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International award for film tutor and script writer

International award for film tutor and script writer

A film with a script written by Wellington film-maker Costa Botes who teaches screen writing and documentary making at Massey's Wellington campus has won best short film at a Japanese film festival.

NZ's first certified Cicerone to judge craft beers

NZ's first certified Cicerone to judge craft beers

The New Zealand Food Awards is proud to announce Josh Scott has joined the technical judging panel to judge the craft beer group within the Countdown Alcoholic Beverage Category.

Dairy shown to improve bone health of Kiwi children

Dairy shown to improve bone health of Kiwi children

New research shows children drinking milk at school have greater increases in the size and strength of their bones, compared to children who are not involved in the Fonterra Milk for Schools programme.

Car wrecking - a vehicle for stroke rehab

Car wrecking - a vehicle for stroke rehab

Dismantling car engines and sorting parts is proving to be a successful form of rehabilitation for stroke survivors under 65 in a unique project at the Manfeild Raceway, near Feilding.

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A list of all Massey News articles in chronological order.

30 years of scholarships from academic gown trust
Wednesday 21 June 2017
Cancer therapies, volunteering, plant biology and sustainable development are among the diverse topics being undertaken by Massey University post-doctoral researchers awarded scholarships by the...
New ecentre chief has plans to scale up services
Wednesday 21 June 2017
The ecentre's new chief executive Jackie Young wants the business incubator to take some of its own advice.
Real life work experience for study abroad interns
Wednesday 21 June 2017
For the next ten weeks more than 60 international students from the United States, Canada and the United Kingdom will be part of a study abroad programme hosted by Massey University.
Birdsong and sheep embryos among top PhDs
Tuesday 20 June 2017
Birdsong recognition and sheep embryo growth are the topics of the latest Massey University PhD theses to be awarded prestigious Dean's List recognition.
Gendered expectations and workplace conflict
Tuesday 20 June 2017
Massey University PhD graduate Jane Hurst studied the complicated relationships between women in the workplace - and found that women often have gendered expectations of each other.
Research into gut health receives top honours
Monday 19 June 2017
Gut health has fascinated College of Health PhD graduate Ivana Sequeira for years. Now her research has helped to refine and develop a test to assess gut leakiness.
Saving the Little Penguin through kaitiakitanga
Monday 19 June 2017
Inspired by the Māori concept of kaitiakitanga or guardianship, a Massey University scientist is on a mission to help the world's smallest penguin flourish again around our coastline.
Sir Mason Durie honoured with leadership award
Friday 16 June 2017
Professor Emeritus Sir Mason Durie has been awarded the Blake Medal, the premium award for leadership achievement in New Zealand, by the Sir Peter Blake Trust.
Opinion: Could UK election youth turnout be repeated here?
Friday 16 June 2017
Britain's hung Parliament has been called a political earthquake but if the seismic shifts are examined more closely it's a youthquake that has altered the Westminster landscape.
Fin-Ed Centre secures grant to study Māori enterprise
Friday 16 June 2017
Massey Business School researchers will study the financial capability of Māori enterprises, with the help of a $30,000 grant from the SkyCity Auckland Community Trust.
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