Inch’ Allah

Published on October 7th, 2013 | by Darlene Gartside

On the 19th of September, I was privileged enough to go to my first media screening of the film Inch’ Allah. Sitting in the Rialto cinema, it felt indescribable watching this film. Inch’ Allah is set ... Read More




Published on October 7th, 2013 | by Gal Stern

Written by Gal Stern What does a true horror film entail? Is it the amount of blood splattered on the screen, or maybe the amount of times you jump in your seat? The word “horror” is ... Read More



10 Superstitions From Around the Globe

Published on October 7th, 2013 | by Student Media at Unitec

Yes you heard right… It is believed in many cultures that if a bird poops on you then it is considered GOOD LUCK…and in Russia there is a belief that the more birds that shit on ... Read More

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Minimum wage in NZ

Published on October 1st, 2013 | by Student Media at Unitec

Question: If the minimum wage is lifted from $13.50 to $18.40 as proposed by the Labour Party, many people could potentially lose their jobs…Is it worth it? I say don’t change! Why? Because small businesses could ... Read More



Maybe think twice about the Minimum Wage

Published on September 30th, 2013 | by Student Media at Unitec

Written by Elyssa-Jane Taulapiu Hi my name is Elyssa-Jane and I’m a 3rd year communication student who is on the verge of achieving a Bachelor of Communication, with a major in Public Relations. As part of ... Read More

Student Profiles


Electric Lady

Published on September 26th, 2013 | by Jayne King

Ula Buliruarua is a 20 year old Fijian dancer at Unitec.  She is in her 3rd year of completing a Bachelor of Performing Screen Arts – majoring in Contemporary Dance. Jayne King caught up with Ula ... Read More

Student Profiles


Nate Savill At The Forge

Published on September 25th, 2013 | by Student Media at Unitec

Meet our resident Blacksmith: Nate Savill Nate Savill is a third year Bachelor of Contemporary Craft student at Unitec and is our resident Blacksmith. Jayne King caught up with the man behind the mask to throw ... Read More



Auckland Flight Paths Annoys Many

Published on September 25th, 2013 | by Darlene Gartside

Written by Darlene Gartside Unhappy with Auckland Airports recent changes to the Auckland flight paths, Unitec Communication student – Darlene Gartside shares her opinion on the topical issue.  To all the concerned ears of the greater ... Read More



Find Your Flow

Published on September 24th, 2013 | by Student Media at Unitec

Sometimes everyone needs a bit of  inspiration. There are so many wonderful places in Auckland to relax, enjoy and revitalise. Check out four of our favourite spots: Hard To Find Second Hand Book Shop 171-173 The Mall, ... Read More

Student Profiles


Sk8 2 Cr8

Published on September 24th, 2013 | by Student Media at Unitec

Words by Fine Tuhipa Skating is another creative outlet for Tiomai Walker. Fine Tuhipa met up with the skateboarder to find out his thoughts on education and more. Name Tiomai Mark Kapoki Walker Studying:  Certificate Visual ... Read More

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