Maja Burry is studying at the New Zealand Broadcasting School. She has a keen interest in journalism and the arts.
Content by Maja
Uniform choice is the aim of this business
Two Canterbury University students have started a company making clothes that are a better fit for their values.
Wellington's signs of dissent
Political protest in the art of the capital's streets.
Lionel Taito-Matamua wants to turn the Pacific's plastic waste into something useful
Shocked by the amount of plastic littering in Samoa, he hatched a plan involving a 3D printer.
Bye bye BYO from Rhythm and Vines campgrounds
No campgrounds at Rhythm and Vines will be allowing BYO at this year's festival.
When can police use their guns?
In the space of 48 hours, two men were shot by NZ police officers. Here's what police say about using firearms.
Step one to overturning a ‘stale, pale and male’ city council
A look at four people under 30 who have put their hands up to change their cities.
Inside broke students' flats
This is what living on $176.86 per week looks like.
Pokémon Go has gone crazy, but not that crazy
No one is suing Pokémon Go because they were hit by a car - yet.
High school students are having less sex
This is the news every parent of a teenager wants to hear.
A hard question for Christchurch school leavers
The question of what to do after high school is an especially tough one for some Christchurch school leavers.