International education consultant James Harrison believes society and education are too far separated from one another. In his vision of what is possible for the next generation, the wider community - including businesses - would play a much greater role in creating young people with a skillset to last them a lifetime.
Wellington's new Supreme Court joins the list of Wellingtons' buildings that will survive a major earthquake thanks to base isolation using lead-rubber bearings.
The Loaded Hog bar and restaurant on Auckland's Viaduct is about to undergo a transformation. Owner Jonathan Botherway's vision is for four themed bars - all designed to attract a more sophisticated, "25-plus" crowd.
For Land Equity Group Managing Director Donald Stott, the Watermark is a once in a lifetime project that has been 14 years in the making. With demolition now complete, his vision for a residential building that stands apart from the morass of inner-city developments is finally becoming a reality.
Businesses are facing an unprecedented shortage of skilled workforce to draw upon. To overcome this problem, we've got to find new ways of interacting with the next generation.