There is considerable demand for cancer information resources in New Zealand, with a third of women and a quarter of men deliberately searching for these over the past year, according to a new Otago study. [ Bit.ly Link ]
A geo dome with a floating walkway, a yoga studio, a climbing wall, a roof garden... Two entrepreneurs got lots of ideas from the Ara Architectural Studies students for their newly bought Grainstore building in Timaru.
Shand's Emporium, built by John Shand in 1851, is the oldest wooden building and the last of its kind in the Christchurch CBD. Used to be on Hereford Street but moved to this location on Manchester Street to be next to the Trinity Church which is also being restored.
As the conflict drags on, children in Syria continue to pay the highest price. "This is a country of 22 million people, half of whom are children. There is a growing resignation in 2016 that home no longer exists for them." We need to reach vulnerable children in Syria this winter ➜ bit.ly/syria-winter
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“You are neither sick nor crazy. You are going through a crisis, and you are reacting in a normal way to an abnormal situation.”
If you know someone who is struggling with or been impacted by the 14 November quakes and aftershocks, it's really important to remember this (and maybe remind them their reaction is perfectly fine).
For those of you who have been affected, and are handy to... View details ⇨
Congratulations to Professor Harald van Heerde, who has been ranked in the top 10 in the world for marketing research by the American Marketing Association. Not only is he a world-class researcher, but he's also known for giving up his time to mentor students and colleagues.
Staff came from behind to equalise in the last minute – taking the score to 2-2 – in the inaugural staff versus students blind football match played on the Dunedin campus yesterday to celebrate the United Nations International Day of Persons with Disabilities (IDPD). [ Bit.ly Link ]