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  • Mel feels at home in Māngere

    When it comes to inspirational wāhine, Mel Yeng Tung is the real deal.

  • Kōkiri crew heading to Vietnam

    Four participants in business accelerator programme Kōkiri - led by Te Wānanga o Aotearoa in partnership with Callaghan Innovation and the He Kai Kei Ahu Ringa Crown-Māori Economic Growth Partnership – are off to Vietnam.

  • Whaea Wini weaves her magic

    Invercargill raranga kaiako Wini Solomon has been acknowledged for her environmental efforts over more than 40 years by being awarded the Kaitiaki Tohu Pai (Guardian Award) at the Southland Community Environment Awards last month.

  • Ōtautahi site open for business

    An early morning start in Ōtautahi was rewarded with a breakfast of champions at the new Te Wānanga o Aotearoa site in Christchurch.

  • Mihiwaatara’s podium finish

    She’s a rep touch player, top netballer, super mum to four and now Mihiwaatara Hohepa is a CrossFit podium finisher.

  • Stong, fast and fearless

    Three words will be repeating themselves in Kaeley Elkington’s mind as she goes for a podium finish in the hopes of making the New Zealand Olympic weightlifting team this weekend.

  • Simi celebrates success

    Simi Paris is a perfect example of a kaiako whose tauira learn with aroha.

  • Waka ama turns passion into credits

    Nearly 80 schools have taken advantage of waka ama unit standards developed by Te Wānanga o Aotearoa, which allow students to turn their passion for waka ama into NCEA credits.

  • Waste not want not

    A waste audit at Te Puna Mātauranga has found about 80 % of rubbish collected over a week could have been diverted from landfill.

  • Dancer finds his feet with Te Wānanga o Aotearoa

    When it comes to dancing Caleb Rawiri-Tata has no words

  • Tech award for Te Wānanga o Aotearoa

    Te Wānanga o Aotearoa has won the Microsoft Award for Technology Innovation at the NZ Tertiary ICT Conference.

  • Waste halved with cloth kope

    A cloth nappy trial at Nga Kākano o Te Mānuka in Māngere has proved so successful it will now be rolled out to other Te Wānanga o Aotearoa ngā Puna Whakatupu in Gisborne, Hamilton, Tokoroa and Te Awamutu.

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