Human Sciences underscore intellectual life

Supplied Content Palmerston North, February 21, 2017 Humanities teachers, researchers, students and graduates make a significant contribution to the development of cultural and intellectual life of New Zealand. Humanities and associated disciplines account for almost half of all students enrolled in university, according to an Education Ministry Report released in 2016. A Bachelor of Arts that is well taught and…

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New Zealand’s beef case has a lot of meat

Todd McClay Wellington, February 21, 2017 I am extremely confident that New Zealand has a strong case following Indonesia’s decision to appeal a World Trade Organisation (WTO) ruling in favour of New Zealand beef and horticulture exports and says he expects Indonesia to meet their WTO obligations following the appeal. New Zealand and the United States brought a case against…

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Better transport network keeps New Zealand moving

Bill English Wellington, February 21, 2017 Infrastructure supports our daily lives. It delivers the electricity we use, the water we drink and the roads we drive on. That is why the National-led Government is investing more than ever in transport infrastructure right across the country. We are utterly committed to keeping a growing New Zealand moving. Last week, Transport Minister…

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