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While the Government is set to release their new plan to "combat obesity", the first Fat Studies class offered in New Zealand is drawing to a close.
Massey University e-learning specialist Dr Maggie Hartnett is working with teachers of Year 5 and 6 classes at Palmerston North's Russell Street School and Ashhurst Primary School for the next 18 months in one of the Ministry of Education's Teacher-Led Innovation Fund projects.
Social work students from Massey and Waikato Universities are working together to contribute to the fight against child sex trade and human trafficking in Cambodia.
As a small, relatively wealthy country we have the luxury to be innovative with our flag design, while remembering what flags represent, especially amid a humanitarian crisis, says Associate Professor Beth Greener.
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Last updated on Friday 26 June 2015
Sometimes situations can boil over into violence - and kiwi are no different.