Current alternative access routes to the Museum Building, Wellington, during the Memorial Park roadworks.
View NZTA alternative vehicle route map here (Pdf).
2013 Venice Biennale: Radio NZ
Associate Professor Heather Galbraith, deputy commissioner for New Zealand's presentation at the 2013 Venice Biennale, is interviewed on Radio NZ about the preparation for the Biennale.
Kiwi app makers buzzing as downloads soar: Stuff.co.nz
A Kiwi-made iPhone and iPad game has become a worldwide hit after Apple singled it out as its global app of the week.
Kiwi's sculpture offers a taste of WWI: 3 News
Associate Professor Kingsley Baird's Anzac memorial with a difference is on display at France's WWI Museum in Peronne.
3D printers pose a threat to border security: Radio NZ
Lecturer Antony Pelosi, from the School of Design, featured on Morning Report about concerns from the Minister of Customs Maurice Williamson, who fears 3D printers could potentially be used to smuggle contraband.
Tsunami App: TelstraClear Tech Bytes
Klaus Kremer from the School of Design is featured on TV3's Tech Bytes talking about his prototype tsunami alert iPhone app.
18,000 Anzac biscuits for memorial: The Dominion Post
Associate Professor Kingsley Baird, designer of the Tomb of the Unknown Warrior in Wellington, intends to build a memorial made of 18,000 Anzac biscuits at a museum in France next month.
Backyard hen keeping: TVNZ
College of Creative Arts industrial design student Stacey Kenny is featured on TVNZ Breakfast talking about her urban nest hen house design.
Sustainable traction: The Dominion Post
Holly McQuilland brings Local Wisdom, a collective fashion show-and-tell photo shoot, to Wellington with the aim to buck the fast fashion trend.
Small business: John Wyma - CRONZ: The New Zealand Herald
Massey University Master of Design student Rebekah Harman works with CRONZ to look at ways to make carpet dying processes more environmentally sustainable.
Three Male Maori Videomakers: EyeContact
A smaller version of a show Jenny Gillam and Eugene Hansen - two lecturers at Massey - organised for The New Zealand Film Archive in Wellington, displayed elegantly in the Film Archive in Auckland.
Street art gives graffiti legality and good name: Taranaki Daily News
A Taranaki-born street artist made his mark in Manaia over the Christmas break. Jesse Bowling is a second year Fine Arts student at Massey who prefers to be known as Oheni.
Safety app helps wandering friends: The Dominion Post
Losing friends on a night out in town is no longer an issue for those prepared to join a wolf pack. Five Massey University students have developed a free smartphone app that allows friends to stick together, cry for help or find a safe ride home at the end of an evening.
Game will come to life in 48 hours: The Dominion Post
The College's digital media expert and toy designer Tanya Marriott is moving up from the challenge of creating a film in 48 hours to creating a full video game in the same time.
Of the commercial and existential: The Dominion Post
Massey University fashion graduate James Bush steps straight from his final year into the commercial world, with his women's clothing sold in Seatoun boutique Harry's.
The Time Out 2012 Theatre Awards: Time Out Melbourne
Associate Professor David Cross received an honorable mention in the 2012 Theatre Awards for his installation Hold.
Magnificent Massey: Thread.co.nz
Thread attended the Massey Fashion Show 2012 featuring work from the final year students from the Diploma of Fashion Design and Technology and the Bachelor of Design in Wellington.
New Surround Mix Suite at Massey University, Wellington: Protel.co.nz
The Wellington School of Design, as part of the College of Creative Arts at Massey University, has recently opened a state-of-the-art Surround Mix Suite to be used as part of its teaching programme.