Mumps in Schools and Tertiary Institutions

Auckland Regional Public Health Service (ARPHS) have confirmed several cases of mumps, with most arising in West Auckland. We want to ensure all students are aware and take the right...

Unitec commits to greening its campus

Unitec is making some big commitments to create a more sustainable future by adopting the international One Planet Living initiative.

One Planet Living: Our Commitment

Unitec has adopted 10 One Planet Living Principles as a sustainability framework focusing on teaching, research, collaboration and greening our campus. We’ve set targets to improve our ecological impact and...

Unitec’s own ‘Garden to Table’

Unitec sees its Sanctuary Organic Community Gardens as a great opportunity to promote sustainable food production.

Unitec wins big at Auckland Transport’s Commute Awards

Unitec has won the ‘Think-Outside-The-Car’ Award for Creative Excellence at Auckland Transport’s 2015 Commute Awards.

Zero Waste House: Construction Challenge

Adopting the Council’s target of reducing 30% in waste to landfill by 2027 and zero waste by 2040, Unitec has created the ‘Zero Waste House: Construction Challenge’.

Unitec’s submission to Unitary Plan

Unitec has made a submission to the Auckland Council’s Unitary Plan Process outlining a long-term vision for our existing Mt Albert campus.

Green Gorilla strikes again

Bookable bikes available as an alternative campus transport.

Australasian Green Gown Award

Unitec took home the gold at the Australasian Green Gowns Award held in September 2013.

Sustainability awards

Unitec is proud to have been recognised for its sustainability initiatives with the following awards.
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