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Hutt City Council stories
Hutt City Libraries computer classes proving a hit
“We’ve had an amazing turnout during term 2. More than 370 people have attended classes with almost all bursting at the seams."
Crowdfunding crucial to Tech Valley growth, researcher says
A researcher from The Open Polytechnic released a statement saying that NZ's Technology Valley will need to depend on crowdfunding for future growth.
Hutt City Council website impressing
“The public has high expectations and websites are changing every year. You can’t afford to get get left behind. It’s important to stay up to date."
Quest to make Hutt Valley tech leader continues with Curious Minds funding
Hutt Valley's success in the 2016 Unlocking Curious Minds Fund has further championed the region for being a tech leader, Chris Bishop says.
Hutt City Council gears up for nine day innovation extravaganza
“We have some of the most innovative companies in the country here in Lower Hutt and it’s fantastic to be able to showcase their hard work."
Second annual Technology Valley Awards promises to be bigger and better than ever
“The Technology Valley Awards are a great way to shine a light on this important part of our local economy, and help showcase the innovation here."
Lower Hutt looks to bring global creative tech hub to NZ
"It works in a similar way to a gym membership but instead of access to fitness equipment, members get what they need to turn an idea into a reality."
Free digital learning programme returns to the Hutt
“As our lives become more and more reliant on computers and the internet, this programme allows people of all ages to gain confidence and knowledge."
Lower Hutt home to NZ's first ever manufacturing startup hub
Lightning Lab Manufacturing is the fifth Lightning Lab to run since its inception in 2013, and the first in New Zealand to centre around hardware.
Free coding workshop targets Kiwi high school students
These school holidays a free web coding workshop will take place at Upper Hutt Central Library for students 14 to 18 years old.
Japanese and NZ students to become virtual buddies
Selected schools in New Zealand and Japan have the opportunity to connect thanks to a collaborative effort by NEC New Zealand and Lower Hutt's Hutt City Council.