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 have never before been more connected in history, but many of us have also never felt more alone. Photo / Getty Images

Comment: It's time for the New Zealand Enlightenment

I watched a video the other day of a man demonstrating a machine unlike any to have ever come before it. If there ever was an invention that had the potential to impact generations for centuries or even millennia - I would rank it...


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50, a wooden skyscraper commissioned by Japanese wood products company Sumitomo Forestry to mark its 350th anniversary in 2041. At 70 storeys tall, the building will be 90 per cent wood.

Timber high-rise tower mooted for Auckland: suggestions on a number of sites


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 should be using the equity in our home to give us financial freedom. Photo / 123RF

Andrew Woodward: Why you shouldn't pay off your mortgage


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e BP in Mt Maunganui was selling 91 for 204.9 cents a litre on May 22 - not quite as high as others, selling at 229.9 a litre. Photo / George Novak

Record high prices could backfire on petrol companies, says Consumer NZ


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nedin Casino management have repeatedly refused to confirm or deny whether facial recognition technology is in use. Photo / Getty Images

Casino quiet over facial recognition claim


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isea Bula was working as a front office manager at The Hermitage Hotel. Photo / File

Employee unjustifiably sacked over missing money awarded more than $40k


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e newly married Duke and Duchess of Sussex leave for the reception in an electric Jaguar. Photo / AP

Time to power-up image of electric vehicles


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 Milk Co led the index lower, dropping 3 per cent to $10.71. Photo / Getty Images

A2 Milk drops 3 per cent as sharemarket edges lower


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e New Zealand dollar rallied after US-China trade tensions dissipated. Photo / Kenny Rodger

New Zealand dollar holds gains against US


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