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  • Scholarships aim to encourage more Māori into nursing

    Waikato-Tainui people aiming for a career in nursing or midwifery will have the opportunity to become recipients of up to 10 scholarships at Wintec in 2017 which aim to encourage more Māori into health careers.

  • Next stop Bahrain for Wintec-trained chef

    Joel Miller couldn’t be happier with the way his life is going right now. The 19-year-old Hamilton chef has just landed a dream job as chef de partie to a royal family in Bahrain.

  • Top student award for Wintec exercise enthusiast

    A passion for exercise helped Wintec student Shane Way overcome personal adversity and take out the Student of the Year at the recent 2016 New Zealand Exercise Industry Awards in Auckland.

  • Here comes trouble

    An outspoken lesbian columnist who has received death threats from angry farmers is the guest speaker at the next Wintec Press Club free lunch extravaganza in Hamilton.

  • Wintec set to open human performance hub

    A human performance hub – the first of its kind in the Waikato - is set to open at Wintec’s Rotokauri campus next year. It will offer exercise science services to amateur, competitive and professional athletes, as well as those looking to improve their health and wellbeing.

  • Rugby damaged my brain: test star

    Greg Smith, director of Wintec's Centre for Sport Science and Human Performance, is a former Chiefs rugby player, has coach Waikato and played test rugby for Fiji. In this opinion piece he looks at the issue of concussion in the sport.

  • Students get cheesy in the name of science

    The cheese making skills of Waikato secondary school students were put to the test recently during the annual Camembert in the Classroom competition held at Wintec in Hamilton.

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