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  • Spark festival ends on high note

    Wintec’s Spark International Festival of Creativity and Design ended on a high note last week setting a benchmark for collaborative creative events in Hamilton city.

  • Help for those who suffer in silence

    A group of ethnic counsellors have seen their vision for a counselling service for migrants and former refugees become a reality. Kaoru Tsukigi, Freda X'ia, and Vanisri Mills met at Wintec five years ago when they were studying towards a degree in counselling.

  • Two generations of one family study business together

    With six daughters, two sons, 11 grandchildren and a full-time job, it’s a wonder that Tiwai Parai finds time for study. Yet he does. And he’s been such an inspiration to his family that three of his daughters are now studying alongside him at Wintec.

  • Wintec strengthens ties with Thailand

    Thailand aims to raise its English teaching standards to a global level and Wintec is there delivering training programmes to help them achieve this with the support of Education New Zealand.

  • New voice on community radio creates opportunities for students

    Wintec Media Arts team leader Cate Prestidge is now part of the Free FM Breakfast team, taking on the Thursday breakfast slot and joining the other presenters Mark Bunting, Kelli Pike, Mike Williams and Bryan Smith on air weekdays from 7.30-9.30am.

  • Wintec musical talent shines under the stagelights

    As the curtains closed on the final performance of Hamilton Operatic Society’s high energy, mid-winter musical Sister Act, a group of Wintec staff and students can count themselves among some of New Zealand’s finest musical theatre talent.

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