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15 years of growth for water polo

Water Polo continues to be one of New Zealand’s fastest growing sports and North Harbour Water Polo Club is no different. The club, then known...

Creating a sense of belonging

AUT Millennium’s guiding principle is simple, “be the best you can be”. The organisation’s aim is to support and encourage the community, as a whole,...

Keeping the community healthy & fit

The Sir Owen G. Glenn National Aquatic Centre is dedicated to ensuring that everyone in the community, from babies through to high performance athletes,...

Facilities helping Kiwis fly

Venturing down to the AUT Millennium Indoor Track on the building’s lower ground floor at four o’clock will guarantee you one thing: it will...

15 Years: the best seat in the house

There are not many people who can say that they have had the best seat in the house to watch AUT Millennium grow from...

Sir Graeme Avery: A man on a mission

Sir Graeme Avery has always been a man on a mission and someone who embodies what it means to pursue excellence. The AUT Millennium Chairman...

Feetness Podiatry: 7 serious problems sore feet can indicate

Your feet are complex in their anatomical structure and sensitive to health problems that occur in the body. They can tell you a lot...

HealthZone Medical: Eczema

What is Eczema? Eczema is a common condition where the skin gets dry, itchy, red and inflamed. About 1 out of every 10 children...

Staff Showcase – Ben Quilter

Ben Quilter has been working at AUT Millennium since September 2016 and is a valued Swim Teacher and Deck Supervisor at Swim School. Originally hailing...

How to spot common signs and symptoms of the flu

Initially, the flu may seem like a common cold with a runny nose, sneezing and a sore throat. Colds usually develop slowly, whereas the flu...

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EP 54 – Maria Folau – Positive Parenting, Learning to Shoot,...

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Everyday Champion: Rachel Clarke

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