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Opinion: When is free speech hate speech and why should universities care?

Opinion: When is free speech hate speech and why should universities care?

Earlier this month an "alt right" speaking event in Auckland was cancelled after Mayor Phil Goff made it clear that the two speakers, Lauren Southern and Stefan Molyneux, were not welcome and that the council would not provide a venue for "hate speech" by people who sought to abuse and insult others.

Houses more affordable in Central Otago Lakes, bucking the national trend

Houses more affordable in Central Otago Lakes, bucking the national trend

Massey University's latest Home Affordability Report shows a decline in national affordability, but New Zealand's least affordable region is bucking that trend.

First aviation students chosen for Qantas programme

First aviation students chosen for Qantas programme

After an intense selection process, the first six School of Aviation students have been chosen by Jetstar New Zealand for the Qantas Future Pilots Program.

College of Creative Arts supreme winners at Gold Awards

College of Creative Arts supreme winners at Gold Awards

Massey University's College of Creative Arts now has new accolades to add to its reputation for delivering premier creative arts education after winning the Supreme prize at the 2018 Wellington Gold Awards.

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Social science links Massey with Wageningen
Thursday 10 May 2018
Social scientists from Middle Earth and Europe have joined forces to tackle urgent global issues such as food shortages, the environment, humanitarian aid, and more.
NZ’s foreign aid changes welcome - but what’s next?
Thursday 10 May 2018
Winston Peters' pre-Budget announcement of a substantial increase in foreign aid spending gets a big tick from Massey Development Studies academics, but they say new priorities - from poverty...
Sociologist to chair global migration network
Thursday 10 May 2018
Sociologist Distinguished Professor Paul Spoonley has been chosen for a leading role in the world's foremost network of researchers, government officials, international organisations and civil...
Documentary celebrates visionary scientist Sir Paul Callaghan
Thursday 10 May 2018
Six years after his untimely death, a documentary about renowned nuclear physicist Sir Paul Callaghan is set to remind the New Zealand public about his extraordinary achievements.
Veterinary students get scholarship boost
Wednesday 9 May 2018
Students from Massey University's School of Veterinary Science were at Parliament yesterday to receive scholarships totalling $40,000 from the Lawson-Smith Freemasons Education Trust.
Collaboration key to achieving Sustainable Development Goals
Wednesday 9 May 2018
The Massey Business School's first 'Big Issues in Business' event for 2018 is focused on how the Sustainable Development Goals are changing corporate behaviour.
Rare opportunity to learn about sharks
Tuesday 8 May 2018
Students, scientists and Ngāti Kuri gathered for the rare opportunity to see the necropsy of a great white shark at Massey University's campus in Auckland last week.
College of Creative Arts shines light on LUX
Tuesday 8 May 2018
In less than 10 days the Wellington waterfront will be brilliantly illuminated with events and exhibits celebrating the LUX Light Festival.
Massey book designers have hand in royal gifts
Tuesday 8 May 2018
Three books, part of a selection given by the Government to the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge following the birth of Prince Louis, were designed by College of Creative Arts staff Anna Brown and Jo...
Biomechanics Day hits the mark
Tuesday 8 May 2018
More than 1000 secondary school students took part in National Biomechanics Day last month, with Massey University and New Zealand leading the way.
Opinion: Health Minister needs courage to do things differently
Monday 7 May 2018
Professor Jenny Carryer wonders if the challenges facing the health sector keeps the Health Minister awake at night - and suggests some 'courageous' solutions to some of those challenges.
Plant power protects young asthmatics
Monday 7 May 2018
A study of almost 50,000 New Zealand children has found exposure to green natural environments, and especially diverse vegetation, may protect against asthma.
Suits: Leadership and play
Friday 4 May 2018
Einstein called it 'combinatory play' - the ability to bring together elements from multiple sources. It's a skill more leaders should hone, says Dr Ralph Bathurst.
Taking culture to the playground
Friday 4 May 2018
Mainstream measurements of children's physical activity do not effectively capture the cultural influences of parenting and its impact on children's play and travel.
Professor Emeritus welcomed by prominent US Academy
Thursday 3 May 2018
Professor Emeritus David Penny has received one of the highest honours in the science world, to be named a National Academy of Sciences foreign associate.
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