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A proactive partnership forged between Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei Whai Māia and Te Whare Wānanga o Wairaka (Unitec) aims to encourage more Māori into tertiary education.
Thirty-nine-year old Jaz Small says she’d always wanted to be a builder, but was put off by the constant jibes that as a female she wouldn’t be able to hack...
Four members of the New Zealand Down syndrome community have been honoured for their amazing individual achievements at special function at Government House.
The high risk of genetic data being misused has led Unitec Institute of Technology and start-up company GeneCrypt to partner in the development of a prototype encryption system that protects...
Unitec’s School of Healthcare and Social Practice hosted an event at Te Rangimarie, Waitakere campus on 17 June to mark the 50-year anniversary of the founding of the Polynesian Panthers...
Undergraduate, School of Environmental & Animal Sciences, Luzie Schmid publishes her first research paper.
“Meaningful employment and what that means is very different now to how it was ten years ago.”