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  • TWoA kaimahi create new maihi for Te Ohaki

    TWoA staff and alumni create a modern mahi for Te Ohaki

  • New home for wananga new opportunities for tauira

    A new era as Kaikohe opens new Te Wananga o Aotearoa campus

  • Carly scores Te Ihu Communications role

    She’s an environmental scientist, journalist, mother of three and has a hugely satisfying role managing a music therapy centre, but Carly Tawhiao can’t wait to begin her new job at TWoA

  • Pounamu the pocket rocket off to world waka ama sprints

    A young Gisborne girl is on her way to compete at the 2016 IVF Va’a World Sprints.

  • Tauora to take health challenge overseas

    Tau Ora staff walked away from yet another awards evening clutching their latest trophy – the top prize for Health, Safety and Wellbeing at the HRINZ awards held in Auckland last week

  • X-factor and stage star on the lookout for fresh talent

    You may remember Vince Harder as the suave dancing crooner who wowed Australian audiences on his way to the top three of X Factor.

  • The sun sets for Mr Sunshine

    Mr Sunshine, aka Turi Ngatai is leaving the building and Te Wānanga o Aotearoa.

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    Weaving students lend a hand to weave wahakura

    A group of Papaiōea weaving students’ efforts could help to plug a gap with a nationwide shortage of wahakura.

  • Project Management Office

    A project management function is ready to provide support and guidance for kaimahi undertaking projects within Te Wānanga o Aotearoa.

  • History and tauira journey revealed in Tauranga pou

    The contemporary sculpture that was designed for the opening of the Tauranga site symbolises Te Wānanga on Aotearoa and what it means to be one of its tauira, says female carver Stormy Kara.

  • From Waitangi to Holland with love

    Every Waitangi Day a distinct group of kaihoe paddle waka on the waters of Pewhairangi.

  • Carved wharenui a labour of love

    A Hamilton secondary school marae – once a labour of love for a then budding Te Wānanga o Aotearoa carver – has been brought back to life by one of his tauira.

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