OPINION AND FEATURES

A list of all feature articles in chronological order.

The meaning of philosophy in perplexing times

The meaning of philosophy in perplexing times

To mark World Philosophy Day (November 21) Māori philosopher Dr Krushil Watene is keen to highlight the work of her colleagues and students, who she says are demonstrating the value of philosophical thought in solving some of society's most urgent problems.

Politicians need to regain control of local government

Politicians need to regain control of local government

Given the somewhat half-hearted voter turnout figures in this year's local elections, it is time for a review of the local electoral system in New Zealand, say public management academics.

From maths teacher to mastering analytics

From maths teacher to mastering analytics

Michelle Bidwell has always loved studying numbers so a Master of Analytics was a perfect fit.

'You need to better yourself to help other people'

'You need to better yourself to help other people'

Twenty-five year-old single mum Gayle Moana-Johnson says life was tough growing up, but now she's working to make life better for others as a social worker.

The meaning of philosophy in perplexing times
Thursday 21 November 2019
To mark World Philosophy Day (November 21) Māori philosopher Dr Krushil Watene is keen to highlight the work of her colleagues and students, who she says are demonstrating the value of...
Politicians need to regain control of local government
Tuesday 19 November 2019
Given the somewhat half-hearted voter turnout figures in this year's local elections, it is time for a review of the local electoral system in New Zealand, say public management academics.
From maths teacher to mastering analytics
Friday 15 November 2019
Michelle Bidwell has always loved studying numbers so a Master of Analytics was a perfect fit.
'You need to better yourself to help other people'
Thursday 31 October 2019
Twenty-five year-old single mum Gayle Moana-Johnson says life was tough growing up, but now she's working to make life better for others as a social worker.
Mother’s healthcare experience inspires nursing student
Tuesday 22 October 2019
Bachelor of Nursing student McKenzie Milne was inspired to study nursing after seeing the care her chronically ill mother received, both at home and in hospital.
Trump’s troop withdrawal causes chaos
Monday 21 October 2019
Dr Chris Galloway, who researches the way ISIS operates, gives his view on the United States' withdrawal of troops from northern Syria.
Pacific art takes over Government House
Thursday 17 October 2019
The Pacifica Mamas are the recipients of this year's Matairangi Mahi Toi Pasifika artist-in-residence, a partnership between Massey University and Governor-General Dame Patsy Reddy.
Opinion: Will the “Christchurch Call” be enough?
Thursday 17 October 2019
The latest far right terrorist attack in Halle, Germany, has confirmed several things, says Paul Spoonley. Firstly, that the Christchurch mosque shootings have provided something of a model for other...
Opinion: No quick fix to low voter turnout
Friday 11 October 2019
Massey's public management specialists explain why e-voting isn't the answer to the low levels of engagement we've seen in our recent local government elections.
Opinion: Hey buddy, wanna buy the Impeach shirt?
Friday 4 October 2019
What happens when politics is reduced to a slogan on a t-shirt? Dr Chris Galloway asks if the latest "need to impeach" shirts will have any effect on voter behaviour.
Opinion: Irish writer's song and dance over All Blacks' haka is nothing new
Friday 4 October 2019
It would just not be a Rugby World Cup without a song and dance, quite literally, being made about the Haka ritual performed by the All Blacks just before kick-off.
Canterbury repair costs a looming ‘quake-berg’
Wednesday 18 September 2019
The Government could be liable for at least $4.5 billion in Christchurch earthquake re-repairs, says Dr Michael Naylor.
Opinion: When fun is not enough to keep young people in sport
Wednesday 18 September 2019
Associate Professor Dennis Slade says coaches and teachers must deliver more than fun to keep youngsters in sport into adulthood.
Can the Labour Party get past its current crisis?
Wednesday 18 September 2019
Massey crisis communications expert Dr Chris Galloway has some advice for the Labour Party.
Opinion: Brexit and the betrayal of democracy
Monday 16 September 2019
Expat Briton Dr Mark Avis gives a personal perspective on why he believes democracy is being betrayed in the United Kingdom.
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