Trinity Opportunities

University of Canterbury student Bree Loverich is one of 42 from Christchurch studying free at Oxford University for its eight-week Trinity term, after the British university offered places to those affected by February’s earthquake. Loverich, who is doing a PhD in secondary education policies, described the offer as the “opportunity of a lifetime.” She said: “It was basically a dream come true to have an all-expenses-paid exchange to one of the best universities in the world.” Loverich, an American citizen, said she is keen to return to the University of Canterbury to complete her degree. It has constructed a “tent city”, a series of temporary buildings and offices for the students and staff.


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Naming NZ Aotearoa Meaningful Step for Travellers

Naming NZ Aotearoa Meaningful Step for Travellers

The Māori Party has launched a petition to revert to the country’s original name of Aotearoa. In an opinion piece for Condé Nast Traveler, Māori authors Stacey and Scotty Morrison say…