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A Pinch of Politics

September 25, 2017 0

-with Natasha Tziakis At the time of going to print, the new Prime Minister of New Zealand had not yet been announced. Hypocrisy is a common theme often seen in the political sphere and with Winston Peters, you can definitely [Read More]

Mum’s the Word – A not so smooth move

September 11, 2017 0

By Taryn Dryfhout Massive columnist Taryn Dryfhout looks at how to juggle a ‘study mummy’ life, at the same time as working, raising children, volunteering and maintaining her sanity throughout. I’d rather jump into a pile of broken Lego than pack [Read More]

Breaking the silence… and David Seymour

September 11, 2017 0

By Bethany Reitsma In June 2017, ACT Party leader David Seymour’s End of Life Choice Bill was drawn from the ballot, asking for euthanasia, or assisted suicide, to be legalised in New Zealand. Since Parliament will close for the election [Read More]

Pinch of Politics

September 11, 2017 0

-with Natasha Tziakis Amongst the controversies and resignations surrounding politics over the last months, one thing has stayed completely the same during this election — and that’s the National Party’s silence. After John Key’s resignation, National came under the leadership [Read More]

Conor McGregor: The biggest balls in boxing

September 11, 2017 1

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). From cricket to croquet and everything in between, these are [Read More]

 Transgender in sport: What constitutes a woman?

August 14, 2017 0

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). From cricket to croquet and everything in between, these are [Read More]

Booked In: Chapter 9: Death of the reader

August 14, 2017 0

By Peri Miller I have a confession to make. So far this year, I’ve only read 12 books. That’s okay, I guess, but for a self-proclaimed bibliophile, lover of literature, and someone who literally writes a column about books, it’s pretty [Read More]

A Pinch of Politics

August 14, 2017 0

-with Natasha Tziakis Resignations can be awkward sometimes, but nothing is more awkward than hanging around after that resignation. Andrew Little, former leader of the Labour Party, stepped down from his leadership position on August 1 following dismal poll ratings and [Read More]

Mum’s the Word – millennial mums

August 14, 2017 0

By Taryn Dryfhout What are Millennial Mums? There’s a bit of debate regarding what constitutes a ‘millennial’, but most people agree that it refers to people who were born between the mid-80s and late-90s. This includes anyone who grew up [Read More]

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