A message to our nurses in 2020
Nurses globally and in Aotearoa New Zealand are at the forefront of care this year as we celebrate the International year of the Nurse. It’s International Nurses Day on Tuesday 12 May and the 200th birthday of Florence Nightingale, whose influence on modern nursing will always be remembered.
First steps on road to recovery are hidden in plain view
Te Waka calls for smaller, ‘ready right now’ projects to keep Waikato contracting companies work fit.
Bachelor of Arts student takes her opportunities and graduates in record time
Jahvaya is not only the first member of her family to complete a university degree, but she graduated with a double major and completed it in two years, including overseas travel.
Te Waka Economic Radar 6 May 2020
This week’s Radar show continued small movements in some of our data. As we progress our journey, we will continue to expand our monitoring and measures as we scan for signs of trouble, stabilisation, or sparks of life.
Wintec wins Innovative HR Teams award
Wintec has been named one of 10 visionary organisations setting the gold standard for Human Resources (HR) in New Zealand.
Building our Business Forcefield
We have just emerged from what many will hope was the last lockdown we ever experience. If the last four weeks have taught us anything at all, it is to expect and be prepared for the totally unexpected.
The Government’s new appetite for investing in infrastructure, along with encouragement for bold thinking on productivity, connectivity and sustainability, presents the Waikato with a unique window of opportunity.
Fancy a "Drive in" food truck fix?
Gourmet to Go is serving up a unique eating experience in Hamilton this Friday – food truck meals for ‘drive-in’ pick up.
Tompkins Wake again recognised for commitment to innovation
Tompkins Wake is one of 17 law firms across the country recognised as being at the forefront of innovation by NZ Lawyer.
Te Waka Economic Radar 29 April 2020
This week we showcase more of our regional versus national statistics. Our aim remains to next week showcase District level data on Jobseeker Support and Wage Subsidy applications in partnership with MSD.
Rising up to the ‘Mighty Local’ challenge in Level 3
Waikato residents are stepping up to support their “Mighty Locals” as the region rallies to support businesses hit hard by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Te Waka pushes for completion of key Waikato infrastructure projects
As the Government looks to kickstart the economy by fast-tracking ‘shovel ready’ projects.
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