THE HUIA Collections are a result of national competitions held by Huia Publishers for Maori writers. Each collection has about 25 stories written by numerous authors.
Archive for July, 2006
CONCERNS HAVE been raised over the expenditure priorities of UniQ, the VUWSA-affiliated representative group for queer students, with its leadership under fire for alleged fiscal irresponsibility.
Our programme Te Kawa a Māui (Māori Studies) is one of the smallest schools in the University. We have a permanent staff of seven fulltime academics, five contract teachers and two administrative staff.
E NOHO ana rā i te koko o te tipuna whare nei o Te Tumu Herenga Waka ka raumahara ake rā ki te rua mahuru tau i tuwhera ai ōna tatau ki te iti ki te rāhi ki te ngahue tāngata kua ū mai, kua māunu atu ngā waka i runga i ngā waikarekare o […]
So James learned how to hyperlink today (or, more correctly, yesterday), and isn’t he so good at it? And now that I have my own log-in and don’t have to post via email, I too can enjoy all the wonders of html. All those fancy buttons!
And that my friends is a fact. In my quest to procrastinate I came across an article about White’s last tour. Turns out he was booked on a circular stage, and half the crowd got refunds because he was so fat that he couldn’t swivel. That’s fat.
Pennywise are in Union Hall testing their drums. Our office is shaking. I’ll be attending the concert this evening. If only to relive the days where I felt that lines such as ‘fuck authority… silent majority’ were the peak of verbal dexterity.
We’re in production for the Te Reo issue this week, and there’s only three pages of news going in, so I haven’t got all that much to do.
Earlier in the year a flatmate of mine tried to kill himself. I was awoken early one summer morning to find his mother at the door, having driven half way down the island overnight to be with him in hospital.