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Te Herenga Waka — Victoria University of Wellington

Te Herenga Waka — Victoria University of Wellington is one of New Zealand’s oldest and most prestigious tertiary institutions with a proud tradition of academic excellence. Through excellent teaching, research, scholarship, public service and entrepreneurship, Te Herenga Waka — Victoria University of Wellington’s vision is to be a world-leading capital city university and one of the great global-civic universities.

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Tak hanya produktivitas riset, kesejahteraan mahasiswa harus jadi bagian penting dari akreditasi dan ranking universitas

Mahasiswa seharusnya merupakan klien utama perguruan tinggi. Tapi, kini kampus seringkali lebih tunduk pada tuntutan pemerintah dan industri.
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Beyond research output, student well-being should be part of university quality indicators

Students once might have been the main clients of higher education, but today communities, industries and the government demand the ear of the university.
Valerio Micaroni

Into the ocean twilight zone: how new technology is revealing the secrets of an under-researched undersea world

You may not have heard of ‘temperate mesophotic ecosystems’, but science is beginning to understand the vital role these ocean zones play – and the need to protect them.
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A budget for the ‘squeezed middle’ – but will it be the political circuit-breaker Labour wants?

Our experts weigh up the winners and losers in a budget that had to balance an immediate cost-of-living crisis with long-term ambitions for health and climate change.
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Community healthcare workers were left feeling isolated and under-appreciated during the pandemic

Community healthcare workers say the price they paid to care for vulnerable patients during the pandemic has been largely ignored. It’s time to recognise their work at the front line.
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The Groundswell protest claimed regulation and taxes are unfair to farmers – the economic numbers tell a different story

Farmers from the Groundswell movement want more concessions from the government but the environmental and economic cost might be more than New Zealand can afford.

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