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  • Kapa haka judge Pomare Tawhai will watch more than 60 groups over three days at this year's ASB Polyfest.

    Separating the best from the rest

  • Recruitment is more than just a numbers game for Fia Wilson.

    Passions for people is what drives Fia

  • A Te Wānanga o Aotearoa te reo Māori programme has proved itself so popular that it is struggling to keep pace with demand.

    Home is where the reo is

  • It’s not just tauira that Kaleb Cave thinks about when he’s busy enrolling students for Te Wānanga o Aotearoa.

    Belief behind passionate community advocate

  • Te Wānanga o Aotearoa CEO Dr Jim Mather’s time at the helm of the second largest tertiary provider in New Zealand will end in October after announcing he will not seek a contract extension.

    TWoA CEO does not seek to extend contract

  • Along with claiming the trophy for winning the inaugural Hamilton Sevens last week, the Fiji team also had some extra luggage to take home, thanks to Te Wānanga o Aotearoa kaimahi.

    Fiji take home more than a title

  • Two down, seven to go. That’s the count for the latest season of popular marae makeover programme Marae DIY.

    New season of Marae DIY underway

  • Most social workers, nurses, educators and others working in the caring professions received their training through a typical western education system. To succeed in this system, cultural beliefs are often set aside.

    Experience drives kaiako

  • Inventor Logan Williams is taking an invasive weed out of our rivers and streams to create a sustainable and highly marketable product.

    Kōkiri kicking off

  • Seeing young tauira grow in confidence and make good decisions is one of the things Manny Seinafofeala enjoys most about his work.

    Helping tauira find their way

  • Your iwi could be in Treaty negotiations or progressing through its post-settlement phase. Or you could be considering standing for your hapū trust board, or perhaps a community group.

    Making sense of good governance

  • At 87-years-old, Valmai Whyte could be one of New Zealand’s oldest graduates from a tertiary education programme.

    Nana nails it

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