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OPINION AND FEATURES

A list of all feature articles in chronological order.

Opinion: Trump's strategy of distract and deluge

Professor Ted Zorn analyses the way US President Donald Trump controls the news cycle with a constant stream of outrageous behaviour.

Will e-scooters be king in our cities of the future?

New technology is dramatically changing commuting habits - but what does it mean for public transport, asks Dr Michael Naylor.

Opinion: World War I memories made of this

As the centenary of the First World War draws to an end it is appropriate to reflect on the legacy of the conflict, and the places that are key to the New Zealand experience of the war, such as Ypres and Le Quesnoy.

Opinion: A caravan of desperation and hope

Political corruption and repression, gangs, drug cartels, land pressures and climate change make life very difficult for most Hondurans, says Dr Sharon McLennan, who offers insights on the living conditions of those on the caravan heading to the US.

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Opinion: Trump's strategy of distract and delugeThursday 15 November 2018 Professor Ted Zorn analyses the way US President Donald Trump controls the news cycle with a constant stream of outrageous behaviour. Will e-scooters be king in our cities of the future?Wednesday 14 November 2018 New technology is dramatically changing commuting habits - but what does it mean for public transport, asks Dr Michael Naylor. Opinion: World War I memories made of thisFriday 9 November 2018 As the centenary of the First World War draws to an end it is appropriate to reflect on the legacy of the conflict, and the places that are key to the New Zealand experience of the war, such as Ypres... Opinion: A mid-term election for the agesTuesday 6 November 2018 Mid-term elections underway in the US are important not just for Americans - the consequences of Tuesday's events will be felt for years to come. By all of us. Here's why, writes Professor Richard... Opinion: A caravan of desperation and hope Tuesday 6 November 2018 Political corruption and repression, gangs, drug cartels, land pressures and climate change make life very difficult for most Hondurans, says Dr Sharon McLennan, who offers insights on the living... Armistice Day - Q&A with Glyn HarperTuesday 6 November 2018 The First World War (1914-1918) was the worst disaster ever for New Zealand in terms of lives lost per capita, and for its legacy of suffering. Plants, the New Zealand wars and international dancingWednesday 31 October 2018 Sarah de Bruin is your typical kid from Dargaville. She grew up on a kumara farm, represented New Zealand in highland dancing, and is now double majoring in plant science and history. Proposed KiwiSaver changes good, but don’t go far enoughWednesday 24 October 2018 KiwiSaver expert Dr Claire Matthews says proposed changes to the scheme being considered by government are a step in the right direction, but could go further. Too many caught out by insurance disclosure rulesTuesday 23 October 2018 The law allows insurers to ask very few questions at policy creation. But is this fair if consumers are caught out for failing to disclose important information? Chocolate milk, pie-filler and taking time-outTuesday 16 October 2018 While most students are neck-deep in essays, Bachelor of Food Technology student Wade Harrison is currently going through the process of making flavoured-milk. A passion for wasteTuesday 9 October 2018 Bachelor of Engineering (honours) student Alison Churchouse has a passion for waste, while some might find that odd, she knows it is a growing problem that is often overlooked. Opinion: Cameroon election - voting amid risk of civil warTuesday 9 October 2018 Recent presidential elections in Cameroon took place in the shadow of numerous security crises, of extremism and terrorism, a growing separatist movement, a stressed economy and rising frustration... Sport education researcher honoured in special journal Tuesday 9 October 2018 Dr Dennis Slade has been given the extremely rare and prestigious endorsement of his research in physical education and sport, through a special supplement publication. Pūhoro challenges students with Trans-Tasman STEM programmeMonday 1 October 2018 The Pūhoro team, in collaboration with the University of Newcastle, ran the Science and Engineering Challenge event for Year 10's in Manawatū and South Auckland recently. Early settler’s photos reveal a changing landscapeWednesday 26 September 2018 Environmental historian Dr Catherine Knight's new book celebrates the life and work of a 19th century farmer and beekeeper whose photographs captured colonial life in a remote Manawatū valley... 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

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