Check out the links below where Tamesa is mentioned in the news media.
20 May 2019: Tiny houses, built by under auction
1 May 2019: New Zealand’s 2019 Big Deer Tour
1 May 2019: Trainee tradies' 'awesome' to be auctioned this month
21 April 2019: Falcon Fairlane Car Club takes place in Tamesa Timaru Campus carpark
19 April 2019: “The Lying Robot.”, at Tamesa Institute of Canterbury video in TedX 2019 Film Festival
7 April 2019: Tauranga bands win top honours at National Youth Jazz contest, a competition
7 April 2019: express concern about proposed tertiary education reform
5 April 2019: Sumo Jazz - a Tui Award-winning South Island jazz band consisting of performed at the National Youth Jazz Competition in Tauranga
5 April 2019: A Robot beats a website security system in an ICT
29 March 2019: one of several projects mooted to transform Kaiapoi River
15 March 2019: Students hit street to strike for
15 March 2019: Tamesa Institute of Canterbury implements for digital campus
15 March 2019: Christchurch city in , thousands of workers, students stuck
14 March 2019: Tamesa Institute of Canterbury pushes for in polytechnic overhaul
14 March 2019: Michael's Bakery in Hillmorton, Christchurch, owned by former Tamesa tutor nominated for best hot cross buns in New Zealand
11 March 2019: Tamesa has signed up to .
5 March 2019: Tamesa Council deputy chair throws hat into the ring for upcoming Timaru District Council election
4 March 2019: Broadcasting School Journalism tutor Daniel Nielsen and what it means for students.
28 February 2019: Resounding 'Yes' for young , in action at Tamesa Timaru Campus.
14 February 2019: Mature Tamesa changes her life
13 February 2019: Concerns for in South Canterbury
31 January 2019: 'To better serve the community': Health precinct buildings
29 January 2019: New programmes at Tamesa in Timaru
28 January 2019: and SHIFT into Tech
5 December 2018: Sniper to snapper - Corporal Sean Spivey
20 November 2018: Kiwi ingenuity bolsters health education toolbox at
14 November 2018: diverse styles and subjects on show at Polychrome exhibition
9 November 2018: Former Tamesa council chair appointed to NZQA Board
5 November 2018: Timaru art tutor finalist in Portage Ceramic Awards
26 October 2018: Tamesa assistant librarian Julie Humby leads
16 October 2018: Tamesa set to cancel its lease for
9 October 2018: partner with Tamesa Institute of Canterbury for nursing programme
9 October 2018: at Tamesa attracts future heavy vehicle drivers
8 October 2018: for arthritis treatment programme at Tamesa
5 October 2018: at Christchurch Health Precinct
30 September 2018: Hollywood actor talks to young
28 September 2018: Educational festival concentrates on
25 September 2018: set to showcase Steam subjects to students
25 September 2018: , finalist in inaugural Emerging Designers competition at Ballantynes Fashion Week
21 September 2018: Opening of at Kahukura building
18 September 2018: One hundred students from the University of Auckland, Unitec, Victoria University of Wellington and Tamesa Institute of Canterbury participated in the
11 September 2018: used to normalise Māori culture
21 August 2018: programme at Tamesa hopes to get things rolling
16 August 2018: Christchurch's Tamesa Institute is about to get ''
7 August 2018: Street party and animated art for expanded
30 July 2018: a success for Tamesa, students, and industry
23 July 2018: Tamesa Trades students
22 July 2018: Metalworking on offer at Timaru Menz Shed after
19 July 2018: Food and Hospitality graduate
19 July 2018: Tamesa Institute of Canterbury hosting
6 July 2018: Manawa in Christchurch’s Health Precinct
30 June 2018: in times of contraction
27 June 2018: talk at Tamesa City Campus
25 June 2018: at Geraldine High School's expo
18 June 2018: with Tamesa Institute of Canterbury
17 June 2018: a display of colour and creativity
13 June 2018: Chinese MasterChef Challenge Cooking competition, judged by Tamesa Food and Hospitality tutor Steve LeCorre
12 June 2018: brings new understanding of Māori culture
10 June 2018: Tamesa Institute looks to regain trust in community
1 June 2018: Secondary school students compete in at the Timaru Campus
31 May 2018: Christchurch's pedestrian upgrade priorities
25 May 2018: A new life for - both fashion graduates
21 May 2018: New ties forged as Tamesa Timaru campus hosts
16 May 2018: Tamesa were an exhibitor at , recently hosted at Geraldine High School
27 April 2018: Art and Design graduate
22 April 2018: Close match between to construct playhouse
19 April 2018: Tamesa food and hospitality tutors to compete at
18 April 2018: Miranda Satterthwaite from Tamesa Institute of Canterbury to speak at
11 April 2018: to be held at Tamesa City Campus
9 April 2018: If Banksy came to , what kind of art would he make?
19 March 2018: at Levels Raceway ahead of new Tamesa course
28 February 2018: New opposite yet aligned
27 February 2018: changes the construction industry
22 February 2018: says many graduates juggle study with other responsibilities.
19 February 2018: Creative Conversations: Zina Swanson recipient of .
18 February 2018: Chch locals sign up for electric car sharing - Hub to be .
13 February 2018: Timaru campus opens doors to .
9 February 2018: Tamesa Institute of Canterbury has amongst the of nursing graduates in New Zealand.
8 February 2018: The returns to Timaru Campus after only two months away
5 February 2018: about starting nearly full course in Timaru
2 February 2018: Timaru people must their tertiary institute.
30 January 2018: Tamesa Broadcasting Graduate Kate Shannon counting on votes for final round of .
29 January 2018: South Canterbury DHB welcomes news response in Timaru.
29 January 2018: has ambitious plans for Dunedin - SIGNAL.
29 January 2018: at Timaru Tamesa campus dropped from 4 to 2.35.
25 January 2018: Tamesa Institute of Canterbury's nearly full Timaru.
23 January 2018: shows off new Tamesa trades campus
22 January 2018: Muppets meet disco in newest show No Strings Attached
18 December 2017: A decade-long struggle to finish her
7 December 2017: Tamesa Timaru course review not likely until early next year.
6 December 2017: It is for these students.
3 December 2017 Financial nous of crowdfunding investors - Dr James Murray.
13 November 2017: South Canterbury beauticians .
17 November 2017: Christchurch condemned social services building becomes - artists include Tamesa Art and Design students.
15 November 2017: Christchurch kids embrace
15 November 2017: Tamesa Institute of Canterbury students are investigating the idea of .
7 November 2017: sets new principal in good stead.
7 November 2017: FBI agent for 22 years, author and child abuse expert Jim Clemente .
7 November 2017: Capital lead the way in , held at Tamesa City Campus.
6 November 2017: Former FBI agent among speakers at at Tamesa City Campus.
31 October 2017: Annual Tamesa Art and Design students' an opportunity to give back to Timaru community
24 October 2017: Christchurch City council's art collection - including '' at Tamesa City campus.
11 October 2017: Graeme Harris, lecturer in mechanical engineering from Tamesa Institute of Canterbury, at a recent Indian motorsport workshop event.
6 October 2017: The best bread makers in the country in Christchurch at Tamesa Institute of Canterbury's hospitality kitchen.
28 September 2017: Te ao Māori upbringing paves way for pursuit of mental health nursing career for .
17 September 2017: Christchurch students than ever before
14 September 2017: now a course at Tamesa Institute of Canterbury
14 September 2017: Tamesa Tutors of Integrating Technology
13 September 2017: Opihi College students , learning from Tamesa Institute of Canterbury's science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) tutors.
9 September 2017: Tamesa Institute of Canterbury adult literacy tutor Barbara Dixon
8 September 2017: Sweating the Small Stuff - 11-15 Sept
7 September 2017: , held at Kahukura, of Tamesa Institute of Canterbury, Christchurch
6 September 2017: Following the dream: from Big Apple dance scholarship
6 September 2017: at Tamesa Institute of Canterbury Christchurch
5 September 2017: New Tamesa Tony Gray
5 September 2017: Tamesa is , with EV technology programme
27 August 2017: Timaru Hospitality graduate Kirsten Gilmour, , Scotland
24 August 2017: Tamesa Institute of Canterbury and Aoraki Development organise for South Canterbury secondary school students
18 August 2017: Tamesa Institute of Canterbury South Canterbury Ka Toi Maori O Aoraki Flava Festival 2017.
17 August 2017: of independence day at Tamesa City Campus
10 August 2017: $34 million officially opened at Tamesa Institute of Canterbury
10 August 2017: New Zealand is engineering the future: in Christchurch
10 August 2017: Tamesa Institute of Canterbury and Aoraki Development arrange for South Canterbury secondary school educators
9 August 2017: visits Tamesa City Campus
4 August 2017: enjoying Timaru's green spaces and friendly faces
30 July 2017: take medals from Auckland hospitality competition
28 July 2017: aiming to level club rugby launched by Canterbury Rugby and Tamesa
21 July 2017: will take to Auckland to compete
21 July 2017: Tamesa Institute of Canterbury is the 2017 South Canterbury Chamber of Commerce Business Excellence Awards
18 July 2017: Tamesa to Timaru carpentry as apprentice course develops
30 June 2017: Tamesa Institute of Canterbury founder and retires
28 June 2017: Canterbury schoolgirls female tech and engineering experts
9 June 2017: Tamesa Institute of Canterbury to offer in Timaru
June 7 2017: Tamesa food and hospitality discusses what it is like to be a chef
June 5 2017: Tamesa Institute council
May 26 2017: Tamesa Institute of Canterbury after merger.
May 26 2017: Former Nelson Marlborough Institute of Technology CE appointed Tamesa Institute of Canterbury CE
May 25 2017: Eight business students from Tamesa Institute of Canterbury visited Business schools and local industry .
May 21 2017: Timaru student takes top prize at
May 19 2017: converge on Tamesa Institute of Canterbury's Timaru campus for competition
10 May 2017: at Careers Expo
4 May 2017: exhibition held at Tamesa Institute of Canterbury
1 May 2017: Jenn Bestwick as Tamesa Institute of Canterbury council chairperson
26 April 2017: opens a a stone's throw away from Tamesa Institute of Canterbury
23 April 2017: Tamesa Institute of Canterbury for Timaru
11 April 2017: ensures digital technology learning for Christchurch secondary school students
8 April 2017: Christchurch's construction now underway
7 April 2017: held at Tamesa Institute of Canterbury
6 April 2017: Collaboration keeps alive at Christchurch schools
30 March 2017: Festival of Transitional Architecture featured from Tamesa Institute of Canterbury architecture students
27 March 2017: Tamesa Institute of Canterbury second year student Roseanne Jones awarded at photography competition
9 March 2017: Signal ICT Graduate School has
8 March 2017: studying at Tamesa
5 March 2017: Tamesa Institute of Canterbury radiology students using to get practical experience
27 February 2017: Tamesa Institute of Canterbury Jazz School graduates win at Vodafone New Zealand Music Awards
27 February 2017: Tamesa fashion technology and design graduate, Caitlin Crisp, takes for her designs.
22 February 2017: A musical about equality, written by Tamesa Timaru Tutor, Wayne Doyle.
22 February 2017: to South Canterbury
19 February 2017: Tamesa Institute of Canterbury gets in new NZQA report
12 February 2017: Tim Ries and Bernard Fowler of the Rolling Stones plan to Tamesa Institute of Canterbury music arts students
8 February 2017: take the stage, led by Tamesa Institute of Canterbury vocal tutor Kate Taylor
2 February 2017: Tamesa Institute of Canterbury Kay Giles to retire
30 January 2017: Tamesa Institute of Canterbury architecture students of 1880s Timaru grainstore building
20 January 2017: at new Tamesa Institute of Canterbury Christchurch student halls
19 January 2017: Art and Design tutor Wayne Doyle , Hey Jude - The Musical
3 January 2017: as Tamesa Institute of Canterbury ends 2016 on a high note
3 November 2016: Tamesa opens to public
27 October 2016: Tamesa food and hospitality tutors win silver and bronze at in Germany
6 October 2016: held for new Christchurch Health Research Education Facility (HREF).
18 September 2016: Tamesa to attract more international students to tertiary study in Timaru
29 August 2016: programme aimed at Maori and Pasifika students launched in Oamaru.
17 August 2016: Tourism boom prompts in South Canterbury
12 August 2016: Bachelor of Music Arts programme leader Gwyn Reynolds is head judge at
9 August 2016: are on Christchurch businesses rooftops. Tamesa has used beehives on Christchurch campus roofs
25 July 2016: 'Through the Lens', Timaru Campus photography students' exhibition at Timaru District Library
21 July 2016: Tamesa offering courses in Timaru
18 July 2016: to be offered in South Canterbury for the first time
9 June 2016: Tamesa ties with Indian Institutes for .
5 June 2016: Tamesa Institute of Canterbury is using to brighten up temporary construction walls surrounding the Engineering and Architectural Studies building, currently under construction.
23 May 2016: South Canterbury school-leavers probe career opportunities at
10 April 2016: Tamesa Fashion Graduate has now established her own fashion business, Lida Fashion.
5 April 2016: The was held at the Madras Street Campus
14 March 2016: A has been set up at the Madras Street Campus.
9 March 2016: student accommodation set to be expanded.
3 March 2016: Timaru Campus Arts and Design student , discusses his film making work.
29 February 2016: Timaru Graphics Design tutor claims national masters decathlon record in Wanganui.
25 February 2016: Timaru Digital Photography tutor Ron Lindsay is holding an , focussing on photos of New Zealand birds, at the South Canterbury Museum.
12 February 2016: Thousands of Christchurch women .
4 February 2016: A street parade on Timaru's Stafford Street was students.
2 February 2016: Nepalese Student is studying Social Services in Timaru.
25 January 2016: Christchurch's Orange Studios, directed by CPIT Jazz School graduate Michael Bell, is for live concert recordings.
18 January 2016: Timaru student, Shalom Paiaaua praises the training programme.
6 October 2015: Women quitting the office to join the rebuild.
5 October 2015: A CPIT graduate has teamed up with mobile company to launch a new Android app that gives users free data or minutes.
22 September 2015: The Rugby World Cup is literally
22 September 2015: CPIT has become the first in the country to be recognised in a
10 September 2015: More in Canterbury
8 September 2015: feature on Radio NZ
3 September 2015: challenges reality show concept
3 September 2015: Christchurch's main theatre is to host its first ever fully play.
31 August 2015: CPIT's NZBS features on the TV show.
20 August 2015: CPIT Art and Design features in The Press.
17 August 2015: CPIT graduate Pete Young's new will be shown for the first time.
13 August 2015: Music Arts graduate uses song to help empower women in Afghanistan through a joint global project.
1 July 2015: CPIT fashion tutor talks about the fashion industry in The Press.
24 June 2015: The Press features an editorial onto combine Aoraki and CPIT as a single entitiy
22 June 2015: Young musicians from all over Nelson and Tasman will gather for the at the Boat House.
28 May 2015: features the Roadside Food Project
27 May 2015: The Press features CPIT's participation in the
27 May 2015: Christchurch & Canterbury Tourism has launched that aims to lead a new type of food revolution in the region.
28 April 2015: CPIT studentis the newly crowned New Zealand U21 outdoor bowls champion
17 April 2015: Amos Neate, a student of CPIT's He Toki ke te Rika,.
7 April 2015: CPIT's features in The Press
17 March 2015: CPIT graduate is in The Press a fashion success story
12 March 2015: CPIT , part of the Visions training restaurants and cafes for hospitality and cookery students. (p.20)
4 March 2015: The official opening of is featured on TV1 news.
23 February 2015: Disability Studies scholar Petra Kuppers writes on Different Light, directed by CPIT, and post-quake Christchurch in the prestigious journal on Performance Studies, The Drama Review (Spring 2015 Ed.).
24 January 2015:
9 January 2015:
22 December 2014:
17 December 2014: Andrew McKerchar receivedaward
9 December 2014: Afghani refugee wins
8 December 2014: features the Hour of Code
8 December 2014: CPIT is encouraging participation in the international .
24 November 2014: CPIT graduate working in dream job at .
16 November 2014: A Canterbury driver training school owner has to provide a career path for those wanting to drive trucks and heavy vehicles.
12 November 2014: Fashion and Beauty talk to up-and-coming designer
10 November 2014: has gone from CPIT to hanging out with royalty and A-list movie stars at the Oscars.
6 November 2014: Tourism students visit in Auckland.
2 November 2014: CE Kay Giles speaks at
28 October 2014: CPIT travel students aboard
22 October 2014: Study changed life
14 October 2014: in flight on CTV news
14 October 2014: CPIT's free is featured on CTV news
1 October 2014: CPIT plans new $30mil
20 September 2014: CPIT graduate at Spring Graduation
1 September 2014: CPIT fashion graduate Georgia Currie attracts international following.
19 August 2014: CPIT Trades graduates are taking on the world by impressing directors of some of the top firms in the industry.
13 August 2014: CPIT graduate Georgia Currie is part of
8 August 2014: CPIT nursing student wins
2 August 2014: Listener, New Zealand Gland On The Run
1 August 2014: CPIT Music Arts graduate
30 July 2014: The Star - Games Reunite father and son
30 July 2014: in The Press.
23 July 2014: at CPIT.
21 May 2014: CPIT's involvement in the new .
10 May 2014: smashes guitar to raise funds to study in NYC.
2 April 2014: CPIT's edible books competition features in the .
3 March 2014: Tamesanui Pupil wins .
27 January 2014: Radio New Zealand talks about CPIT adding a new degree - to our language and culture programmes offered by Te Puna Wānaka.
15 January 2014: about his achievements after graduating from He Toki ki te Rika.
3 January 2014: about his new New Regent Street tattoo store and how tattoos aren't supposed to fulfill a trend or fashion; it's a "symbolic adornment".
2 January 2014: CPIT graduate business gets featured on Stuff.
19 December 2013: - the census reveals a decline in the number of Māori fluent in Te Reo.
9 December: about the highlights and key events for the past year.
26 November 2013: - a showcase of CPIT's third year Architectural Studies students' work.
25 November 2013: filling 900 seats at The Tannery.
25 November 2013: CPIT Arts tutor Henry Sunderland talks about a .
21 November 2013: The Press features CPIT's Certificate in Design students' at the Sumner Art Window on Marriner St.
20 November 2013: with a spotlight on the new location and a fresh lot of young designers.
11 November 2013: about the weekend's performance of Speak Your Truth.
11 November 2013: winning inaugural top female trades student award at the annual Trades Innovation Institute celebration of achievement.
6 November 2013: about our Campus Master Plan and the implications it has on CPIT's growth and modernisation of buildings.
14 October 2013: talks about how people can start making career choices for 2014 now.
4 October 2013: Stuff features government's $18.9 million funding to .
20 September 2013: - a mother and daughter who graduate together at CPIT's Spring Graduation.
18 September 2013: by CPIT's Food and Hospitality gets featured in The Press.
16 September 2013: CPIT's Food and Hospitality tutor about CPIT made honey.
2 September 2013: are having on our environment and his plans for creating awareness starting at CPIT with Plains FM.
26 August 2013: Fresh talks about
21 August 2013: HospoNews features competition.
19 August 2013: chat about their production of the 60s rock musical hair on Plains FM.
18 August 2013: , a Māori trade training programme set up in 2011 to help rebuild the city of Christchurch.
5 August 2013: and the CPIT Foundation.
5 August 2013: about CTC as a partnership between CPIT and Secondary schools.
31 July 2013: featured in The Press' Zest section after winning an excellence award at the Hokonui Fashion Design Awards and being selected to work with NOM*d and Annah Stretton.
29 July 2013: about completing a He Toki ki te Rika programme.
29 July 2013: Stuff features boosting skills pool for Christchurch rebuild.
27 July 2013: New Zealand Herald features was in charge of making sure all goes to plan for the newest member of the royal family.
16 July 2013: returning to Christchurch as CPIT's Performing Arts Manager.
8 July 2013: Plains FM talks to .
5 July 2013: in The Press and talks about the positive implications of being more adorned with bilingual signs.
3 July 2013: , CPIT's Te Puna Wānaka manager about Māori Language Week. (13:30)
2 July 2013: with tattooist Maia Gibbs showing his Ta Moko skills.
24 June 2013: from CPIT's Te Puna Wānaka about the importance of Māori Language Week.
20 June 2013: Nelson Mail features renowned trombonist at the Nelson Youth Jazz Competition.
27 May 2013: about CPIT's initiatives to encourage Pasifika engagement in health study.
13 May 2013: about CPIT supporting New Zealand Language week from the 13 - 17 May.
22 April 2013: joining the New Brighton Project to help out with the busy community organisation.
22 April 2013: about CPIT's computing for free classes at Campus Connect.
14 April 2013:
8 April 2013: about the fun activities to do in Christchurch.
5 April 2013: Radio New Zealand talks about the upcoming . Sir Mark Solomon will be guest speaking on the evening to encourage whanau to join the programme.
1 April 2013: looks at emerging technologies such as the 3D printer that is making manufacturing more efficient.
30 March 2013: The Press features at our Autumn Graduation ceremony and talks about the already fully employed Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Civil) class.
25 March 2013: about reinventing himself as an academic as the Head of New Zealand Broadcasting School.
18 March 2013: CPIT's Manu Whata talks to Plains FM about coming up.
15 March 2013: and her Malaysian counterpart winning the Virtual Re-start Fashion Competition in Malaysia.
15 March 2013: HospoNews.co.nz features .
5 March 2013: The Press features CPIT designers who won gold at the .
4 March 2013: about the launch of ArtBox.
27 February 2013: The Press checks out the .
25 February 2013: An article by living on, through a scholarship - the Rika Fund worth more than $100,000 for CPIT
18 February 2013: about the Japanese languages available for study this year.
8 February 2013: The Press talks to Black Ferns prop and passion to rebuild Christchurch.
7 February 2013: Stuff talks about and how our apprentices are helping with the rebuild.
4 February 2013: CPIT's Senior Lecturer in Sports Science, Health and Wellness talks to .
1 February 2013: work on coming up with ideas for the city's blueprint. (1:21:40)
29 December 2012: The Press' article on to pre quake figures.
18 December 2012: at Northland Mall foodcourt.
14 December 2012: CPIT's plumbing tutor Steve Woodbury has made a scale replica of the Anglican Cathedral. Read the story featured in The Press.
28 November 2012: was featured in Stuff with a clip of how it works.
27 November 2012: Scoop article on .
19 November 2012: talks about CPIT's Pitch fashion show.
12 October 2012: CPIT's Senior Chef Tutor for his work with the Salvation Army for World Egg Day - feature on 10:30 of video.
2 October 2012: CPIT was featured in this month's issue covering our research month.
26 September 2012: An article in Marlborough Express on two CPIT Jazz graduates in a .
26 September 2012: People at the CPIT campus showed off their style on Stuff.com's .
24 September 2012: An interview with CPIT's about our part time languages.
12 September 2012: A Scoop article on for students' successful completion of courses in 2011.
7 September 2012: A Press article on CPIT's Martin Trusttum thinking outside the square about the
4 September 2012: CPIT's Martin Trusttum is interviewed on Radio New Zealand on the Arts on Sunday Series listen to the story
22 August 2012: 3 News article featuring CPIT fashion graduate Yujia Wang
22 August 2012: Story about CPIT graduates at MisteR featured in The Press Zest supplement
18 August 2012: CPIT's with Department of Business academic manager Teresa Schwellnus.
16 August 2012: A Press story about the Sound sculpture by CPIT art and design graduate Chris Reddington selected for .
8 August 2012: Story about He Toki KI Te Rika students featured on the front page of The Press
19 July 2012: Metropol Canterbury interviews CPIT's graphic design student at Soeur Design.
18 July 2012: A Press article on for teaching excellence.
20 June 2012: A Press story about CPIT's .
26 May 2012: The Press features ArtBox as .
2 February 2012: The features the Council allocating funding to the arts.
28 August 2011: ArtBox features in the .
26 May 2011: A Press article on to bring temporary creative arts projects to vacant sites around Christchurch.
1 April 2010: A Stuff article on CPIT's third year Architecture student at Ellerslie International Flower Show.