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The global release of epic film Mortal Engines is providing a unique opportunity to highlight New Zealand’s education strengths in creative arts.
James Barber never envisioned himself as a business owner.
Kodie North encourages aspiring hairdressers to grab every opportunity during their apprenticeship – a philosophy that is certainly paying off for one of HITO’s talented apprentices.
Brendan Knowles always liked tinkering with PCs as a kid. Little did he know then that his fascination with computers would one day lead to a career as a software developer and an entrepreneur.
More jobs are in the pipeline as infrastructure development continues to boom and construction companies juggle existing work and new projects.
Theo, a Kiwi farm boy from Matamata who was “bred to hate Auckland”, met city girl Sereen from Birmingham on his OE in London, where they worked at the same engineering company.
TVNZ’s Katie Bradford is a familiar face on our television screens as a political reporter for 1News.
About the same time Haydn Drake started university some 17 years ago, he started volunteering for St John. The rest is history.
Nicole Evans has been singing for as long as she can remember, but she didn’t fall in love with classical music until she was 15 years old, during her years at Christchurch Girls’ High School. She performed in her very first opera in year 13, in the chorus for Canterbury Opera’s production of Turandot.
Anne Barry has spent most of her adult life fighting fires. But in her biggest battle she blazed a trail of her own in 1981, when she became the first female firefighter in the Commonwealth.