Magic Memories finds growth with ‘R&D by M&A’ strategy

Article – BusinessDesk

Magic Memories, theme-park snappers, lure Silicon Valley funds with R&D by M&A strategy Read more »

APN sits tight, delays NZME float for at least a year

Article – BusinessDesk

Feb. 12 (BusinessDesk) – APN News and Media, the Australian publisher of The New Zealand Herald newspaper, has put off the public share float for its newly consolidated kiwi business, NZME, as it announced an annual profit fall of 11 percent for its … Read more »

Report Calls For Screen Time Guidelines for Children

Press Release – Family First New Zealand

A report on the increasing use of screen time for children is critical of government agencies for a lack of guidelines to families, and says that the Ministry of Health should consider screen time as a personal health and well-being issue to be formally … Read more »

Dame Susan Devoy – Waitangi Day Dawn Ceremony

Speech – Race Relations Commissioner

Ko Tauranga te moana Ko Mauao te maunga Tena koutou katoa I am honoured to be with you today. I am proud to stand with the people of Tauranga. But most of all, I am grateful. Read more »

Citizenship book highlights new Kiwis’ contribution to NZ

Press Release – New Zealand Government

Internal Affairs Minister, Hon Peter Dunne, today launched a new book celebrating the value new New Zealanders add to our national identity. Launching the book, Choice Whiriwhiria: The New Zealand Citizenship Story , Mr Dunne said the book showcases … Read more »

SMC Science Deadline: 3-way IVF, plate tectonics, animation

Column – Science Media Centre

In this issue: Sliding plates; Animation stations; Three-way IVF?; Policy updates; Sciblogs; New from the SMC; Events Read more »

Radio NZ Bring Back Parliamentary Programmes

Press Release – Coalition for Better Broadcasting

The Coalition for Better Broadcasting (CBB) welcomes the return to Radio NZ of programmes focussing on parliament, but questions how Radio NZ can afford to improve and increase services without additional funding. “Such programmes are important to keeping … Read more »

Radio NZ Bring Back Parliamentary Programmes

Press Release – Coalition for Better Broadcasting

The Coalition for Better Broadcasting (CBB) welcomes the return to Radio NZ of programmes focussing on parliament, but questions how Radio NZ can afford to improve and increase services without additional funding. Read more »

Parliament Returns to Radio New Zealand National

Press Release – Radio New Zealand Limited

Three long running radio programmes dissecting the day to day processes and activities of Parliament are returning to Radio New Zealand National after a break of several years. Read more »

Explore a World of Languages on Emirates’ ice

Press Release – Emirates Airlines

New Zealand travellers on board Emirates can now sample a smorgasbord of the latest entertainment content in more than 35 languages on the airlines inflight entertainment system ice Digital Widescreen (information, communication and entertainment). Read more »

FanPass Boss Hits the Ground Running

Press Release – Sky Television

Former Fatso boss Cuan Gray has been appointed general manager of SKYs newest sports product, FanPass. The streaming pass gives fans access to their favourite sports online for a fixed fee, with rugby the first code to kick off on Friday, February … Read more »

Nitro responds to article

Press Release – Nikora Nitro

I am writing this statement in regard to the special investigation by Blair Ensor published on Sat 31/1/2015. Read more »

Korero Mai Ki Ahau: The Burqua Issue

Press Release – Waatea News

Ngapuhi maverick David Rankin grabbed headlines this week with a call for a ban at Waitangi on anyone wearing the burqa, a traditional head covering for some Muslim women. Read more »

Who will we follow in the Year of the Sheep?

Press Release – SenateSHJ

We have just published SenateSHJs Top 10 Predictions for 2015. This is an annual list of the trends and issues that we believe will shape how we do business in the year ahead and what each of them mean for organisations wishing to communicate … Read more »

Winners of Rex Mason Prize announced

Press Release – New Zealand Law Society

The New Zealand Law Society has announced the winners of New Zealands longest-established legal writing award, the Honourable Rex Mason Prize for Excellence in Legal Writing. Read more »

Sexual violence threats toward Taranaki journalist

Press Release – Wellington Rape Crisis

Wellington Rape Crisis agency manager Eleanor Butterworth says, the sense of anonymity that people seem to feel when using forums like Facebook, Twitter and blogging has come with it a disturbing shift in what is considered normal when it comes to the … Read more »

Stereotyping ethnic groups as irresponsible pet owners wrong

Press Release – Human Rights Commission

Sweeping claims by an SPCA spokesman stereotyping entire races as irresponsible people who dont care about their pets are unhelpful, wrong and incredibly offensive to a lot of people says Race Relations Commissioner Dame Susan Devoy. Read more »

Korero Mai Kia Ahau: Saturday 24 & Sunday 25 January 2015

Press Release – Radio Waatea 603 AM

Broadcast on Waatea 603AM Saturday 12.00 – 12.30pm Sunday 12.00 – 12.30pm Both shows repeated 5.00pm – 6.00pm on Sunday Read more »

SMC Deadline: Fishy supplements, missing rock wren and RMA

Column – Science Media Centre

New from the SMC Fishy labels for fish oil supplements Formaldehyde in e-cigarettes expert responds Proposed Resource Management Act changes- experts respond Fish oil capsules fall short on quality, freshness experts respond 2014 hottest year … Read more »

Boomers, Seniors Feel Tech Companies Talk Down to them

Press Release – AVG Technologies

Nearly half (49%) of Kiwis over 50 feel patronized by technology companies according to the results of the latest study by AVG Technologies. AVG surveyed almost six thousand people over the age of 50 about their technology habits and opinions as part of the … Read more »

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