Sensing and Sensibility: "Development of Anal Position Detecting System for New-Toilet System"
" Development of Anal Position Detecting System for New-Toilet System ," Koshi Tokoro, Keisuke Fujihira, and Hiroshi Kobayashi [Department of Mechanical Engineering, Tokyo University of Science, Tokyo, Japan], paper presented at the 2013 Seventh International Conference on Sensing Technology , December 3 - 5, 2013, at Massey University in ... (more)
Thursday Dec 5
$18.40 an hour a " living wage to be paid to 450 low-paid council workers next month
News from WCC Around 450 of Wellington's lowest paid people work for Wellington City Council and the council is proposing to make them among the first workers in New Zealand to move up to an $18.40-an-hour living wage rate from 1 January.
Thursday Dec 5
Wall Street Journal
Statoil, Woodside to Explore in New Zealand
WELLINGTON, New Zealand-New Zealand's efforts to be discovered as worthy of international interest for its oil and gas reserves moved a step forward Thursday, with the latest round of exploration permits being awarded to newcomers to the area.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
New Zealand's plans for faster Internet service hits snag as contractor faces financial woes
The fascinating Luminescence show is a celebration of aquatic light, exploring the world of fluorescent and bioluminescent light that exists in the depths of the ocean, featuring glowing creatures that create and use light in startling ways.
When Mantis created musical history
THERE is no recent recorded music that has made a huge impact in the region, let alone on the international scene.
Fiji placed fifth, sixth in Oceania tourney
THE national women's side finished fifth while the men's side settled for sixth place at the Oceania Pacific Championships in Wellington, New Zealand yesterday.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
From babies to beers for new Tuatara boss
Wellingtonian Richard Shirtcliffe has swapped the "parallel universe" of a baby-products company for the "red-blooded Kiwi male's dream job" as head of craft-beer brewer Tuatara.
Thank You Gareth Morgan
On Sunday night I was lucky enough to see Iris DeMent and Greg Brown perform in Wellington at the lovely venue, Old St Paul's .
Mon Dec 02, 2013
New Zealand pops up in Hollywood
As movie fans await the impending release of the second film of The Hobbit Trilogy - and another epic dose of Middle-earth landscapes - New Zealand has taken a cue from Hollywood.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
Airport in Wellington prepares the hype for 'The Hobbit' premiere
According to The Dominion Post on Dec. 1, it appears that an airport in Wellington , New Zealand has already been preparing for the premiere of " The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug ".
The Otago Daily Times
Kiwi heroes honoured for bravery
A frail great-grandmother who took on a sword-wielding attacker, passing motorists who dragged trapped drivers from burning vehicles, and police officers who confronted dangerous gunmen have been recognised with New Zealand Bravery Awards.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Big News Network.com
Activists say plan to protect Mauis dolphin doesnt go far enough
WELLINGTON, New Zealand -- Activists say measures to protect Maui's dolphins are insufficient, and predict the dolphins -- the rarest in the world -- could be extinct within 20 years.
Revealed: The story behind playful images of a First World War love...
John Lichfield has been The Independent's man in Paris since 1997, covering French news.
Fri Nov 29, 2013
The New Zealand Herald
Janet McAllister: Go Basement Team Planet
Performing for four of his fellow Basement Theatre workers and a journalist, irrepressible general manager Charlie McDermott lets slip that they all have Captain Planet cartoon personas: fire, wind, earth, water, heart.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
The Daily Star
New Zealand eyes 'lifestyle' wine niche
WELLINGTON: New Zealand winegrowers launched a $14 million research project Wednesday aimed at capitalizing on growth in demand for so-called "lifestyle" wines, with low calories and less alcohol.
Local couple breaking tradition
On December 7th, after nearly a year of planning, my fianc and I will exchange vows and publicly declare our love for one another.
Wall Street Journal
Chances Narrow for New Zealand Broadband
WELLINGTON, New Zealand-When New Zealand's Chorus Ltd. won the contract to build the bulk of the country's new national broadband network in 2011, company executives saw a golden opportunity to reverse its flagging fortunes.
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Xmas comes early for Mexican foodies in Wellington
Miriam Ramos chose to love the locals as part of the Local Love Project being run by online hub Localist.co.nz.
New Market Study Published: Opus International Consultants Limited...
WMI's 'Opus International Consultants Limited : Company Profile and SWOT Analysis' report utilizes a wide range of primary and secondary sources, which are analyzed and presented in a consistent and easily accessible format.