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5 reasons why the Fast-track Approvals Bill threatens NZ's already fragile ecosystems

RNZ 17 Apr 2024
By Margaret Stanley* of. This peat wetland on the Kāpiti Coast has been restored from pasture to its former state ... 1. Much has been lost already ... 2 ... Read more ... 4 ... * Margaret Stanley is Professor of Ecology at University of Auckland, Waipapa Taumata Rau ... ....

Spectator boats at large sailing events could be impacting marine wildlife with noise pollution

Phys Dot Org 16 Apr 2024
New research led by Heriot-Watt University in Edinburgh, Scotland, suggests that international ... in Marine Science from the University of Auckland in New Zealand ... Provided by Heriot-Watt University.

Have New Zealanders been misled about AUKUS, is involvement a foregone conclusion?

RNZ 16 Apr 2024
By Marco de Jong and Robert G Patman* of ... Beyond great power rivalry ... A done deal? ... *Marco de Jong is a lecturer at Auckland University of Technology Law School, and Robert G Patman is a professor of International Relations at the University of Otago.

Scientists went on a hunt for the elusive colossal squid — and brought cruise ship ...

Business Insider 15 Apr 2024
Mulrennan first became interested in colossal squids in 2007 when he was studying abroad at the University of Auckland.

Rediscovered: Mmakgabo Helen Sebidi’s art returns home after 33 years

Mail Guardian South Africa 15 Apr 2024
While appreciating some of her art and sculptures, Baard says ... He contacted the local gallery ... Photos ... Sebidi says ... Ntlo E Etsamayang is on display until 17 May at the UJ Art Gallery at the University of Johannesburg’s Kingsway Campus in Auckland Park.

Auckland salon celebrates traditions with artistic spectacle

China Daily 14 Apr 2024
AUCKLAND — In a vibrant celebration of Chinese ... Among them was Tiana MacDonald, a University of Auckland student, who discovered her passion for Chinese culture during her summer school studies.

Castor oil has potential as a natural treatment for dry eye disease

The News International 14 Apr 2024
While there are some treatments available for dry eye disease researchers from the University of Auckland were curious if a natural remedy could be effective ... Further information about the current trial is available via the University of Auckland ... .

Grant Robertson is swapping cabinet for academia – but should ex-politicians lead universities?

RNZ 12 Apr 2024
Universities were traditionally led by academics ... He served as vice-chancellor at the University of Auckland and later the University of Oxford ... *Tom Bake is an associate professor in Human Geography, University of Auckland, Waipapa Taumata Rau.

From RSV to meningococcal B, we must ensure equitable access to childhood immunisations

RNZ 11 Apr 2024
... of Auckland, Waipapa Taumata Rau and Fiona Russell is a senior principal research fellow; paediatrician; infectious diseases epidemiologist; and vaccinologist at The University of Melbourne.

New Approach To Increase Māori And Pacific University Success

Scoop 10 Apr 2024
Bold initiative to improve Māori and Pacific University Entrance pass rates and increase success, has been launched by Waipapa Taumata Rau, University of Auckland ... .

Key sectors stymie emission reduction efforts in New Zealand, reveals study

Phys Dot Org 10 Apr 2024
New Zealand's Emissions Trading Scheme (ETS) is being let down by several critical sectors, according to an analysis by University of Auckland researchers from the Business School's Energy Center ... Dr ... Selena Sheng ... Provided by University of Auckland.

Demolition by neglect for our heritage buildings

RNZ 10 Apr 2024
"You can't demolish but this often leads to demolition by neglect," says Bill McKay, a senior lecturer at University of Auckland School of Architecture and Planning.

‘I am not electioneering’: Deputy President Paul Mashatile says load shedding will end this year

Independent online (SA) 10 Apr 2024
... to ensure that load shedding is ended this year,” Mashatile said during a public lecture at the University of Johannesburg (UJ), in Auckland, on Tuesday in celebration of 30 years of democracy.

UN expert visits Motueka to learn about Nelson Tenths case

RNZ 10 Apr 2024
University of Auckland Te Puna Rangahau o Wai Ariki, Centre for Indigenous Peoples and the Law, director Claire Charters (Ngāti Whakaue, Tūwharetoa, Ngā Puhi, Tainui) said the case amounted to a serious miscarriage of justice ... ....