For the past two years, iPredict has graced the pages of this magazine with predictions, from whether or not David Cunliffe will shave his beard before the next caucus meeting to who will win the Democratic Party’s nomination to run for US President in 2016 (#hillary2016).
Salient asked the young political hacks what they thought of the Budget and what it means for students.
A Victoria graduate has found new ways in which methamphetamine use can alter the brain, as part of the PhD in Biomedical Science he was awarded last week.
Rentals Falling Short of WoF; No Change in Sight
Govt not accommodating for increasing rent
“Along with other tertiary institutions, Victoria has received additional STEM funding since 2013. Although inflation has not been high in recent years, inflation rates have reduced, in real terms, the additional money available.”
OIA sheds light on Boyd-Wilson path attacks
Last week it was revealed that the National Party raises funds by allowing its members to pay to get face-time with Cabinet Ministers. Despite the Labour Party running a similar racket during their most recent conference, the opposition have said that the clubs stink of corruption.
The multimillion-dollar upgrade to the Hub and Library has won a New Zealand Architecture Award.