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March 3, 2008

Employers seeking university graduates and graduates seeking employment are now able to visit NZUniCareerHub, a newly established website that provides a one-stop shop for job searching. Set up by the Association of University Careers Advisers of New Zealand (UCANZ), the site is an improved version of jobs4grads, with the involvement of seven out of eight […]

September 24, 2007

VUWSA General Election Returning Officer Andrea Reeves has accused Clubs Development Officer Brent Hayward of “crossing the line” following an email Hayward sent to clubs expressing his concerns that if a “certain group of students” were to be elected to the VUWSA Executive, club funding would be cut.

September 24, 2007

The A-Team and Returning Officer Andrea Reeves have reached a point of disagreement over the rules around election-spending, with Reeve interpreting the VUWSA Constitution to mean the A-Team can only spend a collective $100 on their campaign.

September 17, 2007

The Post Graduate Students’ Association (PGSA) and VUWSA are at long last preparing to enter a relationship agreement. The agreement, formerly a Memorandum of Understanding, will formalise the historically informal relations between the two student organisations.

September 10, 2007

Vic has a new club promoting excessive drinking and encouraging bogan diversity. The Brotherhood of Ordained Bogan Students, or BOOBS, says, “everyone has an internal bogan.”

August 6, 2007

The evidence of squatters discovered under Wai-te-ata Carpark two weeks ago will be removed by the University shortly, says Director of Facilities Management Jenny Bentley.

July 30, 2007

Suspicions have been raised that the cliff side underneath the Wai-te-ata Road carpark is inhabited by squatters, following the discovery of beds and snacks.

July 23, 2007

Women are disadvantaged by the system which grades university researchers, says the Association of University Staff (AUS).

July 16, 2007

International students and workers can expect a rise in immigration fees later this month, after the Department of Labour’s review of its visa processing fees.

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