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Meeting the health needs in rural communities

Meeting the health needs in rural communities

New Zealand has more people living with long-term health conditions, an increasing older population and health inequalities that continue to persist. But despite the declining rural medical workforce, New Zealand has been slow to develop nurse practitioner services.

Pūhoro STEM Academy expands into South Auckland

Pūhoro STEM Academy expands into South Auckland

Massey University's Pūhoro STEM Academy has expanded into South Auckland schools, providing more young Māori secondary school students with the chance to experience and pursue careers in science.

Design secrets of Miss Piggy's creator

Design secrets of Miss Piggy's creator

Behind the scenes, Bonnie Erickson has created characters that have winkled their way into the hearts of entire generations as a key collaborator with The Muppet Show; she takes centre stage at Massey's Wellington campus on Friday for a talk about her time with the internationally popular programme.

Te Rau Puawai earns top marks

Te Rau Puawai earns top marks

With an average pass rate of 95 per cent, Te Rau Puawai programme has achieved phenomenal academic success for its students, but more importantly has had a far reaching impact on Māori mental health services.

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A list of all Massey News articles in chronological order.

Sea lion colony confirmed, but work still needed
Thursday 12 April 2018
While celebrating the Department of Conservation's announcement of a New Zealand sea lion (rāpoka) breeding colony on Stewart Island, a Massey University marine mammal specialist is calling for...
Capturing and analysing limb injuries in race horses
Wednesday 11 April 2018
Massey University researchers are investigating limb injuries in race horses by capturing the 3D movements of their limbs on camera and modelling it on computers.
Jack Reacher’s Thoughts About Leadership
Wednesday 11 April 2018
In the final instalment of his Jack Reacher series, Dr Ralph Bathurst explains why leaders can sometimes be the the problem.
Facing the future – young leaders front up
Wednesday 11 April 2018
Iraia Nuku wants to set up a youth centre in his home town of Kawerau, while Serena Findlay hopes young people in Otaki will add their views and voices to community developments.
Hats off to Massey’s class of 2018
Tuesday 10 April 2018
More than 1200 students will cross the stage at Takapuna's Bruce Mason Centre next week, marking the end of their study journey and the beginning of Massey University's graduation events for 2018.
Graduation ceremonies build new tradition
Monday 9 April 2018
In a move befitting a Tiriti-led institution, Massey University will break with tradition at all graduation ceremonies this year, replacing the ancient latin anthem Gaudeamus Igitur" ("So Let Us...
Stop smoking services called upon to support the switch to vaping
Monday 9 April 2018
Government funded stop smoking services will keep losing customers if they refuse to help people who want to try vaping, new research has found.
New book analyses diet and its impact on disease
Thursday 5 April 2018
Fad diets and advice about health dominate the headlines. Our society has never been more saturated by information about healthy living, but our obesity rate continues to rise.
Bigger, better Biomechanics Day
Thursday 5 April 2018
Thousands of students around the country are taking part in National Biomechanics Day next week, joining a growing global movement to teach school children more about biomechanics.
Millennial future leaders to share inspiration at hui
Thursday 5 April 2018
Future young leaders from across the country will gather at Massey University's Manawatū campus this weekend for a national hui honouring and celebrating their emerging contribution to New...
Why do leaders resign in the face of trouble?
Thursday 5 April 2018
The resignation of Sir Ralph Norris as board chair of Fletcher Building in February raises interesting questions about the role of leadership in times of crisis.
PAWS – hazard response for people and animals
Thursday 5 April 2018
Two groups of Massey University researchers are teaming up to create PAWS, with the aim of helping protect both animals and humans from natural hazards.
Skilled migrant women needed for research project
Thursday 5 April 2018
Skilled migrant women are a source of competitive advantage in today's labour market that New Zealand often overlooks, says PhD candidate Nimeesha Odedra.
Model for vulnerable youth shines in real world
Wednesday 4 April 2018
A framework for people working with vulnerable youth, based on research and expertise from the School of Social Work, is being labelled "unique", "logical" and "easy to navigate" by a youth service...
Nukes to cyber war – NZ security in focus
Wednesday 4 April 2018
North Korea's nuclear ambitions, potential terror threats, and the security implications of climate change are among emerging issues relevant to New Zealand and the Pacific under discussion at a...
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