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New Zealand’s Best Best Mate

September 22, 2016 0

Nineteen-year-old Meg Parfitt surely proved that she is New Zealand’s Best Best Mate, after she spent six nights on a barge in the middle of Auckland’s harbour, all so her friends could go to Fiji. While she faced challenges including [Read More]

Skipper’s mid-year report

July 28, 2016 0

Nikita Skipper is the current MUSA president, having now been in the role for all of 2016. Skipper caught up with Massive to discuss her thoughts on the year so far. 1. Nikita, you have held the position of MUSA president [Read More]

NZIFF2016 – The 5th Eye – Q+A

July 22, 2016 0

New Zealand’s participation in the Five Eyes intelligence alliance is the subject of Errol Wright and Abi King-Jones’s new documentary The 5th Eye, which makes its world premiere at the New Zealand International Film Festival. Paul Berrington asked them a [Read More]

Online intercourse with Mitchell Hopping

June 16, 2016 0

Mitchell Hopping is the current chairman of the Manawatu Young Nats, having taken on the role in March of this year. Mitchell was born on August 23, exactly 173 years after Mexico declared its independence. Mitchell is a Leo, has travelled [Read More]

Online intercourse with Kim Parkinson

June 13, 2016 0

Kim Parkinson is the former editor of Massive, holding the role throughout 2015. This year, Ms Parkinson has returned to full-time study, all while holding down the role of Wellington campus reporter (a position she somehow made for herself before [Read More]

Online intercourse with Josh Chandulal-Mackay

May 18, 2016 0

Josh Chandulal-Mackay is the current Youth Officer of the Palmerston North Labour Electorate Committee. Josh moved to Palmerston North in 2013 to study a BA in Politics and Psychology. He is currently wading through a postgraduate diploma in Politics. Josh was [Read More]

Online intercourse with David Seymour

March 17, 2016 0

David Seymour is the current leader of the ACT Party. At only 32-years-old, he is one of the youngest members of parliament and has been touted by many as a rising star in New Zealand politics. ACT believe in lower [Read More]

Palmerston North Vox Pop: Orientation

February 29, 2016 0

What’s surprised you most about Massey so far? What’s the one thing you must do this year? Where will you spend more time: At the library or at the pub? Not too much. I’ve done some work up here in [Read More]

Your Living Room and the Local Music Scene

October 8, 2015 0

A new approach to live music has swept through the capital in the form of house parties. Oscar Mein explores the new trend and the various reasons behind its recent popularity.   Wellingtonians are in the midst of an explosion [Read More]

Dialogue with David

September 11, 2015 0

As Labour’s current spokesperson for tertiary education, research and development, and science and innovation, David Cunliffe hasn’t let last year’s election loss stop him from pursuing “a new era of positive politics in New Zealand”. Julia Braybrook caught up with [Read More]

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