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Massey welcomes new Māori Advisor

September 25, 2017 0

Earlier this month, Massey University welcomed a new Senior Māori Advisor to its Manawatu campus. Doc Ferris,  was welcomed with a pōwhiri at Te Pūtahi-a-Toi on Massey’s Manawatu campus on Monday, September 11. In his new role as Senior Māori Advisor, [Read More]

New hall of residence to open in Wellington

September 25, 2017 0

By Nikki Papatsoumas A new residential hall for students at Massey’s Wellington campus is set to open early next year. In a statement released late last month, Campus Registrar Deanna Riach announced the university had acquired the lease to a [Read More]

Well known broadcasters take on Massey roles

September 25, 2017 0

Māori broadcasters, Scotty and Stacey Morrison joined Massey University’s Te Pūtahi-a-Toi at the beginning of September. Te Pūtahi-a-Toi is Massey University’s School of Māori Art, Knowledge and Education on the Manawatu campus. Both Scotty and Stacey are prominent television and radio presenters [Read More]

Disaffiliation of pro-life group a cause for concern for some

September 25, 2017 0

By Fiona Curtis  Last month, the Auckland University Students Association (AUSA) chose to disaffiliate from a Pro-Life Auckland club on campus, causing concern as to whether freedom of speech was being silenced on university campuses. This followed a referendum, which was held over [Read More]

Fun run in the capital

September 25, 2017 0

Fast times were set this month with Massey University students and staff competing in the Wellington Powerade Challenge. The 8km out-and-back run around Wellington’s iconic waterfront attracted a lot of student interest. The event was held on September 8 to try and [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]

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