Missing 10 year old autistic Waikanaeboy found safe and well

A missing ten year old boy with autism was found safe and well in Waikanae after he went missing amid concerns over his wellbeing.

There was a sign of relief in the streets of Waikanae afterNathan Daniel Callaghan was found safe. He was found hiding in a house opposite their family home on Winara Ave, Waikanae. The boy was seen wrapped in a sheet ad being supported by two people up the driveway of his family home on Winara Ave, Waikanae.

Virgin Atlantic’s 747-400 series Jumbo Jet Lady Penelope Up for Sale

Lady Penelope which has served Virgin Atlantic's fleet for twenty five years is up for sale on eBay. The 747-400 series jumbo jet which joined the airline in 1994 could be bought for about $US299, 000, at least that is the one bid which the aircraft has.

The plane is stationed at the Arizona airplane graveyard since the time it made its last commercial flight from JFK to Heathrow last year in September.

Although there is only one bid for Lady Penelope but the number of visitors on the page are a huge 2000 views every hour.

New Zealand Kiwifruit Growers have a Bumper Season

The kiwi fruit growers in New Zealand experienced a bumper crop year.

New Zealand's kiwifruit season for the year 2015-16 set new records for the industry. Zespri gave the largest ever total return to the kiwi growers along with the highest recorded green return per hectare. The highest sales volume was recorded by Zespri green and Zespri SunGold kiwifruit both.

Air New Zealand Trials Robotic Inspection Equipments Originally Meant for the Dairy Industry

Robotic inspection equipments which were originally designed to inspect damage in the milk tanks might now be used by Air New Zealand to keep its aircraft fuselage safe.

A robot made in New Zealand aimed for use in the dairy industry is helping the carrier to keep its aircrafts safe. Air New Zealand has partnered with Invert Robotics, company based in Christchurch to test robotic inspections of its aircrafts. The robots use remote-controlled cameras, to detect damage from activities like lightning.

Russell John Tully sent to prison for 27 years

Russell John Tully, the Ashburton Work and Income shooter has been sent to prison for 27 years, which is one of the longest sentences imposed in New Zealand.

Justice Cameron Mander has described him as "a very dangerous man" during sentencing in the High Court at Christchurch. The man was charged with shooting in cold-blooded executions. They victims were killed while they were defenceless and were working on their job.

Report Shows More Single Men Own Orange County Homes Compared to Women

A new study by RealtyTrac showed that there is more number of Orange County homes that are owned by single men compared to single women. The homes that the single men own are also comparatively costlier and more profitable than the houses owned by the women.

 The study found that single men owned 20,593 Orange County homes and 14,608 were identified to be owned by single women and that's a stark forty one percent difference. The numbers are based on records collected by the online real estate tracker from April.

Reports Suggest Apple might be Considering an Acquisition Deal for Time Warner

If a report from the Financial Times was to be believed Apple could actually become the second biggest media company globally only after Disney.

 The report said that one of the Apple executives has proposed bidding for the media company that owns the HBO, Warner Bros. movie studio, and CNN.

Senior VP of Internet services of Apple, Eddie Cue suggested the idea to Time Warner's, Olaf Olafsson, in late 2015. The discussion was rather preliminary and did not take any serious turns and even Tim Cook; Apple's CEO was not involved in it.

Takata Appoints Financial Advisory Firm Lazard to Lead Restructuring Plan

Takata Corp, the air bag maker from Japan has been losing money continuously due to the recall of hundred thousands of its faulty airbags. The company said on Thursday, it has hired Lazard, the financial advisory and asset management firm to help it tackle the problems through a financial restructuring.

Salesforce.com will Use Amazon Web Services for Expanding its Presence in Canada and Australia

There were some hints that pointed at Salesforce getting cozy with Amazon Web Services when Marc Benioff, the chief executive of Salesforce went all out to praise Amazon's cloud unit during the recent earnings call. The reason is quite clear now. Salesforce.com announced on Wednesday that it will use Amazon Web Services (A.W.S.) to expand its presence in Canada and Australia. The deal is valued at approximately $400 million. In case if the deal leads to success there could be further augmentation to the transaction.