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Enhancing the mana of Māori Students

Kia kaha te tū e ngā Māori o Wairaka. He karanga ki ngā ākonga Māori katoa. Stand strong Māori of Wairaka. Calling all Māori students

Ngā Wai a Te Tūī champion mana wahine and matauranga Māori

Ngā Wai a Te Tūī are celebrating the arrival of their latest whānau member Dr Cat (Catherine) Mitchell who’s devoted 15 years of her career to supporting Unitec students in...

Unitec’s innovative research helps reduce plastic entering landfill

A Unitec research project on reducing construction waste has led major building suppliers to develop an innovative timber cover that replaces single-use plastic on building sites.

Unitec lecturers step up to support Aotearoa’s biggest ever vaccine rollout

Five of Unitec's nursing lecturers have stepped up to take part in the rollout of the COVID-19 vaccine – Aotearoa’s biggest ever vaccine programme.

Ingenious joystick design to help gamers keep fit

A gaming joystick operated by walking on treadmill to help people keep active while gaming.

Unitec Dance School overcomes the challenge

Overcoming the challenge of teaching dance in an online world

Mural storytelling helps Unitec graduate overcome challenges

Unitec graduate Nikita has recently taken part in a street art project commissioned by Auckland Unlimited which depicts the importance of welcoming different cultures and diversity

Kahurangi: Celebrating Māori success

More than 200 people attended this year’s gathering where 28 Māori graduates across a range of disciplines were gifted a pounamu crafted uniquely for this kaupapa by Hohepa Renata.

Unitec students take out top spots at the 2021 NZCB Apprentice Challenge sponsored by ITM

Two Unitec carpentry students shared the Auckland crown in the regional final of the 2021 New Zealand Certified Builders (NZCB) Apprentice Challenge, after a day-long competition at Mataaho, Unitec’s trade...

Pacific acting alumni star in Young Rock TV series

Performing and Screen Arts (PASA) alumni, appear in Young Rock, inspired by the early life of Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson.
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