OPINION AND FEATURES

A list of all feature articles in chronological order.

Opinion: Why businesses need diplomacy

Opinion: Why businesses need diplomacy

Diplomacy skills are becoming increasingly important as globalisation changes the international business landscape, says PhD candidate Fahad Alammar.

NZ's first certified Cicerone to judge craft beers

NZ's first certified Cicerone to judge craft beers

The New Zealand Food Awards is proud to announce Josh Scott has joined the technical judging panel to judge the craft beer group within the Countdown Alcoholic Beverage Category.

Conference to mark indigenous rights milestone

Conference to mark indigenous rights milestone

To mark the 10th anniversary of the adoption of the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, Massey University's Global Centre for Indigenous Leadership and the New Zealand Human Rights Commission are hosting a conference.

Saving the Little Penguin through kaitiakitanga

Saving the Little Penguin through kaitiakitanga

Inspired by the Māori concept of kaitiakitanga or guardianship, a Massey University scientist is on a mission to help the world's smallest penguin flourish again around our coastline.

NZ's first certified Cicerone to judge craft beers
Thursday 22 June 2017
The New Zealand Food Awards is proud to announce Josh Scott has joined the technical judging panel to judge the craft beer group within the Countdown Alcoholic Beverage Category.
Opinion: Why businesses need diplomacy
Thursday 22 June 2017
Diplomacy skills are becoming increasingly important as globalisation changes the international business landscape, says PhD candidate Fahad Alammar.
Conference to mark indigenous rights milestone
Wednesday 21 June 2017
To mark the 10th anniversary of the adoption of the UN Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples, Massey University's Global Centre for Indigenous Leadership and the New Zealand Human Rights...
Saving the Little Penguin through kaitiakitanga
Monday 19 June 2017
Inspired by the Māori concept of kaitiakitanga or guardianship, a Massey University scientist is on a mission to help the world's smallest penguin flourish again around our coastline.
Opinion: Could UK election youth turnout be repeated here?
Friday 16 June 2017
Britain's hung Parliament has been called a political earthquake but if the seismic shifts are examined more closely it's a youthquake that has altered the Westminster landscape.
Education as a business is destructive policy
Thursday 15 June 2017
The Tertiary Education Union is right to criticise the Government's proposed changes to the Education Act, says Dr Damian Ruth.
Opinion: No need to panic about the future
Wednesday 14 June 2017
If TVNZ's 'What's Next?' programme has you thinking a robot will soon take your job, Dr Michael Naylor says there is no need for panic.
Scholarship provides fitting memorial
Monday 12 June 2017
Massey's College of Creative Arts has awarded the inaugural Hinemoa Hilliard Memorial Scholarship to first year Bachelor of Māori Visual Arts student, Nikau Tonhihi, Te Aitanga-a-Māhaki,...
Opinion: The terrorism challenge in the 21st century
Thursday 8 June 2017
The United Kingdom has endured its third terrorist attack in three months, and others have occurred in France and Australia in recent days exposing the vulnerabilities of modern liberal societies....
Geographer’s ‘foot’ notes on WWI Battle of Messines
Wednesday 31 May 2017
The discovery of an Anzac soldier's boots and foot bones six years ago at the WWI Battle of Messines site in Belgium inspired a Massey University academic to learn more about a slice of military...
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