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OPINION AND FEATURES

A list of all feature articles in chronological order.

Backyard cricket turns into White Ferns dream

Backyard cricket turns into White Ferns dream

White Fern Hannah Rowe is currently on a six-week tour in the United Kingdom, juggling her studies with her passion for cricket.

Opinion: Cyberattacks and crime on the rise in New Zealand – What is the Government doing?

Opinion: Cyberattacks and crime on the rise in New Zealand – What is the Government doing?

On Friday, one of us tried to order pizza, but their ANZ credit card couldn't be processed, because the bank was being submitted to a Distributed Denial of Service attack.

Opinion: Tongan Language Week

Opinion: Tongan Language Week

It is with mixed feelings that I write this. I speak Tongan as my first language, but my understanding of its grammatical composition is restricted to what I was taught at high school.

Opinion: Returning to school after lockdown

Opinion: Returning to school after lockdown

Today marks the return for school for our young people. I am sure there are caregivers across Aotearoa New Zealand who are gleefully looking forward to waving their tamariki and rangatahi off in the morning, and having the house to themselves again - or returning to work themselves and having some contact with people who are not family members!

Backyard cricket turns into White Ferns dream
Monday 20 September 2021
White Fern Hannah Rowe is currently on a six-week tour in the United Kingdom, juggling her studies with her passion for cricket.
Opinion: Cyberattacks and crime on the rise in New Zealand – What is the Government doing?
Wednesday 15 September 2021
On Friday, one of us tried to order pizza, but their ANZ credit card couldn't be processed, because the bank was being submitted to a Distributed Denial of Service attack.
Opinion: Returning to school after lockdown
Thursday 9 September 2021
Today marks the return for school for our young people. I am sure there are caregivers across Aotearoa New Zealand who are gleefully looking forward to waving their tamariki and rangatahi off in the...
Opinion: Tongan Language Week
Thursday 9 September 2021
It is with mixed feelings that I write this. I speak Tongan as my first language, but my understanding of its grammatical composition is restricted to what I was taught at high school.
Opinion: Rethinking organisational support for employees in the wake of a terror attack
Tuesday 7 September 2021
As we think about the victims of the Lynn Mall terrorist attack, our heart goes out to them. At the same time, we have to think about the Countdown employees working who may be under trauma and...
Students inspired at Indigenous Nurses Aotearoa Conference
Tuesday 7 September 2021
Seven Māori nursing students recently attended the 2021 Indigenous Nurses Aotearoa Conference in Wellington, and say it was inspiring and empowering.
Passion for chemical engineering, cricket and Cook Island heritage drive grad’s success
Monday 6 September 2021
Ma'ara Ave owes his success as a top engineering graduate, a Fonterra researcher and aspiring Black Cap in part to his heritage from a small Cook Island, Mangaia.
The mental pressure faced by professional athletes
Thursday 2 September 2021
With our Kiwi Paralympians now on the world stage and a record medal haul at the Olympics for the New Zealand team, the mental challenges and pressures facing athletes in the current COVID-19 world...
Opinion: The challenges of coping with eating disorders in lockdown
Monday 30 August 2021
Change can be hard for everyone; for a lot of people with eating disorders, change can feel catastrophic.
Emeritus Professor Ralph Sims clocks 50 years
Friday 27 August 2021
Seven offices, six vice-chancellors, five grandkids, four sabbaticals, three kids, two houses and one wife. That's what the past 50 years has brought for Emeritus Professor Ralph Sims, all while...
Swimming talent Zac Reid reflects on Tokyo
Wednesday 25 August 2021
Returning home to a nation-wide lockdown less than 24 hours after leaving mandatory managed isolation, Olympic swimmer and student Zac Reid will have to wait a little longer to celebrate his Tokyo...
Discovery of plaque stirs up field trip memories
Monday 23 August 2021
A 20-year-old plaque from a Massey University field trip to Australia's Simpson Desert has been discovered by a woman travelling the Northern Territory outback.
“I just love competing” - Maddi Wesche
Thursday 19 August 2021
Bachelor of Arts student Maddi Wesche has just returned home from the 2020 Tokyo Olympic Games. We caught up with her during her stay in MIQ, to hear all about her experiences in Tokyo.
Opinion: The uncertain future of Afghanistan
Wednesday 18 August 2021
The events unfolding in Afghanistan, with the Taliban taking control of Kabul, signal a humanitarian and political tragedy in the making, says Dr Negar Partow.
A fiesta to celebrate Spanish @ Massey
Tuesday 10 August 2021
Music, stories, Spanish and South American wine, and Argentinian empanadas will be part of a fiesta to celebrate the 25th anniversary of Massey University's Spanish Programme this Friday.
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