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Matariki Art Exhibition opens at University of Waikato

An art exhibition dubbed Voices of Mana Motuhake is open to the public at the…

14 June 2022

University of Waikato jumps up global university rankings

The University of Waikato is proud to be recognised as number one in New Zealand…

9 June 2022

Queen’s Birthday Honours 2022

University of Waikato Vice-Chancellor, Professor Neil Quigley, is pleased to share that Professor Ian Hawes,…

8 June 2022

Matariki resources for New Zealand schools and teachers

Schools and teachers across the country have access to free Matariki resources, thanks to an…

7 June 2022

Budget 2022 ignores workforce pressures

Pressures on business and workplaces to return to ‘business as usual’ have been overlooked in…

30 May 2022

Leading the way through disruptive times

Business leader and University of Waikato alumnus Kevin Kenrick has had a common theme throughout…

25 May 2022

Taking on the world in cyber security

A group of computer science students have won a spot to compete in a global…

23 May 2022

Blue/Green Tech Lab opens in Tauranga

Tech week – New Zealand’s festival of technology and innovation – kicked off in Tauranga…

16 May 2022

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Opinion

A major new law aims to ‘improve the health of all New Zealanders’ – so why doesn’t it include the basic human right to health?

The new Pae Ora (Healthy Futures) Act, due to take effect from July 1, will be a once-in-a-generation chance to…

To meet the Chinese challenge in the Pacific, NZ needs to put its money where its mouth is

This week’s White House meeting between Jacinda Ardern and Joe Biden reflected a world undergoing rapid change. But of all…

Whose ‘identity’ are we preserving in Auckland’s special character housing areas?

A minor culture war has broken out over Auckland’s urban identity since Auckland Council responded to the government’s new housing…