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PREPARING FOR BLOCKBUSTER SEASON

April 19, 2012 0

Film Buffed: Paul Berrington seems to know everything in the world about film, and wants you to as well. It is almost here, that time of year when blockbusters take over the cinema, and 2012 is no different, with a [Read More]

OP-SHOP CHALLENGE

April 19, 2012 0

Many claim to be the best at finding a bargain, but who really is the op-shop king or queen? Every month Massive will send out three writers from different parts of New Zealand to find a ‘new’ outfit for less than $25. Points are awarded for overall style, money saved, accessories, and of course ‘coolness’. This month, Nicole Canning takes up the challenge. [Read More]

OP-SHOP CHALLENGE

March 25, 2012 0

Many claim to be the best at finding a bargain, but who really is the op-shop king or queen? Every month Massive will send out three writers from different parts of New Zealand to find a ‘new’ outfit for less [Read More]

STILL POWER IN A UNION

March 25, 2012 0

With the implementation of the Freedom of Association Bill 2011, students’ association membership became voluntary from 1 January 2012. The New Zealand Union of Students’ Associations argued for a 12 month implementation period in order to give its 37 member [Read More]

WHAT IS AN SGM, WHY SHOULD YOU ATTEND?

March 25, 2012 0

Students’ associations throw acronyms around like a deflated old rugby ball. ‘SGM’ is one of them. It stands for ‘Special General Meeting’, and it’s a lot less scary than you think. Hey, the word ‘special’ should suddenly raise questions like [Read More]

SHOW ME THE MONEY

March 23, 2012 0

Ding dong, the witch is dead…Heather Roy, the architect of Voluntary Student Membership left Parliament as the ACT Party disintegrated at the last election and she and her other colleagues rabidly turned on each other as the public decided it [Read More]

OP-SHOP CHALLENGE

March 23, 2012 0

any claim to be the best at finding a bargain, but who really is the op-shop king or queen? Every month Massive will send out three writers from different parts of New Zealand to find a ‘new’ outfit for less than $25. Points are awarded for overall style, money saved, accessories, and of course ‘coolness’. This month, Jessica Frank takes up the challenge. [Read More]

SHOULD ABORTION BE BANNED IN NZ?

March 21, 2012 2

ABORTION IS NOT A CRIMINAL ISSUE Abortion Law Reform Association of New Zealand Abortion should not be banned in New Zealand. To the contrary, ALRANZ believes the law should be changed so that abortion is no longer treated as a [Read More]

AFRICAN CHICKEN PEANUT PASTA

March 21, 2012 0

Serves 8, Total cost: $19.50 Ingredients: 4 Tbsp sesame oil – $0.902 medium onion, chopped: $0.604-6 cloves garlic, minced: $0.30¼ Cabbage (half a half), sliced: $0.703 cup cooked chicken, shredded:  $8.00 (Used a whole frozen size 16 chicken that was [Read More]

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