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Auckland waterfront

What the election means for Auckland

We are hosting a political debate focusing on Auckland issues. Auckland MPs taking part include representatives from National, Labour, Greens and NZ First.

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'Spaghetti Junction', Auckland Winter Lectures

Nation Transformed: the place of migration in 21st century Aotearoa-New Zealand

The 1987 Immigration Act marked a watershed in NZ’s recent history, adding a diversity to the migrant mix which has transformed our social and cultural fabric.

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Professor Wayne Cutfield Research

Could gut bacteria help obese teens lose weight?

Wayne Cutfield talks to RNZ about the weight loss trial involving gut bugs from lean young people to help obese teenagers lose weight.

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A Raising the Bar session Event

Raise your glass to knowledge

We are hosting a Raising the Bar event on August 29, when leading academics will give 20 free talks at 10 inner-city Auckland bars on one night.

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Velma and Russell Stone, with their mother Clarice, Queen St, 1931 News

Focus on Auckland history

A new initiative focused on understanding Auckland’s past in all its diversity and vibrancy is being launched.

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Sir Kenneth Keith at his book launch News

Promoting safety through law, national and international, and by other means.

Sir Kenneth Keith is to deliver the inaugural Sir Owen Woodhouse Memorial Lecture, a commemoration of one our most distinguished judges.

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Dr Emily Parke News

Philosopher heads up bioethics panel

Emily Parke is one of two convenors of the first New Zealand bioethics panel focused on the ethical and social challenges to eradicating invasive predators.

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Professor Toni Bruce News

The power of stories: researching and engaging with sports media

New Zealand is considered a country of sports fans, but do we ever consider the meanings and effects of sport in people’s lives?

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Left to right: Rashina Hoda, Kelly Blincoe, Catherine Watson Opinion

Women, software engineering needs you

Catherine Watson, Rashina Hoda and Kelly Blincoe explain why women deserve a seat at the engineering and technology table.

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Schoolbags Event

Teacher Recruitment Expo

In partnership with the APPA we are offering primary teaching graduates the chance to connect with school principals about teaching positions in 2018.

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Children on a seesaw Summit

Beyond Social Investment

Social investment is a buzzword guiding the current government’s social policy decisions. Speakers will examine the implications of this view of welfare.

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Professor Peter Thorne Seminar

Hearing loss, tinnitus and brain health

A free public seminar where Professor Peter Thorne talks about current medical research that aims to diagnose, treat or prevent hearing loss and tinnitus.

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Professor Toni Bruce Lecture

The power of stories: researching and engaging with sports media

Former news and sport journalist Toni Bruce’s inaugural professorial lecture weaves together over 25 years researching how sports media represents sport.

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A young Allen Curnow Symposium

The life and works of Allen Curnow

The life and work of one of New Zealand's greatest poets will be celebrated at a special symposium on Saturday 30 September.

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Auckland Harbour and surrounds


We're hosting Auckland’s first ever Climathon. Register now to take part in a 24 hour global ideas hack to tackle climate change.

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Solve It Programme

Solve It

Create solutions to big environmental and business problems over the mid-semester break and be in to win a share of $24,000 in prizes.

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The Inside Word blog Blog

The Inside Word

Written by first-year students, The Inside Word blog captures what it’s like to study here at the University. Subscribe so you never miss a post!

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Buskers Festival Events

What's On

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