This is the latest news from Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology. Read about our students and graduates, our staff and our activities.
|Cooking up new ideas with free computing course||With a culinary career spanning 50 years, Remy Zibung knows plenty about fine cuisine, but the 71-year old recently decided it was his computer skills that needed spicing up.|
|Nikki Kelly Seals Place Among The World's Whitewater Elite||Toi Ohomai adventure tourism tutor and kayak coach Nikki Kelly has been inducted into the International Whitewater Hall of Fame.|
|Saunoa's top of the class in business administration||Saunoa Pau has gone from someone who worried about her grades to excelling at Business Administration and Technology|
|A new star emerges at the Rotorua Museum Art Awards||Bachelor of Creative Industries students, Cheyenne Rose, has won the emerging artist award at the recent Rotorua Museum Art Awards.|
|Bringing an adventurous heart to fashion||29-year-old Lyndon Sheehan is in his third year of a Bachelor of Creative Industries degree – and is already making waves in the fashion world by taking out two awards at the recent Hokonui Design Awards.|
|Toi Ohomai celebrates Diwali festival of lights||Singing, dancing and vibrant colours were on full display as Indian students celebrated Diwali in Rotorua.|