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A study of 1,600 students highlights shortcomings in learning, write researchers in Victoria's School of Education.
One size fits all for immunities will not do, write Professor Graeme Austin from Victoria's Faculty of Law and Senior Lecturer in Law Dr Emily Hudson from King's College London.
Reorientating social investment would improve New Zealand's welfare system, writes Dr Simon Chapple, Director of Victoria's Institute for Governance and Policy Studies.
All of us need good hospitals near us so that when accidents happen or we get sick, we can access both acute and planned healthcare provided by well-trained doctors and nurses working in modern facilities.
If any country can do it, it is surely us, write Professor James Renwick and Dr Rhian Salmon from Victoria's Faculty of Science.
Visiting Griffith University Professor of Law Mary Keyes considers how our courts might follow an Australian lead to protect us against foreign companies.
Dr Amanda Thomas from Victoria's School of Geography, Environment and Earth Sciences argues the new government has an opportunity to properly confront climate change by repealing undemocratic laws and honouring good Treaty
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
MPs can't govern effectively if they can decide to jump ship whenever they wish, argues Victoria Professor of Comparative Politics Jack Vowles.