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  • Topping Tau Ora

    There’s always hope for those of us propping up the Tau Ora leaderboard, but not much when a 61 year old Gisborne man is leaving the field in his wake, clocking up more than two million Tau Ora points in the first seven weeks.

  • Online first aid courses available to Te Wānanga o Aotearoa kaimahi

    Actions For Survival (AFS) has been proud to work with Te Wānanga o Aotearoa delivering a range of first aid courses across New Zealand since 2004.

  • Keeping trusts on track

    As a member of a Māori Land Trust, Carol Ashby was keen to find out more about what that actually means.

  • Exhibition launches Matariki celebrations

    Past, present and future tauira of Toimairangi are taking part in an art exhibition which has become part of the launch of Matariki celebrations in Kahungunu.

  • Walking the walk

    Who better to teach tauira about business than kaiako Jarrad McKay who runs his own successful catering company Pūhā & Pākehā.

  • The fine art of business

    Acclaimed artist Siliga David Setoga disrupts notions of identity, politics and religion but with his head for business, it puts food on the table.

  • Top marks for Raroera Te Puāwai

    Raroera Te Puawai Early Learning Centre has received the highest grade in its recent Education Review report.

  • Hearing the call of Tāne

    Chip off the old block – mother and daughter enjoy whakairo together

  • Erina eyes Everest

    She’s conquered the Great Wall Marathon, hauled herself around the Hawaiian Marathon and now has her sights set on the top of the world.

  • Age no issue for young teacher

    Being the youngest in her class didn’t bother Djuan Ruland-Umata during the three years she spent studying for a Bachelor of Education (Primary) degree at Te Wānanga o Aotearoa.

  • Now are innovators

    Te Toi o Tua is the name that now identifies the national Innovation Hub initiative, first introduced to Te Wānanga o Aotearoa by Hangarau in 2016.

  • A custom-built career

    Impeccable taste and an eye for detail are key attributes for Julian and Jenna Poff when it comes to winning customers.

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