There have been reports of at least two assaults on students in the area between Kelburn campus and Aro Valley, around Fairlie Terrace.
Author Archive: Alex Feinson
Students at the University of Canterbury (UC) are divided over the implementation of a trial period of “women’s only” hours at the on-campus gym. Monday to Saturday, 1–3pm, female students can work out in male-free classes and gym areas. However many students found that blocking out the 1–3pm time slot was inconvenient, as lunch and […]
Salient has received a number of tip offs from various clubs who’ve struck roadblocks when dealing with clubs and societies management.
A recent survey by the Tertiary Education Union (TEU) revealed that seven out of ten tertiary workers think their wellbeing is worse than it was ten years ago.
Alex caught up with mayoral candidate and city councillor Jo Coughlan. She was super into traffic, and the roads, and giving Wellington a concert venue. She wasn’t not rude, and only might have been ambivalent about the student vote.
Green Party Co-Leader James Shaw and Labour Party Spokesperson on Climate Change Dr Megan Woods spoke to students at Victoria last week about the Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) between the two parties. The event was co-organised by VicLabour and Greens at Vic. Shaw outlined the aims of the MoU and what it meant for the […]
The Living Wage New Zealand campaign reached a milestone at the beginning of July, with over 50 organisations in New Zealand being listed as accredited living wage employers. This achievement was announced at coinciding events in Auckland’s Trinity Cathedral and Christchurch’s Transitional Cathedral on July 1, as both churches newly became living wage employers. Other […]
A new tax bill passed through parliament will make it easier for the government to get information from the Australian Tax Office on expats across the ditch who are not paying back their student loans. The bill also allows the government to report those caught out to the Inland Revenue Department (IRD). Tertiary Education Minister […]
John Key continues to deny that New Zealand is a tax haven, and has said that the IRD is beginning to follow up on the foreign trusts established under Mossack Fonseca NZ.