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May 21, 2018

In 2017, Britain approved the Digital Economy Act – a bill that will bring in a multitude of laws regarding the internet and pornography in 2018. With the changes brought by the new bill, Government officials have assured citizens that no one will be able to have any fun at all. Alongside installing age checks […]

May 14, 2018

An English Literature tutorial was decimated today by one man’s desire to share his insight with the class. “It’s not really a question, but more of a comment really,” he announced to the class. Following on from a perfectly succinct point from a classmate, the young man decided that now was the perfect time to […]

May 14, 2018

In early 2018, multiple scholars predicted this would be the year that men would prove that they were shit. However an interview with music mogul DJ Khaled has resurfaced this week, revealing that he does not and does not ever intend to perform oral sex on his wife, proving that men, in fact, still ain’t […]

May 7, 2018

Following on from the proposed closure of various specialty libraries at the University of Auckland, more changes are being put in place for students studying a Bachelor of Arts in 2018. All students who choose to pursue a Bachelor of Arts from 2018 at University of Auckland must now undertake a double major, while still […]

May 7, 2018

AI or Mike Hosking?

May 7, 2018

Following an announcement from The Mental Health Foundation of New Zealand, new potential methods of coping with mental illness have been revealed. At the top of the list is “eating an entire wheel of brie,” closely followed by “putting on a cheap facemask and smoking ten cigarettes”. Also mentioned in the list is “drinking an […]

May 7, 2018

Middle-aged women everywhere are rejoicing this week, following Waitaki MP Jacqui Dean’s proposal to extend the expiration date on all gift cards to three years. Dean looks exactly how you might expect her to – although her face is smiling, her eyes scream “I need to speak to a manager, because this is not good […]

April 30, 2018

The proposal to close the University of Auckland’s specialist libraries pertaining to fine arts, architecture, music, and dance sparked outrage among the public this week. The closure of Elam’s fine arts library has drawn particular controversy. The library has been operating since 1950, where it began from a small collection of books and has now […]

April 9, 2018

Fentanyl is the newest addition to the drug scene in New Zealand, after traces were found at an unnamed music festival in February this year. The sample was found by the non-profit group KnowYourStuffNZ, as part of undercover drug testing carried out at various music festivals over summer. Under the Misuse of Drugs Act 1975, […]