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Artist Explores Trauma Inflicted By War
3 days ago

Depicting combatant trauma began as a personal journey for artist Gilly Marshall, the granddaughter of the last New Zealand World War 1 veteran “still standing”.  Studying at EIT, Gilly...

Ink Splatters Inspire Student’s Art
3 days ago

A creative practice student at EIT, Taylor Donoghue uses ink splatters as the starting point for drawings that featured recently in a level 6 degree students’ exhibition at...

EIT Toasts Successful Wine Graduates
August 6, 2018

EIT Bachelor of Wine Science graduates were awarded first and second placings in the recent North Island Young Winemaker of the year competition. The winner of the Tonnellerie de...

The Heat Goes on for Young Winemakers
July 26, 2018

EIT is flying all flags at the Tonnelliere de Mercurey North Island Young Winemaker of the Year competition, with five of the seven entrants either current students or graduates. The...

Trades Academy Student Awarded Overseas Trip
Trades Academy Student Awarded Overseas Trip
July 10, 2018

Wairoa student Rahiri Makuini Edwards-Hammond has been awarded a trip to Columbia, having risen to the challenges set at a nationwide Lions Foundation Young Enterprise Scheme workshop. A Year 13...

Students Support Musical Show
Students Support Musical Show
July 9, 2018

The Waipawa Musical and Dramatic Society’s Phantom of the Opera production was an opportunity for EIT students to showcase their newly-acquired hair styling and make-up skills.  Six young...

EIT Sports Scholar – Kianu Kereru-Symes 
July 3, 2018

Study is an important component of my life.  It stimulates and challenges my mind, keeps me busy when I am training and helps get me closer to earning a degree. Luckily enough, I am a member of...