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Review site a boost for Aotearoa books and writers

Aotearoa New Zealand fiction, non-fiction and poetry is getting a boost with a new site devoted to reviews, launched with seed funding from the Faculty of Arts at the University of Auckland.

Dramatic changes in New Zealand river flows, research finds

Parts of the North Island have seen extreme rainfall this summer, but long-term trends show summer river flows are decreasing in these areas and they’re likely to be getting drier.

2023 enrolment data: Demand for nursing drives enrolments at Waikato

The University of Waikato is performing against the odds, with an increase in student enrolments for 2023 despite Ministry Funded Equivalent Full-Time Student (EFTS) numbers being down slightly (1%) on last year.

UC Geography on the rise in global subject rankings

New international rankings have placed three University of Canterbury (UC) subjects in the Top 100 of all universities globally.

Rapid response to protect penguins from bird flu

Professor Craig Cary wasn’t planning to spend part of his 2022/23 Antarctic deployment trekking around a penguin colony, collecting poo samples. Fortunately for the penguins, a rapid response to the threat of bird flu resulted in exactly that.

Auckland mooters impress in Hong Kong

Oscar Read, Andrew Fu and Isabella Wensley competed against 24 other teams in the 21st Red Cross International Humanitarian Law Moot for the Asia-Pacific Region and took out second place.

Otago Tourism Policy School back in person for its fifth year

Industry leaders, policy makers and prominent researchers will discuss whether Aotearoa’s tourism industry is “fit for purpose” in the aftermath of the COVID-19 pandemic at this year’s Otago Tourism Policy School.

The problem with volunteer-run libraries for Auckland

Volunteers play a vital role in communities but they're not a substitute for trained and qualified librarians and library assistants, writes Anne Goulding.

University raises capital for sustainability initiatives

The University of Auckland is the first in Aotearoa to qualify for a 'use of proceeds' (UoP) sustainability loan, which will be used to help fund the adaptive reuse and refurbishment of the former social sciences building (B201).

University of Otago consults on visual identity proposal

The University of Otago has today launched stakeholder consultation on a bold visual identity proposal, designed to better reflect its aspirations for the future.
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