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Environment Minister David Parker checks out waste recycling project
Minister for the Environment David Parker joined the Environmental Solutions Research team and industry partners at the Ormiston Hospital site in East Tamaki where Savory Construction are trialing a...
Luseane Cains: A humble high achiever with a heart of gold
Luseane Cains has never been afraid to explore new opportunities, expand her knowledge and confront any challenges standing in her way. The Kupe scholarship recipient graduated as top scholar with...
2023 Unitec graduate Fifita Vai ‘Utukakau Latu’s passion to help others
2023 Unitec-Te Pūkenga graduate Fifita Vai ‘Utukakau Latu was interviewed by the New Zealand Herald about how her work as a youth worker in Auckland’s high-security Wiri prison inspired her...
Making Space for Water
In the Media: Matthew Bradbury, Assoc. Prof. of Landscape Architecture, spoke to Kathryn Ryan on Radio NZ's about the making "Space for Water" programme announcement made by Auckland Mayor Wayne Brown.
From Passion to Pride: Kathryn's Unitec Mechanical Engineering Journey
Kathryn Billing, a structural steel welder at D&H Steel in Auckland, credits her family for sparking her interest in mechanical engineering. She completed a pre-trades certificate in mechanical engineering at...
Unitec ākonga impress at Business and IT Industry Connect Event
Building Strong Ties!
Environmental Solutions Research Centre working to reduce construction plastic
Dr Terri-Ann Berry, Director of Unitec-Te Pūkenga Environmental Solutions Research Centre spoke to TV One's Sunday and Breakfast shows about work the centre is doing to reduce the amount of...
Unitec careers page leads to invaluable on-the-job learning opportunity
“I’ve got access to the projects and people I can learn from, and that’s invaluable.”
Mahi Kotahitanga creates cybersecurity career opportunities
A unique journey exploring and understanding the intricacies of cybersecurity is underway for thirty new ākonga, who were recently welcomed into the whānau at Unitec-Te Pūkenga .
Celebrating the brilliant minds and benevolent hearts of our graduates
Applying the knowledge gained throughout study to support and empower their own communities is an aspiration held by many Te Whare Wānanga o Wairaka graduates.