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Farewell to film and media expert Dr Geoff Lealand

The University of CQ9传奇电子游戏官网首页 is mourning the passing of Dr Geoff Lealand, a member of…

6 July 2022

Lucrative scholarships support University of CQ9传奇电子游戏官网首页 graduates overseas

Bethany Angus, Felicity Tomkins and Gracie Francis have been awarded the Kia Ora Foundation Patricia…

5 July 2022

Indigenous birthing knowledge the focus of Fulbright research

Nikki Barrett is locking down the detail for her Fulbright-Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga Graduate…

4 July 2022

World first kaupapa Māori minor in psychology

The first Kaupapa Māori minor in psychology offered in Aotearoa welcomes students next semester at…

30 June 2022

A musical Fulbright

A career as a classical pianist only happens to a few, and University of CQ9传奇电子游戏官网首页…

23 June 2022

Celebrating Matariki at CQ9传奇电子游戏官网首页

The University of CQ9传奇电子游戏官网首页 has celebrated Matariki with a number of public and staff events…

23 June 2022

Student leaders get a head start on University

Year 13 students from across the CQ9传奇电子游戏官网首页 and Bay of Plenty came together last week…

20 June 2022

Matariki Art Exhibition opens at University of CQ9传奇电子游戏官网首页

An art exhibition dubbed Voices of Mana Motuhake is open to the public at the…

14 June 2022

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Nation-building or nature-destroying? Why it’s time NZ faced up to the environmental damage of its colonial past

The ways in which New Zealand remembers European colonisation have changed markedly in recent years. Critics have been chipping away…

New Zealand needs a new gang strategy – political consensus would be a good start

The concern about gangs and gang-related violence in New Zealand continues to be highly politicised. Government ministers are under constant…

Shovel-ready but not shovel-worthy: how COVID-19 infrastructure projects missed the opportunity to transform the way we live

When it comes to infrastructure planning, there are plenty of promises, especially in times of crisis.