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A list of all Massey News articles in chronological order.

The acceptable sex worker – how media coverage still stigmatises many in the sex industry

The acceptable sex worker – how media coverage still stigmatises many in the sex industry

Dr Gwyn Easterbrook-Smith's new book Producing the Acceptable Sex Worker looks at how sex workers are discussed in the news media.

Engineering students’ agri-tech tech startup ProTag raises $1 million

Engineering students’ agri-tech tech startup ProTag raises $1 million

Massey University Engineering PhD students and entrepreneurs, Tyrel Glass and Baden Parr, are creating game-changing technology for the agricultural industry.

Te Rau Angitū Awards Programme provides support for Māori postgraduate students

Te Rau Angitū Awards Programme provides support for Māori postgraduate students

More than 30 Māori postgraduate diploma, masters and doctoral students were celebrated and will be supported in their learning journey by the Te Rau Angitū Awards Programme, which was previously known as the Pūrehuroa Awards.

Te Rau Karamu Marae wins prestigious Purple Pin in Best Design Awards

Te Rau Karamu Marae wins prestigious Purple Pin in Best Design Awards

Te Kāhui Toi, under the leadership of Professor Ngātai Taepa and Associate Professor Kura Puke of Toi Rauwhārangi College of Creative Arts, has been awarded a Purple Pin for the design of Te Rau Karamu Marae on the university's Pukeahu Campus (Wellington) in the Toitanga (Māori design) category.

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A list of all Massey News articles in chronological order.

Massey fiction writers shine in Ockham Book Awards shortlist
Tuesday 15 March 2022
Four Massey creative writing lecturers and tutors are shortlisted in this year's Ockham New Zealand Book Awards, with three dominating the fiction section and one in poetry.
Opinion: This isn’t us – or is it? Protest and critical thinking
Wednesday 9 March 2022
Removing the occupiers from Parliament was not the end of a protest. It was the end of an occupation, a congregation of reasonable people with a statement to make, and others just wanting to snub...
New Adjunct Professor appointment at the Riddet Institute
Tuesday 8 March 2022
Professor Barbara Burlingame has been appointed as an Adjunct Professor by the Riddet Institute in recognition of her professional achievements and leadership in public health nutrition and food...
International Women’s Day - a reminder to recognise and celebrate women’s achievements and plights
Tuesday 8 March 2022
Originally from Malaysia and growing up in the Philippines, Rhema Chatiya Nantham decided she wanted to move to New Zealand for university. Spoilt for choice, she has a very straightforward reason...
Scooting around campus heritage sites
Tuesday 8 March 2022
A collaborative initiative saw students scooting around sculptures and heritage buildings in the Turitea Heritage Precinct on Wednesday 2 March.
Opinion: International Women’s Day and toxic masculinity in international security
Tuesday 8 March 2022
We are celebrating International Women's Day in 2022 in a time when the lack of women's presence in international negotiations on peace and security is more evident than ever.
A long way to fall in order to afford a home: interest rate rise and house prices surge in 2021
Monday 7 March 2022
The latest Home Affordability Report shows an overall decline in national affordability over the most recent quarter, largely driven by soaring house prices and an increasing interest rate.
The acceptable sex worker – how media coverage still stigmatises many in the sex industry
Monday 7 March 2022
Dr Gwyn Easterbrook-Smith's new book Producing the Acceptable Sex Worker looks at how sex workers are discussed in the news media.
Opinion: Whiteness and calls to dialogue with far-right infrastructures of white supremacy
Thursday 3 March 2022
What exactly is the middle ground when democracies are faced with viral disinformation campaigns, organised by powerful political and economic interests, leveraging the profiteering logics of...
Massey whānau represented at 2022 Winter Olympics
Thursday 3 March 2022
Six freeskiing and snowboarding athletes with Massey connections recently took part in the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing.
Climate change report concludes that immediate action is needed to limit inevitable impacts
Thursday 3 March 2022
A report by the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change has just been released, including several key contributions from a Massey academic.
Offshore learning centre students welcomed in online orientation
Thursday 3 March 2022
Agrifood Digital Lab and the NZ Product Accelerator announce hub for Palmerston North
Thursday 3 March 2022
Massey University's AgriFood Digital Lab (MAFDL) is partnering with the NZ Product Accelerator (NZPA) to form a new hub in Palmerston North.
Grasshoppers show how alpine fauna will be lost as global temperatures rise
Thursday 3 March 2022
New research indicates anthropogenic climate change will result in a quarter of Aotearoa New Zealand's alpine grasshopper species becoming extinct.
Engineering students’ agri-tech tech startup ProTag raises $1 million
Wednesday 2 March 2022
Massey University Engineering PhD students and entrepreneurs, Tyrel Glass and Baden Parr, are creating game-changing technology for the agricultural industry.
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