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Arts and culture

  • 18 May 2022

    We need to be alert to cultural appropriation, and that includes designers and design educators, says Dr Diana Albarrán González, who recently took up her role as deputy director of and lecturer in the Design Programme at the University.

  • Dr Leonie Holmes

    18 May 2022

    In celebration of New Zealand Music Month, Dr Leonie Holmes, distinguished composer and senior lecturer at the School of Music, shares ten great works by Aotearoa New Zealand composers, and what she loves about them.

  • Associate Professor Linda Tyler says staff and students are privileged to be surrounded by so much artwork on campus

    16 May 2022

    The University Art Collection has more than 1,700 items across five campuses. Linda Tyler showcases another of her favourite pieces.

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Health and medicine

  • Pregnant Maori woman in doctor's consultation.

    27 May 2022

    A robust prioritisation process has found the major issues around mothers’ and babies’ care relate to Māori and Pacific whānau.

  • Older New Zealanders

    25 May 2022

    OPINION: The 2022 Budget and the health reforms are conspicuously silent on an over-looked group of New Zealanders, older people, write Ngaire Kerse and Lynne Taylor.

  • 23 May 2022

    Researchers at the ABI have received $150,000 from the Health Research Council for a project in which they aim to transform our ability to understand, predict and ultimately prevent the long-term impact of traumatic brain injury.

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