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Includes Matire Harwood, Chris Shaw, Andrew Patterson; Farzaneh Haghighi, plus all that's Good to Know, In the News, and Art and Culture.
It has been a busy few years for award-winning doctor Matire Harwood. She talks about the challenges and rewards of being a Māori academic and GP.
Professor Chris Shaw has spent his career hunting for rogue genes and collaborating to share insights into brain diseases.
Andrew Patterson talks about a programme in which selected students will collaborate on global team projects, as part of a new opportunity called Future 17.
Opinion: Farzaneh Haghighi is an Iranian-Kiwi. She reflects on the 'Woman, Life, Freedom' movement and how it is built on the courage of women who have gone before.
Master of Creative Writing student Yvette Thomas got exactly what she wanted in a recent poetry competition.
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