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  • TWoA rebrand design wins major award

    The design team of Te Wānanga o Aotearoa have received major kudos for our rebrand at a glitzy awards evening.

  • 27 Oct, 2017

    Te Mata Wānanga 2017

    Te Mata Wānanga was a closely fought contest this year but Te Puna Mātauranga once again prevailed.

  • School of Hard Knocks goes to air

    The trials and tribulations of 18 Te Wānanga o Aotearoa tauira who are using rugby to transform their lives has gone to air on Sky TV.

  • Changing mindsets in mental health

    Sara Kinred knows what it looks like when Māori in the mental health and addictions sector aren’t served the way they want - or deserve to be.

  • Listening to her heart

    Airini Forbes had no great connection to Gisborne.

  • One thing leads to another

    When Chelsea Edmonds was taking the STAR Māori Art Drawing Techniques programme while she was attending He Matariki Teen Parent School in 2012, she thought she was "just doing art" for her son.

  • Mastering music

    Henare King is the first to admit he's not that hot with technology, preferring to steer his tauira towards the popular Innovation Hub at Māngere Campus for their hi-tech needs.

  • 11 Oct, 2017

    Remembering them

    Three Te Wānanga o Aotearoa kaimahi are in Belgium to retrace the steps of hundreds of First World War soldiers who died in the bloodiest day of fighting in New Zealand’s history.

  • Home is where the heart is for Hawea

    The Hawea Maehe story begins and ends in Wairoa

  • Billy's boxing on

    Hokowhitu Campus kaiako Billy Meehan has trained 37 national boxing champs and won multiple titles as a fighter himself by putting in untold hours to the sport.

  • Let's get busy

    After starting 2017 with three major events in quick succession – the national waka ama champs, Te Matatini and Polyfest - Te Wānanga o Aotearoa is rounding out the year with four more key projects being hosted in Kirikiriroa and Te Awamutu. 

  • E rere ra e taku poi porotiti

    The new season of the popular television show Marae DIY, which has Te Wānanga o Aotearoa as broadcast sponsor, goes to air this weekend and features the club responsible for one of the country’s most iconic songs.

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