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Mum’s the Word — Unplugging Our Children

May 8, 2017 0

By Taryn Dryfhout Rare is the modern parent who hasn’t worried about whether their child is spending too much time looking at a screen. The conversation isn’t new – when I was a child, parents used to worry about allowing [Read More]

Booked In: Chapter 4: The Soul of Wit

April 22, 2017 0

By Peri Miller Ordinarily when we think of the word ‘book’ we think of a piece of long-form fiction. Or at least I do—maybe the first thing that comes to your mind is a textbook, in which case, I’m so [Read More]

What the Beck?

April 22, 2017 0

By Josh Beck Social media websites such as Twitter and YouTube can provide endless entertainment. Twitter is a great place to find spectacular commentary on The Bachelor such as, “can we just do a full episode where we get the [Read More]

South African Sport’s Reverse Racism

April 22, 2017 0

By Adam Pearse Now, don’t flip out on me, but I’m going to talk about how white men in Africa are getting racially discriminated against. I know, I’m a terrible person for even saying that after all black people have [Read More]

Someone else’s shoes

April 22, 2017 0

By Taryn Dryfhout Recently, I found out about something that a close friend of mine was involved in. I was astounded by what I learned, and was shaken for several days, as I struggled to process the news and understand [Read More]

The Yarns from Pitch Five

March 27, 2017 0

Are we sick of live sport? Let me set the scene. We’re in the middle of summer. International cricket well underway. Australia vs the Blackcaps, ODI in Napier. Being a proud Hawkes Bay lad, I fist pump with pride as [Read More]

The Matchelor – Part 2

March 14, 2017 0

Massive’s very own ‘Matchelor’ is all hearts and roses as he shares with Massive readers his quest for the perfect partner. With a severe case of arthritis, a few storage management requests from my outdated iPhone and too many awkward [Read More]

The Yarns from Pitch Five

March 14, 2017 0

The death of the All Black role model Massive’s resident sports jockey, Adam Pearse, tackles the sporting quandaries of our time with the skill of Saville, the daring of Devillin, and the vibrancy of Veitchy (forgetting his history with stairways). [Read More]

Booked in – Chapter 1: Page to Projector

March 13, 2017 0

Hey, Massive readers! I’m Peri, a third year communications student based in Albany. Welcome to Booked In, where I’ll be offering my take on books and book-related topics. Film adaptations. Book versus movie. Product versus by-product. Novels, it seems, are [Read More]

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