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Ceramic Artist Awarded $65,000 Fellowship

Ceramic artist and tutor, composer and musician, Baye Riddell has been awarded the 2011 Creative New Zealand Craft/Object Fellowship.

Qantas Launches New Check-In Policy

Qantas Launches New Check-In Policy

Sydney - Qantas has launched its new checked baggage policy to support its domestic faster, smarter, check-in product.

Beef And Lamb Cheaper Here Than Across The Ditch

Beef And Lamb Cheaper Here Than Across The Ditch

Australia may boast better pay rates but when it comes to the price of red meat, New Zealand has the better deal.

A price comparison between Australian and New Zealand product shows shoppers will pay significantly more for meat in Australia.

‘Grabit’ Great Lake Taupō Campaign An Industry First

‘Grabit’ Great Lake Taupō Campaign An Industry First

Destination Great Lake Taupō, Towncentre Taupō and other key local agencies have put their heads together and come up with an exciting domestic marketing campaign to attract visitors to the region in conjunction with Air New Zealand and grabaseat.

Bell Tea Given Makeover

Bell Tea Given Makeover

Known for its “feel alive” flavour, the iconic “red box” – Bell Original tea – has been given a new lease of life itself. 

2011 Children’s Book Award Finalists Announced

2011 Children’s Book Award Finalists Announced

LIANZA (The Library and Information Association of New Zealand Aotearoa) received over 100 nominations for their 2011 Children’s Book Awards with the prestigious LIANZA Esther Glen award receiving the highest number of submissions by

Wellington Company Scoops Ice Cream 'Oscar'

Wellington Company Scoops Ice Cream 'Oscar'

Wellington entrepreneur Nathan Meyer has won a gold award for his Mango Sorbet at the 2011 New Zealand Ice Cream Awards.

Mr Meyer’s Mango Sorbet was commended at the awards in Queenstown, which are considered the ice cream industry’s equivalent of the "Oscars".

Teacher Uses Insulation Windfall To Grow Tomatoes

Teacher Uses Insulation Windfall To Grow Tomatoes

Part-time South Canterbury school teacher Raewyn Berry is going to invest the money she’s saved in winning a free insulation prize from the Energy Efficiency and Conservation Authority (EECA) on buying a greenhouse.

Licence To Parent To Stop Child Abusers?

Licence To Parent To Stop Child Abusers?

Should prospective parents have to pass an exam before they have a child?

NZ Entry In Venice Biennale Opens

NZ Entry In Venice Biennale Opens

Michael Parekowhai’s Venice Biennale exhibition On first Looking into Chapman’s Homer had its official opening this evening in Venice. The beautiful voice of New Zealand opera singer Aivale Cole welcomed over 300 guests a