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Monash University brings power to the people through video project
"Through Indaba, a group, community or organisation can create authentic videos, from ideation to production, and tell their story without third-party intervention."
Vodafone NZ Foundation unveils mural in wake of terror attacks
Wellington-based muralist Ruth Robertson-Taylor created the art piece over six months, with consultation and contributions from the Muslim community.
Blue Prism brings new automation capabilities to online community
Blue Prism has announced additions to its affiliate partner list in order to extend the Robotic Process Automation (RPA) capabilities on its Digital Exchange (DX) platform.
Neighbourly celebrates massive milestone
“Hitting three quarters of a million members in just a few years is remarkable. It really proves how community-minded Kiwis are.”
New app launches to protect our oceans
The app has been designed to spread the message of ocean conservation by enabling people to share both positive ocean experiences and thoughts of concern about the state of the world's oceans.
Impact Hub boosts Waikato’s social enterprise scene
This month Impact Hub Waikato opened in Cambridge. The hub aims to support and expand the region’s social enterprise sector.
Blue Prism looks to future of collaboration with new launch
Blue Prism has launched a new online community and has also added ecommerce capabilities to its Digital Exchange service.
WA council first to adopt new Datacom tech for local government
The early adopter Shire of Majinup’s initial priority is to use Datascape to help it engage more closely with its community.
In memoriam: Paul Douglas, a man of tremendous intellect and sense of humour
"He is dearly missed by the IBM New Zealand team and we are supporting his family through this difficult time."
Auckland Council, Spark open their final community basketball court in Glen Innes
Auckland Council hopes that the free Wi-Fi at this basketball court will encourage the community to increase their physical activity.
Community project: Everyday Aussies skew energy market
"Business and governments should take heed: mum and dad investors love clean energy and they’re putting their money where their mouth is.”