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Writers' event to explore Kiwis' sense of place

Writers' event to explore Kiwis' sense of place

More than 130 of New Zealand's top writers and literary academics will gather in Wellington next week for a colloquium exploring how a writer's understanding of their place in the world affects their writing.

Belinda fundraises to get out on her bike

Belinda fundraises to get out on her bike

Getting out in Auckland's great outdoors can be fantastic - but it's much harder to access in a regular wheelchair.

Opinion: Roastbusters story is chilling

Opinion: Roastbusters story is chilling

Feminist commentator and business lecturer Dr Deborah Russell explains why she finds every aspect of the Roastbusters case so disturbing.

Exposure unveils potential new Optimist design

Exposure unveils potential new Optimist design

Industrial design student Tim Arbuckle wants more young people to get into the sport of sailing and he believes he may have the design to get nine to 15 year-olds messing about in boats.

Writers' event to explore Kiwis' sense of place
Friday 28 November 2014
More than 130 of New Zealand's top writers and literary academics will gather in Wellington next week for a colloquium exploring how a writer's understanding of their place in the world affects their...
Belinda fundraises to get out on her bike
Thursday 20 November 2014
Getting out in Auckland's great outdoors can be fantastic - but it's much harder to access in a regular wheelchair.
Exposure unveils potential new Optimist design
Thursday 20 November 2014
Industrial design student Tim Arbuckle wants more young people to get into the sport of sailing and he believes he may have the design to get nine to 15 year-olds messing about in boats.
Opinion: Roastbusters story is chilling
Thursday 20 November 2014
Feminist commentator and business lecturer Dr Deborah Russell explains why she finds every aspect of the Roastbusters case so disturbing.
Opinion: Universities' Challenge
Wednesday 19 November 2014
Vice-Chancellor Steve Maharey warns that New Zealand universities will continue to slip down global rankings without better funding and organisation.
The genetic revolution is the green future
Tuesday 18 November 2014
New Zealanders need to lose their fear of genetic modification if we really want to be clean and green, argues Professor Peter Kemp.
What Gallipoli means a century on
Tuesday 18 November 2014
Gallipoli has become something bigger than its military reality, says Professor Glyn Harper, but we shouldn't let it overshadow New Zealand's other military engagements.
Shaping our future
Saturday 15 November 2014
We cannot predict the future with any precision. We can, however, seek to identify the major trends that will shape our world and look at how best to respond to them.
The $10bn threat to our economy
Friday 14 November 2014
Despite our best efforts at the border, the laws of probability dictate that sooner or later foot-and-mouth disease will enter the country.
Navigating uncharted waters
Friday 14 November 2014
The science is now unequivocal - climate change is unprecedented in recent human history. We now need to make decisions about how we will adapt.
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