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Mathew Ingram has a good point. Journalism is doing OK. That's true despite the current fuss about certain bloggers here in New Zealand.
She works part-time as a structural engineer, around the needs of her growing family, but she is also involved in many prominent transitional artworks in the city.
KEEP IT CHEAP: The prime minister has asked Air New Zealand to keep working on reducing air fares to regional airports, such as Blenheim.
Filling up bigger planes is the best hope for regional airports wanting to eke cheaper fares out of Air New Zealand, says Palmerston North Airport chief executive David Lanham.
Residents will have the chance to learn more about the coldest of continents with the opening of three Antarctic exhibitions.
SHARING STORIES: New Zealand author Eleanor Catton with fellow authors Damon Young, Australia, left, and Anis Mojgani, United States, at last night's Q&A session.
Aucklands growing demand for luxury international cruise holidays has seen the opening of a new travel agency in St Heliers with a special focus on cruise travel.
Peter Jackson is bringing "Lord of the Rings" fans to New Zealand. The Kiwi filmmaker is holding a contest for the fans of his films from around the world for a chance to watch the first screening of "The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies."
MONUMENTAL UPSET: Invercargill darts thrower Warren Parry came from 5-1 down to beat world champion Michael van Gerwen at the Sydney Darts Masters.
Sir Mark Walport, the UK Government's chief scientific adviser, is in Auckland this week for the Science Advice to Governments summit.
Dunedin International Airport chairman Stuart McLauchlan is one of Dunedin's most travelled businessmen and he has a tip for reducing the costs of travel from the city - book early.
Sarah Kelk and Helen Adam have this month launched their own design label of art prints and knitted merino cushions and throws in Melbourne.
She set up Operation Sugar, a free nationwide service providing birthday cakes for sick children, while on maternity leave with her third child in 2012.
Cunard has announced details of its 2016 world voyages, with its three Queens offering itineraries packed with maiden calls and exotic destinations as they explore the globe.
Leading Scotch whisky figures - including Edrington 's CEO and the former chairman of William Grant & Sons - have signed a letter backing the campaign for Scotland to stay part of the United Kingdom.
A piece of medieval religious music from the Scottish Borders has inspired a collaboration between a DJ and Oxford University academic.
Updated: Sat Aug 30, 2014 06:15 am
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