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Showcase 17 a Showstopper

Douglas Wright’s iconic Knee Dance and performances by renowned New Zealand choreographers Michael Parmenter, Joshua Cesan, Kelly Nash and Tamsyn Russell were just some of the highlights of last week’s...

Award-winning lead designer talks furniture, the future and fun

Chris Metcalfe is lead designer at PLN Group, a family of furniture brands whose research, design and innovation create seating and working solutions designed to enhance life. A Unitec...

Waiheke Gateway Pavilion Wins Architecture Award

The Waiheke Gateway Pavilion designed by Stevens Lawson Architects and built with the assistance of Architecture, Construction and Engineering students from Unitec, has received a Small Project Award at the...

Delivering the future of marketing

With 93% of a customer's buying decision influenced by social media, it’s little wonder that social media advertising is crucial.

Bringing birdlife back to Matuku Link

Rare wetland birds such as matuku (bittern) and pāteke (brown teal) could soon become a feature of the Waitakere Valley eco-restoration project, Matuku Link, thanks to the work of a...

Getting smarter with digital technology

Dila Beisembayeva, Unitec lecturer in computing, wants to turn her students into creators of technology not just passive users.

Like a duck to water

When Unitec student Andrew Long went on work experience with the engineering and design consultancy Harrison Grierson, he knew his practical skills would prove useful.

The mark of a master is the work of the student

Every year, Sir Ray Avery takes on Unitec students like Mike Czarny to help with projects and mentor them in return. Sometimes with extraordinary results.

Stereotypes, myths and Bob the Builder

Starting a career in trades could be one of the most satisfying and rewarding choices you make.

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