Wintec students held a bake sale at the city campus on Red Nose Day to raise funds for Cure Kids charity.Continue Reading →
Labour leader Andrew Little popped into Wintec Friday to start a conversation with students about the future of New Zealand.
Little and fellow Labour MPs, finance spokesman Grant Robinson and local list MP Sue Moroney, spent Friday morning at Wintec’s Gallagher Hub.Continue Reading →
Labour leader Andrew Little paid Wintec’s City Campus a visit this morning. He spent the morning meeting with faculty and students, before giving a short speech on Labour policy in the Gallagher Hub.
The Waikato Independent asked students if they were going along, and what they thought of Andrew Little and Labour.Continue Reading →
Wintec trade students used a little bit of scrap and a lot of imagination in the Scrap Yard Challenge on Wednesday.Continue Reading →
Nick Kraenzlin along with Nic Manders spoke at Spark on Thursday explaining how to create and record a professional song.Continue Reading →
Spark guest speaker John Safran gave the audience personal insight into aspects of his documentaries: John Safran vs. God, Music Jamboree, and Race Relations.Continue Reading →
Free seedlings are helping Wintec students to cultivate a love of horticulture amongst Fieldays visitors.Continue Reading →
Ping-pong, dragon dancers, and calligraphy: it was all on offer at Wintec’s multicultural day.Continue Reading →
Outspoken actress Robyn Malcolm of Outrageous Fortune fame will speak at Wintec’s final Press Club for 2012Continue Reading →
Wintec held an Adult Learner Awards ceremony this month, honouring adult students who have overcome obstacles to return to study.Continue Reading →
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