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June 9, 2021

University Loses Nearly Two-Hundred Staff to Voluntary Redundancy Scheme

A recent OIA request revealed that 187 staff have left the University through its Voluntary Redundancy Scheme. Beginning in October last year, the scheme was established […]
June 9, 2021

Demand for AUSA Food Parcels Has Increased in 2021

Demand for AUSA food parcels has “increased significantly” in 2021, says the AUSA’s Advocacy Manager Careen Jack. On the 27th of May, Jack reported that 26 […]
May 31, 2021

AUSA Passes Motion to Give 12 Months’ Notice to Leaving NZUSA

AUSA’s proposal to leave the NZUSA passed at today’s AUSA Annual General Meeting with a majority vote of 50 to 29 votes. The termination of membership […]
May 24, 2021

Brynley Stent: Soft Carnage

Playing at the NZ International Comedy Festival 2021 Brynley Stent is no stranger to the New Zealand comedy scene. A regular on local television and a […]
May 24, 2021

James Mustapic: Inside James Mustapic

I’ve always been a fan of James Mustapic. A Billy T Award nominee this year, I would watch his old Youtube content, including Shorty St Scandal […]
May 24, 2021

Josh Davies: Look! I’m Blind.

Playing at the NZ International Comedy Festival 2021 The 2021 Billy T Award nominee brings us an hour of eye-opening stand-up in Look! I’m blind, playing […]
May 18, 2021

Into the Bush: An Interview with Ania Upstill

What made you want to recreate an Elizabethan play? Have you always been interested in that period of theatre? I’m a massive nerd, so I’ve been […]
May 18, 2021

Live: Into the Bush

Kazoos, Roman Godexxes, love-drunk nymphs and The Eye Of The Tiger. If I was to group these things together without explaining Into the Bush, you’d have […]