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As part of our commitment to nurturing believers, we want to take every opportunity to equip people, through the Word of God, with everything they need to grow in their relationship with God, in the undeniable evidence of His work in their lives, and in their fulfillment of everything He’s calling them to do. These are the teachings from Living Light Christian Church in Wellington, England.
 
Dans cette série, l'animateur et réalisateur Julien Morissette aborde des sujets touchés par la dualité de la région de la capitale nationale, à l'image du boulevard Labrosse, à Gatineau, et de la rue Wellington, à Ottawa. Ces deux artères ne se croisent pas, mais elles représentent la diversité des deux côtés de la frontière québéco-ontarienne. Une production d'ICI Radio-Canada Ottawa-Gatineau
 
Each week Smithy, Hard News, 2ndBest, and El Grapadura cover all things New Zealand Football, including the Wellington Phoenix in the A-League, Kiwis flying the flag overseas, our national teams, the ASB Premiership and local Wellington football. We've got your football fix. Be sure to visit us at www.yellowfever.co.nz
 
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COVID impacted many organisations including Te Herenga Waka—Victoria University of Wellington where in-person classes had to be replaced with online. Wanaka-born professional skier Finn Bilous was one of these students, trapped overseas competing he was able to continue his graphic design courses online. His professor, Zach Dodson, had worked to fi…
 
Sustainable tourism, which takes full account of its current and future economic, social, and environmental impacts, is an increasingly important focus for the tourism industry, particularly in New Zealand where tourism is one of our major exports. So, as we move to a more sustainable future—what will tourism look like and what will the impact on N…
 
On the 17th of March we held a webinar discussing climate change for University alumni with a focus on the US and New Zealand. This was hosted by Dr Fraka Harmsen who is the University’s Director of Engagement in the US. Panelists Professor Tim Naish, Associate Professor Rebecca Priestley and Professor James Renwick discuss melting ice, rising seas…
 
On Thursday 25 of February an online alumni panel discussion took place focusing on London-based entrepreneurs and the impact of the pandemic on entrepreneurship. The University’s Alumni Regional Ambassador for London, James Clark, (https://www.linkedin.com/in/jrjclark/) hosted the discussion with a panel of four University alumni. Panel:• Todd Nic…
 
On 21 October Pro Vice-Chancellor and Dean of Wellington School of Business and Government, Professor Ian O. Williamson, hosted a panel event on the The pandemic trade challenge: NZ/US trade relations and COVID-19 .He was joined by New Zealand’s Ambassador to the United States, Her Excellency Rosemary Banks, NZ Trade Commissioner and Consul-General…
 
In advance of being awarded an Honorary Doctorate in Literature by the University at the December 2020 graduation - Professor Jennifer Windsor, sat down with Elizabeth Knox. They discussed Elizabeth's life and work including her latest novel, The Absolute Book. This was recorded on 3 November at an alumni event in Wellington. The Absolute Book and …
 
Content Warning: This podcast includes strong language This was recorded at a live alumni event at The Court Theatre in Christchurch on Wednesday the 21st of October. Professor of Theatre David O'Donnell spoke with three of the University’s theatre alumni about their roles, the impact of Covid-19 and their career highlights. Hosted by: Professor Da…
 
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