Auckland uni students have spoken out against on-campus exams this year as their overseas counterparts will be able to check notes while they will not be able to.
Those international and domestic students remaining in New Zealand will be completing their exams under supervised conditions. A university email obtained by Stuff showed that overseas students will also be given a 30 minute grace period, in case of any technical faults, with this time able to be used towards the final exam.
Do you think this is fair?
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Assisted living makes life easier, with housekeeping taken care of and a chef-prepared meal every day. It’s great for you, and reassuring for your family, because they know you’re being looked after. Best of all, it frees up more time to do the things you love!
Apartments are in the heart of the village, with easy access to everything the village has to offer.
The feeling of togetherness is the icing on the cake for residents, this is enhanced by a variety of outings, regular transport options and opportunities to join in with activities when you feel like it.
An oxymoron has the effect of creating an impression, enhancing a concept, and even entertaining the reader. Can you think of another example of an oxymoron?
I had started my first compost last year, but had a feeling it was getting smaller lately. Today there could be no doubt: the heap was really disturbed, and a deep tunnel was visible (see picture). So I guess rats had tunnelled in from underneath. I googled how to make my compost rodent proof, but of course the wire mesh I would need is not an essential item that Mitre 10 or Bunnings could sell. But maybe anyone has some leftover galvanised wire mesh (holes no bigger than about 1.25 cm, as mice and baby rats can squeeze through anything bigger) from their own rodent proofing, approximately 1.25 m x 1.25 m square?