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Students win Waikato secondary schools ag-challenge
20 October 2016
Skills learnt on the family farm gave Hugh Jackson and Angus Kelly the competitive edge needed to win the Waikato secondary schools ag-challenge over the weekend.
National competition for AgriBiz students
2 August 2016
St Paul’s Collegiate School students Quinn Bowie (Year 12) and Brad Edwards (Year 12) competed in the national TeenAg competition in Timaru in July.
Boring device impresses judges in Fieldays competition
18 July 2016
A boring device has risen above its competitors in an innovation-focused competition.
App to keep workers safe
8 July 2016
Young innovators Aneil Khatkar, Connor Steer and Carter Brydon from St Paul’s Collegiate School created interest with their concept for Fell Safe – a new app and software that would be installed into either a watch or FitBit to minimise injury and death on forestry worksites.
Students make boring easy
23 June 2016
A group of St Paul’s Collegiate School’s Agribusiness students won the Young Innovator of the Year title at Fieldays.
Students win Fieldays innovation award
18 June 2016
They might only be teenagers but four high school students have already come up with their first invention – and it has won an award at the Fieldays Innovation Awards.
Innovations winners revolutionising agribusiness
16 June 2016
St Paul’s Collegiate School’s Agribusiness students have been awarded Young Innovator of the Year at Fieldays 2016.
Donny Trust gives boost to agri-education
31 May 2016
Four agribusiness scholarships, to the secondary school at the forefront of New Zealand’s first academic-based agribusiness programme, will be on offer at Fieldays this year.
Agribusiness students meet with Governor-General
4 May 2016
St Paul’s Agribusiness students met with the Governor-General of New Zealand, Sir Jerry Mateparae, on Glen Emmreth Farm in Taupo owned by former St Paul’s parents Mike and Sharon Barton.
New Hamilton learning centre for agri-business students
13 April 2016
A learning centre has just been opened at St Paul’s Collegiate in Hamilton which will be used to teach the new agri-business achievement standards.
Key opens new agribusiness hub
13 April 2016
A new agribusiness hub at St Paul’s Collegiate School in Hamilton is going to encourage more youngsters to get involved with the sector, says Prime Minister John Key.
Agribusiness to set standards
12 April 2016
The Ministry of Education has committed to developing Agribusiness achievement standards for senior students in New Zealand secondary schools.
NZ first launched at St Paul’s school
12 April 2016
The Ministry of Education is to develop agribusiness achievement standards for senior students in New Zealand secondary schools.
Ministry of Education gives green light to Agribusiness in schools
7 April 2016
The Ministry of Education have committed to developing Agribusiness achievement standards for senior students in New Zealand secondary schools.
Agri Investment Week kicks off
16 March 2016
The official launch of Agri Investment Week is kicking off in style with youth speakers taking the helm.
Student takes centre stage at NZ Agri Investment Week
16 March 2016
The official launch of the inaugural New Zealand Agri Investment Week yesterday provided three talented young speakers with the chance to present how they see the future of agri in New Zealand.
Up and coming agri
8 March 2016
The children are the future, but how well do they know the in’s and out’s of agri? 17-year-old Greer Baldwin, an Agribusiness student at St Paul’s Collegiate in Hamilton, sat down with us to give the inside scoop.
Musterers secure spot at TeenAg nationals
29 February 2016
St Paul’s Collegiate School took two teams to the Waikato/Bay of Plenty regional TeenAg competition in Huntly on Saturday, which is the secondary school equivalent of the Young Farmer of the Year competition.
Daring to be different pays dividends
17 August 2015
Out on Waikato’s west coast, surfers put their suspensions to the test along unsealed Te Akau South Rd as they follow the surf guide’s directions to a sandy break where it’s promised the Tasman Sea will deliver them challenging right and left hand waves.
'Outside-the-box' ideas to attract agri workers
22 June 2015
The theme at the Fieldays event at Mystery Creek was "growing our capability in agribusiness" and there were some interesting ideas to attract workers.
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