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University of Waikato breaks ground for The Pā - a new marae and student hub

The University of Waikato today broke ground ahead of the construction of its new marae and student hub, The Pā.

University of Waikato award recognises international PR specialist

The man who co-founded international strategy and PR agency SweeneyVesty will be returning to New Zealand from New York to…

Where accounting and finance at the University of Waikato can take you

Vittoria Shortt is the CEO of ASB, charged with leading the bank into the future against the backdrop of rapidly…

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Engineering Design Show displays innovative student work

A recycled plastic bike and robotic apple picker were among the many projects featured at…

18 October 2019

University leader secures top property award

Senior Deputy Vice-Chancellor Professor Alister Jones has been recognised at this year’s Waikato Property People…

18 October 2019

Whakatāne High School win ChemQuest

Students from Whakatāne High School took out the top prize at the University of Waikato’s…

17 October 2019

Uni campus hosts STEM Festival in Tauranga

As a main sponsor of the country's first world-class STEM Festival (STEMFest) event, the University…

16 October 2019

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New Zealand launches plan to revive the health of lakes and rivers

New Zealand’s government released a plan to reverse the decline of iconic lakes and rivers this week.

Climate explained: regenerative farming can help grow food with less impact

Professor Troy Baisden on how regenerative farming can help grow food with less impact.

Grandmother’s case raises question whether NZ should adopt defence of ‘diminished responsibility'

In March this year, a Whanganui grandmother, Lorraine Smith, killed her teenage granddaughter, Kalis.

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