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Animated classic Ponyo to screen at Albany

Animated classic Ponyo to screen at Albany

Ponyo, the animated classic from Studio Ghibli Animation, will screen at Albany on November 3 in the Atrium Round Room

Opinion: Whose crisIS?

Opinion: Whose crisIS?

There are a number of factors New Zealand needs to consider as we establish just what we may or may not want to engage in when it comes to the fight against IS.

Massey scholar sheds light on French Nobel winner

Massey scholar sheds light on French Nobel winner

Patrick who? This year's Nobel Prize for Literature French novelist Patrick Modiano is not exactly a household name in New Zealand — or any English-speaking country for that matter.

Folded desk set to revolutionise office furniture

Folded desk set to revolutionise office furniture

Two visual communication design graduates have modified that revolution in office furniture, the standing desk, so it is portable, affordable and 100 per cent recyclable.

Animated classic Ponyo to screen at Albany
Thursday 30 October 2014
Ponyo, the animated classic from Studio Ghibli Animation, will screen at Albany on November 3 in the Atrium Round Room
Opinion: Whose crisIS?
Wednesday 22 October 2014
There are a number of factors New Zealand needs to consider as we establish just what we may or may not want to engage in when it comes to the fight against IS.
Opinion: Why a living wage makes sense for employers
Tuesday 21 October 2014
Most of our social and economic problems are linked to New Zealand's endemic low rates of pay - and a living wage could provide a solution, says Professor Jim Arrowsmith.
Opinion: The complexities of winning a UN Security Council seat
Friday 17 October 2014
New Zealand's appointment to the United Nations Security Council will afford a number of benefits, and also open up a raft of complexities to navigate.
Massey scholar sheds light on French Nobel winner
Tuesday 14 October 2014
Patrick who? This year's Nobel Prize for Literature French novelist Patrick Modiano is not exactly a household name in New Zealand — or any English-speaking country for that matter.
Folded desk set to revolutionise office furniture
Friday 10 October 2014
Two visual communication design graduates have modified that revolution in office furniture, the standing desk, so it is portable, affordable and 100 per cent recyclable.
Closing the opportunity gap
Friday 10 October 2014
Income inequality in New Zealand is growing faster than in most OECD countries - but just redistributing wealth will not solve the problem, says Professor Christoph Schumacher.
Bringing value of Classical Studies into the present
Friday 3 October 2014
He's immersed in understanding events that may or may not have occurred in Rome 20 centuries ago. But Dr James Richardson has a sharp sense of why Classical Studies offers a serious dose of "the...
Opinion: Prime Minister, President Obama is calling
Tuesday 30 September 2014
Recent developments will put Prime Minister John Key under increasing pressure to make decisions concerning the country's level of commitment to the anti-ISIS coalition and counterterrorism laws that...
Opinion: Meanwhile in the real world... "Where the Left" went wrong
Tuesday 30 September 2014
One of the most memorable scenes played out as American tanks rolled across the desert into Baghdad under orders from President George W Bush involved a character dubbed "Chemical Ali" by the world's...
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