Designing cooler diabetes devices

Designing cooler diabetes devices

Kelly Marie Smith, ECU Journalist

October 9, 2017

A group of New Zealand researchers have teamed up with young type 1 diabetes sufferers, to design discreet medical devices to help them feel more comfortable managing their diabetes. Design PhD student Gillian McCarthy, from Victoria's School of Design, along with Dr Brian Robinson from the Facult...

Kiwis head to Australia in record numbers — but it’s not for work

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Ella Phelan-Burnett, Staff reporter

August 13, 2015

There are more New Zealanders in Australia than ever before, with recent statistics showing a record breaking 1.3 million visits in the past financial year. But with the NZ economy outpacing Australia's — at least until recently — the influx has been driven by leisure not the search for work,...

Australia win the 2015 Cricket World Cup

Australia win the 2015 Cricket World Cup

Laura Grubisa, Staff reporter

March 31, 2015

Australia have won the 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup after comprehensively defeating New Zealand by seven wickets in Sunday's final at the MCG. Michael Clarke led his side to victory shortly after announcing his retirement from one-day international cricket following the final. The day started...

What we do in the Shadows: Being normal is a pain in the neck

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Sam Bold, Production Editor

October 9, 2014

What We Do in the Shadows, unlike many modern vampire movies, has no traces of it sparkling nor does it suck. Rather it leaves you laughing, in a coffin' fit. [youtube] The New Zealand mockumentary was directed and written ...

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