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  • noun New Zealand A polytechnic.

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Examples

  • Got into a high-pressure course at what's now called the Auckland University of Technology then it was ATI, a glorified polytech.

    My Writer's Journey - part one

  • Got into a high-pressure course at what's now called the Auckland University of Technology then it was ATI, a glorified polytech.

    Archive 2009-04-01

  • This is the local polytech, and because you get your hair done by well-supervised trainees, they only charge $30 for colour, and $10 for a cut.

    Surrealness, or hairdressing terminology gets me every time

  • The students, from the Harare Polytechnic, were later freed on bail on charges of public violence allegedly committed after weeks of unrest at both the polytech and the University of Zimbabwe.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • A good maths/physics grad should be able to go just about anywhere yet the teaching unions have, until very recently, insisted that a good maths/physics teacher be paid the same as some useless polytech, social studies grad.

    The Guardian World News

  • I met a rugby league star-in-the making on Saturday, covering off many things in our conversation including his ambitions in the game, rugby v rugby league, the influence of his older brother in dragging him to the 13-man code and his polytech studies.

    Bay of Plenty Times

  • Last week the Government has announced 78 appointees to 20 polytech councils.

    National Business Review (NBR) New Zealand

  • Final ministerial appointment to polytech council made

    National Business Review (NBR) New Zealand

  • A Nelson student leader says Government cuts to polytech funding are a knife to the heart of the country's smaller regions.

    Radio New Zealand News Headlines

  • The Nelson-Marlborough Institute of Technology is proposing to axe 20 staff and two courses as the Government reduces funding to the polytech sector by about $20 million from next year.

    Radio New Zealand News Headlines

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