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Kiwi fit to return to the wild

Kiwi fit to return to the wild

A feisty brown kiwi, dubbed Albion, from Taranaki was released back into the wild over the weekend after a month-long stay in Massey University's Veterinary Teaching Hospital,Wildbase.

Thought-provoking film series to screen in Palmerston North

Thought-provoking film series to screen in Palmerston North

The stories of nine women on the front lines of change in the Middle East are the focus of the 2016 film series, which will screen at the Palmerston North City Library on May 21 and 24.

Happy Flight

Happy Flight

Japan's box-office comedy hit Happy Flight aims to give audiences the fun, excitement and thrill of flying on a jumbo jet.

Inaugural Award honours memory of te reo Māori trailblazer

Inaugural Award honours memory of te reo Māori trailblazer

Hawera Teacher Ngaputiputi Akapita has been named winner of the inaugural Dame Kāterina Te Heikōkō Mataira Award, graduating as the top student in Massey University's kaupapa Māori immersion initial teacher education programme Te Aho Tātairangi.

Kiwi fit to return to the wild
Monday 23 May 2016
A feisty brown kiwi, dubbed Albion, from Taranaki was released back into the wild over the weekend after a month-long stay in Massey University's Veterinary Teaching Hospital,Wildbase.
Thought-provoking film series to screen in Palmerston North
Friday 20 May 2016
The stories of nine women on the front lines of change in the Middle East are the focus of the 2016 film series, which will screen at the Palmerston North City Library on May 21 and 24.
Happy Flight
Monday 16 May 2016
Japan's box-office comedy hit Happy Flight aims to give audiences the fun, excitement and thrill of flying on a jumbo jet.
Inaugural Award honours memory of te reo Māori trailblazer
Friday 13 May 2016
Hawera Teacher Ngaputiputi Akapita has been named winner of the inaugural Dame Kāterina Te Heikōkō Mataira Award, graduating as the top student in Massey University's kaupapa...
Improving health systems' resilience
Tuesday 10 May 2016
Thursday marks International Nurses Day - the annual celebration to mark the contributions nurses make to society around the globe, as well as commemorating the birthday of one of the world's most...
Shooting for Rio
Monday 9 May 2016
Massey University's Recreation Centre became a testing arena for the New Zealand Tall Ferns squad on Saturday with 23 girls participating in a grueling testing regime ahead of the selection for the...
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.
Farewell for 43-year veteran of Massey Manawatū
Monday 2 May 2016
When Alan Anderson joined Massey in 1973, staff numbered in the hundreds and pay cheques were posted out in the internal mail and cashed at the Old Registry Building.
Opinion: How to manage investments in volatile times
Wednesday 27 April 2016
Stock markets have been extremely volatile in 2016, and many are wondering what investment strategy to pursue.
Manawatu to mark International Dance Day
Wednesday 27 April 2016
International Dance Day will be marked in Palmerston North on April 30 with an event organised by Massey University's School of Humanities and in association with Te Manawa.
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