Registration has now opened for New Zealand’s first BIMinNZ Conference being held in Wellington on Wednesday, 8 May 2019. NZIOB chief executive Malcolm Fleming says: “This one-day conference on Building Information Modelling (BIM) is an industry partnership run by the NZIOB on behalf of the BIM Acceleration Committee (BAC). BAC was an... Keep Reading
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Ten medical researchers awarded $57,500 The second funding round of 2018 from Research For Life saw 10 Wellington-based medical researchers receive grants.Four research grant applicants received a total of $43,843 to undertake innovative medical research and six travel grants totalling $13,598 were approved to assist local researchers... Keep Reading
Youth has always been a strong focus for Plimmerton Rotary and it was a great thrill to see that several of the young people we have supported over the years were represented at the Partners Porirua Youth Awards on 25 October at Pataka ... Keep Reading
Ten Wellington-based medical researchers received grants in the second funding round of the year from Research For Life. Four research grant applicants received a total of $43,843 to undertake innovative medical research and six travel grants totalling $13,598 were approved to assist local researchers meet the cost of presenting their research... Keep Reading
Professor Brett Delahunt ONZM FRSNZ has been awarded the Hercus Medal by Royal Society Te Apārangi for his research on prostate and kidney cancer. Professor Brett Delahunt is an internationally recognised pathologist from the University of Otago, Wellington. His scientific work and insight have been central to the development of an... Keep Reading
Our sense of community and interdependent connectivity was once almost unshakable. Nowadays, perhaps in the face of overwhelming globalisation, rampant inequality and relentless information (and misinformation), we seem less certain. In fact, we are seeing a worldwide trend towards protectionism, isolationism and populist nationalism. Some of... Keep Reading
TeamTalk Limited (NZX: TTK), the publicly listed telecommunications services provider today announced an update on its business along with guidance for the financial year ending 30 June 2019. The company is pleased to advise that the roll-out of its new digital radio network continues according to plan. Following on from the roll-out of the... Keep Reading
On a recent visit to Phnom Penh, David and Velma Knight caught up with Jessica Manning and her family, our Ambassadorial Scholar from many years ago and with whom David and Velma have always kept in touch ... Keep Reading
In keeping with the Suffrage Anniversary celebrations, the club was addressed by two high-achieving women, in two quite different fields of endeavour. The first was Erin Paterson, a researcher at the Gillies-McIndoe Institute in Lower Hutt. Our second speaker was local artist, Rebecca Holden ... Keep Reading
So comprehensive were President Donna's slides on this complex and disturbing Disorder that the best way to cover the issue is to put up her Power Point presentation as follows. No further explanation seems necessary, but if there are any questions, please contact Donna direct. ... Keep Reading
The Ancestral Health Society of New Zealand is hosting a public event on Saturday, 8 September at Massey University’s Wellington campus bringing together two of the world’s leading researchers in the field of Food, Mood, and Nutritional Psychiatry. The keynote speakers at the Food & Mood event, Professor Felice Jacka and Professor Julia... Keep Reading
The New Zealand Institute of Building (NZIOB) announced the winners of the 2018 New Zealand Building Industry Awards on Friday, 24 August at a gala evening at the Cordis Hotel, Auckland. The awards, which are in their 25th year, celebrate and recognise the professional excellence of individuals and teams in the building and construction process,... Keep Reading
NZIOB Charitable Trust announces two 2018 Scholarship Award winners The winners of the New Zealand Institute of Building Charitable Trust’s (NZIOB Charitable Trust) 2018 Scholarship Awards were announced last night at the NZIOB Awards of Excellent dinner in Auckland. The two winners, who each received a $10,000 cash prize, are Emma Fel... Keep Reading
TeamTalk’s profitability ensures reinvestment into infrastructure remains on track: Profit after tax $4.4 million
TeamTalk Limited (NZX: TTK), the publicly listed telecommunications services provider today announced its annual result for the financial year ended 30 June 2018. Profit after tax was $4.4m. Keep Reading
City Builder Lab There is a very exciting project that has evolved from the Rotary Club of Wellington's 2017 Rotary Forum: "Achieving the Impossible Dream for Wellington: the city and region". It is called the Tawa City Builder Lab 18-20 September 2018. It is described in the attached two documents. Microsoft has agreed to provide $20,000 sp... Keep Reading