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Wallace prizewinner no flash in the pan

A writer of flash fiction, extremely short stories, has won the University of Auckland’s $5000 Sir James Wallace Creative Writing Prize for the first time.

University of Waikato ranked one of the top world-wide for accounting

The University of Waikato has recently been ranked as one of the top institutions in the world for accounting, according to the latest BYU Accounting Research Rankings.

Pathways to Waikato qualifications now available in over 30 countries worldwide

Pathway programmes leading to direct degree-level entry at the University of Waikato are now available in more than 30 countries worldwide, thanks to a partnership between the University...

A hand up with education: Celebrating 20 years of scholarship support

Nancy Caiger believes strongly that those who receive a helping hand in life should pay it forward, when they can.

Challenge to accelerate innovation in the food, fibre and agritech sector

The need for transformative innovation in the food, fibre and agritech sector is at the core of the latest Supernode Challenge which is now open to applications.

Fact checking The Crown: ‘Di Down Under gets 5/100’

Season four of The Crown has dropped, ruffling some Royalists' feathers on the show's accuracy.

The vaccine news is great, but here’s the catch

Opinion: How would this promised Pfizer vaccine get from the factory to being administered? Does this mean we can stop doing things to stop Covid-19 transmission?

Navigating the next phase of COVID-19: three critical issues for business...

Business leaders need to address questions on work processes, performance and virtual teams to improve productivity and engagement through the COVID-19 induced recession, says UNSW Business School.

Prestigious Fellowship for novel Brain Cancer Research

Associate Professor Charles Unsworth from the Department of Engineering Science has been awarded a Royal Society of New Zealand James Cook Research Fellowship.

Growing skin in the lab to treat a rare disease

Scientists have successfully gene-engineered skin cells in the laboratory which could be used to treat a rare but sometimes debilitating genetic skin condition.
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