Rising student numbers sharpen skill focus

Sponsor’s Announcement Aotearoa New Zealand.  Consistently ranked one of the best places on earth to live.  Safe and affordable. Clean and green.  And offering world-class education at a fraction of the cost of some countries. It is no wonder that export education has become such a booming business Down Under, with more and more international students enrolling in everything from…

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Magazines from Vogue and Fashion go beyond Time

Office-to-Office, some things are getting common Venkat Raman –  In Sidney Sheldon’s blockbuster novel ‘The Other Side of Midnight,’ second heroine Catherine Alexander wins a coveted job by producing before her prospective employer an old magazine carrying important information in five minutes. “Hair Salons are an important source for old magazines and books,” she says when asked to explain about her feat.…

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Massey seeks writer for World War I medical services

Glyn Harper –  g.j.harper@massey.ac.nz From dental emergencies, treating dysentery and tending the wounded and dying – to the care of horses, donkeys, dogs and canaries as well as breakthroughs in facial plastic surgery – Massey University is seeking a writer for the untold story of New Zealand’s WWI medical services. Compassionate story This volume will comprise a significant segment of…

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