Perhaps it’s a case of home-ground advantage, but members of the Otago University Debating Society (OUDS) recently achieved unprecedented levels of success at the Australs.
The creative responses of Medical students to meeting a dying patient are on display at an Art of Palliative Medicine exhibition which opened at the Wellington campus last night.
Dr Alex Macmillan last week participated the 2014 Theo Murphy High Flyers Think Tank – a forum discussing the impacts of climate change on health.
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The main issues in NZ Politics today are inequality, opinion polls, GCSB, Greens, National Party, and asylum seekers. Please note, the NZ Politics Daily service is taking a break for while.
By Bryce Edwards
Student art week a big hit
30 July – Dunedin Television News
Iwi keen to put artefacts on show
30 July – Marlborough Express
New Zealand’s Southern Alps have lost a third of their ice
29 July – theconversation.com
Department of Marketing Manager Stewart Hibbert spends his free time renovating his home - on the site of the old Seacliff Hospital.
The old Mining School building (on the right with a chimney) with the Clocktower Building in the background.