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Campbell Live a casualty of commercial TV reality

Campbell Live a casualty of commercial TV reality

Journalism commentator and educator, Associate Professor Jim Tully, says MediaWorks' changes to TV3's current affairs slot at 7pm suggests New Zealand's two main networks have opted out of providing serious prime time current affairs.

New mobile exercise lab launched

New mobile exercise lab launched

One of Massey University's newest science laboratories is designed to bring the learning experience to distance students and elite athletes all over the country.

Massey presents half a million dollars in ag-hort scholarships

Massey presents half a million dollars in ag-hort scholarships

Massey University last night presented more than $500,000 worth of scholarships to 114 existing and prospective agriculture students.

Saving Darwin’s mockingbird – New Zealand conservation expertise goes global

Saving Darwin’s mockingbird – New Zealand conservation expertise goes global

A Massey biologist is tasked with saving a species of bird that inspired Charles Darwin.

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A list of all Massey News articles in chronological order.

Campbell Live a casualty of commercial TV reality
Thursday 21 May 2015
Journalism commentator and educator, Associate Professor Jim Tully, says MediaWorks' changes to TV3's current affairs slot at 7pm suggests New Zealand's two main networks have opted out of providing...
Massey Maori students inspire school pupils with their stories
Thursday 21 May 2015
Māori student recruitment adviser Kemp Reweti has created a new programme called The Recruitment Roadshow - Our Stories to raise the profile of Massey University Māori students and inspire...
‘Muscular regionalism’ tipped for Hawke’s Bay’s future
Thursday 21 May 2015
Demographic transformation is having a major impact on New Zealand's regions - including Hawke's Bay - and could be the basis for building a new form of "muscular regionalism", says a Massey...
New mobile exercise lab launched
Wednesday 20 May 2015
One of Massey University's newest science laboratories is designed to bring the learning experience to distance students and elite athletes all over the country.
Massey presents half a million dollars in ag-hort scholarships
Wednesday 20 May 2015
Massey University last night presented more than $500,000 worth of scholarships to 114 existing and prospective agriculture students.
Saving Darwin’s mockingbird – New Zealand conservation expertise goes global
Monday 18 May 2015
A Massey biologist is tasked with saving a species of bird that inspired Charles Darwin.
Script writer shares art of page-to-screen
Monday 18 May 2015
Aspiring film scriptwriters will have a chance to hear how to get an idea off the page and onto the screen at a special seminar with scriptwriter Dr Matthew Harris.
Opinion: ACC – Political football du jour
Friday 15 May 2015
The government's announcement of cuts to ACC levies has brought Labour's leader Andrew Little into the fray arguing that he would go one better and return ACC to its former pay-as-you-go model.
Science of the lambs – do sheep have feelings?
Friday 15 May 2015
It is now well accepted that many animals feel pain but scientists are investigating what other emotions - including empathy - they are capable of feeling.
Māori graduates span multiple fields of study
Friday 15 May 2015
From business, sciences, sport and exercise, and social work to Māori visual arts, design, fine arts, humanities and social sciences and teaching, Māori graduates with qualifications in...
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