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From Waikato to Newshub - journalist Laura Tupou (5 May 2022)
As a teenager, University of Waikato alumna, Laura Tupou, had a passion for reading and watching the news so it is no suprise that she is now a journalist for Newshub. Her path from Waikato to journalism had a few pivotal turns to put her right where she wants to be.
Do people from distinct cultural groups use similar strategies when faced with moral judgements?
Disapproving of corruption doesn’t prevent corrupt behaviour (5 April 2022)
At a cost of around US$2.6 trillion per year, or 5% of global GDP, corruption has severe negative impacts on societies and is an international problem.
New Zealand’s richest short story competition opens from 1 April (30 March 2022)
Entries have opened for the Sargeson Prize, New Zealand’s richest short-story competition. This year, first prize in the Open Division is $10,000 and chief judge will be Dame Fiona Kidman OBE.
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