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Electric result

Electric result

23 Aug 2017

Tutors are so proud of the recent group of electrical foundation programme students....

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SIGNAL ICT Graduate School officially opened

SIGNAL ICT Graduate School officially opened

23 Aug 2017

SIGNAL supports the tech sector, which is the third largest in NZ, and growing rapidly....

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At home in Hiroshima – and speaking like a local

At home in Hiroshima – and speaking like a local

22 Aug 2017

Zander Hay missed his NASDA audition but found his way to a new career and dream job...

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From factory floor to running Scotland’s best cafe

From factory floor to running Scotland’s best cafe

21 Aug 2017

Cookery students surely couldn’t have asked for a better role model than Kirsten Gilmour, who popped into...

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Dual nursing qualification attracts men to nursing

Dual nursing qualification attracts men to nursing

14 Aug 2017

A new dual, fast track graduate programme offered by Ara and University of Canterbury (UC) seems to...

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Prime Minister opens Kahukura

Prime Minister opens Kahukura

10 Aug 2017

Students took the chance to get a selfie with the Prime Minister at the Kahukura opening today....

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Radio’s love affair with rugby

Radio’s love affair with rugby

09 Aug 2017

Where did all the other sports go? asks Dr Brendan Reilly from the New Zealand Broadcasting School...

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Wyma nurtures local talent to solve skills shortage

Wyma nurtures local talent to solve skills shortage

08 Aug 2017

To compete on a global stage, Christchurch manufacturing company Wyma Solutions needs more apprentices fast....

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Bing Dawe and his sculptural birds fly at Ara

Bing Dawe and his sculptural birds fly at Ara

03 Aug 2017

Birds appear to fly from a sculpture erected today at a gateway to the almost-completed North Green...

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TVNZ award winner will keep tabs on our politicians

TVNZ award winner will keep tabs on our politicians

03 Aug 2017

Laura Cunningham has received the One News Ross Stevens scholarship for most promising first year student....

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