Te Waka Economic Radar 10 June 2020
We expect reports in the coming weeks will begin to paint a clearer picture of what the shift to Alert Level 1 means for the country and Waikato region.
This month’s news that Hamilton will become the headquarters for the NZ Institute of Skills and Technology (NZIST) is a huge boost for our city and the Waikato region.
Waikato's Business Alert Level 3 Response
Following discussions with Waikato businesses over the period from 28 April to 13 May, the following snapshot of the regional business response to Alert Level 3 has been created.
Waikato's Business Alert Level 4 Response
Following discussions with Waikato businesses over the period from 13 April to 24 April, the following snapshot of the regional business response to Alert Level 4 has been created.
Te Waka Economic Radar 3 June 2020
Today marks the end of the country’s third week at Alert Level 2. We expect to see further improvement as businesses/individuals in the country and Waikato region continue to phase-in the ‘less restrictive’ Alert Level 2 environment.
COVID-19 Alert Level 4 in the Waikato: Looking Back to Shape the Way Forward
The Waikato is well placed to support a national economic recovery.
University celebrates Queen's Birthday Honours recipients
A University Council member recognised in this year's Queen's Birthday Honours.
University of Waikato Masters student wins international chemistry scholarship
Nyssa Hewitt has been awarded the 2020 Harvey W. Wiley Scholarship for analytical science, an award administered by AOAC International.
Te Waka Economic Radar 27 May 2020
As at today, the country has been at Alert Level 2 status for two weeks. Charts in this week’s Radar show some significant improvement from last week, detailed in this report.
How Anna is getting paid to study sport
When 20-year-old Wintec sport student Anna Blackburn got the call to say her study fees were going to be covered thanks to a scholarship, she thought someone was playing a practical joke.
Te Waka Economic Radar 20 May 2020
We expect to see further improvement as businesses/individuals in the country and Waikato region phase-in the ‘less restrictive’ Alert Level 2 environment.
Rich, family-like culture the backbone of Tompkins Wake's Covid-19 response
The day New Zealand went into lockdown was the day junior solicitor Josh Nyika had been scheduled to spend working at home.
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