VIDEO NEWS

A list of all video and multimedia articles in chronological order.

Wheelchair revolution

Wheelchair revolution

A new wheelchair prototype with an innovative propulsion system has been developed by Massey University engineers that attempts to minimise chronic shoulder and wrist problems for self-propelled wheelchair users, while making it easier for users to travel uphill.

International award for film lecturer and script writer

International award for film lecturer and script writer

A film with a script written by Wellington film-maker Costa Botes who teaches screen writing and documentary making at Massey's Wellington campus has won best short film at a Japanese film festival.

How legalising cannabis can help society

How legalising cannabis can help society

Leading drug researcher Associate Professor Chris Wilkins is calling for the adoption of a not-for-profit public health model for recreational cannabis.

Video: Sheep milk kitchen at Field Days

Video: Sheep milk kitchen at Field Days

We ask people what they think of muffins, cheeses and desserts made with sheep's milk at the National Feild Days.

Braking bad - know your weakness
Monday 19 September 2016
Massey University Sport and Exercise scientists Matt Miller and Dr Phil Fink have invented the Brake Power Meter, which automatically measures braking power and time spent braking while you ride - a...
Philosophy lecturer’s video antics gain distant fans
Thursday 11 August 2016
Philosophy lecture Steve Duffin appears to have the dream teaching job if the tropical beach backdrop and iced drink in hand - as he addresses his students - are anything to go by.
Attitudes ‘radically different’ 30 years after gay bill
Monday 11 July 2016
Acceptance of transgender people and the bullying of young LGBT people remain serious issues, but society's attitudes overall are "radically different" to 30 years ago when her bill to...
Poppy the horse recovering well after dramatic river rescue
Monday 13 June 2016
Poppy the horse is 'recovering well' according to her owner and is now up and walking after being rescued from the banks of the Otaki River.
Overdue recognition for trailblazing Kiwi reporter
Friday 27 May 2016
Despite being one of our most successful foreign correspondents, Diana Goodman is far from a household name in New Zealand. But she has finally received the recognition she deserves.
Could cannabis clubs work in New Zealand?
Thursday 5 May 2016
Leading drug researcher Dr Chris Wilkins is calling for the adoption of a not-for-profit club model for cannabis, allowing regulated cannabis products to be sold legally.
Grad singer in tune with Māori women’s success
Tuesday 1 December 2015
Singer-songwriter Ariana Tikao missed her own graduation ceremony at Massey University in 1997. But last Friday she paid tribute to the high number of Māori women doctoral graduates at the...
Old and new flags at hoisting re-enactment
Sunday 15 November 2015
Palmerston North school pupils had a taste of the patriotic flag-hoisting ceremonies - once a regular feature of school life until the 1960s - at a historic re-enactment organised by Massey...
Masterchef finalist scores international career
Monday 14 September 2015
Food technology graduate Gemma Wynne-Lewis may no longer be on TV3's MasterChef, but her career is well on its way up the food chain.
Himalayan challenge a dream for BA grad
Sunday 30 August 2015
When BA graduate Nick Allen was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS) five years ago, he felt his life was practically over. Five years on, he is out of his mobility chair, super-fit and on a...
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