Students see red.
The University and VUWSA are continuing to look into ways to improve student safety on campus, following three sexually motivated attacks on the Boyd-Wilson path in three weeks.
This is the full transcript of an interview conducted between the Salient Editors and Associate Minister of Health, Peter Dunne. He is the man in charge of government drug policy. Three days after this interview, he changed his view about synthetic drugs and moved to ban all remaining synthetic drugs.
Salient’s guide to synthetic-drugs law in New Zealand.
The University may cease to offer Honours in an attempt to “open up the benefits of a fourth year of study” to more students.
Are Police failing to weed out criminals?
Regional Council makes it harder to use public transport to get to class
The Wellington City Council will install better lighting and a CCTV camera on the Boyd-Wilson path in response to recent attacks
More work needed to ensure safety of students