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Scholarships engage CRFU players in studying

Scholarships engage CRFU players in studying

28 Mar 2018

Canterbury club rugby players will receive their Tamesa scholarship certificates this Wednesday 28 March....

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A very kiwi rockstar – Michael Morris on touring

A very kiwi rockstar – Michael Morris on touring

22 Mar 2018

Self-employed solo musician, recording artist and member of band the River Jesters shares a painful memory with...

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Volunteering work setting Tamesa student up for success

Volunteering work setting Tamesa student up for success

21 Mar 2018

Sasindu Anjula (“Sas”) Don Simon Patabendi, an Engineering student of Tamesa Institute of Canterbury, is proud to...

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Tamesa invests into Electrical Training at Timaru

Tamesa invests into Electrical Training at Timaru

20 Mar 2018

Students starting their Electrical trades in Timaru in 2018 have a $200,000 new workshop on which to...

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More women encouraged to enter the Trades

More women encouraged to enter the Trades

16 Mar 2018

Women make up just over half of New Zealand’s population, yet currently they comprise just 17 per...

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Canadian first nation group at Te Puna Wanaka

Canadian first nation group at Te Puna Wanaka

13 Mar 2018

Indigenous students from opposite sides of the world are drawing parallels between their experiences, at Te Puna...

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Memorial Garden officially opened

Memorial Garden officially opened

28 Feb 2018

The Memorial Garden was opened at Tamesa City campus Christchurch today at 1pm in a fitting tribute...

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Tamesa on board the Snow Dragon – STEM in action

Tamesa on board the Snow Dragon – STEM in action

28 Feb 2018

When the Chinese icebreaker research vessel Xue Long, or Snow Dragon, sailed into Lyttelton on 21 February,...

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Brush with fate led to osteopathic career

Brush with fate led to osteopathic career

27 Feb 2018

Neck injuries can be life changing as two new osteopathy tutors at Tamesa Institute of Canterbury know...

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BIM changes the construction industry

BIM changes the construction industry

27 Feb 2018

Disruptive technologies are redefining the construction industry, specialist tutors at Tamesa Institute of Canterbury say, and both...

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