SIT and Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi are looking at ways of working together to create new opportunities for students and staff of both institutions.
Southland photographer and SIT graduate Awhina Russell was named runner-up at the Provincial Pride Art Awards for her photo titled 'Into the Blue'.
SIT are hosting a Large Animal Rescue Workshop from January 17-19 to be presented by the Head of the Veterinary Emergency Response Team (VERT), Hayley Squance from Massey University.
Hairdressing will become a more desired career in years to come, one of the Southern Institute of Technology's top hairdressing students says.
Hundreds of Southern Institute of Technology graduates have donned caps and gowns on a sunny Invercargill day to mark the end of their studies.
As hundreds of students graduated from the Southern Institute of Technology, one was reflecting on his own role in making free tertiary education a possibility in Southland.
In Southland, international student enrolment is up by 6 per cent, with 63 more students from overseas in classes.
Mountaineering twins Tashi and Nungshi Malik have both just completed a Graduate Diploma in Sport and Exercise at SIT and are now looking towards building the TashiNungshi Foundation in India.
Interview: The Southland Times quizzed the new Indian recruit to the Southland Hawke Cup cricket team on his background and how he ended up playing up in Southland.
Harsh Visavidiya shifted from India last year to study at SIT after he picked up a John Wright Scholarship. He has made an immediate impact playing for Metro in Southland's senior competition which has included him scoring two centuries.
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