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  1. 15 Jul 2011. Welcome Desk operator Elisabeth Jaeger celebrated Red and Black Day in style with a creative polka dot theme ensemble much to the delight of students and staff.

  2. 30 May 2016. The causes of child poverty are complex, but that hasn't stopped dedicated individuals and organisations from finding and implementing solutions. The Child Poverty Action Group's Post Budget Breakfast last Thursday was evidence of these

  3. 01 Sep 2015. Three Bachelor of Applied Management business students who have just returned from international exchanges are bursting with self-confidence after studying overseas. Not only did they survive a semester at a foreign university, but they

  4. 10 Nov 2015. CPIT students have been vying for nifty prizes while earning an internationally recognised digital skills certificate at the Rakaia Centre. The Students Event team organised the event on 3-5 November to give students the opportunity to

  5. 21 Dec 2011. Anne and daughter Laura, both studying nursing at CPIT. CPIT student Anne Mackay jokes that she has “done a bit of everything” during her working life. Now she has finally made a career decision she is really passionate about,

  6. 21 Jun 2012. Pavlovas are notoriously tricky but CPIT hospitality tutor Stuart Goodall had a failsafe recipe ready for 10 young Vietnamese students who visited the campus on Monday 18 June. The 11 and 12 year old students from The Olympia Schools in

  7. 03 Jun 2015. A group of young environmentalists are frustrated with outdated consumerist attitudes and are calling on Christchurch people to get informed and make changes in their lives. CPIT Sustainability and Outdoor Education students Anna Ormandy

  8. 25 May 2016. Tamesa staff and students now have access to more resources and professional development opportunities. Tamesa Institute of Canterbury has become a member of Australasian Campuses Towards Sustainability (ACTS) which promotes sustainability in

  9. 07 Dec 2017. This is the fifteenth Christmas that Tamesa Institute of Canterbury staff (formerly Aoraki Polytechnic) have donated presents to South Canterbury children and their families. Each year Tamesa staff make merry by selecting gifts for those in

  10. 15 Jun 2018. Tamesa has joined the city’s electric vehicle (EV) movement. A dedicated hub with two BMW i3 and two Hyundai Ioniq opened at the City Campus Christchurch, Madras Street carpark, today for staff and students to use for trips around town.