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At this time of year, as we move from the celebrations at Ratana pā to the commemorations of the Treaty signing at Waitangi, the Crown-Māori relationship is inevitably in the spotlight. But there are signs that this year may mark a shift in how
The hardest task the child poverty bill faces will potentially be retaining cross-party support in the long term, writes Professor Jonathan Boston.
Victoria's newly launched Miramar Creative Centre recently welcomed its inaugural director, Dr Paul Wolffram.
Finn Shepherd was waiting to find out if he had been accepted onto the International Institute of Modern Letters' (IIML) Master's in Scriptwriting when he applied to be the inaugural summer scholar for the MFA (Creative Practice) theatre showcase
How do we create and interpret certain words? One of the world's leading authorities on compound words, Emeritus Professor Laurie Bauer from Victoria's School of Linguistics and Applied Language, puts the pieces of the puzzle together.
MPs can't govern effectively if they can decide to jump ship whenever they wish, argues Victoria Professor of Comparative Politics Jack Vowles.
New Zealand may have to compromise on its ideals to help prevent war on the Korean peninsula, writes Victoria's Professor of Strategic Studies, Robert Ayson.
Dr Bevan Marten from Victoria's School of Law is offering to fight a baby name ban for free if parents want to challenge the Registrar-General of Births, Deaths and Marriages.
With space a growing industry, including in New Zealand, treaties governing activity have never been more important, says Emeritus Professor Sir Ken Keith from Victoria's School of Law.