Dirty Politics author Nicky Hager will speak to journalism students at Wintec this Monday.

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Adam Lambert and Queen rocked to an energetic crowd as they took to the stage at Vector Arena for their first of two New Zealand shows last night.

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The second annual Inter-Intermediate Kapa Haka Festival helps build the confidence of first-time performers and allows them to stand tall in their culture.

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Wintec is marking its 90th anniversary with a book featuring stories of former students and staff along with historical photos.

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Fridge debate goes online

On September 3, 2014 By

Hamilton households were in the spotlight when Campbell Live reported on poverty in New Zealand this week.

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Kiwi fashion designer Trelise Cooper has apologised after causing an online outrage when she used traditional Native American headdress in her show at New Zealand Fashion Week last week

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They came from hundreds of kilometres around, dusty, dry and out for a good time: Northern Queensland’s Mackay Beach Races.

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You would be forgiven for thinking they had something to do with Hamilton’s 150th birthday bash – but cosplay devotees on the city’s streets are collaborating for an international shoot.

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The Mooloos crumbled before a Canterbury onslaught this weekend. Brad Roberts captured some of the action.

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Abstract artist Darryn George showcases his grand scale works at the SPARK International Festival of Media, Arts and Design.

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Derek Henderson is a New Zealand born and internationally renowned photographer who has come to Hamilton to talk about the years he has spent as a commercial photographer now based in Sydney.

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Wintec’s Spark Week ventured away from the city  for an exhibition opening at the Waikato University.

Liam Te Nahu’s “Tēnā Koe” is a showcase of his ink drawings inspired by Maori culture and his own spirituality.

Liam says the title is a way in which he connects with the viewer.

“The title of it [...]

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New Zealand theatrical group, The Generation of Z, are performing their interactive zombie thriller to sold out crowds at the 2014 Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

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Creator of Dharma Punks graphic novel and designer of all your favourite Bro Town characters, Ant Sang was at Wintec for its annual Spark festival.

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Spark art hits the uni

On August 18, 2014 By

A Wintec graduate’s art is being feature at the University of Waikato starting this Spark Week,

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Comic book artist Ant Sang discussed his experience crowd funding a collector’s edition of his cult-classic comic the Dharma Punks alongside Spark crowd funding panelists Kat Jenkins, Anna Jackson and Coralie Winn.

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“The flipside of crisis is opportunity,” says Coralie Winn of her Christchurch regeneration initiative, Gap Filler.

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