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Sport HB-EIT Sports Scholar – Dominic McGovan
7 hours ago

Back again with another blog. This time I will focus on what happens on a weekly basis during the season and how that hugely affects my free time. I will also focus on my key from the last two...

Young Vintner Loves Combining Science and Creativity
October 17, 2018

For Elise Picot winemaking is a fascinating process that combines science and creativity. The EIT Bachelor of Wine Science student is the 2018 HB A& P Young Vintner of the Year announced at...

Wine and Viticulture Students Explore Wine Regions
October 16, 2018

A large cohort of wine and viticulture students and staff from the School of Viticulture and Wine Science recently explored wineries and vineyards in Marlborough and Nelson.  It was the annual...

Bringing Nature Back to Hawke’s Bay
October 15, 2018

EIT and the University of Waikato are working together to increase educational opportunities in Hawke’s Bay after signing a deed of cooperation last year. As an initial collaboration, the...

Taking the EIT Teaching Outdoors
October 15, 2018

EIT is teaching its teachers to use the outdoors to further their teaching success. In a week that saw EIT announced as a corporate guardian of the Hawke’s Bay Biodiversity group, the...

Scholarship Gave Wine Career A Kickstart
October 11, 2018

When Nev McPike got a phone call in 2015, inviting him back to Hawke’s Bay from Australia to take up the position of winemaker at Craggy Range, he drew breath. To come back to where his...

EIT Backing Biodiversity in Hawke’s Bay
October 9, 2018

The region’s biodiversity has been advanced by the addition of EIT as another guardian for Biodiversity Hawke’s Bay. The group is made up of organisations, individuals and businesses...

Taonga ‘don’t belong in drawers’
October 9, 2018

The story of British explorer James Cook’s arrival wasn’t a nice one for Māori, said Toihoukura Māori Visual Art and Design school associate professor Steve Gibbs at a talk on Saturday...