Waiariki Today Newsletters

Waiariki Today is a newsletter published by Waiariki to provide in-depth stories, personal profiles on our star students and staff, updates on our academic and business plans, student recruitment, community involvement and more.

Current Newsletter

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    Waiariki Today V26

    Download Waiariki Today V26 PDF 4.7 MB | updated: 02-May-2017

    Special Edition. This 26th edition of Waiariki Today is Waiariki’s final magazine in its current version. But we’re not going anywhere! With the merge of Waiariki Institute of Technology and Bay of Plenty Polytechnic, the institute will soon have a new name, new brand, and our magazine will have a whole new look. Stay tuned!

Previous Issues

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    Waiariki Today V25

    Download Waiariki Today V25 PDF 5.7 MB | updated: 02-May-2017

    Award-winning building on campus • Proposed merger Q&A • New early childhood education master’s degrees on the way • The Waiariki-Wai Ora connection • Waipa Campus turns 50 • Welcome to new staff, farewell of retiring staff • Turning artists into entrepreneurs • Charity House is up for auction • Scholarships up for grabs • and more!

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    Waiariki Today V24

    Download Waiariki Today V24 PDF 5.5 MB | updated: 02-May-2017

    Prime Minister John Key on campus • Waiariki graduate prefers to hire fellow Waiariki graduates • Waiariki staff earn accolades • Mother of four inspired to teach the young • Bringing higher education to Kawerau • Work experience works • Record year for international students • What’s happening on graduation day? • AND MORE!

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    Waiariki Today V23

    Download Waiariki Today V23 PDF 2.7 MB | updated: 02-May-2017

    Westpac Business Awards winner • Accolades for top agriculture tutor • Student breaking free of gang life • Family of nurses plan to help community • Scholarships • True love found on campus • Postgraduate studies available • Early childhood education goes to Whakatane • New building accommodates demand for welders • National mountain bike training camp opens • PLUS MORE!

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Page last updated: 02 May 2017