Leadership qualities go beyond romantic bias

Dr Suze Wilson Palmerston North, September 18, 2017 The dramatic rise in Labour’s fortunes on the back of Jacinda Adern’s recent elevation seems a pretty clear indication that when it comes to voting, our opinion of party leaders matters. This is despite the fact that our parliamentary, rather than presidential, system means party policies have enormous influence over what a…

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Dietician receives prestigious award

Supplied Content Auckland, September 18, 2017 Associate Professor Carol Wham from Massey Universitys School of Sport, Exercise and Nutrition recently received the prestigious Dietitians NZ Award of Excellence in the category of Outstanding Achievement in Dietetics. She was presented the award at Te Papa in Wellington late last month. Distinct Careers Dr Wham, from Kohimarama in Auckland, has had three…

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Multitasker takes Miss Indianz title at glittering ceremony

Digital technology takes the 15th Edition to greater heights Venkat Raman Auckland, September 17, 2017 Valentine Fernandes, a Nurse-in-the-making, moonlighting three jobs in addition to being a spirited volunteer, convincingly took the title of Miss Indianz 2017 at a glittering ceremony at Town Hall, in Auckland’s Central Business District last night (Saturday, September 16, 2017). More than 800 people were…

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