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Technology is transforming education as we know it. How will universities be affected by new online methods of teaching and learning? What does the virtual university mean for accounting and business education? How will global change impact Australian and New Zealand higher education institutions and...
Government has charged the Government Chief Information Officer (GCIO) with leading government ICT to provide system-wide assurance, enable integrated digital service delivery, and deliver sustainable business savings of $100 million per year by 2017.
The Strategy and Action Plan is the response to this...
This article reviews the regulation of alcohol advertising (and its effectiveness) in Australia and three comparison countries - and finds some disappointing regulatory failures.
Child obesity represents a significant health issue in New Zealand today, particularly amongst Māori and Pacific families. The Office of the Auditor-General (OAG) is conducting a performance audit on child obesity, to see how effective the public service is in its efforts to prevent and...
The earthquakes that hit the Canterbury region in 2010/11 destroyed a significant amount of rental housing and damaged many homes. This has resulted in reduced supply, increased demand and increases in rental costs. The average weekly rent in the Greater Christchurch area...
Abstract: Shipping containers are gaining increasing recognition for their apparent durability, adaptability, light weight, ‘low cost ’and ease of stacking, spurring a trend that has resulted in shipping container sculpture, homes, housing, hotels, and museums. The use of prefabricated, pre-manufactured and prototype building methods for...
This forecast of employment prospects in New Zealand suggests overall employment demand is rising in response to stronger economic growth.
Employment prospects over the next 3 years to March 2016 are presented in this report which is an update on the...
This Energy Outlook article explores the long-term future for electricity in New Zealand using scenario analysis. Based on this analysis, we present key insights for investors, grid planners, policy makers and consumers. It presents modelling results to 2040, and is the first part of a...
This strategy sets out a framework for advancing New Zealand's relationship with Australia.
Australia is our closest ally, and our closest partner when pursuing our interests on the regional and world stage.
The NZ Inc Australia Strategy is part of...
In 2010 and early 2011 two major earthquakes hit the greater Christchurch area causing widespread damage. The first earthquake was magnitude 7.1 and struck at a depth of 10km near Darfield on 4 September 2010. The second was magnitude 6.3 and...