Opinion - Massive Magazine

A Pinch of Politics

July 17, 2017 0

– with Natasha Tziakis Raindrop, drop top, Labour is a political party that flip flops. Immigration is one of the lead discussions regarding the national election that is coming up in September, and it is causing some political parties to [Read More]

The Billion Dollar Boat Race: Is it Worth it?

July 17, 2017 0

The America’s Cup. The oldest and most illustrious prize in sport. Originating in England in 1895, its legacy has stood the test of time and exists as one of the purest examples of sporting theatre in the modern world. Just [Read More]

Mum’s the Word

July 17, 2017 0

Supermarket Survival: When Good Kids Go Bad By Taryn Dryfhout Grocery shopping with children is the great cosmic joke. While many everyday things become a challenge once you have children, supermarket shopping is a special kind of torture. Going to [Read More]

Is Google making us dumb?

June 27, 2017 0

By Charlie Pearson The internet is, without a doubt, one of humanities greatest achievements, up there with the invention of trousers and sliced bread. Seriously though, it’s a powerful mechanism that has given communication a new meaning, providing a seamless [Read More]

Tinder, online dating or friend zone?

June 27, 2017 0

Written and Illustrated by Fiona Lai It is quite a shame how technology has taken over our generation, even when it comes to dating. What ever happened to the old days, when a person had the courage to approach you [Read More]

What the Beck?

May 22, 2017 0

By Josh Beck I grew up in Paraparaumu, on the Kāpiti coast, and my hometown is seldom pronounced correctly. Whether it’s “Pram”, “Paraparam”, or what often sounds like “perepereumu”, the people living there can’t seem to get it right. Some [Read More]

Booked In: Chapter Six: Classic

May 22, 2017 0

By Peri Miller I couldn’t possibly write a column about books without at some point covering classics, right? It’s easy to refer to a book as a classic and have it be understood what sort of book you’re referring to, [Read More]

Mum’s the Word

May 22, 2017 0

By Taryn Dryfhout Break Time It’s become apparent to me in the last few days that mum’s don’t get sick days. I’ve been in fairly moderate pain and discomfort this week. No, I wasn’t watching The Bachelor. I actually, broke [Read More]

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