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Why Infrared Saunas Are Set To Become The Latest Wellness Trend

Press Release – Sun Stream Saunas

For decades, people all over the globe have known about the healing powers of a hot sauna. Saunas have been part of Finnish culture for thousands of years, so they certainly arent a new phenomenon. But have you ever heard of infrared saunas? … Read more »

PT Telkom Is First In Indonesia To Deploy NVIDIA DGX A100 Supercomputer

Press Release – NVIDIA

Telkom Digital Business Director, Muhamad Fajrin Rasyid experienced using AR SPortainment application made by Telkom. NVIDIA today announced that PT Telkom is the first in Indonesia to deploy NVIDIA DGX A100 system for developing artificial intelligence … Read more »

Lifewise Workers Continue Strike Action Despite Lockout Threat

Press Release – Etu NZ

Lifewise homecare support workers are continuing their fight for better working conditions, even as they now face a possible lockout from their employer in response to their strike action and pickets. From Saturday, members will be going ahead with … Read more »

NIWA’s Hotspot Watch

Press Release – NIWA

A weekly update describing soil moisture patterns across the country to show where dry to extremely dry conditions are occurring or imminent. Regions experiencing significant soil moisture deficits are deemed hotspots. Persistent hotspot regions have … Read more »

Consumer NZ Finds The Instachill Evaporative Cooler To Be A Stone-cold Failure

Press Release – Consumer NZ

A Consumer NZ trial of the Instachill Evaporative Cooler has found it to be effectively useless in the New Zealand climate. The evaporative cooler sells for as high as $889 and claims to be able to replace air conditioning, saving consumers with a unit ‘up … Read more »

Auckland Transport Progresses Second Stage Of Safer Speeds

Press Release – Auckland Transport

Auckland Transport (AT) will soon start investigating the speed limits of the next group of high-risk roads across the region, to be consulted on with Aucklanders. Investigations for the second stage of ATs Safe Speeds programme were given the … Read more »

Oceania Records Increase In First Half Unaudited Underlying EBITDA

Press Release – Oceania Healthcare

Oceania Healthcare, Aged Care and Retirement Village Operator and Developer, announced today an unaudited half year underlying earnings before interest, tax, depreciation and amortisation (EBITDA) of $35.4 million for the six months ended 30 November 2020, … Read more »

Big Push On Auckland Rail Replacement

Press Release – KiwiRail

Trains will not run on the Eastern line, between Britomart and thuhu for the next two weeks as KiwiRail finishes work to replace worn rail on this important passenger and freight line. Last year, the line was temporarily closed for four weeks while … Read more »

Safety Improvements Save Lives On SH1 South Of Whangārei

Press Release – NZTA

Safety improvements on State Highway 1 south of Whangrei are proving their value and saving lives, says Waka Kotahi NZ Transport Agency. Centreline bollards were installed in June 2018 on the 10km stretch of SH1 between Toetoe Road and Springfield … Read more »

Reserve Bank Of New Zealand Making Good Progress On Addressing Data Breach

Press Release – Reserve Bank

The Reserve Bank of New Zealand Te Ptea Matua investigation into the malicious illegal breach of a third-party file sharing application has significantly progressed. Governor Adrian Orr says the investigation remains the Banks highest priority, … Read more »

Why Do Cyclists Ride In The Middle Of The Road?

Press Release – Cycling Action Network

Cycling advocates are welcoming new advice from the Transport Agency on safe cycling. “Cyclists hate it when drivers pass too close. That’s scary and dangerous,” said Patrick Morgan from Cycling Action Network. “So it’s encouraging to see … Read more »

Man Used Forged Documents To Falsely Claim GST Refunds

Press Release – Inland Revenue

A 25-year-old Auckland man has been sentenced to more than two years in prison for tax fraud involving more than $200,000. Aaron Roydyn Ryder pleaded guilty to 16 charges of knowingly providing false GST returns to obtain GST returns he was not entitled … Read more »

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