• By NZherald   -   Oct 21, 2018

    COMMERCE COMMISSION CRACKS DOWN ON UNLAWFUL TRADERS, LENDING COMPANIES

    New Zealand's consumer watchdog is ramping up its crackdown on online traders and lending companies which it alleges may have breached...

  • By NZherald   -   Oct 21, 2018

    SMALL BUSINESS: TAPPING INTO THE AGAIN GROWING GREETING CARD MARKET - NZ ART CARDS

    Greeting and postcard creator Mark Baigent discusses selling more than half a million cards each year and "horrendous" competition...

  • By NZherald   -   Oct 20, 2018

    YOUR SPOTIFY HISTORY PREDICTS THE ECONOMY

    The Bank of England's chief economist, Andy Haldane, has urged his colleagues to examine the musical mood of the nation when contemplating...

  • By NZherald   -   Oct 20, 2018

    HARRY MCCRACKEN: FIVE MYTHS ABOUT APPLE DEBUNKED

    COMMENT: Even after the rise of Google and Facebook, Apple remains the most closely watched technology company of them all. From the...

    iPhone, Google, Facebook, Apple
  • By NZherald   -   Oct 19, 2018

    TRUMP'S TRADE WAR TO KILL $1 YOGA PANTS

    The latest casualty of President Donald Trump's trade war? One-dollar yoga pants.Trump's order that the US Postal Service withdraw...

  • By NZherald   -   Oct 19, 2018

    ARE APPS THE ANSWER TO SOLO TRAVELLERS' SAFETY CONCERNS?

    Travellers are taking fewer maps, phrasebooks and currency cards, and packing ever more into their phone.If you were to scan the contents...

    Phone
  • By NZherald   -   Oct 18, 2018

    TRUMP'S TRADE WAR TO KILL $1 YOGA PANTS

    The latest casualty of President Donald Trump's trade war? One-dollar yoga pants.Trump's order that the US Postal Service withdraw...

  • Microsoft co-founder Paul Allen's $40b estate: who gets a slice? By NZherald   -   Oct 18, 2018

    MICROSOFT CO-FOUNDER PAUL ALLEN'S $40B ESTATE: WHO GETS A SLICE?

    Paul Allen's family office will live long and prosper.The billionaire's vast holdings at Vulcan - with real estate, art, sports teams...

  • By NZherald   -   Oct 17, 2018

    SPARK'S 'PINK PIPES' HEAD THROUGH WHANGANUI

    Teams of people are working across the wider Whanganui region to lay down the pink pipes that will carry tomorrow's data - and make...

  • By NZherald   -   Oct 14, 2018

    LIFE BEFORE GOOGLE: LAWYER, ACADEMIC, JOURNALIST AND LIBRARIAN ON LIFE BEFORE THE ARRIVAL OF THE SEARCH ENGINE GIANT

    Believe it or not, there was life before that search engine unlocked the key to everything we needed to know - and plenty more we didn't.Google...

    Google
  • By NZherald   -   Oct 13, 2018

    WATCH: THE HOT FUZZ MEETS BABY SHARK AS WAIKATO POLICE OFFICERS WOW KIDS

    It might hurt your ears, but it could also melt your heart watching two of our toughest singing and dancing Baby Shark with Waikato...

  • By NZherald   -   Oct 10, 2018

    POLICE MINISTER STUART NASH FALLS VICTIM TO CREDIT CARD FRAUD

    Police Minister Stuart Nash has fallen victim to credit card fraud - the day before giving a speech on cyber security.More than a thousand...

    Apple
  • By NZherald   -   Oct 10, 2018

    PEDESTRIAN KILLED IN SH2 CRASH AT MARAMARUA WAS MARRIED SOFTWARE DEVELOPER WITH YOUNG FAMILY

    The pedestrian fatally hit by a car southeast of Auckland this week was married and had young children.Peter-John Raymond Lightfoot,...

  • By NZherald   -   Oct 9, 2018

    WHANGANUI HOSPITAL TO OFFER FREE AND UNLIMITED WI-FI

    Whanganui hospital is now offering free and unlimited Wi-Fi to patients. The District Health Board has announced the wi-fi it currently...

  • By NZherald   -   Oct 9, 2018

    CHORUS SUBBIE TELLS OF TOUGH LIFE ON THE FRONT LINE

    Withheld payments, unexpected deductions and ultra-thin margins for Ultrafast Broadband installations are fact of life for Chorus subcontractors,...

  • By NZherald   -   Oct 8, 2018

    PLANE AISLE POTTY TRAINING PARENT DIVIDES OPINION ON PASSENGER-SHAMING POST

    A passenger on a busy flight has been photographed letting her toddler use a potty in the aisle - and it's revolted the internet.But...

  • Nearly all Chorus broadband subcontractors breaching labour laws, MBIE says By NZherald   -   Oct 8, 2018

    NEARLY ALL CHORUS BROADBAND SUBCONTRACTORS BREACHING LABOUR LAWS, MBIE SAYS

    An investigation targeting Chorus contractors has found nearly all are breaching employment standards.Violations include "volunteer"...

  • By NZherald   -   Oct 6, 2018

    RACHEL ROSE: WHANGANUI SHOP SELLS TO THE WORLD ONLINE

    The first time I walked into Inkt on Victoria Avenue, my heart sank.Such a beautiful shop, filled with gorgeous things - fountain pens,...

  • By NZherald   -   Oct 1, 2018

    NEW TESLA CHAIR MUST REIN IN ELON MUSK

    It won't be an easy job.Whoever becomes the new chairman of Tesla Motors will face the formidable task of reining in Elon Musk, the...

  • By NZherald   -   Oct 1, 2018

    BIG TOBACCO'S NEW STRATEGY: STREET SALES

    Philip Morris International is taking a rather old-world approach to tackle slowing sales of its high-tech smoking devices in Japan:...

    Tech