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Podcast series explores immigration in NZ
Sociologist Distinguished Professor Paul Spoonley hopes New Zealanders will eventually drop the word 'immigrant' and use 'neighbour', 'friend' or...
NZ university deans discuss state of the arts
The teaching of languages, the profile and suitability of the Bachelor of Arts degree, and government policies that might impact on humanities and...
Plastic plague – polluting land, sea and our bodies
An online conference examining the social and environmental impact of mega-tonnes of plastic waste infiltrating land, oceans and our bodies is...
‘Turangawaewae’ book examines NZ myths and truths
A new book about what it means to be in or of New Zealand in the 21st century has resonated across workplaces and dinner tables, according to...
Geographer’s ‘foot’ notes on WWI Battle of Messines
The discovery of an Anzac soldier's boots and foot bones six years ago at the WWI Battle of Messines site in Belgium inspired a Massey University...
Immigration in super-diverse Auckland
What does it mean to live in a rapidly growing, super-diverse city where 40 per cent of residents were born overseas while others are more at home...

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