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Some new technology is in the pipeline that's poised to keep mobility parks available for the people who really need them. Currently in its prototype stage of development, the technology was born out of a New Zealand Transport Agency (NZTA) initiative to bring the technology...
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New Zealand is on the right track with new construction technologies like "rocking walls" to help buildings withstand severe earthquakes, new research reveals.Researchers from the University of Auckland, University of Canterbury in collaboration with New Zealand re...
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Initiatives related to the sustainability of our planet are gaining great traction - and for good reason.One of these is healthy homes technology startup Tether, a company offering the EnviroQ, which is a battery (or mains) powered indoor environmental quality monitoring sys...
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Christchurch entrepreneur Emily Heazlewood has raised money from some big name local tech investors for her Romer app - which she describes as "the Tinder for things to do". Romer lists activities and events in a city, plus the likes of walking trails and cafes. You can swip...
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Put down your mobile phone if you’re driving – or risk getting snapped. Australia recently made that message loud and clear in a recent campaign around Sydney that caught more than 11,000 drivers – and that technology could have benefits for New Zealand, according to o...
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Carpark space-sharing app Parkable has expanded across thehttps://www.nzherald.co.nz/tec... Tasman by buying Park Genie.Parkable chief executive Toby Littin says the deal will give his company's app access to 1200 carpark spaces in Brisbane, on top of the 5500 it already has...
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Day 1 - Ngāruawāhia - Hamilton Gardens (27km)

When sleepy little Ngāruawāhia was bypassed by the Waikato Expressway, the riverside town became even quieter.However, having visited recently to cycle Te Awa – The Great New Zealand River Ride, I gained a newfound appreciation for the place.At the foot of the Hakarimata...
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Parking Sense was a big idea that took a mighty team to bring it to life. Cambridge born-and-bred, Jake Bezzant, 29, is the global CEO of the now global company. Waikato Story writer Kyra Dawson recently spoke with him to learn more about the business that, while now an inte...
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As the black fabric shrouding Hamilton's latest public artwork fell to the ground, the verdict from onlookers was swift. "It's stunning," said Juliann Smith, one of the first to step inside Tōia Mai, an interactive waka sculpture unveiled on the banks of the Ferrybank Reser...
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Hamilton is using its size and small scale to make big differences with smart technology being rolled out across the city.Hamilton City Council's Smart Hamilton initiative uses digital services, insights and technology to improve services to customers and better manage the c...
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