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Today is both an exciting and threatening time to begin to study for a degree. By Lawrence Watt
There is no such thing as a "man's job" at Shontae Ellmers' new workplace.
New Zealand is training a lot more doctors and nurses, but fewer accountants and teachers, as students seek out courses that will get them good jobs.
A dozen Hawke's Bay teenagers are putting their weekends to good use by building a $100,000 aeroplane - becoming the region's latest aerospace manufacturer in the process.
A budding engineering student from the University of Auckland has been awarded an international internship with McLaren Automotive.
Final year student projects for Bachelor of Engineering, Bachelor of Information Technology, Diploma in Architectural Technology and Graduate Diploma students from engineering and IT were showcased to the public yesterday in Wellington.
This year one hundred and eighty WelTec and Whitireia students across the Wellington region were part of the Māori and Pasifika Trades Training (MPTT) scheme.
A Napier carpenter has his sight set on taking home the national title at this year's Registered Master Builders Carters 2017 Apprentice of the Year.
The perfect storm, the construction sector has over-committed with too many businesses turning away the chance to take on apprentices.
A group of youths who had been struggling to find and hold jobs were working hard yesterday - with help from a local initiative.
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