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Hard work and dedication a winning combo for alumnus and Olympian

Fresh from winning an Olympic Gold medal, Shaun Kirkham is using his experience as a…

15 October 2021

Nationwide survey launched to understand what the 20-minute city idea will look like in New Zealand

University of Waikato researchers have launched a nationwide survey asking New Zealanders how far they’re…

15 October 2021

Internationally renowned soprano named Chair in Opera at the University of Waikato

Opera singer Madeleine Pierard has been named the inaugural Dame Malvina Major Chair in Opera…

15 October 2021

Competition ignites plans to help Kiwi company achieve global market domination

For the first time in its remarkable 25-year history, the 49th Waikato Management School Case…

15 October 2021

European Space Agency satellites used to diagnose health of Bay of Plenty lakes

Satellite images from the European Space Agency are being used to diagnose the health of…

14 October 2021

Have a Super Saturday at the University of Waikato

The University of Waikato is proud to be part of Super Saturday’s effort to increase…

14 October 2021

Sargeson Prize 2021 winners focus on relationships and families

A story about the harm patriarchal communities can do is the overall winner of this…

13 October 2021

New project ensures the benefits of Indigenous data are shared with Indigenous people

An international project between Waikato and New York-based researchers has received a $750,000 boost to…

11 October 2021

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Opinion

Australia’s multilingual identity is an asset for selling our English-language teaching to the world

It is rarely appreciated that Australia makes money not just from what it digs out of the earth but also…

Taiwan is becoming a flashpoint for China and the West – how does New Zealand respond?

The political temperature is rising in the South China Sea, and its effects will be felt in the South Pacific…

Putting Aotearoa on the map: New Zealand has changed its name before, why not again?

Our names are a critical part of our identity. They are a personal and social anchor tying us to our…