Prominent broadcasters join Massey

Supplied Content Massey University Auckland, August 31, 2017 Prominent Mori broadcasters, Scotty and Stacey Morrison will join Massey Universitys Te Ptahi-a-Toi at the beginning of next month (September). Both Scotty, Te Arawa and Stacey, Ngi Tahu, Te Arawa are prominent television and radio presenters who have forged impressive careers in the media spanning more than two decades. They have also…

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Self-beliefs shape what luxury means to us

Supplied Content University of Auckland August 31, 2017 New research suggests our unconscious self-beliefs influence what we value in luxury items, and that rather than targeting particular kinds of consumers, marketers should shape our self-beliefs to fit with their brand. Once upon a time, only the very wealthy could afford luxury items, but in this age of diffusion lines, fast…

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People’s Party promises right to self-defence

Venkat Raman  All New Zealanders should have the right to self-defence to ward off offenders, New Zealand People’s Party Leader Roshan Nauhria has said. “The only way to put some fear into those offenders who attack retail operators including diaries, liquor shops, petrol stations and others is to allow them the power to defend themselves. Our Party does not accept…

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Working Families Pockets get another filling

Paula Bennett  Alongside (Prime Minister) Bill English, I proudly announced on Tuesday (August 29, 2017), National’s Parents and Newborns Package which gives more support to young New Zealand families – in addition to the extra $26 per week on average that we are putting into $1.3 million Working Families’ pockets. Delivering more to Kiwi families is only possible because of…

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