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Fuseworks Media is headquartered in New Zealand and provides cutting edge news technology to media and communications professionals.

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  • Changes to school zones could put further pressure on Auckland house prices - REINZ

    The Real Estate Institute of New Zealand (REINZ) is today warning that the new enrolment schemes that have been proposed by the Ministry of Education in Auckland could put additional pressure on house prices as families keen to secure houses in ‘good’ school zones will be prepared to pay more

  • Police acknowledge IPCA report

    Police acknowledge the findings by the Independent Police Conduct Authority (IPCA) relating to the care of a man who was taken into Police custody in September 2019.

  • Health sector reforms, a solution to the postcode lottery? - Prostate Cancer Foundation

    The President of the Prostate Cancer Foundation of New Zealand, Mark von Dadelszen, has welcomed the intent of the Government’s health sector reforms as announced by Health Minister Andrew Little and said he hopes it brings an end to the delays, discriminations and raw deals endured by Kiwi men

  • Unconscious man in Manukau cell - IPCA

    The Independent Police Conduct Authority has found that on 15 September 2019, Police in Manukau did not take appropriate actions to care for a man held in their custody who drifted in and out of consciousness for almost three hours before he was taken to hospital.

  • Greens welcome protections for Kiwis' savings

    The Green Party is welcoming the Government’s announcement that bank deposits up to $100,000 will be protected under new rules.

  • Award-winning Auckland engineer bridges gap between science and industry - EQC

    New Zealand researchers produce cutting-edge seismic engineering innovations, but often struggle to get new technology implemented in real-life building designs, says Dr Ashkan Hashemi, this year’s Ivan Skinner Award winner.

  • Mountain bikers gear up to ride Heaphy Track - DoC

    The Heaphy Track is seeing growing popularity and with its mountain biking season getting underway on 1 May, the Department of Conservation is reminding people that for a safe and enjoyable trip they should plan ahead and be well prepared.

  • BA graduate mixes scholarship with life at sea - Massey University

    John Granville, who graduated with a Bachelor of Arts (BA) majoring in philosophy in Wellington this week, combined study with a career in the navy.

    John Granville has been the ultimate lifelong learner - on land and at sea. Now, after 45 years of study he has finally graduated.

  • The cost of getting soil fertility wrong - Ravensdown

    Although many people on the planet are willing to pay more for New Zealand produce, productive land to grow that food and fibre is becoming unavailable here in our own backyard.

    Both the current government and previous governments aimed to double export dollars from the primary sector.

  • Marine reserves join ocean acidification network - NIWA

    A joint NIWA and Department of Conservation (DOC) project is extending New Zealand’s ocean acidification monitoring network to include marine reserves.

    The network operates around the New Zealand coast with water samples taken by a range of groups to measure changes over time.

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