Biscuit exhibit offers commentary on casualties of war

Biscuit exhibit offers commentary on casualties of war

He has staged an art exhibition and installation of Anzac biscuits in France and now Associate Professor Kingsley Baird's thought-provoking commentary on the carnage and casualties of war is to be staged in Germany - with some key differences.

'Duckman' gives 25k to wildlife hospital expansion

'Duckman' gives 25k to wildlife hospital expansion

A Wellington businessman who featured on Television One News' Good Sorts segment on Sunday has donated $25,000 towards the expansion of the Wildbase wildlife hospital at Massey University's Manawatū campus.

New novel explores cross-cultural complexities

New novel explores cross-cultural complexities

When she visited the Chatham Islands to find out about her ancestral links to the Moriori people, Tina Dahlberg says she felt a profound connection to the land.

Saudi Arabia Agriculture Minister visits Massey

Saudi Arabia Agriculture Minister visits Massey

A delegation of 27 Saudi Arabia officials today visited Massey University's Manawatū campus to learn from the University's agricultural and food safety expertise.

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