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Government Fees Policy Fails Students

Wednesday, 27 October 2004, 12:00 am | Auckland Student Movement

“Labours fee maxima policy yesterday failed students at the Auckland University of Technology by leading to fee hikes for 2005,” said Elliot Roberts, President of the Auckland Student Movement at AUT (AuSM). More >>

Labour not listening democracy is dead

Tuesday, 18 May 2004, 2:41 pm | Auckland Student Movement

Auckland students will put on a united front Wednesday May 19, challenging Prime Minister Helen Clark and her party to deliver the universal student allowance she dismissed in Parliament. More >>

NZ Music Month at AUT

Wednesday, 21 April 2004, 10:25 am | Auckland Student Movement

AuSM (Auckland University Student Movement) the student's association at The Auckland University of Technology presents as part of its commitment to, and support of, New Zealand Music and New Zealand Music Month, five performance by an array of unique ... More >>

Orientation 2004 -the biggest event in AUT history

Thursday, 29 January 2004, 7:52 am | Auckland Student Movement

With a line-up reminiscent of Big Day Out, AuSM -Auckland Student Movement @ AUT presents Orientation 2004. This year's festival boasts a huge line-up of local acts including Goodshirt, Scribe, Salmonella Dub and Goldenhorse but perhaps the biggest ... More >>

AUT Students Disappointed By Fee Increase

Tuesday, 28 October 2003, 11:03 pm | Auckland Student Movement

Students at AUT today joined the unfortunate and growing number of students facing a fee increase next year, after the AUT council voted to raise fees by 4.96 or $171. More >>

Students rally against fee rises

Thursday, 22 May 2003, 10:47 pm | Auckland Student Movement

Steve Maharey faced angry students at the Auckland University of Technology (AUT) today during a forum, held to inform staff about reforms in the tertiary education sector. "Students are furious that this Government is allowing tertiary institutions ... More >>

Salmonella Dub Play Orientation Gig

Tuesday, 11 February 2003, 6:07 am | Auckland Student Movement

Salmonella Dub, one of New Zealand’s best and most popular live acts, are headlining the Big Gig as part of the Orientation being put on by the Students’ Association @ AUT (AuSM). Orientation is a great big knees-up bootyshaking shindig of fun and ... More >>

Orientation brings dub and joy to the dull lives

Tuesday, 11 February 2003, 6:06 am | Auckland Student Movement

AuSM, the Students’ Association @ AUT is proud to announce the line up of music, fun and shenanigans that will be gracing Orientation Week(s) from February 24th to March 7th. More >>

AuSM Holds Pre-Election Protests

Tuesday, 23 July 2002, 9:52 am | Auckland Student Movement

AuSM, the Auckland University of Technology’s Student’s Association, in conjunction with NZUSA and AUSA, is set to launch a week of protest against student debt in the lead up to Saturday’s election. More >>

TEAC Recommends Political Suicide

Wednesday, 7 November 2001, 4:32 pm | Auckland Student Movement

Students have today rejected the Fourth TEAC report as "recommending political suicide", says Auckland University of Technology Student Association President Glen Oliver. More >>

Students Elated Over AUT Fee Decision

Monday, 27 August 2001, 5:54 pm | Auckland Student Movement

The Auckland University of Technology Council has accepted the Government’s latest fee freeze offer. More >>

More Spin Over Substance From Maharey

Friday, 23 March 2001, 10:02 am | Auckland Student Movement

The Auckland University of Technology’s Students Association (AuSM) has reacted angrily today to Steve Maharey’s claims that the Government delivered for students over the 2000/2001 summer. More >>

Flat Fees the Answer to $130,000 Student Debt

Wednesday, 31 May 2000, 2:23 pm | Auckland Student Movement

The AUT Students’ Association President Michael Heard is calling on all tertiary institutions to put an end to differential fee structures in the wake of staggering figures on student debt released earlier today. More >>


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