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22 August 2019

Tired of seeing its children targeted by fast food marketing and suffering the effects of a poor diet, an Auckland community is is gearing up to make its food environment healthier.


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  • 21 August 2019

    PhD student Bilal Nasier, who fled war-torn Afghanistan when he was four-years-old, is one of 750 students with a refugee background at the University of Auckland who will be celebrated during the University's first ever Refugee Week next week.

  • 21 August 2019

    “This was probably the most confrontational work in my 34-year career,” says Associate Professor Karen Grylls, on conducting the recent New Zealand premier of David Lang’s The Little Match Girl Passion.

  • 16 August 2019

    Understanding how technology applies to music is an emerging area of both research and teaching at the School of Music, and being developed by lecturer and coordinator of Music Technology, Dr Fabio Morreale, who joined the school this year.

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