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Logic Challenge Shield, Logic Group, Level 4, Forsyth Barr House, 165 Stuart Street Dunedin 9058

The Logic Group team met over the weekend at Flaxes Retreat for their annual Southern Championship. A scavenger hunt was organised – divided into 3 sections, items to find (and bring back), photos to be taken and riddles to solve.  The event had 5 teams dressed as prisoners, Mexicans, surgeons, nerd uber drivers and airline pilots[…]

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Logic Group Christchurch, Logic House, 246 High Street, Christchurch 8011

Our Christchurch team recently spent the day quad/motorbiking in the Torlesse Ranges (Canterbury) – there were quite a few tumbles…..thankfully no broken bones! They were put through their paces on a trail bike and/or ATV quad bike – a great day out.

Logic Group, Level 4, Forsyth Barr House, 165 Stuart Street Dunedin 9058

People, Planet and Profit – These 3P’s (the triple bottom line) provide a great framework for talking about sustainability. The Triple Bottom Line is essentially a reporting system.  We have adopted it so it can drive improvements with our impact on the environment and to help us to focus on what we can do to[…]

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Logic-Vodafone, 25 Lichfield Street Christchurch Central 8011, +64 3 349 6260

The Super Street Arcade game controller with joystick and two over-sized buttons has been installed on the pavement opposite a giant screen on the side of the new Vodafone building today. The link below will take you to a TVNZ one news article for further details. https://www.tvnz.co.nz/one-news/new-zealand/christchurch-outdoor-space-transformed-world-first-giant-arcade-game Logic Group ensures that the Landlords legislation responsibilities[…]

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ANZ Centre, Logic Group, 25 Lichfield Street Christchurch Central 8011, +64 3 349 6260-9159

The Shands building is the oldest timber structure remaining in the Christchurch CBD and was located at 88 Hereford street.  Known as Shands Emporium more recently it was built on land owned by John Shands, an English immigrant farmer. The land was leased to The Canterbury Provincial Superintendent William Moorehouse in 1859 who in turn[…]

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