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  • A visiting Native American artist has continued the work of one of his tutors during a visit to Te Wānanga o Aotearoa.

    Arts collaboration grows

  • In 2007 Ken Cowen approached the UK borough of Knowsley about using rugby to transform the lives of men.

    SOHK kicks off

  • Erina Wehi-Barton is a woman on a mission.

    Making a difference

  • Shaquille Shortland says it was the passing of kuia Merle Hohaia, late last year, that cemented his passion for teaching "all things Māori." And as it turns out, it's been keeping the 23-year-old very busy.

    Shaquille steps up

  • 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.

    Ben's labour of love

    3 Aug, 2017

  • From the 30 student teachers to receive this year's prestigious Kupe Scholarships, three hold a special place as Te Wānanga o Aotearoa tauira.

    Outstanding Māori and Pasifika trainee teachers honoured

    3 Aug, 2017

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

    Maori Music Month

    3 Aug, 2017

  • As he dazed in and out of consciousness and surgeons scrambled to mend his broken spine, Ephraim Gudgeon kept repeating the same question.

    Ephraim's long road to recovery

    3 Aug, 2017

  • Offsites on track for Sasha and her tauira

  • Te Marupainga has been involved in a review of our health and safety (H and S) management systems with our legal advisors Simpson Grierson.

    New health and safety procedures – a word from Harata Samuel Lead Environmental, Safety & Wellness

  • Te Wānanga o Aotearoa has launched Taringa, a bilingual podcast aimed at anyone wanting a relaxed and fun introduction to te reo or tikanga Māori.

    Lend me your ears

    July 18, 2017

  • Every Friday and Saturday night, Huia Apiata gets paid to frighten willing punters as a chainsaw-wielding clown at the infamous horror attraction Spookers.

    Performing arts tauira by day, chainsaw-wielding creepy clown by night

    July 18, 2017

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