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Waikato to host Sustainability Summit in 2023

The University of Waikato has taken up the mantle of hosting the 4th Aotearoa New…

20 September 2021

Last to leave, first to arrive: keeping campus ticking over and Covid-free

A team that includes cleaners, security, facilities management, groundskeeping, logistics and porters was among the…

17 September 2021

University launches community vaccination clinic on Kīngitanga Day

The University of Waikato is sending a clear signal to students and the wider university…

15 September 2021

Pioneering Te Tohu Paetahi Māori language programme celebrates 30 years for Te Wiki o te Reo Māori

The University of Waikato’s pioneering total immersion Māori language programme, Te Tohu Paetahi, is celebrating…

13 September 2021

Rhodes Scholar, Distinguished Alumnus and CEO supports students at the University of Waikato

Distinguished alumnus Dr Andrew Smith is funding an annual medal in excellence and kicking off…

9 September 2021

New $1.5 million spectrometer boosts research capacity

A recent arrival at the University of Waikato will play a vital research role in…

8 September 2021

Bridging the digital divide for students during lockdown

Lockdown has amplified the digital divide between those who have easy access to devices and…

8 September 2021

Industry CEO proud to support opportunities for female STEM students

A new scholarship has been established to support female students studying STEM (science, technology, engineering,…

8 September 2021

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Opinion

ANZUS without NZ? Why the new security pact between Australia, the UK and US might not be all it seems

We live, to borrow a phrase, in interesting times. The pandemic aside, relations between the superpowers are tense. The sudden…

Why a domestic NZ COVID ‘passport’ raises hard questions about discrimination, inequality and coercion

With COVID-19 causing extraordinarily intrusive and expensive lockdowns, vaccine “passports” or certificates are increasingly seen as key to getting out…

New Zealand’s latest terror attack shows why ISIS is harder to defeat online than on the battlefield

As Friday’s attack by an ISIS sympathiser in a New Zealand supermarket has shown, ISIS’s extreme ideology still holds strong…