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The Police Commissioner and the Streisand Effect

The Streisand Effect describes when someone’s attempt to cover up or censor something only leads to it getting more attention – the exact opposite result they intended. 679 more words

Culture

BREAKING NEWS: April Fool's bluff ends in $50k BMW

A double-bluff on April Fool’s Day was no match for a woman who cashed in on a seemingly ridiculous luxury car trade-in promotion.

Tianna Marsh was the first person to try the unusual trade-in offer from the BMW Newmarket dealership today. 323 more words

Groser's bid for WTO role pure vanity - and involving the GCSB pure self-interest

Joint reporting by the NZ Herald and The Intercept has broken the news this morning that the GCSB was involved in spying on other candidates for the WTO director general role, which our esteemed Minister for Trade, Tim Groser, was campaigning hard for. 431 more words

National

Mocked on HPV vaccine, middle class parents seem to have science on their side

“White girls don’t have sex: The middle class lie on HPV that puts teens at risk.” That was the mocking headline in The New Zealand Herald… 579 more words

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Welcome Back!

Welcome back to all the returning students to the Industrial Design and Innovation Department as well as all our new first year students!

Hope you have all settled into your projects and are well under well! 132 more words

Students

Forgotten Millions of Syria: 'I don't want anything other than my sisters' safety'

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Today the Herald and World Vision begin a campaign to help the 12.2 million refugees left homeless in Syria. Rachel Smalley tells some of their stories. 241 more words

Syria

Prepared to do his duty (or maybe not)!

Prepared to do his duty (or maybe not)
A shop assistant from Nailsworth, Gloucestershire who wanted to give up his job to go to Iraq to fight against Isis (Islamic State) has thought better of it. 144 more words

ISIS