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‘If you want summer, get vaccinated’ – Jacinda Ardern sets the...

In a new article on The Conversation, UC's Professor Michael Plank and UoA's Shaun Hendy say it's simple - the more people vaccinated in Aoteaoa New Zealand, the more freedom we'll enjoy.

New research reveals emerging environmental contaminants of concern in NZ dolphins

Scientists have revealed emerging environmental contaminants of concern within New Zealand dolphins, with similar pollution levels to Japan despite government restrictions on the use of toxic substances.

Time for bold action for children

Opinion: The Herald has run articles this week that must greatly disturb all thinking New Zealanders. The first of these tells of desperate families rummaging in bins to feed their families and how the lockdown is enormously stressful and debilitating for low-income families.

International students to share knowledge with Canterbury businesses

International students at the University of Canterbury will work with local businesses keen to expand into Asia under a new partnership scheme.

Waikato climate researchers develop device sold to universities around the world

Waikato researchers unlocking keys to climate change hidden in the drip water from inside New Zealand’s deepest caves, have developed a new device being used by researchers around the world.

Just how far can kindness travel?

Opinion: Can New Zealanders care about people in low-income countries when we have our own pressing social problems? Nikki Turner speaks to UNICEF Aotearoa.

Using brands’ high vaccination rates as a marketing tool

Opinion: In part two, Mike Lee looks at how businesses can help increase vaccination rates and operate to keep staff, livelihood, and other customers “free from harm”.

Massey novelist wins prestigious award

Dr Laura Jean McKay from Massey University’s College of Humanities and Social Sciences, has just won one of the world’s most prestigious science fiction writing awards...

Significant psychological toll from COVID lockdown for people with histories of...

New research suggests more priority needs to be given to support the health of New Zealanders struggling with mental illness during COVID-19 lockdowns – with findings showing many people with mental health histories struggle and are disproportionately affected.

Professor Mohan J. Dutta recognised as Distinguished Scholar

Professor Mohan J. Dutta of the School of Communications, Journalism and Marketing and Centre for Culture-Centred Approach to Research and Evaluation (CARE) has been named as a 2021 Distinguished Scholar by the National Communication Association (NCA).
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