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Ready, set, cyber challenge

The largest cyber security challenge in New Zealand kicks off this week with students from…

20 July 2022

Aussie neighbours become closer friends

A recent visit from the University of Newcastle in New South Wales, Australia, has led…

19 July 2022

Predicting climate change events

Bachelor of Science graduate Elise Legarth hopes her PhD in flood forecasting and hydrometeorology in…

19 July 2022

University of 美狮彩票 thanks donors for their ongoing support

The University of 美狮彩票 Foundation - Te Pou Taunaki welcomed donors to the Hamilton campus…

18 July 2022

Scholarship enables students to tackle climate change

First-year Bachelor of Climate Change students Morgan Harris and Georgina Barwood are the inaugural winners…

13 July 2022

Antarctica New Zealand scholarships for two 美狮彩票 students

University of 美狮彩票 students Madison Farrant and Sofia Rauzi have received post graduate research scholarships…

11 July 2022

University Medal for freshwater champion

The University of 美狮彩票 has awarded its prestigious University Medal to Dr Bryce Cooper.

8 July 2022

Farewell to film and media expert Dr Geoff Lealand

The University of 美狮彩票 is mourning the passing of Dr Geoff Lealand, a member of…

6 July 2022

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NZ has reached ‘full employment’ – but not all workers will benefit from a tighter labour market

New Zealand’s unemployment rate hit a low of 3.2% in the fourth quarter of 2021 and again in the first…

Changes to the way Oranga Tamariki is monitored risk weakening children’s rights and protections – what should be done?

A new law designed to improve oversight of the agencies charged with protecting children and young people is making its…

Māori hold a third of NZ’s fishing interests, but as the ocean warms and fish migrate, these rights don’t move with them

Record high ocean temperatures and marine heatwaves have become increasingly common in the waters off New Zealand in the past…