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Japanese films to screen at Albany each month

Japanese films to screen at Albany each month

Afficionados of Japanese films will now get the chance to indulge their passion, with new monthly screenings to be held at the Albany campus. The first screening will be held on October 6 in the Atrium Round Room.

From nurse to doctor – a Tongan legend

From nurse to doctor – a Tongan legend

PhD candidate Sione Vaka headed out to Otahuhu College to talk to students about Tongan myths and legends for Tongan Language Week.

Should stamina-boosting gases be banned?

Should stamina-boosting gases be banned?

Massey University lecturer in sports coaching Paul Macdermid is questioning why the World Anti-Doping Agency (Wada) has banned the use of two performance-enhancing gases without the means to enforce the rules.

Why must politicians tinker with KiwiSaver?

Why must politicians tinker with KiwiSaver?

National is the latest party to announce a new KiwiSaver policy, but what KiwiSaver really needs is to be left alone so New Zealanders can save for their retirement.

Opinion: Snowden steals the show
Tuesday 16 September 2014
Undoubtedly the most interesting of the presenters at Kim Dotcom's "Moment of Truth" was Edward Snowden. He offers an important insight into the systems that our government is a party to, and has...
Japanese films to screen at Albany each month
Friday 12 September 2014
Afficionados of Japanese films will now get the chance to indulge their passion, with new monthly screenings to be held at the Albany campus. The first screening will be held on October 6 in the...
From nurse to doctor – a Tongan legend
Friday 5 September 2014
PhD candidate Sione Vaka headed out to Otahuhu College to talk to students about Tongan myths and legends for Tongan Language Week.
Should stamina-boosting gases be banned?
Thursday 4 September 2014
Massey University lecturer in sports coaching Paul Macdermid is questioning why the World Anti-Doping Agency (Wada) has banned the use of two performance-enhancing gases without the means to enforce...
The fallout from Dirty Politics
Tuesday 2 September 2014
Associate Professor Richard Shaw gives his analysis of the long-term fallout from Dirty Politics on the election and beyond.
Why must politicians tinker with KiwiSaver?
Thursday 28 August 2014
National is the latest party to announce a new KiwiSaver policy, but what KiwiSaver really needs is to be left alone so New Zealanders can save for their retirement.
Opinion: Do we need a capital gains tax?
Tuesday 19 August 2014
The introduction of a capital gains tax would be the biggest expansion to the tax base since GST - but is it really the solution to New Zealand's housing crisis?
A recipe for agrifood success
Friday 15 August 2014
With dropping milk prices currently causing alarm, it's time we asked not what we do 'instead of' dairying, but what we do in addition to it, says Professor Claire Massey.
Opinion: NZ First’s KiwiSaver policy misguided
Sunday 10 August 2014
NZ First's new KiwiSaver policy, which allows withdrawals for education costs, could severely damage a person's financial situation at retirement, says Dr Claire Matthews.
Opinion: Do we need a Royal Commission on the public service?
Thursday 7 August 2014
The Labour Party has announced that it would establish a Royal Commission to inquire into the public service. This arises from concerns about threats to the political neutrality of public servants.
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