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ikeGPS announced that CEO and CTO are relocating from the Wellington, New Zealand headquarters to the company’s Broomfield, Colorado sales & marketing office.
NEW PLYMOUTH, New Zealand, May 14, 2015 /PRNewswire/ - Oil and gas operator TAG Oil Ltd., listed on the Toronto Stock Exchange (trading symbol TAO), and in the US on the OTCQX Market (trading
ikeGPS announced the opening of a new Seattle office in support of the company’s global growth plans.
VANCOUVER, May 12, 2015 /PRNewswire/ - Mr.
CLEVELAND, May 12, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Driven by the growing demand for drugs of abuse testing solutions in Australasia, two world leading drug testing agencies have joined forces to open
Pioneering institution is the first to install the integrated, best-in-class solution in New Zealand SEATTLE, May 7, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- The University of Waikato joins the
Arrangement will provide clients in the region with greater access to Remsoft’s industry standard optimization solutions. (PRWEB) April 22, 2015 FREDERICTON
Over 15,000 Students From Around the World Gathered in Louisville, Kentucky! GREENVILLE, Texas, April 20, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- Over the weekend, more than 850 teams from 29 nations gathered
High performance beauty products from the certified natural skincare company, including best-selling Trilogy Certified Organic Rosehip Oil and Everything Balm, are now available at Whole Foods
VANCOUVER, April 16, 2015 /PRNewswire/ - TAG Oil Ltd. (TSX: TAO and OTCQX: TAOIF): Mr.
The Romney sheep, also known as the Romney marsh sheep or the Kent, is a breed of domestic sheep that originated in England and was recognized as an official breed by 1800. The breed at this time was an improved breed that had been developed from medieval longwool breeds and crossbred with Bakewell’s English Leicester. This breed was first exported in 1853, when twenty individuals were sent to New Zealand, and by the 1990’s the breed comprised over half of New Zealand’s sheep...
The Coopworth sheep is a breed of domestic sheep that was developed in New Zealand during the twentieth century. A group of researchers working at Lincoln University began studying the Border Leicester crossbreed, and later the Romney -Border Leicester crossbreed, in hopes of developing ewes that would have a higher reproduction rate. Early results showed some promise, with an increase in lambing of up to thirty percent, which caused the researchers to question whether Border Leicester...
Archey’s frog (Leiopelma archeyi) is one of three or four living species within the Leiopelma genus, which holds frogs that are native to New Zealand. This species can only be found along the Coromandel Peninsula and because it has not changed much throughout the past two hundred million years, it is considered to be a living fossil. Little is known about the habits of Archey’s frog, but it is known to be terrestrial, inhabiting damp areas at high elevations. It is thought that males...
Holarchaea novaeseelandiae is one of only two described species in the genus Holarchaea and is native to New Zealand. This spider is very small at less than 1.5 millimeters long. It is shiny black, brown, olive, or beige in color. The head region is clearly distinguished, features eight eyes, and a few setae. It occurs only in the forests of New Zealand. It lives in humid environments and has been found on moss, ferns, and plant litter. Image Caption: adult Holarchaea sp. from New...
The Waitoreke is a cryptid from New Zealand described as being otter-like. Its name derived from “Wai” is a Maori word for water. The rest of the word has different translations, but the common one is “toreke,” which means to disappear. Together the name could translate into “disappears into water” or another translation is a “disappearing water specter.” The usual description is a small otter-like creature about the size of a cat. It has brownish short fur and short...
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