“At least let’s have a decent debate about it rather than just a couple of people yelling at each other on morning radio and TV. 1) it’s fucking dumb and 2) it’s fucking boring."
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A Massey student is calling for MUSA President elect Stefan Biberstein to formally resign from the role.
The festival was a first for New Zealand and positive feedback means that it should be back again for many years to come.
Vet students teamed up for sporty, boozy challenges in their annual ‘Skull Cup’ last weekend.
American writer and director Jonny Walls is working on his latest screenplay as this semester’s Artist in Residence at the Square Edge community centre.
The first naked photoshoot by second year Vet students for the annual tradition of the ‘Vet Calendar’ has been underway over the past weekend at Mt Taranaki.
Through Debalina’s research, one case stood out where a female engineer was denied access to the bridge she had constructed.
It has been almost a year since Mt Ruapehu’s six-seating chairlift was shut for the 2018 season after an avalanche destroyed tow-tower 15 and the $100,000 tow-cable.
As young people become the literal future, Liam believes an interest in politics from the youth is important.
The taboo association with the body-art has recently come to light as more people are getting tattoos.
An increasing number of students are deciding to reach out to their tutors for help related to mental health as opposed to the counsellors at Massey University.
“If you’re feeling a little flat, or you’re feeling a little isolated from home — getting outdoors is a great way to improve your mood.”
The doors to new Palmerston North plant-based cafe ‘Barley’ were opened by store owners Matt McNelis and his partner Freya Thompson in May.
The Vet Calendar is a fundraising opportunity for a charity of the classes' choice as well as to help raise funds for a weekend of well-deserved fun.
After nearly 10 years with no strip club scene, Golden Dragon Girls has recently opened its doors for business at The New Railway Hotel in Palmerston North.
First year student Haleigh Hook is ‘killing it’ with her acting after performing in the Massey University Drama Societies (MUDS) latest show, ‘Under pressure’.
Central Energy Trust Wildbase Recovery has had a successful past three months since its opening, with a range of visitors already engaging with the centre’s interactive experiences.
Five-time New Zealand women's bouldering champion Erica Gatland sat down with Massive to discuss her rock-climbing achievements
Palmerston North born musician Hana Tamatea will be taking her vocal chords to bigger venues after this year's successful performance at her first ever music festival.
Bronwyn Green is providing our environmentally conscious generation with her zero-waste grocery store ‘Be Free Grocer’ in Palmerston North in an effort to conserve the planet.
Zak Rodgers is shedding a light on big societal issues through his expressive slam poetry.
Cody Keane and Manuka Gotty have updated the partying scene for Palmerston North with their inaugural 'Lot Party' going off with a bang last month.
Vet student come triathlete Heather Neill has been invited to represent New Zealand for international triathlons in Europe this year.
Alternative blues-rock musical threesome Sea Mouse, are making their way to Palmerston North for their “Rattle your bones” tour this March.