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Southern Institute of Technology Re-O Week

Southern Institute of Technology (SIT) is welcoming new and returning students at Re-O Week beginning this Wednesday 12 July and running until Friday 14 July.

Multiple activities are organised including a Fat Bastard pie eating competition, sumo wrestling, free candyfloss from the ZM Sweet Station, Bumperball, a free Subway lunch and the ZM prize wheel with prizes on offer throughout the week.

A powhiri will open the festivities at 11am on Wednesday at SIT’s Hansen Hall on the Tay Street campus. Market day stalls with local organisations such as ami insurance, Cornerstone Church, the Cancer Society, STA Travel, YMCA, Civil Defence Southland and Habitat Invercargill will be available to interact with the students.

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