Bryce Wastney’s gamble is paying off.
Over the next six weeks Stuff will exclusively feature New Zealand online comedy series Woodville. Written by Emmy-nominated screen writer Christopher Brandon, directed by Georgiana Taylor,
A video game, the first to be funded by NZ On Air, has been released by Auckland games developer InGame, to promote New Zealand music. NZ On Air spent $287,000 on the game
Wellingtonian Cory Mathis has taken the top prize in the first Young Cartoonist Awards. The illustrator and digital artist, currently studying illustration at the Learning Connexion in Taita, won $5000.
After selling more than 20,000 tickets for her two Auckland shows in October, Rihanna has added one more date to her Diamonds World Tour. Additional to the sold out shows on October 6 and 7 the six-time Grammy-winner will now also perform on October 9 at Aucklands Vector Arena.
Rihanna is bringing her Diamonds World Tour to New Zealand this year. The six-time Grammy-winner will be performing in Auckland’s Vector Arena on October 6
At first you might think you are in the office of a Silicon Valley tech company. There are flip cameras everywhere
In a talk at the Atlantic Council this week, CIA director-general Michael Hayden said Osama bin Laden is alive. I’ll take his word for it.
Prescription pads, clipboards and patient charts are so 20th century.
The iPhone started out the way a lot of cool things do: as something completely different. A few years ago, Steve Jobs noticed how many development dollars were being spent–particularly in the greater Seattle metropolitan area–on what are called tablet PCs: flat portable computers that work with a touch screen instead of a mouse and keyboard.