Merja Myllylahti

The changing shape of news income

Communication studies
21 Sep, 2021
AUT Senior lecturer Merja Myllylahti investigates the first decade of digital revenue payments in a new paper for Digital Journalism.
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Locations of interest on campus

16 Sep, 2021
There have been no new locations of interest on campus since Friday 27 August.
Te Wiki o te Reo Māori

Te Wiki o te Reo Māori 2021

Te Ara Poutama: Māori and indigenous development
14 Sep, 2021
Find out how AUT is celebrating Te Wiki o te Reo Māori (Māori Language Week).
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Around AUT

Hēmi Kelly, Hana Mereraiha and Lorde in the studio

Translating Lorde, codename Henry

17 Sep, 2021
Hēmi Kelly is excited about the positive impact that popstar Lorde’s te reo Māori version of Solar Power will have on revitalisation of the language.
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Government reports on NZ’s happiness

13 Sep, 2021
Thanks to AUT research, Statistics NZ now recognises that “happiness” is a key indicator of how COVID-19 is impacting our country.
X Challenge finalists 2021

Meet the 2021 X Challenge Finalists

10 Sep, 2021
Read about the eight finalists who will be battling to win $20,000 of cash and prizes in AUT's entrepreneurship competition.
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Opinions

invisible NZ caregivers

Community carers feel “invisible”

17 Sep, 2021
Front-line essential workers are rightly recognised for their service - but many community workers, who care for our most vulnerable, feel ignored.
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US case shows key role of native rights

13 Sep, 2021
The recent White Earth wild rice case reflects growing awareness that indigenous knowledge and systems are vital in the work to offset climate challenges.
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Could NZ have prevented terror attack?

08 Sep, 2021
Criminal law, mental health law and immigration law can all be used to detain people considered dangerous, writes Professor Kris Gledhill.
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