New app to detect plants at risk from myrtle rust

People keen to support the fight against the fungal disease myrtle rust, which threatens many of Aotearoa-New Zealand’s native trees, shrubs and... Read More

Kiwi start-up strives to donate $1m to ambos

  A new Kiwi broadband provider will donate 100 per cent of its profits to frontline ambulance workers across the country, including those in the... Read More

CovidCard a win for elderly in BOP trial

A COVID-19 contact tracing card trialled by iwi volunteers has earned the thumbs-up for being convenient and to easy use, especially for those who are... Read More

100 Robotics Champs Face Off In RoboPā Showdown

Robotics champs from 22 schools will face off this week in the National Robotics Scrimmage 2020, the culmination of a year-long programme engaging more... Read More

Warning about online car selling fraudsters

  Police are warning the public to be aware of a common scam involving the purchase of vehicles being sold on Facebook marketplace.   In... Read More

VR brings prehistoric Aotearoa to life

Virtual reality is bringing prehistoric New Zealand back to life thanks to a collaboration between Manaaki Whenua-Landcare Research and digital agency,... Read More

Local students show promising digital futures

Following local success at the AquaBots National Competition in Nelson last year, Rotorua students are looking forward to hosting the regional event... Read More

CERT NZ issues cyber attack warning

There has been an increase in the volume and sophistication of financially-motivated cyber attacks in the last six months. CERT NZ is warning Kiwis... Read More

A new way to love your local

  A new site is aiming to simplify the web experience for small businesses by giving them tools to maximise people’s online interactions... Read More

Defence Force plugs into electric vehicles

The New Zealand Defence Force has taken a major step towards reducing its carbon bootprint by purchasing its first electric vehicle and installing EV... Read More

Police issue warning over Facebook scams

Police and Facebook are warning the public to be aware of scammers operating on Facebook. Police has received a number of recent reports in relation... Read More

New tools to make nature more accessible

People planning to head outdoors now have a resource that lets them know how accessible an area is for people with varying levels of mobility. The new... Read More

Caution urged when applying for jobs online

  Job seekers are being urged to be cautious when applying for new employment following a raft of online recruitment scams.   The organisation... Read More

Suicide prevention at the front of people’s minds

A distressing video that emerged on social media platforms, including Facebook and TikTok, has reinforced the need for people to reach out during troubling... Read More

Data suggests Kiwis becoming smarter online

  The latest data report from CERT NZ suggests that New Zealanders may be becoming more vigilant online following a significant increase in reports... Read More