Matamata Creamery scoops up medals at NZ Ice Cream and Gelato Awards
Local Kōwhai Creamery won big at the New Zealand Ice Cream and Gelato Awards this past month. The creamery was awarded a gold medal for their Ginger and Turmeric gelato alongside one bronze medal and four silver medals for their remaining entries.
KuDos Award for Scion and AgriSea partnership
Accolades for the Scion and AgriSea collaboration continue to roll in, with a Primary Industries Award won at the Kudos Awards this week at Claudelands Event Centre in Hamilton.
Opening of Ruakura Superhub a landmark juncture for Waikato-Tainui and the region
The official opening of the Ruakura Superhub this evening is a landmark juncture for the Waikato-Tainui iwi and heralds a stronger economic future of the wider Waikato region.
Massive funding boost for Waikato research
From incorporating mātauranga Māori into marine restoration to Xeno Nucleic Acids that could have impacts on cancer research and rock weathering for carbon capture, University of Waikato projects funded in the latest round of MBIE research grants have the potential to change the world.
Attracting international students back to the Waikato
The new Learn Waikato initiative was welcomed yesterday by local education providers and agents to celebrate the launch of the new website.
University’s decarbonisation plans get a boost
The University of Waikato is closer to its goal of being carbon neutral by 2030, boosted by new funding announced by Climate Change Minister James Shaw this week as part of the $220 million State Sector Decarbonisation Fund.
Local cyber security entrepreneur's journey to success
Ankita Dhakar began Security Lit during the first Covid-19 lockdown in 2020. With no IT experience, she used her degree in business to kickstart her journey as an entrepreneur.
'Cutting edge' seaweed technology gets Government support for new manufacturing plant
A loan for AgriSea, announced by Economic and Regional Development Minister Stuart Nash, will help create a plant to manufacture a new product.
Taupō based regenerative worm farm MyNoke, largest in the world
Founded In 2007 with 20 buckets of compost worms, the world's largest worm farming operation in Taupō has now turned those 20 buckets into three billion.
Celebrating ten seasons of fishing and adventure
Presenters Scott Parry and Mig Rumney return to the screen with another season of high energy entertainment as they adventure around New Zealand.
Accredited Employer Work Visa
The Government has announced a new faster timeline for reopening the border and reconnecting New Zealand with the world, and the border will be fully reopened by the end of July – three months earlier than planned.
Hamilton technology services firm Dynamo6 celebrates 10 years in business
The company announces plans for growth, doubling the size of its team, looking into overseas expansion, and moving into a new custom-designed space in Hamilton.
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