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Student Media Gears Up for Election

Aotearoa Student Press Association

Student Media Gears Up for Election

National news coverage in student media has been strengthened by a new news sharing agreement. The revamped Aotearoa Student Press Association (ASPA) Newswire will utilise new technology and methods to deliver news to the 13 ASPA publications across the country, with a combined reach of over 100,000 students and youth.

ASPA also has a permanent correspondent in the Press Gallery, giving student media an unprecedented level of access for this election.

To get in touch with an ASPA newswire outlet, contact a student magazine near you, or call Salient News Editor Keith Ng at 021 115 9677.


Caclin (Lincoln) : Helen Jansen, (03) 325 3838 x8703
Canta (Canterbury) : Gareth Talbot, (03) 364 2652 x3920
Chaff (Massey PN) : Anne-Marie Emerson, (06) 350 4500 x7134
Craccum (Auckland) : Alec Hutchinson, (09) 309 0789 x282
Stian Overdahl, (09) 309 0789 x224
Crew (UCol) : Karoline Tuckey, k.tuckey@ucol.ac.nz
Critic (Otago) : Holly Walker, (03) 479 5335
Debate (AUT) : Rebecca Williams, (09) 917 9999 x8774
gYRo (Otago Polytechnic) : Carmen Wilson, (03) 477 6974
InUnison (UniTec) : Megan McKechnie, (09) 815 4321 x7927
Magneto (Massey Wgtn) : Hannah Ngaei, (04) 801 5799 x6592
Nexus (Waikato) : Dawn Tuffery, (07) 838 4653
Salient (Victoria) : Emily Braunstein, (04) 463 6767
Satellite (Massey Albany) : Chris Leggett, (09) 443 9740

The Aotearoa Student Press Association - we're surprisingly sober!

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