Massive sat down with the respective founders of Darwin Animal Doctors and Stay Wild to find out what they’re doing in the name of colonial conservation, humane education and three-legged dogs.
Five stages meant five cesspools of sweaty, beaned up bodies mashing against each other to the beat of their favourite tunes.
Their abhorrence at my occupation was always flagrant. But when I really paid closer attention to their arguments, I could recognise blanket statements cherrypicked from SAFE blog posts.
Similar to the dreamy, surf-rock genres of The Shamble and Mako Road, it could be easy to lose Soaked Oats amongst the sea of five panels and shaggy hair of the university music scene.
“These new exhibitions will reach huge numbers over their lifespan, educating a new generation about the environmental issues facing our times and prompting them to take action...”
Massey University reportedly tried to stop what turned out to be one of the most popular public talks in recent years.
Massey University and its student associations are doing everything they can to support students affected by the Christchurch mosque shootings.
The annual Vagathon and Keg Race went off this year with new hosts, repeated outfits and the police trying to ruin the fun again.
Sophie Denman has set up ‘Sophies Angels,’ a passenger service with safety as their number one priority.