Invercargill-based band 'Nation' credit SIT with attracting quality musicians and audio technicians to the south, contributing to the "tight-knit, healthy" live music scene.
SIT pre-trade hairdressing students Chloe Hetaraka and Ashley Sinclair came away victorious from the Hairdresser of the Year Awards (Southland Region) last weekend.
Diploma in Beauty Therapy students were delighted to host residents from Calvary Hospital for a manicure and pedicure pamper session last week.
Thirteen SIT Bachelor of Fashion students have entered this weekend's Hokonui Fashion Awards and eight Beauty Therapy students are assisting with make up for the models.
Hip-hop star Savage will perform in Invercargill on Saturday night.
The show, to be performed at Barluca, is part of activities for SIT Re-O Week.
Bachelor of Information Technology students from SIT offered technical support at a recent robotics workshop hosted by Central Southland College.
SIT Chief Executive Penny Simmonds welcomed home a delighted Southland Basketball General Manager Jill Bolger after the Sharks' NBL championship win.
Eddie Dawkins set a new track record in the 200m flying sprint qualifying at the Grand Prix of Poland at the weekend, clocking a superb 9.914s.
The wider community is reaping the benefits of a much-debated investment in professional sport, Southland community funders say.
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