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Instead of shopping local, more and more people are shopping online or jumping in their cars to head to the city. Michael Holland pulled over in Stratford to get a feel for the rural retail reality.
The Mama's on Patrol have spent the past three years walking up and down Cuba St. In it for the love, they're trying to strengthen the sense of community around the famous Wellington street.
Andrew Kralicek is on the hunt for a technology that could potentially smell cancer, and be worth a billion dollars. He wants to turn the incredible sense of smell insects have into a life-saving app.
The do's and don'ts of a job-winning CV...
Michael Holland gets a feel for the rural retail reality after pulling over in Stratford.
Resident dance guru Tamati Rimene-Sproat was a little late to the Floss, so was determined to give us the scoop on this one.
In the age of computer screening of CVs and resumes, its increasingly difficult to get your job application in front of a real-life person.
Andrew Kralicek is on the hunt for a technology that could potentially smell cancer, and be worth a billion dollars.
Theyre known as the Mamas on Patrol, and have spent the past three years walking the famous Wellington street.
"Kiki do you love me!?" That lyric is from a Drake song and it's behind the latest dance craze called the "In My Feelings Challenge". Our resident dance guru Tamati Rimene-Sproat takes puts his own twist on the challenge.