Auckland wins bid to host major international Food Science and Technology Congress in 2020
New Zealand’s knowledgeable food industry network and Auckland’s strong business event offering have helped secure the International Union of Food Science and Technology (IUFoST) 20th World Congress of Food Science and Technology for Auckland.
DIGMYIDEA Māori Innovation Challenge winners’ ideas support whanauTwo technology ideas which will improve the lives of whanau have been selected as winners in the DIGMYIDEA Māori Innovation Challenge.
iDEAStarter launches today turning fresh ideas into businessesYoung Auckland entrepreneurial talent is being fostered with the launch today of iDEAStarter – a competition which encourages young people to turn their energy and ideas into action.
Government’s re-affirmed screen industry support great news for Auckland’s thriving sectorAuckland’s screen production industry is booming, and today’s announcement by the Government of a $305 million, four-year commitment to the national industry will help to ensure that Auckland remains a sought-after destination for international and domestic producers.
Ministers Simon B
JK to show pride of Auckland to Lions fansRugby legend, mental health campaigner and proud Aucklander Sir John Kirwan is schooling up British and Irish Lions fans, and even Auckland locals, on the diverse experiences the region offers in a series of new campaigns.
Alexandra the great new option for Lions campervannersAuckland’s ability to host an army of camper van-driving British and Irish Lions rugby fans at temporary campgrounds next month has just been boosted with at least 200 new sites now available at the region’s famed trotting venue Alexandra Park.
The new self-contained campervan sites ann
DIGMYIDEA Māori Innovation Challenge finalists announcedA group of budding Māori digital entrepreneurs have been selected as finalists in the DIGMYIDEA Māori Innovation Challenge which aims to stimulate interest and involvement of Māori in New Zealand’s innovation ecosystem.
Ten ideas – submitted either by individuals or teams of up to five
JobFest opens today with a focus on young Māori and Pacific Island AucklandersA record 1,250 jobs are available for young Aucklanders at today’s JobFest event (Wednesday 3 May) – New Zealand’s largest youth employment event – which has a particular focus on young Māori and Pacific Island jobseekers.
Help make Auckland events world-renownedVolunteers needed for Auckland’s international and home-grown events.
The search is on for volunteers to help make Auckland’s calendar of major events major successes, with more than 150 people needed to be city ambassadors for the 34,500 visitors expected here for the DHL New Zealand L