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Opinion: Protecting religious diversity in NZ after Christchurch

Opinion: Protecting religious diversity in NZ after Christchurch

Vital for healing after Christchurch will be a careful engagement with experience of managing religious diversity. Goodwill will need to be fostered in our streets and suburbs, says Dr Wil Hoverd.

Opinion: Mosque shootings - politics of hate ends our innocence

Opinion: Mosque shootings - politics of hate ends our innocence

Extremist politics, including the extreme nationalist and white supremacist politics that appear to be at the core of this attack on Muslims, have been part of our community for a long time, says Distinguished Professor Paul Spoonley.

What's missing from the capital gains tax debate

What's missing from the capital gains tax debate

Alison Pavlovich goes beyond the attention-grabbing headlines to explain why the Tax Working Group proposals are a reallocation of the tax burden, not a "tax grab".

Taste-test new meat product at Central District Field Days

Taste-test new meat product at Central District Field Days

Massey University is asking the public to taste-test a potential new beef product developed from dairy-origin cattle at Central District Field Days in Feilding.

Massey researcher receives Fulbright to study indigenous enterprise

Massey researcher receives Fulbright to study indigenous enterprise

Dr Jason Mika has received this year's Fulbright-Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga Scholar Award, which will see him visit Stanford University and the University of Arizona.

Model for improving campylobacter management

Model for improving campylobacter management

A refined model for understanding the source of campylobacter infections may be a key management tool for public health officials around the world.

Home affordability deteriorates, but not in most expensive regions

Home affordability deteriorates, but not in most expensive regions

Massey University's latest Home Affordability Report shows a quarterly decline of 2.2 per cent in national affordability, driven by increases in median house prices.

Working with sand isn’t child’s play

Working with sand isn’t child’s play

Ever wonder how an hour glass measures time? Who designed it, did the math, tested it and perfected it?

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University News

Massey women’s sevens claim title

Massey women’s sevens claim title

The Massey University women's rugby sevens team has claimed the University and Tertiary Sport New Zealand Championship in a nail-biting final on Saturday.

Massey’s workshops open to AgTech Hackathon

Massey’s workshops open to AgTech Hackathon

Massey University will be opening its laboratories and workshops for the AgTech Hackathon this Friday and Saturday.

New Poetry NZ Yearbook moves in many ways

New Poetry NZ Yearbook moves in many ways

Laugh, cry, take your breath away or send shivers down your spine - that's how editor Dr Jack Ross hopes his selection of 120 plus poems in the Poetry New Zealand Yearbook 2019 will affect readers.

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Awards and Appointments

Lifetime achievement award for Massey theatre luminary

Lifetime achievement award for Massey theatre luminary

Great theatre can change minds and lives, says Professor Angie Farrow, who credits her childhood amid the lively antics of her extended family in London's East End with shaping her dramatic sensibilities.

Professor Paul Moughan honoured by Dutch university

Professor Paul Moughan honoured by Dutch university

Distinguished Professor Paul Moughan has been honoured with a Supreme Silver Medal from Wageningen University and Research Centre, one of the Netherlands' top universities.

Lecturer appointed to industry association

Lecturer appointed to industry association

Senior lecturer Dr Nives Botica Redmayne, from the School of Accountancy, has been appointed as Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand vice-president for New Zealand.

Professor Malcolm Wright appointed to marketing chair

Professor Malcolm Wright appointed to marketing chair

Professor Malcolm Wright has been appointed to the MSA Charitable Trust Chair in Marketing, which is funded by philanthropist and Massey University alumnus Matthew Abel.

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Opinion and Features

Opinion: Combating fears to reduce hate

Opinion: Combating fears to reduce hate

In the aftermath of the Christchurch mosque shootings, Professor Stephen Croucher discusses how we all can combat the psychology of fear and hate.

Opinion: Protecting religious diversity in NZ after Christchurch

Opinion: Protecting religious diversity in NZ after Christchurch

Vital for healing after Christchurch will be a careful engagement with experience of managing religious diversity. Goodwill will need to be fostered in our streets and suburbs, says Dr Wil Hoverd.

Opinion: Mosque shootings - politics of hate ends our innocence

Opinion: Mosque shootings - politics of hate ends our innocence

Extremist politics, including the extreme nationalist and white supremacist politics that appear to be at the core of this attack on Muslims, have been part of our community for a long time, says Distinguished Professor Paul Spoonley.

Opinion: Why I support the school strike for climate

Opinion: Why I support the school strike for climate

There are amazing teachers working within our schooling system to promote critical and creative learning - but our secondary schooling system is still oriented to what is known as"'reproductive education", says Associate Professor Elspeth Tilley.

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