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Waitaki Whitestone Geopark Trust spotlights producers

The Waitaki Whitestone Geopark Trust has released its first in a series of articles showcasing those who grow or make their products in the geopark as part of the development of a geogastronomy sector group.

Marilyn Waring speaks at Hastings Library 29 July

Author and former politician Marilyn Waring will be talking at the Hastings Library on Monday, July 29 at 7pm.

Domino’s new technology boosts pizza quality

Domino’s latest product quality innovation, DOM Pizza Checker, has now used artificial intelligence and machine learning to successfully scan more than 13 million pizzas; boosting product quality scores by more than 15 per cent (as rated by customers) since launch.

Magic or science? Pukeiti offers both

The magic of Pukeiti has enchanted thousands of Taranaki people - but it’s the science and deep knowledge behind the magic that captivated one recent visitor.

Free event aims to bring back more native birds to Auckland gardens

This July Aucklanders can find out how to attract more native birds into their garden, thanks to a partnership with the Department of Conservation, and Auckland Council’s Pest Free Haven campaign.

Kiwi parents forced to cook multiple dinners to appease fussy eaters

Kiwi parents cook multiple evening meals for fussy family members, say their kids refuse to eat anything green and choose from the same repertoire of five meals to avoid dinnertime drama, according to new research.

Funding boost for Nelson age-friendly project

The Nelson-Tasman Community Transport Trust is one of eight organisations to receive funding in the latest round of the Community Connects grants.

Hutt Winter Festival programme line-up revealed for 2019

Hutt City Council’s Hutt Winter Festival is back for a third year, warming up the winter months with an explosion of arts and cultural events suited for all ages, accessibility needs and interests.

Why should you go vegetarian this Plastic Free July?

The Plastic Free July challenge is becoming very popular worldwide. It aims to raise awareness of the amount of single-use plastic in our lives, and it challenges people to do something about it.

Camberley Community Centre abuzz with activities

On any day of the week you will find something going on at the Camberley Community Centre, and over the last year more activities and services have become available.