23 September 2019
'Big Mouth' on Campus
Te Waha Nui means "The Big Mouth", but we're not bragging - instead we only hope the talent comes across loud and clear. Te Waha Nui is a regular newspaper featuring stories on a wide range of topics. Published as part of the Editing and Design (semester one) and News Production (semester two) courses, all stories and pages are written, subbed and designed by AUT journalism students.
Course advisers: Allan Lee and Gregory Treadwell
Web administrator: Louise Leitch
- Course information available here
- AUT red faces over $3m Te Waha Nui print order (2006)
- Te Waha Nui wins Ossie for best newspaper (2005)
- Te Waha Nui - the story behind the paper (2004)
- Te Waha Nui - News Production team photo gallery
Robie, David (2006). An Independent Student Press: Three Case Studies from Fiji, Papua New Guinea and Aotearoa/New Zealand (PDF) AsiaPacific MediaEducator, No 17, December.
Copies of the newspaper are also available at Auckland City Libraries, AUT Library, National Library of NZ and many other libraries.
You can contact the student editors and lecturers via email: email@example.com or by snail mail:
Te Waha Nui
School of Communication Studies
Private Bag 92006
Phone: (64-9) 921 9999 ext 7011, 7010
Fax: (64-9) 921 9987
News Production editor and j-students (2006):
Editor Mathew Grocott (right) in a bula shirt posing as David Robie. From left: Vicki Waterhouse, Dianna Vezich and Carmen Gray.