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  • 24 July, 2020

    Time to make Matariki a public holiday

    This month we once again greeted Matariki as the star constellation rose above the eastern horizons to herald a new year in te Ao Māori.

  • 13 July, 2020

    A star in his own right

    Professor Rangi Mataamua, the Tūhoe astronomer who worked with Te Wānanga o Aotearoa to develop the popular Te Iwa o Matariki roadshow exhibition, has been awarded the Prime Minister’s science communications prize from the Royal Society of New Zealand.

  • 6 July, 2020

    Karate couple explore parenting prowess

    It’s parenting and leadership – and how to do this even better - that has been the focus of their current participation in the two-year He Waka Hiringa Masters of Applied Indigenous Knowledge programme at Te Wānanga o Aotearoa.

  • 3 July, 2020

    Long-term benefits of business study

    It’s taken years of hard work and Alex credits his business studies with Te Wānanga o Aotearoa as providing the base from which the company has grown.

  • 30 June, 2020

    Timely opening for exhibitions

    Two exhibitions opening in Te Awamutu celebrate the past and the future of art at Te Wānanga o Aotearoa.

  • 29 June, 2020

    Tikanga gets Auckland Transport moving

    Including Māori values in their organisational structure is just one of the ways Auckland Transport is building its knowledge base around te Ao Māori and mātauranga Māori.

  • 30 March, 2017

    Offsite activities will be back soon with new form

    You may be thinking about your next team building exercise that could include a day on a ropes course, doing orienteering in the bush or crossfit in the park with tauira.

  • 30 March, 2017

    Safety focus means major changes to the way we teach Raranga

    Te Wānanga o Aotearoa believes changes to the way our raranga programmes are delivered will result in independent, safety-conscious and self-directed learners.

  • 15 June, 2020

    Normalising tikanga on lockdown

    When Te Wairua Smith asked her kids to help host karakia for Te Wānanga o Aotearoa on zoom during lockdown, they didn’t bat an eyelid.

  • 15 June, 2020

    Good tikanga takes time

    “Every day when I’m having conversations with people I have to really process what I’ve learned and try to assess the impact of that knowledge.”

  • 3 June, 2020

    Hamilton deputy mayor carrying torch for te reo

    A desire as a political leader to respect and support te reo is helping fuel Geoff Taylor’s drive to learn more of the language.

  • 26 May, 2020

    Cycles of crisis and Māori resilience

    At Te Wānanga o Aotearoa we are proud of our history and mindful that we are beneficiaries of the foresight and vision of our founding kuia and kaumātua.

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