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  • 22 June, 2017

    Catching up with Aoife

    If you could bottle Irish scholar Aofie Finn’s passion for te reo Māori – you could have a remedy for stimulating Māori interest in the Māori language.

  • 22 June, 2017

    Internship recipients announced

    Doctoral students Hohepa Maclean and Koko Hotere have been announced as the first recipients of internships to work on the flagship He Rongoā tō te reo Māori – Te Reo Māori as a form of healing rangahau project at Te Wānanga o Aotearoa.

  • 22 June, 2017

    Summer bounces back

    Although Summer Rose Johnson found out the hard way that high school was not for her, she's happily learning that her education still counts.

  • 22 June, 2017

    Tauira Experience Survey - Update

    More than 4000 tauira have so far responded to our 2017 Tauira Experience Survey, but there's still time for more tauira to have their say.

  • Adele takes out top award

    A passion for sign language and entrepreneurship has boosted Te Wānanga o Aotearoa graduate Adele Sauer into a DIGMYIDEA 2017 award-winner.

  • Graduate is the bomb

  • 7 June, 2017

    WIPCE warm up

    A Rangahau Symposium being held in Hamilton this month provides an opportunity to hear presentations which will be delivered at World Indigenous Peoples Conference of Education (WIPCE) in Toronto, Canada in July.

  • 7 June, 2017

    Tauira tell it like it is

    2017 Tauira Experience Survey gets underway today, with all current tauira being sent an email inviting them to take part and provide feedback on the services Te Wānanga o Aotearoa provides to support them and their studies.

  • Te Wānanga o Aotearoa congratulates new Knight

    Te Wānanga o Aotearoa is immensely proud that one of its long-serving exemplars of Māori language tuition and revitalisation, Dr Tīmoti Kāretu, has been awarded a Knighthood.

  • 1 June, 2017

    Register Hazards Online

    A new hazard register form will help to ensure a safer working environment for Te Wānanga o Aotearoa kaimahi.

  • 1 June, 2017

    Carpark speed limits – there’s a good reason why they’re so low

    You were caught up in traffic on your way to mahi and are now running late for your 9am hui.

  • 24 May, 2017

    Willie builds a better future

    Putting study into the mix when you're working full time is no mean feat, but for Willie Faalili, the challenge was worth it. Between labouring jobs, helping his family and warehouse work, the 31-year-old completed a Certificate in Applied Technology.

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