Huzaifa is about to take part in an exclusive MIT-Harvard Medical School Healthcare Innovation Bootcamp
Born in India, raised in Singapore and educated in New Zealand, life has certainly been a journey for Huzaifa.
Large funding pool towards a new year of arts projects
The Creative Communities Scheme (CCS) Hamilton City funding round is now open to see a new year of arts projects off the ground.
Tompkins Wake a rising star in Legal 500 rankings
A raft of rankings in the Asia Pacific Legal 500 is yet another feather in Tompkins Wake’s cap.
Government funding helps address Waikato housing and skills shortages
This week’s Provincial Growth Fund announcement by the Government will provide a triple benefit of addressing Waikato’s housing shortage.
2020 TechFest attracts industry leaders
Callaghan Innovation boss Vic Crone has been confirmed as a keynote speaker at the 2020 TechFest, recognising the Waikato’s strength in technology and innovation.
Virtual reality eliminates risk and improves safety responses
Taranaki-based First Gas, operator of more than 2,500 km of high-pressure gas transmission pipelines and 4,800 km of gas distribution networks in the North Island, turned to Waikato virtual reality (VR) specialist Company-X to design and develop a custom-built VR training programme.
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”.
Local appetites grow for Feast Waikato
Foodies rejoice! The regions’ premier food festival is returning for its second year for four delicious days in April 2020.
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.
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