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COCO SOLID PARALLEL DANCE ENSEMBLE

April 20, 2012 1

Kiwi girl Coco Solid has proved her potential on the international stage while remaining a uniquely individual talent. She can rap, sing, and likes to challenge the preconceptions that often come with electronic music. Ahead of performing in Wellington under [Read More]

FROM BATHTUB TO BEER BARONS

April 20, 2012 0

Miriam Richdale tracks the rise and rise of a brew called ParrotDog. How do you go from being a student living off the bare minimum, to establishing a new up-and-soon-to be running brewery- situated in the heart of Wellington? You [Read More]

THE POWER OF ONE KIWI

April 19, 2012 1

Linda Jenkinson is arguably one of Massey University’s most successful female exports, building two international, multimillion-dollar companies since leaving New Zealand nearly 25 years ago. Her niece, Amelia Jenkinson, tells her story of success. [Read More]

THE VSM FACTOR.

March 21, 2012 0

Students will notice significant changes on campus this year, with Voluntary Student Membership decimating funding for student associations. Phillipa Clarke reports. University students have traditionally been automatically enrolled as members of student associations. In the past, students at Massey paid [Read More]

PLACEMENT PURGATORY: A NURSES TALE

March 21, 2012 0

Jimmy Jansen gives us a glimpse into the unglamorous world  of nursing training at Massey University. Canvas shoes are a biohazard. Why? Potential contamination associated with the canvas weave and its ability to harbour pathogens? Not quite. By all means, [Read More]

TO SELL OR NOT TO SELL

March 21, 2012 0

Angela Shaw finds that the Government’s plan to sell off pieces of the silverware may deliver the right mix for New Zealand’s asset base Ten years from now, New Zealanders will have improved schools, hospitals, and broadband. Ordinary kiwis will [Read More]

MY HISTORY OF TUPPERWARE

March 21, 2012 2

A Brief But Intense Affair Shelley Venning takes an introspective look into her involvement in the world of Tupperware and motherhood. Tupperware had its beginnings in 1942 when Earl Tupper came across a newly formulated plastic called polyethylene. He knew [Read More]

MORE THAN JUST A STAGE SHOW

March 20, 2012 0

More than just a stage show, Shen Yun plans to give the audience a glimpse into traditional Chinese culture and revive a lost part of Chinese heritage. Sophisticated dance techniques, an orchestra joining instruments of the East and West, beautiful [Read More]

LIFE AFTER NZ’S NEXT TOP MODEL

March 20, 2012 0

The nasty backstabber, the immature one, the tomboy, the one with the eating disorder … we’re all well used to the stereotypes portrayed on model reality TV shows. In last year’s New Zealand’s Next Top Model, Massey Wellington student Isabel [Read More]

SKATING ON THE EDGE

March 20, 2012 0

In the wake of Bowl-A-Rama, Olivia Jordan wonders if skateboarding will survive the corporate presence From its very beginning, skateboarding was the Sport of Rebels. It was never intended to be a big-dollar business, originating as a kick-around for surfers, [Read More]

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