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Like Dua Lipa, Halsey, and Benee before them, these four New Zealand acts are 'ones to watch'.
Josie Adams Staff WriterPartner content-December 29, 2020
Reviewing the Dawn Raid movie, and our lost youth
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Thanks to technology, the connection between music makers and audiences held strong over lockdown and now, they’re more in sync than ever.
Josie Adams Staff WriterPartner content-June 26, 2020
On March 23 prime minister Jacinda Ardern announced that in 48 hours the country would go into lockdown. New Zealanders had a primal reaction: they called their loved ones.
James Borrowdale Guest writerPartner content-June 9, 2020
Many businesses can no longer operate in the ways they previously knew, and are being forced to adapt quicker than they ever thought possible.
Charles Anderson Contributing writerPartner content-May 21, 2020
In a world where we're already conditioned to expect near-instantaneous speed from our mobile internet, what kind of change can we actually expect to see from 5G?
Jihee Junn Staff WriterPartner content-January 29, 2020
Richard MacManus finds out how 5G will help Auckland smarten up by building better relationships with its citizens.
Richard MacManus Guest writerPartner content-December 16, 2019
At Vodafone HQ on the North Shore, a multinational team is working to build a network which will change New Zealand. Duncan Greive watches the birth of 5G.
Duncan Greive Managing EditorPartner content-November 27, 2019