News stories published before Thursday, 0 August 24, 2017 will appear in our news archive. View the current stories in our latest news section.
Total number of items in the news archive: 168
10-Oct-2016 - Toi Ohomai - Dawn of A New Tertiary Era
Today dawned the beginning of a new tertiary era for the Bay of Plenty region with the blessing of the newest tertiary institute, Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology (Toi Ohomai)....
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17-Aug-2016 - Law Enforcement Starts September in Whakatane
Eastern Bay of Plenty locals looking for a career which positively gives back to the community are excited that Waiariki Bay of Plenty Polytechnic (WBOPP) is taking enrolments for the...
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25-Aug-2016 - Lizzie Marvelly to hold FREE Campus Q&A
Waiariki Bay of Plenty Polytechnic is offering a free behind the scenes look into Lizzie Marvelly’s amazing career, though an exclusive Q&A session with the acclaimed singer, set to be...
Lizzie Marvelly to hold FREE Campus Q&A View full story
Last year was a record one for Waiariki Bay of Plenty Polytechnic’s flagship Bachelor of Nursing programme and this year is already shaping up to follow that trend....
Record 2015 Nursing Results Create High Potential For 2017 Enrolments View full story
12-Jul-2016 - Increased Effort in Battle Against Agent Fraud Welcomed
Immigration NZ’s ongoing commitment to combat fraudulent practices by Indian agents overseas is welcomed by Waiariki Bay of Plenty Polytechnic....
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13-Jul-2016 - Eastbay REAP Director appointed to WBoPP Council
Waiariki Bay of Plenty Polytechnic Council Chairperson, Cathy Cooney, announced the appointment today of the Council’s fourth Community Appointee, Dr Ryan Morrison....
Eastbay REAP Director appointed to WBoPP Council View full story
Positivity and community spirit filled the air at Waiariki Bay of Plenty Polytechnic’s Mokoia Campus this morning as the record sum of $33,000 raised from the proceeds of the 2015...
Charity House Confirmed For Seven More Years, As $30k Awarded To Local Charities View full story
23-Jun-2016 - ‘Sport and Health Massage’ Now Offered In Rotorua
Those looking to become an accredited masseuse no longer need travel to Tauranga or Auckland to achieve this status, as enrolments are now open for Waiariki Bay of Plenty Polytechnic’s...
‘Sport and Health Massage’ Now Offered In Rotorua View full story
27-Jun-2016 - Chinese presidents learn from our institute
Waiariki Bay of Plenty Polytechnic (WBoPP) was proud to be one of two institutes in New Zealand chosen to have its programmes, systems and processes studied by China’s higher learning...
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02-May-2016 - Pohiri Held For Waiariki Bay of Plenty Polytechnic
Today on Mokoia Campus, we held a pohiri at Tangatarua Marae to mark the 'birth' of Waiariki Bay of Plenty Polytechnic....
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05-May-2016 - Record Year For Accessible Nursing Degree
Last year was a record year for the Bachelor of Nursing, which had its best academic year in five years, with 52% of students employed before qualification completion....
Record Year For Accessible Nursing Degree View full story
11-May-2016 - Art Lecturer Invades Space at Te Papa
Kereama Taepa, a lecturer on our new Bachelor of Creative Technologies, is the latest artist to have his work selected, commissioned and featured by the Wellington Sculpture Trust as part...
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11-May-2016 - Drug Testing Shows Positive Results
A new initiative was trialled last year where staff and students of Waiariki Bay of Plenty Polytechnic’s trades programmes voluntarily lined up for a drug test. The results were great,...
Drug Testing Shows Positive Results View full story
Leader of the New Zealand Labour Party, Andrew Little and Labour's Housing spokesperson, Phil Twyford visited Mokoia Campus this morning....
Labour Leader, Andrew Little Impressed With Charity House View full story
At the end of 2015, little Clodagh McCann made headlines selling vege plants to raise money to meet her idol, Jamie Oliver....
Mini Masterchef Joins Patisserie and Bakery Class For A Day View full story
05-Apr-2016 - Interim CE Appointed To New Institution
Waiariki Bay of Plenty Polytechnic Council is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr Neil Barns as the interim Chief Executive for our new institution....
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21-Apr-2016 - Working At Lakeland Queen A Joy For Tourism Graduate
These holidays many people will be heading out on the Lakeland Queen, across beautiful Lake Rotorua. Visitors from China will be greeted on-board by Waiariki Bachelor of Tourism Management alumna,...
Working At Lakeland Queen A Joy For Tourism Graduate View full story
Waiariki is excited to announce the launch of LandEd, a new brand that will lead the delivery of training to the rural sector, providing the opportunity for farmers, orchardists and...
LandEd brings new rural training and opportunities to the region View full story
03-Mar-2016 - Council Appointed For New Institution
Well known Rotorua business woman Catherine Cooney is pleased to accept the position of Council Chairperson at the new tertiary education institution that brings together Bay of Plenty Polytechnic and...
Council Appointed For New Institution View full story
Waiariki Institute of Technology student Jayson Grieve says his summer internship with ITCO has been invaluable....
Waiariki student helps ITCO develop new health and safety software product View full story
The winning design for Waiariki Institute of Technology’s new $12 million Centre of Excellence for Tourism & Hospitality will feature a 150 seat demonstration kitchen lecture theater, and barista lab...
Local Talent Wins Design for Waiariki’s $12 Million Tourism And Hospitality Centre View full story
22-Mar-2016 - Additional Members Appointed To Council
Council Chairperson of the new Waiariki Bay of Plenty Institute of Technology, Catherine Cooney, is pleased to announce that an additional three members have been appointed to the Council of...
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Waiariki staff members are working with The University of California Davis to explore the effect of massage and pneumatic compression on recovery in ultramarathon runners....
Waiariki and University of California Davis to Research Endurance Sport Recovery View full story
23-Feb-2016 - Waiariki and Central Kids forge research partnership
Waiariki Institute of Technology and Central North Island Kindergarten Trust (Central Kids) have a formed a research partnership that will benefit teachers and students....
Waiariki and Central Kids forge research partnership View full story
Local charities and community groups can now apply for a share of $30,000, and it is all thanks to Waiariki Institute of Technology’s focus on delivering ‘practical, hands-on’ skills....
Waiariki to Gift $30,000 From Charity House to Local Charities View full story
14-Jan-2016 - Waiariki Gives Students FREE Second Chance At NCEA
Waiariki continues to offer students the opportunity to get their NCEA level 1 and 2 at no cost through the Certificate in Vocational Studies (C.V.S) which is on offer throughout...
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26-Jan-2016 - Waiariki Welcomes the 2016 Bachelor of Nursing Students
Three years of Bachelor of Nursing students kicked off 2016 at Mokoia Campus today...
Waiariki Welcomes the 2016 Bachelor of Nursing Students View full story
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