EMA urging businesses to hang in there

The EMA is urging its members to hang in there as reality bites with at the start of the enforced four-week shut...

NZIER expects virus and drought to put handbrake on

The combination of the Coronavirus outbreak and drought in many regions of the country is expected to deliver a short sharp shock...

Major construction work on NZICC to begin mid-year

Fletcher Construction says recovery from the fire at the SkyCity New Zealand International Convention Centre in Auckland in November last year will...

Young hairdresser stuns mum with career switch

Danyelle Bogue is a 22-year-old Wellington-based former hairdresser who leapt into a painting and decorating apprenticeship — and she’s loving it.

Toyota engineering future urban infrastructure

In an unexpected move for a leading automotive company, Toyota’s big announcement of CES 2020 extends well beyond the realm of the...

Engineers Association gets rebrand

Just as people and companies evolve, so do brands — The Association of Consulting Engineers New Zealand (ACENZ) will become the Association...

Finalists selected for 2020 NZ Wood-Resene Timber Design Awards

Judges have completed the task of selecting 48 finalists from the many entries received for the 2020 NZ Wood-Resene Timber Design Awards.

Chief executive appointed to lead new NZ Institute of Skills and Technology

Stephen Town has been named as the inaugural chief executive of the New Zealand Institute of Skills and Technology (working name).

Site theft — the traumatic effects of burglary on clients and builders

By Building Today writer Jo Bailey In October last year, two weeks before I was...

Smarter than your average home

Dimming lights, motorised blinds, thermostats and timers were becoming the minimum expectations in new builds over a decade ago.