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  • 12 Nov, 2019

    Tamiaho looks to past and future with mau rākau

    Tamiaho Herangi-Searancke started formal traditional learning of mau rākau at the tender age of three from his kuia and kaumatua in the far north (Te Hokianga-nui-a-Kupe, Hokianga-whakapau-karakia).

  • 29 October, 2019

    Taking a big step up for rangatahi

    The 32-year-old kaiako (teacher) for Te Wānanga o Aotearoa in the Bay of Plenty town of Kawerau is stepping up to a new role at head office in Te Awamutu where he’ll be getting even more involved in his passion for youth development.

  • 29 Oct, 2019

    Forestry grads and student win Timberlands prizes

    Two graduates and a current tauira (student) from a new Te Wānanga o Aotearoa Forestry course in Rotorua have won top spots at recent awards from Timberlands Ltd in the Central North Island.

  • 21 Oct, 2019

    Cooking skills trial for rangatahi a big success

    Give someone a fish, feed them for a day. Give them a fishing rod, feed them for a lifetime. That philosophy has underpinned a trial Creations in the kitchen cooking skills programme for rangatahi offered by the Te Wānanga o Aotearoa youth services team this year.

  • 24 July, 2019

    Te Wānanga o Aotearoa is offering an exciting opportunity to bring students closer to their dream career.

    From creating a resume that gets the attention of potential employers, learning important communication skills to developing research and essay writing skills, the NZ Certificate in Study and Career Preparation is for anyone serious about taking a decisive step towards a career.

  • 24 July, 2019

    Introductory Mau Rākau new feature in Mangere course

    An introduction to the ancient Māori martial art of mau rākau is a new feature of a key arts course being offered at the Mangere campus of Te Wānanga o Aotearoa starting at the end of this month.

  • 23 July, 2019

    Making a difference for rangatahi through arts

    A new Māori performing arts course being offered in Whakatane for the first time can help make a real difference in the lives of rangatahi (young people), says its highly experienced kaiako (tutor).

  • 15 July, 2019

    Kawerau campus makes positive waves as it turns 10

    Making a positive difference for local whānau and supporting the community in a myriad of ways is a big buzz for staff at the Kawerau campus of Te Wānanga o Aotearoa, which is celebrating its 10th anniversay this coming Monday 15 July.

  • 15 July, 2019

    Looking to tautoko nga tangata

    Seventeen-year-old Maea Summers likes helping people and she’s working with the Waikato-based Youth Services team at Te Wānanga o Aotearoa to help find the best way for her to do that professionally.

  • 20 May, 2019

    New focus on doing good

    From being something of a self-confessed, unmotivated teenage “ratbag”, Joshua Wallace is now focused on establishing himself in a sound career as a police officer where he can help others.

  • 20 May, 2019

    Honouring his tipuna through te reo

    For Arran Pene, his developing proficiency in te reo Māori is, in part, about paying tribute to his tīpuna

  • 1 May, 2019

    Royal approval for writing

    An academic article written by a Te Wānanga o Aotearoa tauira has been given the seal of approval from the highest level.

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