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Vax the Nation

School of Chemistry scientist Dr Joel Rindelaub and rap artist Randa have released a debut music video Vax the Nation to encourage everyone to get the jab.

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Would you like a health problem with that? Fast-food combos

No-one expects fast-food combo meals to be healthy eating, but just how bad do they get?

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Major award for architect practising what he teaches

Professor Anthony Hoete (Ngāti Awa, Ngāti Rānana) has won the International Architecture category in the New Zealand Institute of Architects (NZIA) Awards 2021.

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University appoints Theresa Gattung Chair for Women in Entrepreneurship

Associate Professor Dr Christine Woods has been appointed as the inaugural Theresa Gattung Chair for Women in Entrepreneurship.

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Trade in the time of Covid and climate change

The urgency of the climate threat and the need for greater cooperation and equity between countries is changing the conversation about global trade.

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The rebrand challenge for National’s new chief

Jennifer Lees-Marshment looks at business and political leadership differences and how National’s new chief must build a positive brand personality.

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Why not all plastics are bad

Johan Verbeek argues that some plastics are necessary, especially during the pandemic, and looks at some of smart innovations coming out of the drive to recycle.

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