Pilates instructor recognised as top CIO

Article by Make Lemonade NZ - Lyndal Stewart pilates instructor Back2Fit

Auckland - An energetic Auckland pilates instructor has leapt to the head of the tech sector by being recognised as one of New Zealand’s top 100 chief information officers (CIOs) in the latest CIO100 list. Auckland’s Lyndal Stewart is one of only eight women honoured in the top CIO100 list and

Students urged to combat cybercrime

Article by Make Lemonade NZ - Ryan Ko, CROW cyber security

Hamilton - The career options for students who want to combat cybercrime are expanding so rapidly into fields like law, research, teaching and insurance that a leading Hamilton based cyber security research centre is urging secondary school students to get serious about tapping into this exciting job market. Globally, unfilled cyber

Exercise, the golden ticket for elderly independence

Article by Make Lemonade NZ - ExerciseNZ Richard Beddie

Wellington - The golden years can be the most enjoyable years of people’s lives and New Zealand exercise experts say regular exercise is a golden ticket for those who strive for elderly independence. More than 300,000 Kiwis are aged 75 years plus and figures from the 2013 census showed 31

New report reveals untapped export opportunity

Article by Make Lemonade NZ.

Auckland - Leading national food and beverage innovators say non-dairy powdered food products are in high demand world-wide and New Zealand needs to act quickly to take advantage of an untapped export growth opportunity.  The New Zealand Food Innovation Network report released this week explores food products in the non-dairy sector, the

Equality attracts top tech talent

Article by Make Lemonade NZ, photo eStar COO Kevin Rowland and women leaders

Christchurch - Leading Australasian eCommerce provider eStar says businesses that practise diversity and equality have a huge competitive edge when it comes to employing top talent and maintaining a productive and engaged workforce. As New Zealand’s fastest growing sector and third largest exporter, tech employs five percent of the workforce and

Exercise experts get flexible for rural health

Article by Make Lemonade NZ - Ryding2Health group exercise

Christchurch - The rise in agritech is making it tough for farmers to stay in prime shape and as a result, personalised exercise programmes in rural communities are in high demand, Exercise New Zealand (ExerciseNZ) says. New Zealand’s rural community has a population of around 600,000 people driving the country’s largest industry,

Review: Ropable set to thrill Hitchcock fans

Article by Make Lemonade NZ - Ropable at The Court Theatre

The Court’s new play Ropable is an ambitious black comedy riddled with Hitchcock nuances. The Christchurch Court Theatre’s latest play, Ropable, takes its audience to the Hitchcock-themed MacGuffin Hotel where a wedding is set to take place between the beautiful daughter of a famous crime novelist and her mother’s narcissistic ex-husband. A savage

Making New Year’s resolutions stick

Article by Make Lemonade NZ - exercise facilities

Christchurch - New Zealand’s leading exercise industry group ExerciseNZ has today appealed to Kiwis to make increased physical activity their resolution for 2017 but it also warned that keeping resolutions isn’t easy and is offering tips on how to make them stick. Fifty percent of people who start an exercise regime are