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Think you have what it takes to start your own business? Jetmag talks to Papier HQ founder Gabby MacDonald about life in the big seat. She fills us in on what it takes to run a business and how her schooling & job experience led her to where she is now.
Adolescence now lasts until the age of 24, scientists have claimed.
I'm not quite sure what he meant by this statement and what I was supposed to take from it. I imagined scenes from cave dwelling times. Did he mean that men were designed purely for hunting and grunting and women merely for mating and lactating?
Are you contemplating putting that awesome business idea into action this year but too scared to take the leap of faith? Getting started is often the hardest part, according to Kiwi small business owners.
Beat the summer learning slump - Get bloggin'
Get in those Zzzz's to optimise your study time, performance come exam time and general life vibes
This year one hundred and eighty WelTec and Whitireia students across the Wellington region were part of the Māori and Pasifika Trades Training (MPTT) scheme.
Would you eat a bullied burger? "Bullying Jr" is Burger King's latest PSA and it's the centrepiece of a campaign to fight bullying.
When 22-year-old Muslim student Azizi Anis Amalina came to New Zealand from Malaysia last year, she found herself in a totally different world.
Hack attack: get your kicks looking good as new


Victoria researcher sheds light on self-injury

Recent Victoria University of Wellington PhD graduate Dr Madeleine Brocklesby is one of the first to acknowledge that nobody’s perfect—and her research shows we should be putting less pressure on young people to strive for unattainable ideals of perfection.