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Unbridled hilarity and irreverence crackled through the launch of a retrospective of the well-loved and sometimes notorious student newspaper CHAFF on Friday.
Massey veterinary surgeons spent several hours this afternoon operating on a young red panda from Wellington zoo.
The desire to make a difference to the world was a recurring theme reiterated by all of the winners at the Defining Excellence Awards, held at the Auckland War Memorial Museum on Wednesday night.
A study on how New Zealanders are coping with the challenges of ageing is one of three College of Humanities and Social Sciences research projects to score the only gold ratings for the University from the Ministry of Innovation Business, and Employment.
iPads soar to new heights with Massey pilots
The School of Aviation is trialling the use of iPads as an “electronic flight bag” on board its aircraft. The trial has consent from the Civil Aviation Authority (CAA) and is the first of its kind to be undertaken by a flight-training centre in New Zealand. More...
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Last updated on Monday 24 February 2014