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Research published today in the New Zealand Medical Journal suggests that children can benefit more from active play compared to structured exercise.
A gambling bill set to give councils and local communities the power to determine pokie machine numbers has been strongly endorsed by director of AUT University’s Gambling and Addictions Research Centre, Professor Max Abbott.
The government’s proposed amendment to the 2009 Immigration Act to deter asylum seekers is an over-reaction that is probably in breach of international humanitarian laws and conventions says Professor Max Abbott, director of AUT University's Centre for Migrant and Refugee Research.
Researchers at AUT University are investigating the use of supplements made from New Zealand pine tree bark extract to treat traumatic brain injury (TBI).
With just five days to go until the General Election, New Zealanders are being urged to carefully consider the taxation policies of each party.
NORTHLAND — Do you live with arthritis? Arthritis New Zealand, in association with AUT University, host a free seminar next Wednesday on managing your medication and arthritis.
Dementia rates in New Zealand are set to double within the next 30 years placing increased demands on families and an already over-burdened health system.
The disadvantage of women in the work place has long been of interest to researchers.
New research shows that use of poor footwear is common among patients with gout.
What started out as an inspirational idea at a student party, this week became the winning entry of the 2011 AUT Venture Fund.
AUCKLAND CITY — Three young entrepreneurs will be rolling out their most polished sales pitch next week, as they enter the finals of the 2011 AUT Venture Fund.
Leading expert and former IRD advisor professor Chris Ohms from AUT University Law School says that the decision by the Supreme Court yesterday regarding the Penny and Hooper case does not create uncertainty, contrary to the views expressed today in the media.
Do you live with arthritis? Arthritis New Zealand, in association with AUT University, hosts a free seminar next Wednesday on making living with arthritis easier.
AUCKLAND CITY — The AUT University Business School has been recognised among the top five percent of business schools in the world.
AUCKLAND — AUT University's communications school has a new acting curriculum leader for journalism, Greg Treadwell.
The average New Zealander will not be affected if Labour proceed with the proposed capital gains tax, say AUT University Law academics.
New Zealand and Australia’s bid to host the international SKA radio telescope has taken a leap forward, following the commissioning of a working optical fibre link between AUT University’s radio telescope and radio telescopes across Australia including CSIRO’s Australian SKA Pathfinder (ASKAP) telescope in Western Australia.
AUCKLAND CITY — An estimated 100 people sleep rough in Auckland’s CBD every night.
AUCKLAND CITY — Renewed global warnings over food safety have been issued after the outbreak of E.
AUCKLAND — Prisons around the country go 100% smokefree on 1 July, but Kirstin Harrison, nurse team leader at the Auckland Region Women’s Corrections Facility, expects it will be business as usual.
Professor of Nutrition at AUT University, Elaine Rush, is available to comment on the soaring international diabetes numbers.
AUCKLAND CITY — Anyone interested in arthritis will benefit from hearing experts speak on the subject as part of an Arthritis Lecture Series which kicks off at AUT this Wednesday.
AUCKLAND CITY — Natural disasters leave devastating scars on the landscape, but the injuries people sustain are not always as visible.
AUCKLAND CITY — AUT University announced today that its three teaching campuses in Auckland will become smoke-free.
AUCKLAND CITY — AUT University has opened a special connection across the South Pacific, signing an agreement to collaborate with the University of Hawai’i (UHM), at Mānoa, in Hawai’i.
AUCKLAND CITY — Small local businesses now have the opportunity to take on international clients, without even leaving the office, thanks to recent improvements in global virtual communications pioneered by AUT University.
AUCKLAND CITY — This week AUT University academics launched the International Centre for Language Revitalisation at the United Nations, in New York City - a centre which could breathe life into many of the world’s endangered languages.
This week’s International Nurses Day is an opportunity to promote a smoke free environment for unborn babies says senior lecturer in Nursing at AUT University, Grace Wong.
AUT University's 2010 Annual Report is now available online and records a successful year of achievements to mark the University's first decade.
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