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August 3, 2020

Whakarongo Mai! / Listen Up!: Auckland Students’ Thoughts on The End of Life Choice Referendum

During this year’s election, voters will make a decision on two referendums. One of these will determine whether the End of Life Choice Act comes into […]
July 27, 2020

Whakarongo Mai! / Listen Up! What Do Auckland Students Think of the Managed Isolation Debate?

While we return to the sports pitch and the nightclub, thousands of returning Kiwis watch from their hotel room windows. Managed isolation facilities have been established […]
June 8, 2020

Whakarongo Mai! / Listen Up! Auckland Students’ Thoughts on Voting and the Election

The 2020 general election for New Zealand is approaching quickly. Craccum asked students on their views on voting, and how young should New Zealanders be learning […]
June 2, 2020

Whakarongo Mai! / Listen Up! What Do Auckland Students Think of the Climate Strikes?

Last month, School Strike 4 Climate New Zealand organised an online climate strike in its efforts to continue to push for action to address climate change. […]
May 25, 2020

Whakarongo Mai! Listen Up! What Do Students Think of Budget 2020?

Following the budget announcement this month, Craccum heard from three Auckland students and the New Zealand Union of Students’ Associations regarding their thoughts on Budget 2020. […]
May 18, 2020

Whakarongo Mai! / Listen Up! What do Auckland Students think of a Capital Gains tax?

With some concerned about how to pay for the government’s stimulus package and new budget, some have proposed that a capital gains tax (CGT) is somewhere […]
May 11, 2020

Whakarongo Mai! / Listen Up! Students Speak on the Proposal of a Universal Student Allowance

The financial strain on students due to the COVID-19 pandemic has prompted student organisations to explore the idea of an universal student allowance. Craccum talked to […]
May 4, 2020

Whakarongo Mai!: Listen Up! What Do You Think of the First Year Fees-Free Policy?

Introduced for the start of the 2018 tertiary year, the government’s Fees Free policy removed up to $12,000 worth of first year debt. Three years on, […]