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Massey students compete in 3MT

Overall winner Mohammad Rehan from the School of Food and Technology

Massey’s Graduate Research School hosted the Three Minute Thesis (3MT) competition where students had the challenge of sharing their thesis with an audience- in only three minutes.

Music discovery leads to a winning novella

Professor Bryan Walpert, author of award-winning novella Late Sonata.

Insurers pay $37m to support Northland flood recovery - EQC

Preliminary figures released today by the Insurance Council of New Zealand reaffirm the extent of damage the July Northland floods left behind, with $37m paid to date by insurers to support their customers' recovery.

Community helps shape Invercargill City Centre Master Plan

A wide range of community groups, city organisations, businesses, iwi and individuals have had their say in the initial stages of the Invercargill City Centre Master Plan process over the past three months.

GDP figures: Growth plan urgently needed - New Zealand Taxpayers' Union

The New Zealand Taxpayers’ Union is calling on all political parties to unveil their plans to restore, and ultimately increase, New Zealand’s productivity.

Check the forecast before you light - Canterbury FENZ

Fire and Emergency New Zealand wants Cantabrians to think about the weather if they are planning to burn this spring.

With spring Cantabrians see the arrival of the Nor’wester and dry weather.

This weather combination creates the perfect mix for potential scrub fires.

Rocket Lab releases limited edition mission patch

Rocket Lab Releases Limited Edition Mission Patch to Support Endangered Bird Conservation

All proceeds from the sale of the unique Race To Space mission patch will go directly to the Department of Conservation’s (DOC) tÅ«turuatu (Shore Plover) protection

Strengthen your public sector leadership career with ANZSOG: apply now

During times of uncertainty it’s important that you invest in developing your leadership capabilities and advancing your career. Now more than ever communities are turning to government for direction and leadership, and with the right skills you can play a vital role.

LIM reports now completely online - Far North District Council

Getting information on Far North properties is now much easier, quicker and better for the environment.

Far North District Council has completed system changes so that all Land Information Memorandum (LIM) reports are now requested, paid for and delivered completely online.

Progress on water - Far North District Council

It may feel like Spring is already here, but the equinox - when the sun crosses the equator and enters the Southern Hemisphere - isn’t until next Wednesday. Whichever system you use to mark the first day of Spring, warmer weather is here.