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Pacific Climate Change Conference Identifies Contradictions & Capacity

The likelihood of conferences on climate change to be impacted by severe weather events is on the rise. In February 2018, many participants of the Pacific Climate Change Conference were delayed or prevented from arriving in New Zealand’s capital city, Wellington. 834 more words

Pacific Islands

When Will it Change?

Listening today to reports of allegations that five female university students were sexually harassed while  completing a summer internship at one of the country’s largest law firms, I am left with an unrelenting pit of despair in my stomach. 1,328 more words

Men, suicide and silence

The death rate from suicide is significantly higher than for road accidents, with over 600 people per year ending their own lives in the latest statistics. 470 more words


RESTAURANT REVIEW: Victoria Cafe, Kampala Road

Ian Paul Byamugisha

When you have the sort of friends I have, life has very little serious moments. Which is a good thing, sometimes! We choose to always look at what’s funny in the situation, and, that’s how come all moments spent with them a memorable. 895 more words

Ian Paul Byamugisha

Vic Books, Wellington

“I drink, therefore I am,” I think (with apologies to Descartes) as I sup tea on Victoria University’s Pipitea campus.It’s difficult not to feel philosophical with Colin McCahon’s 10.5 metre… 344 more words

Brutal but Beautiful

The Kaori Teacher’s College campus is a complex designed by the celebrated Wellington architect, William Toomath, between 1963 and 1977, and is considered to be the best ensemble of Brutalist architecture in New Zealand. 880 more words

Heritage News

OW swimmers & triathletes need to train in the pool - with a squad & coach

If you are planning on a great summer of swimming in open water events, triathlons or just enjoy getting out in the sea, you need to be at the pool each week. 182 more words