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Taking on the world in cyber security

A group of computer science students have won a spot to compete in a global…

23 May 2022

Blue/Green Tech Lab opens in Tauranga

Tech week – New Zealand’s festival of technology and innovation – kicked off in Tauranga…

16 May 2022

University and iwi collaborate on waiata app

A collaboration between researchers from the University of Waikato’s School of Computing and Mathematical Sciences…

16 May 2022

Where’s your Mauri Tau?

A lack of resources and a longing for whānau connection were the impetus behind a…

13 May 2022

Scholarship gives University of Waikato nursing student a step up

Second-year nursing student Abigail Arguelles is the inaugural winner of the Braemar Charitable Trust Scholarship…

6 May 2022

Waikato’s Health degree the right path for scholarship recipient

Maia Gardiner’s (Ngāti Tūwharetoa, Ngai Te Rangi, Ngāti Kahungunu ki Te Wairoa) goal has always…

6 May 2022

Scholarship recipient researches affordable energy for impoverished communities

Unleashing the power of waves and wind to provide affordable electricity to New Zealand’s most…

4 May 2022

Father of demography, Ian Pool, passes away

The University’s flag is flying at half-mast to acknowledge the passing of Emeritus Professor Ian…

3 May 2022

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Opinion

Russia's blockade could cause mass famine beyond Ukraine – but it’s a crime without a name

Trying to gauge the worst aspect of the Russian invasion of Ukraine is difficult. For some, it will be the…

A budget for the ‘squeezed middle’ – but will it be the political circuit-breaker Labour wants?

One way to make sense of Finance Minister Grant Robertson’s fifth budget speech was to see it as a political…

Bringing the tūī back to town – how native birds are returning to NZ’s restored urban forests

Urbanisation, and the destruction of habitat it entails, is a major threat to native bird populations. But as our new…