A sneak peek into the future of health care
The government is developing a person-centred Digital Health Strategic Framework “consisting of aspirational goals and enabling priorities, guidelines and resources”.
More Waikato secondary school students are going to get a head-start on a trades career
Wintec has been allocated 150 more placements for Waikato Trades Academy by the Ministry of Education to help pathway secondary students into apprenticeships and employment.
Festive-themed dinner delights guests
Christmas came early for a group of business event organisers, who were treated to an intimate festive-themed dinner inside Hamilton’s Claudelands Arena on Friday night (6 December).
New hotel "perfectly timed"
Tourism heads and local mayors say a $4 million upgrade of the Hamilton Airport Hotel will help fill a desperate shortage of plush hotel accommodation in the region.
Pop in to "Ono Pop Up Shop"
Tucked down a Hamilton lane is a new shop showcasing Waikato’s best Maaori creative talent.
H3 scoops two top industry awards
Hamilton’s H3 group took out two top accolades at the Entertainment Venues Association of New Zealand (EVANZ) Awards in Christchurch earlier this week.
Turning Science on it's head
Science Spinners Creative Lab houses a massive group of hands-on science activities presented by Kudos scientists and industry professionals.
Tompkins Wake a winner at the 2019 NZ Law Awards
Tompkins Wake has been named the mid-size Law Firm of the Year at the 2019 NZ Law Awards and chief executive Jon Calder named the Managing Partner of the Year.
Te Awa Lakes – The Bottom Line
The Te Awa Lakes development near Horotiu is on the brink of becoming a reality.
Fieldays significant economic contribution
Fieldays® continues to contribute significantly to the regional and national economy according to the recent Economic Impact Report conducted by Dr Warren Hughes of the New Zealand Institute for Business Research at the University of Waikato.
Leading educators from China visit Wintec
Senior leaders from 10 leading Chinese vocational education institutions met at Waikato Institute of Technology (Wintec) last week to find inspiration in the way teaching and learning is delivered.
From rock pooling to the “Internet of Things”
“The idea for an app evolved quite organically from a place of curiosity about the world that we live in” says Jenny, a solo parent of an eight and a half-year-old, “Living on a budget was challenging especially during the school holidays but luckily my daughter and I live in Raglan and we have the biggest natural playground on our doorstep”.
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