The words “Check Yourself” will be in the face of young people from this week, on everything from bus backs to bar toilet doors and social media. ANGELA REID reports on a campaign partnership between council, police and tertiary institutions.
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Luke Fiso is rising to the top of crossfit success in New Zealand with an eye on the world. SHAR DAVIS reports
With crowds increasing each year the future is looking bright for Wellington’s Lux Light festival.
Panel and audience representing older population remember ‘the golden days’.
Universities, Polytechnics, training providers and schools in aiming to double international numbers.
An SOS from nurses who say they can’t find work and fear future shortages. FRANCESA JAGO reports.
NewsWire asks five voters to get On The Fence, a simulation tool is being used by kiwi’s worldwide.
In the space of three years Lux festival has gone from four installations to 32.
Online political engagement site Ask Away is proving popular with curious young voters.
Raw milk stirs emotion from both sides of the debate, but Massey University is looking to find some answers and researchers are recruiting families who drink raw milk for a study into potential health benefits. LIAM CAVANAGH reports.
Northern United and Hurricanes Academy player Aukuso Tuitama in NZ Under-20s training group.
New migrants will celebrate their volunteering achievements in a special awards ceremony this week. ANNEKA PAUL reports on how volunteering has connected the recent arrivals to their new home.
Landscape designer continues his winning streak at the Gardening World Cup in Japan.
Management lecturer’s comments in story described as irresponsible and a disservice to democracy.
Taken from work-sites all over the city, traffic cones are appearing in unreachable locations. PAUL ORDISH reports.
A big future in fashion has been predicted for Massey University design student Annelise Moen. JENNIFER MCILROY reports.
New Zealand’s defiant nuclear history proves inflammatory at a new art exhibition.
After starring in awards in 2012, the Wellington student band is well on the way to ticking all the boxes for success. RYAN ABRAHAM reports.
Wellingtonian Hannah Shand takes the stage and third place with her Malysian collaborator.
Dyer-Kelly Elementary – its children are high achievers, thanks to its Kiwi principal.
HEALTH RISK: A sign tells people to stay out of the Wainui Stream at Paekakariki.
Trademe listings to raise more money for beloved Wellington camera repair man
Too many donations to auction in one go this week to help “nice guy” Phil Jacobs.
A world-first study will soon be under way to find if there is a relationship between sleep deprivation and weight. Massey researcher Dr Geoff Kira is heading the study, which will focus on a group of 13 to 16 year old Maori and Pacific teenagers.
Student services hit by voluntary student membership.
But Royal NZ Ballet asks ‘what’s the problem?’
Programme guides children on safe social networking
Social media being used to tackle AIDS issue in New Zealand.
Grafitti-busting muralists take their work to gallery walls.
Tawa College students spend 30 hours creating art to auction.
Art exercise has a whiff of reality with ventilation work due.
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Varsities band together to help peers in Christchurch
Government warned ESOL funding cuts will hit productivity.
Shanghai reporter here to see how Kiwi journos work.
Wellington design student fascinated by trees and ‘stuff’.
Years of hard work start with a teenage passion
What happens on Sunday evenings at Presbyterian St John’s in Wellington is unconventional, writes SABRINA DANKEL.
In Wellington to open a career retrospective exhibition, leading US graphic designer Jason Munn talks to CATHERINE McGREGOR.
Sculptures by former Chilton St James School students Lisa Basford and Tania Vercoelen, are part of a travelling art exhibition, reports SARAH HARDIE.
Fellow students understand the need for prayer.
Some Wellington students aren’t bothering to look for work.
Commentators are already calling Labour’s student allowance announcement the bribe that could swing the election.
JESSICA DIXON surveyed Wellington students and parents – and found it’s worked for them.