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  • Budding chefs handle the heat

    The heat was on at the biggest culinary competition in New Zealand when 500 secondary and tertiary students took over Wintec’s Centre for Hospitality kitchens during the 2018 Waikato Culinary Fare.

  • Sharing aroha during Matariki

    In the true spirit of Matariki, a team of Wintec staff volunteers prepared and delivered a memorable dinner to around 40 people at Hamilton’s night shelters last week.

  • Students to broaden their horizons in China

    Six Wintec students will experience a trip of a lifetime when they fly to China in September as part of the prestigious Prime Minister’s Scholarship for Asia.

  • From Canada to Wintec to study for a career in sport

    Sport has always been a dominating force in Lydia Tuaiti’s life. She says "sport has the power to bring change. The reason I chose to study sport was to support kids like me, to achieve and go as far with their sport as they want.”

  • Wintec students get real-world experience at Fieldays

    This year marks the 50th anniversary of the Fieldays and Wintec is at the forefront in the celebrations. To commemorate the event, Wintec has published a 50-page exclusive magazine and Wintec students are onsite reporting live from Fieldays.

  • New nursing education promises a better future for Kiribati

    The Pacific nation of Kiribati is often described as the poster child of climate change, and as the tides continue rise on the people of Kiribati, a team from Wintec is working to upskill nurses to future-proof their careers.

  • Māori culture meets IT to tell waka story

    A Wintec music student is working with traditional Māori music specialist Horomona Horo to create compositions where contemporary expression of taonga puoro (traditional Māori music) will become part of an app for the Matariki Interactive Waka Sculpture Project.

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