OPINION AND FEATURES

A list of all feature articles in chronological order.

Advancing Pacific Social Work Symposium

Advancing Pacific Social Work Symposium

For the first time, a Pacific region-wide gathering designed specifically to address Pacific social work, will be held in Fiji next week.

Learning the mechanics of biomechanics

Learning the mechanics of biomechanics

What do a rugby scrum, hip replacement surgery and a game of Wii bowling all have in common? What about rising from a chair, jumping on a trampoline, or making a bed?

Getting to Zero: Global Social Work Responds to HIV

Getting to Zero: Global Social Work Responds to HIV

A new joint publication from the International Association of Schools and Social Work and the Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS, gives renewed global focus to the Getting to Zero strategy.

Opinion: View of education ‘dangerously narrow’

Opinion: View of education ‘dangerously narrow’

The Productivity Commission's New Models of Tertiary Education report, including 77 findings and 49 recommendations, presents a slightly modified suite of proposals to the draft released late last year.

Ageing with dignity is a basic right
Tuesday 6 December 2016
For many people, age is just a number. But ageing is also emerging as one of the greatest areas of inequality in our society.
Banking on our future biodiversity
Monday 5 December 2016
Craig McGill explains how the New Zealand Indigenous Flora Seed Bank Project is safeguarding New Zealand's biodiversity for future generations.
An ecologist’s dream of a predator-free NZ
Friday 2 December 2016
Can New Zealand really become predator-free by 2050? Professor Dianne Brunton gives a personal view from the frontline.
The gender (r)evolution
Thursday 1 December 2016
Boy or girl? This is the first question that is asked about most of us, often before we are even born. But the answer to that question can shape our entire lives.
Opinion: The case for medicinal cannabis
Tuesday 29 November 2016
The case for medicinal cannabis: where there is smoke there may well be fire, writes Dr Chris Wilkins.
Large-scale dams no solution for drought
Tuesday 29 November 2016
The debate around the impact of large-scale dams is often one sided, says water ecologist Dr Mike Joy. He explains why big irrigation schemes lock farmers into a high-risk cycle.
Keys to Tongan male academic success identified
Monday 28 November 2016
Finding the balance between church, family and study has been identified as a key to greater academic success for Tongan men.
Māori research says principals need to share power
Monday 28 November 2016
Secondary school principals are being urged to share their power in new research aimed at improving the educational outcomes for Māori students.
Opinion: BA - meeting job market demand for transferable skills
Monday 28 November 2016
A recent report from Radio New Zealand of declining enrolments in Arts degrees at a number of New Zealand universities is bad news, and not just for those universities where numbers are declining. In...
The rise of the robo-advisor
Monday 28 November 2016
Like so many other areas, technology is in the process of transforming the way we invest our money. Are robo-advisors a threat to be resisted, or an opportunity to be grasped?
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