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  • 23 April, 2020

    Research leads to push for recognition

    A Te Wānanga o Aotearoa masters tauira is on a mission to see Pasifika Coastwatchers formally recognised for their efforts during WWII.

  • 19 March, 2020

    Important updates on COVID-19 response

    The health and safety of our tauira and their whānau are paramount for Te Wānanga o Aotearoa. We're taking all necessary precautions in our wānanga to prevent the spread of COVID-19.

  • 13 March, 2020

    Ancient Māori methods for new fitness coaching programme

    The way of the warrior involved tests of fitness, agility and mental sharpness. And now these traditional methods Māori used to maintain their health and wellbeing are being offered as a pathway into the fitness coaching industry.

  • 13 March, 2020

    Mātauranga Māori and western science a winning combination

    Mātauranga Māori (Māori knowledge) and science have combined to help restore kaimoana stocks in Ōhiwa Harbour.

  • 13 March, 2020

    Stepping stone to stage success

    Aspiring actors, directors, musicians and creatives need look no further than their own backyard for their inspiration, a Kawerau kaiako says.

  • 11 March, 2020

    Trinity's roots in music

    Trinity Kaumoana grew up around music and comes from a whānau of amazing singers. Thinking she was one of them, she would sing along with her aunties who would tell her to pipe down because she was too loud.

  • 11 March, 2020

    Turning great ideas into great success

    You might have a great business idea that could change the world and make you millions. Then again, you could be a small business owner wanting to learn more about the essential skills you’ll need in the marketplace.

  • 11 March, 2020

    Tikanga provides benefits at home and work

    Studying tikanga Māori has been helpful for Mandy Crawford Marsters both at work and in her personal life.

  • 6 March, 2020

    Mātauranga Māori helping to tame ngā taniwha

    Battling the taniwha of addiction and poor mental health affecting Māori in the Bay of Plenty takes much aroha, persistence and skill, with progress not perfection important watchwords.

  • 25 February, 2020

    Telling our stories through visual arts

    Taika Waititi said at the Oscars that indigenous people are “the original story tellers” and Johnny Moetara loves nothing more than giving people the skills to tell those stories through art.

  • 25 February, 2020

    Whanau transforming aboard the waka

    A Tauranga family has become thoroughly immersed in the world of waka ama after mum Nakita Te Huia and dad Richard Angell did a Certificate of Waka Ama Level 4 course last year at Te Wānanga o Aotearoa.

  • 21 February, 2020

    Telling stories with technology

    Ōpōtiki residents are being offered the opportunity to learn how to use technology to tell their stories through art.

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