Auckland could risk losing more of its young professionals overseas if the council’s proposed Unitary Plan isn't handled properly, students warn.
More than 4500 past and present University of Auckland students could be affected by the hacking of a university server.
The privacy of some students may have been breached when unauthorised parties accessed a university server.
A University of Auckland computer operator and her husband have been killed in Canada and their son charged with the murders.
The annual Auckland University Engineering Revue won’t be seen in 2013.
Researchers at Auckland University are attempting to grow artificial skin.
A small team of 'healthbots' is being sent to Gore to help older people in their homes and assist with pre-appointment checks.
Hello Kitty and other Japanese characters are the theme of an exhibition opening at an Auckland gallery today.
The University of Auckland medical school still can't rule out a man posing as a student didn't have direct contact with patients.
University students and staff are blaming fee increases on a lack of Govt funding.
The University of Auckland is investigating how a fake medical student managed to avoid detection since last year.
The University of Auckland has raised more than $200 million in an ambitious philanthropic campaign.
Auckland University is the only New Zealand tertiary institution ranked in a top-200 global report out of London.
The University of Auckland is purchasing the former Lion Breweries site in Newmarket for a little more than $60 million.
The University of Auckland has conditionally agreed to purchase the former Lion Breweries site in the central city as it prepares to expand to meet a growing student roll.
A survey asking New Zealanders about their experiences with antidepressants has been launched by researchers at Auckland University.
The University of Auckland is investing $200 million into a new science teaching and research facility.
AUSA says Auckland University's new hall of residence addresses a real need, but is expensive.
The reason we have rotten summer is largely due to the La Niña conditions, where we experience the blustery damp weather compared to that of El Niño’s long hot and dry spells.
Plans by University of Auckland staff to boycott last Saturday’s Courses and Careers Day were abandoned at the last minute on Friday.
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