Covid-19 response should include indigenous communities care

Covid-19 response should include indigenous communities care

Krushil Watene Auckland, April 29, 2020 The COVID-19 pandemic has reminded us our own well-being is intimately connected to other people and our natural environment. For many people, living in a small lockdown bubble for weeks has put a heavy strain on their mental health and relationships. For others, it’s been a chance to strengthen multi-generational ties. Māori and Indigenous peoples elsewhere have long…

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Sydney transforms Commerce stream future of work

Sydney transforms Commerce stream future of work

Supplied Content Sydney, April 28, 2020 The University of Sydney Business School has transformed its Master of Commerce qualification  with a greater focus on core skills that will be in-demand in future workplaces. Commencing with the first semester in 2021, the new Programme will give students access to eight specialisations to build their skills in areas such as global logistics,…

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Dr Bloomfield clarifies ‘elimination’ does not mean eradication

Dr Bloomfield clarifies ‘elimination’ does not mean eradication

Jo Moir  Wellington, April 28, 2020 Director General of Health Ashley Bloomfield has had to walk back comments made by him and the Prime Minister yesterday about the country having achieved elimination of Covid-19 New Zealand has been hailed in international media including The New York Times and The Daily Telegraph as having won the battle in eliminating Covid-19. While elimination has been achieved…

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