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  • 6 Dec, 2016

    Cool kai leads to business success

    Their catchphrase sounds ruthless but it’s serving them and their customers well.

  • 6 Dec, 2016

    Kaimahi inspired by disruptive event

    More than 100 registrations shows the value of last week’s Disruptive By Nature workshop held at Zeal in Hamilton.

  • 22 Nov, 2016

    Primary focus for new programme

    From 2017, Te Wānanga o Aotearoa will be offering a new programme aimed at young people wanting to enter one of New Zealand’s largest industries.

  • 25, Nov 2016

    Haere ra Aunty Ma

    Back in the day when there were no marketing resources, recruitment staff or pool cars, Marie Panapa would take a creative approach to spread the word about a fledgling Te Wānanga o Aotearoa.

  • 22 Nov, 2016

    Funding success for flagship rangahau project

    Te Wānanga o Aotearoa has received its first significant rangahau funding grant and in the process achieved one of the key goals of the newly-released rangahau strategic plan, Te Rautaki Rangahau.

  • 22 Nov, 2016

    He Waka Hiringa tauira wins top scholarship

    A Te Wānanga o Aotearoa Masters in Applied Indigenous Knowledge tauira is the inaugural winner of a Sir Hugh Kawharu Research Grant.

  • 22 Nov, 2016.

    Computing tauira get graphic introduction to design

    Te Wānanga o Aotearoa graphic designers have again proved an inspiration to tauira, and learned a few things along the way.

  • 22 Nov, 2016.

    Tau Ora champ wants more

    Chantelle Nikora wasn’t aware there was an overall Tau Ora champion award until she heard her name read out.

  • 22 Nov, 2016.

    Tauira crack the code

    Pakihikura tauira have cracked the code for completing their course requirements while creating a high quality website free of charge for a local charity.

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  • 2017 - a number of firsts for Te Wānanga o Aotearoa

  • 8 Nov, 2016

    Aisha's all about art

    Te Wānanga o Aotearoa welcomes Aisha Roberts, who is the new Poutiaki Toi/Collections Curator tasked with looking after Te Kōpuni Kura, our extensive arts collection.

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