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CPIT’s Computing Department stands out at IT conferences

CPIT’s Computing Department stands out at IT conferences

23 Oct 2012

CPIT took out four of five top research awards at the 25th Conference of Computing and Information...

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Luxcity turns on the lights

Luxcity turns on the lights

19 Oct 2012

CPIT's contribution to Luxcity will stand out while other teams from institutes around the country play with...

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NASDA performs at Elaine Paige

NASDA performs at Elaine Paige

18 Oct 2012

NASDA students were buzzing after a visit from legendary British actress and singer Elaine Paige. Paige told...

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NASDA's lavish Beauty and the Beast

NASDA's lavish Beauty and the Beast

18 Oct 2012

NASDA's third year student Tom Worthington goes out with a bang is how he described playing the...

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CPIT launching nutrition degree

CPIT launching nutrition degree

16 Oct 2012

CPIT is launching a Bachelor of Applied Science degree in human nutrition in 2013*, to complement its...

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CPIT chefs scramble for a cause

CPIT chefs scramble for a cause

15 Oct 2012

CPIT chefs Hugh Wall and David Spice prepared savoury scrambled eggs for 77 residents at the Salvation...

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CPIT student wants youth involved in sustainablity

CPIT student wants youth involved in sustainablity

12 Oct 2012

Sustainability and Outdoor Education student Erin Strampel investigates 'What engages youth in sustainability actions?' ...

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INōMA team 'market ready' for Christmas

INōMA team 'market ready' for Christmas

12 Oct 2012

CPIT's INōMA team was recognised for their innovative PLAYōMA business venture at the Entré awards this week....

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Lecturer’s breast cancer research to inspire change

Lecturer’s breast cancer research to inspire change

11 Oct 2012

Medical Imaging Lecturer James Hayes is encouraging NZ women to reduce their chances of developing breast cancer...

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The ArtBox evolution continues

The ArtBox evolution continues

10 Oct 2012

CCC is all in favour of CPIT's ArtBox project. Their Community, Recreation and Culture Committee has recommended...

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