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  • 3 Aug, 2017

    Maori Music Month

    Te Wānanga o Aotearoa looks forward to celebrating Te Marama Waiata Pūoro Māori – Māori Music Month by highlighting its own album, Songs of Rangahau.

  • July 4, 2017

    Health and fitness helps Joshua set sail

    Based on the premise that helping comes naturally to New Zealanders, the Navy is doing well to attract clever, agile recruits like Joshua Finau.

  • July 11, 2017

    Give it a TriMāori

    Kaimahi looking for a challenge and a step along the road to a healthier lifestyle have five months to prepare for what has become one of the most popular sporting events on the Māori calendar.

  • EER almost here

    The countdown is on for Māhuri Tōtara, 12 days to be exact.

  • 30 Aug, 2017

    Help Support #DamonationTransformation

    Despite losing sight in one eye and his hearing, Damon Heke remains defiant in his five-year battle with cancer.

  • 3 Aug, 2017

    Ben's labour of love

    When graphic designer Ben Oge visited the island of Upolu earlier this year, to honour the passing of his parents, it sparked a labour of love.

  • 19 August 2015

    #Matawānanga #Waiariki

    #Matawānanga #Waiariki

  • 05 October 2015

    Mata Wānanga Prize Giving

    The 2015 Mata Wānanga Prizegiving

  • 03 November 2015


    “Who feeds our Hinengaro, Tinana and Wairua if not ourselves; to help become more proficient at i...

  • Poetry Jams prove popular

    An event to celebrate National Poetry Day in 2017 has turned into a monthly Poetry Jam at the Whirikoka Campus in Gisborne, thanks largely to the efforts of Kawai Raupapa kaiako Jodie Reid.

  • Degree acknowledges Limas dedication

    At Auckland Graduation on June 15, the audience gave Tuulima Alesana Segi Lesoa a standing ovation as she walked across the stage and adorned her kaiako and kaimahi with gifts of lei.

  • Arts on show

    A free showcase of Kāwai Raupapa (Māori Art) and Certificate of Māori Performing Arts (CMPA) programmes, is putting its current tauira centre stage in Māngere.

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