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Reflections From the 2009 Parihaka Peace Festival

Friday, 16 January 2009, 3:56 pm | Jamie Melbourne-Hayward

The setting sun falls like a drop of melting gold out of a long white cloud settled above the skyline. Grass shimmers and flags rustle furiously atop of rolling hills; framing the setting of night. The roots-rock-reggae band Kora stands motionless mid ... More >>

Logitech Launches Series Of High-Tech Gadgets

Friday, 31 October 2008, 2:23 pm | Jamie Melbourne-Hayward

Jamie Melbourne-Hayward checked out Logitech's new gadget launch and found technology normally reserved for stage musicians is now being released to Joe-Blow. Logitech's new earphones promise not to leave your ears ringing. More >>

The Irony & Agony Of An All Party Education Debate

Thursday, 30 October 2008, 1:07 pm | Jamie Melbourne-Hayward

Jamie Melbourne-Hayward writes that An education forum in Auckland this Tuesday allowed a Labour stand-in education spokesperson to perform a faux pas at election time: speaking ones mind. Here's the irony and the agony, uncut... More >>

NBR v Robert Fisk – Will The Real Leak Stand Up?

Thursday, 11 September 2008, 2:43 pm | Jamie Melbourne-Hayward

After Robert Fisk spoke at AUT this Tuesday, he did not go to a Glen Innes Marae to meet Tuhoe “terror-raid” defendants, or afford Tama Iti the greatest honour of his life. So what was behind the NBR's claims? Jamie Melbourne-Hayward investigates. More >>

New E-Therapy Developments Highlight Youth Week

Wednesday, 28 May 2008, 5:04 pm | Jamie Melbourne-Hayward

AUT Journalism Student, Jamie Melbourne-Hayward, reports that depression often makes headlines, but this week is Youth Week; a week in which New Zealanders are asked to confront the causes of depression and explore innovate ways of connecting with ... More >>

Review: Human Rights Film - War & Waves

Tuesday, 20 May 2008, 5:55 pm | Jamie Melbourne-Hayward

Film Review: AUT University journalism student, Jamie Melbourne-Hayward writes that War & Waves, a story of Sri Lankan hardship, will evoke the consciences of Aucklanders when it screens on the final night of the Human Rights Film Festival this Friday ... More >>

Unite–NDU–SFWU Merge To Form 50,000-Strong Union

Thursday, 10 April 2008, 5:14 pm | Jamie Melbourne-Hayward

NZ's most active unions have announced they are intending to merge into a 50,000 strong union. AUT's Jamie Melbourne-Hayward speaks explores what the merger means for workers, businesses, and the Government. More >>

Scoop Images: Sydney Mardi Gras

Tuesday, 6 March 2007, 12:47 am | Jamie Melbourne-Hayward

Jamie Melbourne-Hayward sent these images from the Sydney Mardi Gras. Jamie was marching behind a the parade float of an HIV/Aids NGO, ACON. The NGO also supports Aboriginal and Torres Straight Island issues. More >>

 

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