OPINION AND FEATURES

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Retail trends in 2015 and beyond

Retail trends in 2015 and beyond

Associate Professor Valentyna Melnyk outlines the key global trends in retail that New Zealand retailers should be aware of.

Japanese film season opens with Bread of Happiness

Japanese film season opens with Bread of Happiness

As summer holidays give way to normal daily work and school routines, the monthly Japanese film screenings return to Massey University's Auckland campus on February 2.

Opinion: RMA reforms like a search for a unicorn

Opinion: RMA reforms like a search for a unicorn

The Resource Management Act is probably the most amended act in New Zealand, with each amendment accompanied by a promise that the latest modification will secure a better, faster, more efficient and cheaper system.

Healthy lifestyles encouraged at new nutrition clinic

Healthy lifestyles encouraged at new nutrition clinic

Achieving your New Year's resolution to eat heathier just got easier with the opening of a new nutrition and dietetics centre in Auckland.

Retail trends in 2015 and beyond
Friday 30 January 2015
Associate Professor Valentyna Melnyk outlines the key global trends in retail that New Zealand retailers should be aware of.
Opinion: RMA reforms like a search for a unicorn
Friday 23 January 2015
The Resource Management Act is probably the most amended act in New Zealand, with each amendment accompanied by a promise that the latest modification will secure a better, faster, more efficient and...
Japanese film season opens with Bread of Happiness
Friday 23 January 2015
As summer holidays give way to normal daily work and school routines, the monthly Japanese film screenings return to Massey University's Auckland campus on February 2.
Healthy lifestyles encouraged at new nutrition clinic
Thursday 22 January 2015
Achieving your New Year's resolution to eat heathier just got easier with the opening of a new nutrition and dietetics centre in Auckland.
Terrorist attack challenges journalists' convictions
Thursday 8 January 2015
The terrorist attack on the premises of Paris-based satirical magazine Charlie Hebdo is further evidence of the swiftly changing world for journalists, a journalism commentator says.
Early death post World War I risk for returned soldiers
Tuesday 6 January 2015
New Zealand soldiers who survived the First World War typically lost around eight years of life and had an increased risk of early death in the post-war period according to new research.
Pacific human rights issues discussed
Thursday 18 December 2014
More than 70 human rights practitioners, researchers and academics from the Pacific region attended a conference at Massey University's Auckland campus on December 8-10 to discuss human rights.
To buy or not to buy?
Tuesday 9 December 2014
In our biggest urban areas it is becoming impossible for many to purchase a home, so is it now time to reframe our expectations?
Regional reform set to shake-up Greater Wellington
Wednesday 3 December 2014
Reform of greater Wellington's regional governance is an essential but not necessarily smooth process writes Associate Professor Christine Cheyne, a specialist in local government and community...
Writers' event to explore Kiwis' sense of place
Friday 28 November 2014
More than 130 of New Zealand's top writers and literary academics will gather in Wellington next week for a colloquium exploring how a writer's understanding of their place in the world affects their...
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