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Feet do the talking for Freyberg language students

Feet do the talking for Freyberg language students

More than 100 Spanish and Japanese language pupils from Palmerston North's Freyberg High School hit the dance floor for a hip-swaying salsa lesson at the Manawatū campus this week. The lesson was part of a fun morning of cultural events to highlight the value of learning another language.

Opinion: A code of conduct for all advisers

Opinion: A code of conduct for all advisers

Getting the Financial Advisers Act review right potentially means the difference between investors protecting and growing their assets, or losing everything, says Dr Jeff Stangl.

Japanese film a rare road movie gem

Japanese film a rare road movie gem

The Japanese film Haru's Journey - to screen at Massey University's Auckland campus on Monday, July 8 - is a rare road movie gem, filmed in the Tohoku region before the devastating 2011 Great East Japan Earthquake.

Māori ceremony 'un-names' New Zealand glacier

Māori ceremony 'un-names' New Zealand glacier

A South Island glacier has been "un-named" by an international artist accompanied by a representative of Ngāi Tahu.

Feet do the talking for Freyberg language students
Friday 3 July 2015
More than 100 Spanish and Japanese language pupils from Palmerston North's Freyberg High School hit the dance floor for a hip-swaying salsa lesson at the Manawatū campus this week. The lesson...
Opinion: A code of conduct for all advisers
Wednesday 1 July 2015
Getting the Financial Advisers Act review right potentially means the difference between investors protecting and growing their assets, or losing everything, says Dr Jeff Stangl.
Japanese film a rare road movie gem
Tuesday 30 June 2015
The Japanese film Haru's Journey - to screen at Massey University's Auckland campus on Monday, July 8 - is a rare road movie gem, filmed in the Tohoku region before the devastating 2011 Great East...
Māori ceremony 'un-names' New Zealand glacier
Monday 29 June 2015
A South Island glacier has been "un-named" by an international artist accompanied by a representative of Ngāi Tahu.
Matariki dawns at Massey's Auckland campus
Thursday 25 June 2015
The Māori festival of Matariki was heralded with a dawn ceremony at the Auckland campus last week.
Tips for dealing with stress, contaminants from flooding
Wednesday 24 June 2015
Massey University emergency management specialists from the Joint Centre for Disaster Research have offered online tips to help people deal with the psychological impact of the floods in Whanganui...
Japanese photographic exhibition comes to Albany
Tuesday 23 June 2015
An uplifting exhibition of 123 photographs showing aspects of the Tohoku region in Japan before its devastation by the 2011 tsunami and earthquakes, will open in Auckland on July 11 at Massey...
Women cheese-makers part of Taranaki life in WWI
Monday 22 June 2015
Heavy duty farming tasks and cheese making in local Taranaki factories became women's work during the First World War, says Massey University historian Associate Professor James Watson.
Opinion: BA myth-busting overdue
Thursday 18 June 2015
Medicine? Media Studies? Medieval Literature? Myths and misconceptions die hard in the university degree comparison stakes. Such choices can lead to feisty debates between parents and their offspring...
Massey staff raise over $600 for Oxfam
Thursday 18 June 2015
A fundraising morning tea held recently at Massey University's Auckland campus, as part of a national fundraising drive, raised more than $600 for Oxfam.
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