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July 17, 2016

Victoria University’s Academic Board are proposing to introduce a two week exam period, to ditch three hour exams in favour of shorter two hour exams, and to have three exams taking place per day. This has been proposed as the most practical way to extend trimester three to twelve weeks, after a previous proposal to […]

July 17, 2016

LGBT people have been part of New Zealand society since long before colonisation, but that doesn’t mean they have always been accepted. LGBT people have fought for equal rights in New Zealand for decades, and this fight has built the foundations for the rights and acceptance that LGBT people now live within. A fight that […]

May 29, 2016

  It will soon be safer to cycle from Lower Hutt to Wellington thanks to a new cycleway. Wellington City Council’s Transport and Urban Development Committee recently voted in support of the recommended staged approach to implementing the cycleway and other transport changes along Hutt Road. The plan was voted for unanimously by councillors and […]

May 29, 2016

Lots of money for old people, not so much for us

May 22, 2016

Wagstaff continued, “these people are earning something like 40 times your average person. They’re not doing 40 times the work or adding 40 times the value.”

May 8, 2016

The woman grabbed a pair of rubber gloves, a hoodie, and a balaclava and drove to the campus where she hid in a cleaning cupboard until staff had gone home and the building was locked up.

May 1, 2016

Victoria University of Wellington’s futsal team are off to Brazil for the FIFA sanctioned FISU World University Futsal Games. This comes following Victoria University’s win over the University of Waikato 4-3 at the National University Futsal Championships at the Manawatu Sports Arena last week.   The Victoria University coach was particularly excited about the win […]

April 17, 2016

The leak saw more than 100 media organisations spend a year poring over the leaked files, which contained 40 years’ worth of data that implicated more than 214,000 offshore companies to people in 200+ countries. The documents were sourced from Panamanian law-firm and corporate service provider Mossack Fonseca.

April 10, 2016

Three out of the five rooms had a serious amount of mould.

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