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- Babymetal. dailydot.com/lol/babymetal-… • 8 hours ago
- I’ve now watched more of the Paralympics than the Olympics - thanks to @attitude_tv Live streaming: attitudelive.com/paralympics/wa… • 13 hours ago
- @stevenljoyce Pumpkin Growth Agenda seems to have worked well.. • 17 hours ago
- RT @perthtones: confirmed: @SenatorLudlam wrote the viral video speech himself on flight from Perth to Canberra #nospin http://t.co/d3L… • 19 hours ago
- @nzkoz maybe. The phrase "political figure" could be applied to loud mouthed funders too. • 20 hours ago
- @Seanjm72 surely the only other prominent male MP in Auckland is the PM. • 20 hours ago
- @nzkoz but if I know the answer and write then I would clearly be in breach. So I'm going to stick with guessing. • 20 hours ago
- Is it slander to guess a name? Is it natural justice to be forced to provide limited facts so that wrong guesses are made? #Namesuppression • 20 hours ago
- Judge has suppressed name of this politician so I'm guessing it's John Banks. And that speculation is the problem tinyurl.com/pfv9lup • 20 hours ago
- @pippacoom @Brycepearce @AklTransport very good. We tied our bikes to a fence last year. • 1 day ago
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Category Archives: NZ Business
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I decided to check out with Telecom’s broadband sign-up page to see how the impact of Telecom’s ongoing transformation is affecting end users. Overall things seem much easier to navigate than previously, and the plans are better. But there are … Continue reading
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In 2001, while I was living in the USA, I read the book Fast Food Nation, shortly after it was released. I stopped eating meat. The USA’s food system was so broken that the quality of the meat being consumed … Continue reading
This line records use of a certain item by New Zealand population since 2000. Where do you think it will be in say 20 years time? The statistic went up, and then down, and so the best estimate to me … Continue reading
The nominee for the USA’s Ambassador to New Zealand is one Mark David Gilbert. Here’s the text from the Whitehouse.gov press release, 4 months ago: Mark D. Gilbert, Nominee for Ambassador to New Zealand, Department of State Mark D. Gilbert … Continue reading
<updated to clarify this is for Kiwibank’s Core Banking System> Fairfax Media report that Kiwibank is signing up to SAP as their “principal computer platform” provider for their core banking system. The core banking system runs the business of the bank – … Continue reading
It’s great to see the UFB project continue, with the Quarterly Broadband Deployment Update for December 2013 showing over 27% of premises passed to date. The real question is how we can increase the pace of actual connections, currently at 1.5%. I’m … Continue reading
BHP Billiton created this deceptively simple chart on the skills and experience of their Board of Directors in their excellent 2013 Summary Review. I challenge all boards to do the same. The categories in the table are interesting as they … Continue reading
Professor Robert J Shiller won the Nobel prize this year (with Eugene Fama and Lars Peter Hansen) for his work on the analysis of prices of various assets. He repeated his Nobel lecture at the Yale School of Management today, … Continue reading
Last April Auckland Transport received a report they had commissioned on Why do Cyclists run red lights?“ A decommissioning the report was an excellent move by Auckland Transport. Sadly the report is only available as a powerpoint presentation, but what … Continue reading
My partner rides a bicycle to and from work. Her town bike has a basket on the front and back, and she is small, wears normal street clothes and obeys traffic rules. This is what a ride home looks like. … Continue reading
This is a piece received via email from Gloria Williams (@caniwiwilliams) that she has given me permission to post. I read your thoughtful column on cycling safety this morning and I thought I’d send along this photo which shows … Continue reading
Today I arrived very early on the scene of a cycle versus truck fatality in Auckland today. The sight of a person lying motionless in the street with mangled bicycle in the background is chilling enough. The sounds of grief-stricken … Continue reading
I don’t know when, but this is a dreadful picture. The incident happened at Lyttelton Port of Christchurch on Saturday 4th January, 2014. It was a near miss to a fatal injury – the driver is lucky to be … Continue reading