Scientist, Dr Michelle Dickson (ask Nanogirl) sits down with Woman’s Weekly to discuss why she is supporting The Gut Cancer Foundation. Read the full article here.
Dr Frances Pitsilis explains why workers aren’t the only ones who benefit from flexible hours. Four-day work weeks can also improve the productivity of the business. Read the full article here.
Ruth Davy from The Gut Cancer Foundation speaks with Newstalk ZB’s Chris Lynch about the deadliest and most common form of cancer in New Zealand. Listen to the full interview here.
Life insurance lessons from Body Worlds’ exhibition of ‘plastinated’ human bodies. Read the full article here.
Ruth Davy, Executive Officer at The Gut Cancer Foundation, sits down with Newshub to create awareness on Gut Cancer. Check out the full Newshub video here
Darren Linton in conversation with Paul Spain.
Christchurch’s Merivale Mall is about to undergo the second stage of a $10 million revamp over the next seven months to amenities, common spaces, lighting, store fronts and interiors.
Henry Chen’s family ran a dairy in Stratford before moving to Auckland, where he has topped the world in Cambridge A-level physics.
To make the government’s Kiwibuild plan work, New Zealand will have to embrace factory-made homes that can be trucked in pieces to building sites and erected in a matter of days.
For six weeks beginning in March 2018, Perpetual Guardian will trial a four-day work week across the business.