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
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
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 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.