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Massey technician named top vet nurse

Massey technician named top vet nurse

Massey University's Jess Byrnes-Clark has been named the New Zealand Veterinary Nursing Association and Hill's Veterinary Nurse of the Year.

Opinion: No quick fix to low voter turnout

Opinion: No quick fix to low voter turnout

Massey's public management specialists explain why e-voting isn't the answer to the low levels of engagement we've seen in our recent local government elections.

$4m for promising Massey researchers

$4m for promising Massey researchers

Five of 11 Rutherford Discovery Fellowships this year have been awarded to Massey University researchers, with funding totalling $4 million over the next five years.

Distance learning approach helps win teaching award

Distance learning approach helps win teaching award

A Massey University tutor's approach to learning, including her work with distance students and incorporating mātauranga Māori into teaching, is being celebrated with a national teaching award.

Methamphetamine prices drop to record low

Methamphetamine prices drop to record low

The price of a gram of methamphetamine has dropped to record lows in three North Island regions, while many South Island regions are also reporting substantial declines in prices.

Education needed to minimise risk of fatigue-related errors

Education needed to minimise risk of fatigue-related errors

New research suggests more can be done to minimise the risk of fatigue-related errors in aircraft maintenance staff, including better education for employees.

Retail survey shows physical stores are far from dead

Retail survey shows physical stores are far from dead

While online sales are growing, retailers are not abandoning their physical stores, Massey University's latest Big Issues in Retail survey shows.

Tips to better cope with daylight saving

Tips to better cope with daylight saving

It's that time of year again, when our clocks go forward an hour, the mornings plunge back into darkness, and insomnia ensues. For many, the welcome sunny evenings are plagued by restless nights and lost sleep.

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Vet students’ Thailand experience

Vet students’ Thailand experience

Massey University veterinary students have experienced living and learning in South East Asia - treating exotic animals and adapting to a unique culture.

Partnership for sustainable food production

Partnership for sustainable food production

New Zealand's FoodHQ - a network of science and innovation partners, including Massey University - and Foodvalley in the Netherlands have formed a partnership to support sustainable food production.

Nursing students take part in interprofessional education learning programme

Nursing students take part in interprofessional education learning programme

Bachelor of Nursing students have experienced some first-hand learnings with real patients in recent days, after attending a collaborative interprofessional education learning programme.

Exploring hyperspectral and thermal remote sensing

Exploring hyperspectral and thermal remote sensing

The benefits of hyperspectral and thermal remote sensing technologies will be discussed at an upcoming workshop at Massey University.

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Awards and Appointments

Massey technician named top vet nurse

Massey technician named top vet nurse

Massey University's Jess Byrnes-Clark has been named the New Zealand Veterinary Nursing Association and Hill's Veterinary Nurse of the Year.

$4m for promising Massey researchers

$4m for promising Massey researchers

Five of 11 Rutherford Discovery Fellowships this year have been awarded to Massey University researchers, with funding totalling $4 million over the next five years.

Distance learning approach helps win teaching award

Distance learning approach helps win teaching award

A Massey University tutor's approach to learning, including her work with distance students and incorporating mātauranga Māori into teaching, is being celebrated with a national teaching award.

Massey University students and staff win at Best Awards

Massey University students and staff win at Best Awards

Massey's Wellington School of Design students and graduates came away with 12 gold pins at the Best Awards on Friday evening for innovative designs including a helmet designed to identify concussions, and a project helping the children of prisoners.

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Opinion and Features

Opinion: No quick fix to low voter turnout

Opinion: No quick fix to low voter turnout

Massey's public management specialists explain why e-voting isn't the answer to the low levels of engagement we've seen in our recent local government elections.

Opinion: Irish writer's song and dance over All Blacks' haka is nothing new

Opinion: Irish writer's song and dance over All Blacks' haka is nothing new

It would just not be a Rugby World Cup without a song and dance, quite literally, being made about the Haka ritual performed by the All Blacks just before kick-off.

Opinion: Hey buddy, wanna buy the Impeach shirt?

Opinion: Hey buddy, wanna buy the Impeach shirt?

What happens when politics is reduced to a slogan on a t-shirt? Dr Chris Galloway asks if the latest "need to impeach" shirts will have any effect on voter behaviour.

Opinion: When fun is not enough to keep young people in sport

Opinion: When fun is not enough to keep young people in sport

Associate Professor Dennis Slade says coaches and teachers must deliver more than fun to keep youngsters in sport into adulthood.

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