Opinion: Rural Communities Should be at the Heart of the Mental Health Discussion

Posted 2:55pm Monday 15th August 2022

It’s no secret that Aotearoa faces a crippling and harrowing mental health crisis. From a young age, you’re told to ‘harden up’ or ‘suck it up’. Did you get hurt playing rugby? Toughen up and get back out there. Upset about something? Shut up and stop complaining, Read more...

Sex Education: Does single-sex schooling affect us more than we realise?

Posted 7:25pm Friday 5th August 2022

If you didn’t go to a single-sex school, then you probably know someone who did. Single-sex education is a socially accepted norm here compared to other countries, but over the past 30 years there has been plenty of debate about its efficacy. In Aotearoa, the argument is something like Read more...

Aotearoa’s Politicians if They were Your Flatmates

Posted 2:14pm Sunday 31st July 2022

Despite what they do now, many of Aotearoa’s politicians come from humble backgrounds, including being former Otago University students. Much like you and I, they were once flatting in cold houses, cooking shit meals, and bickering over power bills. Here, presented to you, are Aoteaora’s Read more...

Opinion: I’m Glad You Came

Posted 6:24pm Monday 25th July 2022

Picture this: it’s late at night, and you’re tucked up in bed with your special someone. Maybe you’ve met up with your sneaky link to do the dirty deed, or you’ve pulled at a party. Maybe you’re one of those people who’s in a relationship, and have just come back Read more...

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Annabelle Parata Vaughan

Staff Writer