- AU Tea's winning brew
24 Sep 2012
The copious cups of tea have paid off for the AUT team in the Dilmah High Tea Challenge this week.
Third year Bachelor of International Hospitality Management student Nicole Gomes and Senior Lecturer in Culinary Arts John Kelleher were awarded a gold medal and the runner-up spot in the competition.
- AUT sport labs open day
21 Sep 2012
On Auckland’s North Shore is one of the top three sport facilities of its kind in the world. That was how Dr Jacques Rogge, the president of the International Olympic Committee, described AUT Millennium at an official opening late last year.
This Saturday the public has an opportunity to see the AUT’s SPRINZ clinics in action and get a better understanding of how they too can benefit from the world-class facility.
- Endangered languages in the 21st Century to be discussed
12 Sep 2012
How globalisation, technology and new media are affecting endangered languages in the 21st Century will be addressed at the XVI Foundation for Endangered Languages Conference starting this morning at AUT University.
- Today's 9 year olds – tomorrow's problem gamblers?
12 Sep 2012
A study of gambling habits in Pasifika families (mothers and children) has revealed children as young as nine are betting with money.
- AUT University Receives International Recognition
11 Sep 2012
The latest set of world rankings has placed AUT University in the top 500 for the first time. As New Zealand’s newest university it is a significant achievement to already be receiving international acknowledgment.
- Gold for Cameron
3 Sep 2012
Communications graduate, Cameron Leslie has won gold in a world record time at the London Paralympics.
Cameron, who will soon take up a role with the Northern Advocate as a sports reporter, was the winner of the 150 metre Individual Medley.
Last updated: 04 Sep 2012 9:15am