OPINION AND FEATURES

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Farewell for 43-year veteran of Massey Manawatū

Farewell for 43-year veteran of Massey Manawatū

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.

Manawatu to mark International Dance Day

Manawatu to mark International Dance Day

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.

Opinion: How to manage investments in volatile times

Opinion: How to manage investments in volatile times

Stock markets have been extremely volatile in 2016, and many are wondering what investment strategy to pursue.

Comic charm in Russian dreams, tutus, fake forests

Comic charm in Russian dreams, tutus, fake forests

Creative writing papers at Massey University helped Sacha Jones realise the numerous notebooks she had filled with stories of her improbable Sydney childhood, might become a book for publication.

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.
Comic charm in Russian dreams, tutus, fake forests
Sunday 24 April 2016
Creative writing papers at Massey University helped Sacha Jones realise the numerous notebooks she had filled with stories of her improbable Sydney childhood, might become a book for publication.
The other side of Rangitoto – Hauraki Gulf explored
Wednesday 13 April 2016
Rangitoto's slender, symmetrical lava limbs make it Auckland's most iconic marine feature, while Waiheke is popular with day-trippers and boaties. In his new book, notable historian Kerry Howe shares...
Opinion: Are companies finally taking reputation seriously?
Tuesday 12 April 2016
Colmar Brunton's just-announced 2016 Reputation Index is the fourth survey of its type to be released in as many weeks, notes Dr Chris Galloway.
British collaboration celebrates Māori cinema
Friday 8 April 2016
The legacy of New Zealand's early Māori filmmakers has been honored with a hui to celebrate their ground breaking work.
Decade of action on nutrition
Thursday 7 April 2016
The United Nations General Assembly recently proclaimed 2016-2025 as the Decade of Action on Nutrition, and New Zealand can play a key role in this, says Nutrition and Food Systems Professor Barbara...
Opinion: There is nothing new about Māori ‘privilege’
Wednesday 6 April 2016
Once again the spectre of Māori privilege has reared its head. The catalyst this time is TVNZ's Kiwimeter survey. The question that has provoked uproar asks whether or not 'Māori should...
Governor-General gets FoodHQ briefing at Manawatū
Wednesday 6 April 2016
Governor-General Sir Jerry Mateparae and Lady Janine Mateparae were hosted at the Manawatū campus yesterday as part of Sir Jerry's programme for the year focusing on science and innovation.
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