Google plans to make it harder for terrorists to exploit its platform by introducing new measures that are designed to help the search giant remove extremist content quicker and more efficiently.
We all have the capacity, no matter how old, to follow our dreams and make them happen. We all have the capacity to be the best in the world. But what is it that holds us back?
Winston Peters always seems to have his hand in the pot of gold. And 2017, another election year, seems to be no different.
With the Secondary Schools equivalent recently wrapping up in Wellington, the New Zealand National University Championships hit Christchurch amongst a furore of support — this was the moment where futsal would reinforce the sensational progress it has made.
Current Affairs shows have been a huge subject of change over the last few years at Mediaworks. After the end of long-running Campbell Live and the quick dismissal of Story, I thought I’d go take a look at the new 7pm show on Three, The Project.
This afternoon could have been Labour and the Greens’ golden opportunity to present themselves as a united government-in-waiting to the New Zealand public.
In a world where everything is available on demand, and instant gratification is a given — television has ceased to be a domestic medium and is on its way to fully transversing into the online world.
In early September, it was revealed the average house price in Auckland had reached more than $1m.
Is it really as bad as everyone says? We will soon find out.
Through my expertise of studying at a university for one and a half semesters, I have come up with five tips to help you survive uni.