July 31, 2019

Tensions reach a boiling point at Ihumātao

Last Tuesday the 23rd, an eviction notice was served to people occupying the land at Ihumatao. By Wednesday, over 200 peaceful protestors had joined forces on […]
July 29, 2019

New Re-Usable Cup Service Hits Auckland

A new service for coffee drinkers has launched in Auckland which pledges to reduce the amount of waste generated by single-use takeaway cups.  Currently, New Zealand […]
July 29, 2019

Would You Sell Your Body to Science? We talk to Students Making Big Bucks as Clinical Trial Guinea Pigs

Generally thought of as a last resort for desperate uni students, clinical trials are increasingly becoming just another ‘side hustle’ for young people with enough time […]
May 27, 2019

420 Legalise It? Politicians and Academics Battle It Out on the Legalisation of Recreational Cannabis

On May 7th, the Labour Party made an announcement that set student hearts aflutter nationwide. Justice Minister Andrew Little revealed that a binding referendum would take […]