19 November 2019
Organ bill tipped to fail
Edition No 20, 28 September 2007
Online editor: Anna Harrison
AUT rookies stun industry top dogs
AUT fashion and design students launched their work at Air New Zealand Fashion Week, to international acclaim.
Candidate plans to exterminate rates
Mayoral candidate Dalek Snowdon plans to transform Auckland by developing stadiums to allow for mass extermination of ratepayers.
Limited fish for your chips
Hoki has been given the tick of sustainability even though there has been a drastic decline in the past ten years.
APEC protest first-hand
A kiwi protestor joined demonstrations outside the Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation conference in Sydney despite a threat of arrest.
AUT pushes for diverse journalism
AUT is developing new initiatives to recruit more ethnically diverse journalism students in an effort to better reflect the population of New Zealand.
Also in this issue:
|Gallery gets go-ahead for makeover||The world’s fastest bed - almost||AUT student makes a splash|
- Organ bill tipped to fail
- Iconic K’ Rd café closing
- Eco-friendly and thirst quenching
- Generation gap plagues councils
- Precious technology emerges
- Hidden pressures of gambling
- The affable Suzanne McFadden
- NCEA: A qualification for all classes
- Kidney-donor Christians make ‘ultimate gift’
- Mugabe’s madness
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