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Semester exchange in Australia

The 360 International exchange programme is now open, providing students an opportunity to study at one of our Australian partner universities in Semester Two.

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Exploring why seabirds become bycatch

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Kiwi students share views on life in CensusAtSchool 2021

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The 150-year-old mystery disease killing two New Zealanders a week

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Iwi vs Kiwi: Beyond the binary

Instead of seeing Māori ways as either/or with existing thinking about the world and governance, it's time to bring them together, writes Dame Anne Salmond.

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