Hospitality news articles
Rotorua's newest inner-city cafe aims to help revitalise the hospitality industry helping bridge the gap between the industry and education.
Olive Ona is sharpening her knives and prepping for her toughest competition yet.
Toi Ohomai culinary arts tutor Peter Blakeway has been recognised as one of the industry’s best.
A vibrant inner-city café will soon come to life and bridge the gap between education and the hospitality industry.
Chris Cha always had a passion for baking and creating delicious and intricate works of art, he dreamed of one day opening his very own patisserie.
Collaboration was on the menu when Toi Ohomai hospitality, culinary arts and events students teamed up to put on a Matariki themed dinner.
Passionate foodies, hospitality leaders and producers are uniting today as part of a new collective celebrating the Coastal Bay of Plenty’s evolving food story.
Toi Ohomai culinary arts student, Samantha Warena, has been crowned the North Island winner of the Nestle Golden Chef’s Hat award, which recognises the exceptional talent of New Zealand budding chefs.
A mountain biking event for Rotorua children provided Toi Ohomai students with the perfect setting to get hands-on event management experience.
Toi Ohomai level 5 culinary arts class joined forces with Rotorua Whakaora to prepare more than 400 meals for the community.