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University of Auckland, Waipapa Taumata Rau

University of Auckland, Waipapa Taumata Rau, is New Zealand’s highest-ranked, largest and most comprehensive university. It is the only New Zealand university ranked in the Top 100 in the QS World University Rankings, and 137th in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings. It is also ranked sixth globally in the Times Higher Education University Impact Rankings and ranked first in 2019 and 2020. Around 35 percent of the top-ranked academic researchers in New Zealand are at the University of Auckland.


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Reef manta rays open their mouths wide while feeding around Manta Ridge, one of their important feeding areas in the Dampier Strait, Raja Ampat, Southwest Papua. Edy Setyawan

We discovered Raja Ampat’s reef manta rays prefer staying close to home – which could help us save more of them

While they can travel vast distances, our research revealed reef manta rays in Raja Ampat live mostly within a relatively small underwater ‘town’ – which urgently needs better protection.
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NZ Budget 2024: ‘tax relief’ for the ‘squeezed middle’ – but who’s paying? 7 experts follow the money

Finance minister Nicola Willis made good on two promises with her first budget – tax cuts and no surprises. But the belt tightening required to do that will have longer-term consequences.
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Flu vaccines are no longer free for all under-12s in NZ – children living in poverty and at higher risk will bear the brunt

Influenza accounts for more than half of all potentially vaccine-preventable hospitalisations of children under 14. But those living in poverty are three times more likely to require hospital care.
Pari manta karang membuka mulutnya lebar-lebar ketika sedang makan di sekitar Manta Ridge, salah satu area makan penting mereka di Selat Dampier, Raja Ampat. Edy Setyawan

Riset ungkap pari manta karang Raja Ampat tergolong “anak rumahan” di habitatnya

Riset kami selama 5 tahun menawarkan pengetahuan terbaru tentang pola pergerakan pari manta karang di Raja Ampat. Mereka cenderung tinggal dan beraktivitas tidak jauh dari habitatnya.


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