OPINION AND FEATURES

A list of all feature articles in chronological order.

Backing the Black Sticks

Backing the Black Sticks

Black Sticks captain Simon Child has a big task ahead - uniting his team in Rio, in the hope of winning gold.

Looking to the past for solutions to Auckland’s crises

Looking to the past for solutions to Auckland’s crises

Can we learn from past crises to inform current solutions? That's the theme behind this year's Vaughan Park Sir Paul Reeves Memorial Lecture being delivered by historian Professor Michael Belgrave. The lecture at Massey University this Wednesday July 27th is entitled 'Auckland in crisis: What should government do?'

Opinion: Education can stop the unthinkable

Opinion: Education can stop the unthinkable

As our education becomes more managed, more 'effective' in economic terms, it offers less and less of a barrier to barbarity, says Dr Damian Ruth.

Inspiring Māori students into business

Inspiring Māori students into business

While many teenagers have spent their holidays chasing Pokemon, one group has been chasing another dream - a future in business. The fourth annual Te Wero Pakihi brought 50 students from around New Zealand to Auckland to learn about business at Massey University and then put some of those learnings into practice in a business challenge.

Backing the Black Sticks
Monday 25 July 2016
Black Sticks captain Simon Child has a big task ahead - uniting his team in Rio, in the hope of winning gold.
Looking to the past for solutions to Auckland’s crises
Friday 22 July 2016
Can we learn from past crises to inform current solutions? That's the theme behind this year's Vaughan Park Sir Paul Reeves Memorial Lecture being delivered by historian Professor Michael Belgrave....
Opinion: Education can stop the unthinkable
Thursday 21 July 2016
As our education becomes more managed, more 'effective' in economic terms, it offers less and less of a barrier to barbarity, says Dr Damian Ruth.
Inspiring Māori students into business
Wednesday 20 July 2016
While many teenagers have spent their holidays chasing Pokemon, one group has been chasing another dream - a future in business. The fourth annual Te Wero Pakihi brought 50 students from around New...
Bond of brothers
Wednesday 20 July 2016
Alistair Bond and his Olympic gold medalist brother Hamish share more than just a love of rowing. The siblings are also bonded by their connection with Massey University.
Opinion: We need to talk about sports funding
Tuesday 19 July 2016
Running sports to produce medalists requires considerable resources and they don't come cheap, writes Professor Steve Stannard.
Opinion: Closing the rich-poor divide in literacy
Tuesday 19 July 2016
New research reported in the media recently, again puts the spotlight on the two-year gap between rich and poor schools that has disadvantaged our poorest children in the last 20 years. Many of...
Dream of improving Cameroon’s food export industry drives researcher
Tuesday 19 July 2016
Dr Sunny Gwanpua is a man on a mission - one that has taken him around the world.
Massey researcher using numbers to ripen future of kiwifruit
Tuesday 19 July 2016
As a youngster, Dr Andrew East would volunteer to take on the scorebook for his school cricket team.
Opinion: Not all Brexiters are racists
Friday 15 July 2016
Racism is not the only reason so many Brits voted for Brexit, says Dr Mark Avis. The EU has many failings that have been left out of the debate and media coverage.
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