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    Simon Pound, The Spinoff

    Business is Boring: How All Good is once again changing the banana game

    Business is Boring is a weekly podcast series presented by The Spinoff in association with Callaghan Innovation. Host Simon Pound speaks with innovators and commentators focused on the future of New Z..

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    Trevor McKewen, The Spinoff

    Review: Hell Be Right deftly challenges what it means to be a modern man

    Tackling topics such as rugby and body image, Stuff’s latest podcast shines a much-needed light on Aotearoa’s complex relationship with masculinity, writes Trevor McKewen, author of the bo..

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    Kirsten O'Regan, The Spinoff

    What I learnt walking Te Araroa for 50 days

    Having recently walked much of the South Island stretch of Te Araroa, Kirsten O’Regan reflects on the magnificent landscapes and interesting characters she encountered along the way.On our 36th ..

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    Charlotte Muru-Lanning, The Spinoff

    The new store selling delicious Mexican sandwiches to hungry Aucklanders

    Miss Torta in central Auckland is putting the spotlight on a snack that’s commonplace in Mexico, but until now relatively unknown in New Zealand.You’ve heard of a torta, but what is it, ex..

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    Stewart Sowman-Lund, The Spinoff

    PSA: You might not need to pay that parking fine

    Pinged $65 for overstaying 10 minutes in a parking block? Put away your hard-earned cash and read this first.Hopefully, by now, I’ve already established myself at The Spinoff as the resident tig..

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    Emily Writes, The Spinoff

    Sorry, but I checked and Facebook comments continue to be a toxic cesspit

    How does one turn into a rabid extremist over the description of a children’s bike? Emily Writes looks at Facebook comments so you don’t have to.You’ve been there, I know it. YouR..

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    Catherine McGregor, The Spinoff

    Inauguration Live: Joe Biden gets to work after being sworn in as president

    Welcome to The Spinoff’s US presidential inauguration live blog: inauguration news, analysis and reaction, updated through Wednesday and Thursday. The inauguration ceremony begins at 5.15am Thur..

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    Toby Manhire, The Spinoff

    10 x 100: Motorists on driving New Zealand roads this summer

    In 10 x 100, we survey a group of 100 people via Stickybeak and ask them 10 questions. Last month we quizzed Wellingtonians. Today, we ask NZ drivers how they’ve found a holiday period without i..

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    On the Rag, The Spinoff

    : Why arent women allowed to be angry?

    Summer reissue: Join Michèle A’Court, Alex Casey and Leonie Hayden as they go on an odyssey of women’s rage, and find out how we can channel our anger into good. First published ..

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    Josie Adams, The Spinoff

    On the tools: Why music producers are the focus of a new funding scheme

    Joel Little with Lorde, Dera Meelan with Church & AP, Josh Fountain with Maala and Randa and Benee – producers make good songs great. Now a new fund from NZ on Air is putting the focus on th..

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    Willie Apiata: a lesson in class

    Keen to see the impact of Willie Apiata VCs work, veteran journalist Sue Foley travelled with the war hero as he took his Values programmes to schools throughout the country.  “Stand up.”The command ..

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    New Zealand Herald

    Watch live: Tomorrow is inauguration day for US president-elect Joe Biden

    Joe Biden will be sworn in as the 46th President of the United States about 6am Thursday morning NZT in a ceremony unlike any America has seen before. In a massive security clampdown prompted by..

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    #nzentrepreneur, NZ Entrepreneur - New Zealand's Startup Business Magazine

    Venture Taranaki Powers Up Taranakis entrepreneurship ecosystem

    Venture Taranaki has launched a new PowerUp programme to grow, connect, and support ideas and capability, and harness the expertise and passion required to develop ...The post Venture Taranaki Powers ..

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    Gregg Keizer, Computerworld

    Google to cut off other Chromium-based browsers from access to services such as Sync

    Google plans to revoke others' Chromium-based browsers' access to a long list of APIs that power such popular services as bookmark and settings synchronization.We discovered that some third-p..

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    Leonie Hayden, The Spinoff

    Auckland Zoos orangutans have an amazing new home, and theyve never been happier

    Care is at the centre of Auckland Zoo’s mandate, and it’s clear to see when you witness the staff doing their day-to-day jobs up close. Leonie Hayden went behind the scenes to talk to two ..

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    Mirjam Guesgen, The Spinoff

    Its time to rethink the internet

    The internet ain’t what it used to be, thanks to privacy issues, data leaks, censorship and hate speech. But a group of New Zealanders are working on a way to give power back to the people. ..

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    Justin Giovannetti, The Spinoff

    The 10 political stories that will dominate NZ headlines this year

    The issues political editor Justin Giovannetti will be keeping an eye on in 2021 that have nothing to do with Covid-19.New Zealand will be busy in 2021. The border will remain closed to nearly all t..

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    On the Rag, The Spinoff

    : The need for weed

    Summer reissue: Join Michèle A’Court, Alex Casey and Leonie Hayden as they find out exactly what we’re voting on in the cannabis referendum, and discover how legalising weed is a wome..

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    Jonny Evans, Computerworld

    14 items of office equipment replaced by iPhone

    “An iPod, a phone, and an Internet Communicator,” said then-Apple CEO Steve Jobs when introducing the iPhone on Jan. 9, 2007. But thanks to apps, its turned into so much more than that, replacing num..

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    David Chaston, interest.co.nz

    Dairy prices up 4.8% in USD in GDT auction, jump 6.7% in NZD, now highest since May 2014

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