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Study aims to find human impact of living wage

Study aims to find human impact of living wage

Massey University's living wage research project has launched the 'Waging Well' survey, which focuses on what a living wage means for workers.

Little blue penguin back at sea after hospital stint

Little blue penguin back at sea after hospital stint

Wildbase Recovery Community Trust ambassador and Rangitikei MP Ian McKelvie joined Massey University veterinary staff to release a little blue penguin back into the sea at Himatangi Beach this morning.

Tradition nets supreme award for Sealord

Tradition nets supreme award for Sealord

Sealord Group's Hot Manuka Smoked Salmon received a resounding thumbs up from the judging panel at this year's New Zealand Food Awards.

Terror's third generation a warning for New Zealand

Terror's third generation a warning for New Zealand

The United States and its "partner nations" have initiated a range of attacks on the Islamic State terrorists in Syria and Iraq. Should New Zealand remain on the sidelines?

Study aims to find human impact of living wage

Study aims to find human impact of living wage

Massey University's living wage research project has launched the 'Waging Well' survey, which focuses on what a living wage means for workers.

Top researchers recognised with scholarships

Top researchers recognised with scholarships

River pollution, Palestinian politics, bird pain and children's health are among diverse research topics by top masters and doctoral students at the Manawatū campus to receive scholarships on Monday.

Little blue penguin back at sea after hospital stint

Little blue penguin back at sea after hospital stint

Wildbase Recovery Community Trust ambassador and Rangitikei MP Ian McKelvie joined Massey University veterinary staff to release a little blue penguin back into the sea at Himatangi Beach this morning.

Early detection key to avoiding large Ebola outbreaks

Early detection key to avoiding large Ebola outbreaks

Improved diagnosis of people with severe fevers is essential in the battle against the deadly Ebola virus, a study published in the Journal of Infection in Developing Countries has found.

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University News

Massey students out in force to plant trees

Massey students out in force to plant trees

Green-fingered Massey students helped add 100 more trees, including five specially- cultivated 50th jubilee karaka seedlings, to Palmerston North's Pit Park last weekend.

Teaching Japanese to Gen Z

Teaching Japanese to Gen Z

Creating language communities and using animated visual tools to teach grammar were among ideas canvassed at a workshop for Japanese language teachers.

Festival celebrates eclectic new arts talent

Festival celebrates eclectic new arts talent

Stories of the everyday and extraordinary are told through poetry, theatre, dance and film at the Festival of New Arts, featuring new work by Massey's students and staff.

Massey helps prevent pandemics in South Asia

Massey helps prevent pandemics in South Asia

Massey University is helping prevent the spread of zoonotic diseases from animals to humans in South Asia.

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Awards and Appointments

Tradition nets supreme award for Sealord

Tradition nets supreme award for Sealord

Sealord Group's Hot Manuka Smoked Salmon received a resounding thumbs up from the judging panel at this year's New Zealand Food Awards.

Sport management success celebrated

Sport management success celebrated

Top students in Massey's Sport Management and Coaching programme were recognised at an event that also celebrated a new book about the All Blacks' winning ethos.

2014 NZ Food Awards Finalists selected

2014 NZ Food Awards Finalists selected

From Mountain Moonshine to Nice Cream, low-sugar soda to Black Devil Caramel, this year's line up of New Zealand Food Awards finalists are a foodie's delight.

New chairman for Riddet Institute

New chairman for Riddet Institute

Dr Kevin Marshall has been appointed as chairman of the Riddet Institute, replacing Dr Jim Watson.

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Opinion and Features

Rare Gandhi photos in Albany campus exhibition

Rare Gandhi photos in Albany campus exhibition

Seldom seen photographs of prominent Indian political and spiritual leader Mahatma Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi will be on show at Massey's Albany campus library for 10 days.

Website election queries differ to media focus

Website election queries differ to media focus

An online web platform that enabled voters to ask questions of candidates in the lead up to the general election found the issues were quite different to those in the media.

Remember the ‘health’ in health and safety

Remember the ‘health’ in health and safety

The government's guidelines around workplace bullying don't go far enough say researchers from Massey University's Healthy Work Group.

Terror's third generation a warning for New Zealand

Terror's third generation a warning for New Zealand

The United States and its "partner nations" have initiated a range of attacks on the Islamic State terrorists in Syria and Iraq. Should New Zealand remain on the sidelines?

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Little blue penguin back at sea after hospital stint

Wildbase Recovery Community Trust ambassador and Rangitikei MP Ian McKelvie joined Massey University veterinary staff to release a little blue penguin back into the sea at Himatangi Beach.

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