits after taking part of a virtual adventure for the past month. Around 20,000... Read More

Distance learning for Te Akau Ki School students

  Te Akau ki Pāpāmoa School is reporting a successful distribution of iPads for most whanau/families to allow the school to continue to operate... Read More

Cyberattack forces rethink of security systems

A cyber security breach that brought Waikato District Health Board to its knees took out one of the country’s four regional cancer hubs, prompting... Read More

Funds to translate science to real life solutions

The Government is investing in Te Tītoki Mataora - the MedTech Research Translator - to deliver new medical tools, and meet both the demands of a global... Read More

Global award for NZ researchers on 3D printing

University of Auckland research into how companies can use 3D printing properly, to add value and improve lives, has won a leading global award against... Read More

Karting champ confirms Toyota switch

Morrinsville karting champion Fynn Osborne is the latest talent to confirm he’ll be on the ever-growing grid for the forthcoming Best Bars Toyota... Read More