Living cities combat climate change

Architecture and built environment
29 Jun, 2022
Planted walls and rooftops, wetlands, tree-lined roadsides and urban ngahere help mitigate climate change. We need more of them in our cities now.
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Diversity and Inclusion in NZ Film

Communication studies
29 Jun, 2022
The NZ Film Commission's Diversity and Inclusion Strategy policy will significantly impact the stories filmmakers tell, says Assoc Prof. Arezo Zalipour.
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Five Questions: Antonio Díaz Andrade

28 Jun, 2022
We asked Professor Antonio Díaz Andrade five questions ahead of his Inaugural Professorial Address.
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Engineering alumna honoured by ENZ

16 Jun, 2022
Engineering NZ’s Auckland branch has awarded AUT Construction Engineering alumna its GT Murray Award for best student presentation.

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09 Jun, 2022
Nick Jones’ fascination with storytelling started in his childhood. Now he’s joined Swedish games creator Sharkmob in London. AUT’s Insight meets him.

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09 Jun, 2022
AUT law alumnus Sam Ennor is deeply fascinated by the legal ramifications of the rapidly approaching AI revolution. AUT’s Insight magazine meets him.
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Build back better: A catalyst for change

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COVID-19 devastated international tourism in 2020, and the pandemic’s impacts are still being acutely felt in 2022.

$400-a-week retirement shortfall

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Is our KiwiSaver balance building up fast enough to provide for our retirement? For the average New Zealander, the short answer is no.
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Why Kate Bush's music spans generations

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Many people are newly entranced by the music of Kate Bush after Running Up That Hill was the soundtrack to a poignant scene in Netflix's Stranger Things.
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