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Like a duck to water

When Unitec student Andrew Long went on work experience with the engineering and design consultancy Harrison Grierson, he knew his practical skills would prove useful.

The mark of a master is the work of the student

Every year, Sir Ray Avery takes on Unitec students like Mike Czarny to help with projects and mentor them in return. Sometimes with extraordinary results.

Stereotypes, myths and Bob the Builder

Starting a career in trades could be one of the most satisfying and rewarding choices you make.

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Going behind the scenes of reality television

Whiromena Parker had worked for 16 years in administration before deciding, in her mid 30s, to enroll at Unitec for a Bachelor of Creative Enterprise and specialise in photography.

How to boost your brain power

As a student, it's easy to reach for quick snacks that don't offer a lot of nutritional value. In fact, around 50 per cent of New Zealanders order up to...

Unitec students re-design Whangarei waterfront

Artificial oyster reefs, self-closing flood barriers, community gardens, wetlands parks and low-rise terraced housing — these were some of the features suggested by Unitec students in their designs for a...

The benefits of group study

Group study can be a great alternative to studying by yourself on tough subject matter. In fact, studying alone isn't the most productive option for some people.

Are you getting enough sleep?

If you're a student, how many hours sleep should you get and how can you ensure your sleep environment is conducive to good rest?

Monitoring the scale of recreational fishing in New Zealand

Any fisheries management regime depends upon an understanding of recreational fishing levels, and ensuring that the amount being fished is sustainable — but how to get that information?
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