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Success from a thousand little moments , Te whanake o te mano, he whanake tautahi

Easy goes nowhere. Hard goes far. At Massey you succeed step by step, lecture by lecture, day by day.

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Māori @ Massey

Welcome to Māori @ Massey, the place to connect to all things Māori at Massey University.

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Alumni

Find out what alumni are doing out in the world, and stay connected to Massey after you graduate.

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COVID-19 updates

We've created a COVID-19 website to keep our community informed including the impact on university operations as government alert levels change.

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Researchers awarded Earthquake Commission Biennial Grants

Three researchers have been awarded a total of nearly $200,000 from the Earthquake Commission to help New Zealanders better understand our natural hazard risk.

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Researchers part of team that received Rutherford Medal

Six researchers are part of a team that has been awarded the 2021 Rutherford Medal for ground-breaking research on the impact of housing on people’s health and wellbeing.

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Survey shows franchise sector has grown in contribution despite the pandemic

The Franchising New Zealand 2021 report found the annual turnover of business format franchises in New Zealand has grown by $9.2 billion in the past four years.

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Factors that lead to decline in home affordability

The latest Home Affordability Report shows an overall decline in national affordability, largely driven by soaring house prices in most regions and an increasing interest rate.

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Five University Research Medals awarded

The University Research Medals are the highest awards for research bestowed by the university. Each year the University recognises the outstanding achievements of staff in multiple categories.

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The Oval to gain heritage status

Palmerston North City Council is considering the historic significance of the Oval on Massey’s Manawatū campus through the adoption of a change to their District Plan.

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Ecology award the first given to a Massey recipient

Professor Doug Armstrong has been awarded the 2021 Te Tohu Taiao Award for Ecological Excellence by the New Zealand Ecological Society.

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Children’s University pilot graduation

Te Kunenga ki Pūrehuroa welcomed students, parents and staff from Longburn School and Te Kura o Wairau to celebrate the first graduating class of Children’s University at Massey.

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