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    Vodafone back in black as sales tick up
     21 August 2017
    Vodafone's books were back in the black after three years in the red as the country's biggest mobile operator boosted revenue.
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    $35m for advanced genomics research
    18 Aug: About $35 million will be invested over seven years in Genomics Aotearoa, a new science organisation supporting advanced genomics research.... more
    Owha the leopard seal loving NZ waters
    18 Aug: Sightings of leopard seals suggest that what is described as an Antarctic species could be common in the waters around New Zealand, a marine scientist says.... more
    Extinct penguin never existed
    17 Aug: Otago scientists have found that an extinct penguin, was actually made up of the bones from three different living penguins.... more
    Extinct Northland shag a distinct species
    16 Aug: Researchers have concluded that bones found in Northland belong to a previously undescribed and extinct bird species dubbed the Kohatu shag.... more
    India's blurry battle between digital freedom and security
    11 Aug: India is increasingly pulling the plug on the internet in an effort to combat militants and troublemakers organising online. While the action is supported by some, authorities also acknowledge the perils of limiting communication.... more
    Spider named after Canterbury academic
    11 Aug: A native jumping spider has been reclassified and renamed Trite pollardi in honour of Canterbury University spider biologist Professor Simon Pollard.... more
    Century-old cake found in Antarctic hut
    11 Aug: A 100-year-old cake described as being in excellent condition has been found among artefacts at Cape Adare by the Christchurch-based Antarctic Heritage Trust.... more
    NZ's cyber force feels way in first months
    10 Aug: The government's Computer Emergency Response Team has negotiated its first three months in dealing with 364 cyber crime complaints.... more
    Telecoms pricing bill being downloaded
    8 Aug: Parliament is about to click 'accept' on new rules for the pricing of fibre and copper line services which will bring them into line with gas and electricity.... more

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     26 Jul: NZ once had own black swan: study ++++++++++++++++++++
     25 Jul: Microsoft Paint is being removed from Windows, shocking users everywhere ++++++++++++++++++
     11 Aug: Spider named after Canterbury academic +++++++++++++++++
     01 Aug: Google search data can prove everybody lies, author Seth Stephens-Davidowitz says ++++++++++++++
     03 Aug: Marine orchestra captured in Hauraki Gulf +++++++++++++
     08 Aug: Telecoms pricing bill being downloaded +++++++++++++
     04 Aug: Machinery recalls golden age of Thames ++++++++++++

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      22 Aug: Global financial tech player enters new zealand (NZ Herald)
      21 Aug: Watch: kiwi company 8i making 3d holograms (NZ Herald)
      21 Aug: New tech simplifies dna sequencing for primary sector (RadioNZ)
      21 Aug: Kiwi tech company 8i brings true 3d holograms a step closer (NZ Herald)
      21 Aug: Technology drives canterbury's utility services employment (Stuff.co.nz)
      21 Aug: Global bank using tech to streamline kiwi govt (NZ Herald)
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