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Māori astronomer receives Prime Minister's award

University of Waikato Professor Rangi Matamua (Tūhoe), has been awarded the Prime Minister’s Science Communications Prize from the Royal Society…

The future of learning lies in a blended approach

With the approach of B Trimester, the University of Waikato is taking the opportunity to apply the advantages of the…

New era for Waikato Management School with appointment of Matt Bolger

The University of Waikato Management School is heading into a new era with the appointment of business executive Matt Bolger…

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Historic step made towards counting all rainbow communities

The University of Waikato Transgender Health Research Lab strongly welcomes the announcement that the 2023…

30 June 2020

Rare giant squid caught in the Bay of Plenty will assist MPI research

A giant squid caught off Whakaari/White Island, will be used by University of Waikato marine…

23 June 2020

University of Waikato Tauranga Campus wins top Australasian award

The University of Waikato Tauranga Campus scooped a top award for its innovative learning environment…

17 June 2020

University of Waikato offers fast-track to engineering

Engineering hopefuls, and those looking for a career change, may get an early foot in…

11 June 2020

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Opinion

Unless we improve the law, history shows rushing shovel-ready projects comes with real risk

If the road to hell is paved with good intentions, so too is the road to economic recovery if we…

The law is clear - border testing is enforceable. So why did New Zealand's quarantine system break down?

The anger and frustration at New Zealand’s border quarantine failure have been palpable.

The state removal of Māori children from their families is a wound that won't heal - but there is a way forward

Too many New Zealand children are born into a state of crisis, as two recent and damning reports have shown.