Auckland - Massive Magazine

A campus by campus breakdown of votes

October 9, 2017 0

By Nikki Papatsoumas Interesting statistics show the differences in voting at all three of Massey’s campuses as part of the 2017 General Election. This year, polling booths were open in the two week lead up to the elections at Massey [Read More]

$17,500 bonus for beginner teachers in Auckland

September 25, 2017 0

By Taryn Dryfhout New teaching graduates starting their first jobs in Auckland in 2018 are set to receive a $17,500 bonus at the end of five years’ work. The bonus is currently available for decile one and isolated schools but [Read More]

Anti-abortion club abolished from Auckland University

September 25, 2017 0

By Taryn Dryfhout Students at Auckland University have voted to abolish an anti-abortion club which had been formally affiliated with the Auckland University Student’s Association (AUSA). This follows a referendum, which took place over a week, asking whether the AUSA should [Read More]

Toll-free SkyPath could be going ahead

September 25, 2017 0

By Taryn Dryfhout Cyclists could be commuting from the city to the North Shore via the Auckland Harbour Bridge for free, now the SkyPath has been promised funding from the Labour party. The $33 million project has been put on hold [Read More]

Transport policy breaches rules

September 11, 2017 0

By Taryn Dryfhout Earlier last month, the National Party launched its transport policy at the Papakura train station, a move which Auckland Transport (AT) says breaches their regulations. Due to a last-minute venue change, National’s Auckland transport policy launch quickly [Read More]

Woodroofe wins ASA Presidency

September 11, 2017 0

By Mackenzie Dyer After a somewhat turbulent year for the Albany Student’s Association, the student body has spoken and named Jason Woodroofe as their new president for 2018.  It does not take long to realise Jason is a passionate politics major, [Read More]

Go Innovate! Underway in Auckland

August 14, 2017 0

By Taryn Dryfhout Massey’s annual innovative ideas competition is in full swing in Auckland, with workshops taking place throughout this month, in preparation for the final in September. Go Innovate! is a Dragon’s Den-style competition run by the Massey University [Read More]

United Future set to abolish student allowances

August 14, 2017 0

By Taryn Dryfhout United Future has announced its plans to do away with student allowances, if it is part of the next government. The eradication of student allowances is a consequence of the party’s broader plan to overhaul tertiary education. [Read More]

Semester two kicks off with western fest

July 31, 2017 0

By Taryn Dryfhout Semester two started with a bang, with the Albany Student’s Association (ASA) holding a ‘Western Fest’ as part of its orientation activities. The week was jam-packed full of games and activities for both new and returning students, [Read More]

Opportunity for India study trip

July 31, 2017 1

By Taryn Dryfhout Currently in her final year of a Bachelor of Arts, Rohana Sergent has been provided with the opportunity to complete her degree with a study tour to India. The tour, which is being offered by Massey University [Read More]

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