While the streets of Wellington were bursting with all manner of hideously-dressed, hideously-drunken rugby fans on Waitangi Weekend, I, along with about 400 others from around the country, made the journey to a campsite in Wainuiomata to partake in one of the best weekends I have ever experienced. Camp A Low Hum was born from […]
Archive for February, 2007
Clap Your Hands Say Yeah (CYHSY) were always going to struggle with their second album after the hype generated by their first. I’m sure most are familiar with their story, much like an American version of the Artic Monkeys. It goes something like this: un-signed band gives out demos at their gigs, geeky fans spread […]
Whaingaroa by Jodi Ruth Keet Showing from February 16 to March 12
Julia left the gym feeling pleased with herself. Her assessment had gone well and she was feeling the benefi t of regular workouts and healthier eating. ‘You’re doing well, Julia. Not bad for six weeks,’ said Sally. ‘Keep at it and you’ll look pretty good on the beach in Fiji.By the way, the guy I […]
Sunday February 11 San Francisco Bath house
Social and political psychologist Marc Wilson leads the first academic podium of the year with his thoughts on National party voter characteristics. Dr Wilson’s areas of interest include the Treaty settlement process, New Zealand national identity, and political preference.
Politics is all about setting the agenda. This year, John Key’s state of the nation address has everybody talking about benefi ciaries. Are there people in New Zealand who view benefits as a career option?
Thistle Hall, top of Cuba Street, 23-30 January So there I was, walking along Cuba Street half drunk on wine from yet another art wank fest, when I staggered into Thistle Hall.
Team Vic, the brand of VUWSA, has signed a sponsorship deal with The Establishment bar to ensure ongoing support for student clubs and activities.