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The two need not be the same, Dr Moana Jackson tells Victoria University of Wellington's conference on restorative and Māori justice approaches to New Zealand's prison crisis.
Without protection, some structures may soon become gaping holes in our heritage stock and historical understanding of New Zealand, writes Christine McCarthy from Victoria University of Wellington's School of Architecture.
For many, visiting sites of atrocity or disaster provides a connection to events they have learned about but not experienced, writes Dr Caroline Bennett from Victoria University of Wellington's School of Social and Cultural Studies.
Professor Alan Brent from Victoria University of Wellington's School of Engineering and Computer Science assesses how well New Zealand is doing with the trinity of energy priorities necessary to tackle global warming.
In the lead up to the centenary of Armistice Day, which New Zealanders across the country will be marking with a "roaring chorus of jubliant sound" (see ww100.govt.nz/roaring-chorus), I’d like to spare a thought for a group of professional
A ‘waka laboratory’ to sample gas emissions from some of the world’s most inaccessible volcanoes is among 22 Victoria University of Wellington-led projects to receive more than $14.5 million from the Government’s Marsden Fund
A team of volunteers including Victoria University of Wellington students recently collected an estimated 1.5 tonnes of rubbish during a local clean-up.
The issue runs deeper than simply the use of a Māori word, writes Dr Jessica Lai from Victoria University of Wellington's School of Accounting and Commercial Law.
A Victoria University of Wellington conference explores alternative ways to tackle New Zealand's high incarceration rates.