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  • 28 October, 2020

    Krystal’s caring shines through

    Rotorua’s Krystal Roberts has been having a very busy but successful 2020. In the third and final year of her He Korowai Ākonga (Bachelor of Education – Primary Teaching) degree at the Waiwhero campus of Te Wānanga o Aotearoa, she’s also taken part in the Miss Rotorua contest where she was second runner-up in the Mana Wahine section.

  • 27 October, 2020

    Smashing it out on forestry course

    Four current students on a Te Wānanga o Aotearoa forestry course, along with one former student, have been part of a crew that smashed out the rare achievement of planting one million trees this season near Rotorua.

  • 23 October, 2020

    Tracey weaves a new way forward

    Raranga kaiako Tracey Robens, pictured here helping one of her students, says her art provides her with spiritual space.

  • 22 October, 2020

    Being that “different” social worker

    Armed with social work skills and practical experience she’s acquired while studying at Te Wānanga o Aotearoa, Janine (Ngāti Pākehā) is helping make a difference for under pressure whānau in Rotorua.

  • 22 October, 2020

    Woven works wow Wellington

    The Raukura Weavers Collective features woven artworks at an exhibition at Parliament’s Bowen House in Wellington.

  • 22 October, 2020

    Kai, kōrero and katakata (laughter)

    Kai kōrero started with a group of te reo Māori enthusiasts who meet every second Friday for parakuihi (breakfast) at Wellington’s Whare Waka café, where staff encourage patrons to kōrero Māori.

  • 20 October, 2020

    Wānanga strengthens tie to Police and Māori Wardens

    Te Wānanga o Aotearoa in Gisborne is strengthening its ties with Police and Māori Wardens as part of its ongoing push to help local communities./sitecore/media library/Images/TeWananga/News and Events/2020/Clint_Parsons

  • 19 October, 2020

    Wānanga offering new kapa haka and elder care courses

    The strong passion for developing kapa haka skills in Tairāwhiti has prompted Te Wānanga o Aotearoa in Gisborne to offer a targetted new course next year.

  • 19 October, 2020

    Telling tamariki the Tūwharetoa story

    One of our Bachelor of Education (Primary Teaching) graduates Kristy Northcroft has been closely involved in the development of a Lake Taupō cultural knowledge and educational cruise that tells the story of her Ngāti Tūwharetoa iwi to students.

  • 15 October, 2020

    Sharing smarts, inspiration and dignity

    Ngarangi Toko has been no stranger to struggle street in the past but the challenges she’s faced help inspire her today to support others.

  • 5 October, 2020

    Telling stories the old way

    While other people are adopting new technologies to tell our stories, Deija Manuel is going the other way, learning the skills of our tūpuna to tell stories through whakairo.

  • 2 October, 2020

    New Te Wānanga o Aotearoa site in Ngāmotu (New Plymouth)

    New Zealand’s largest provider of te reo Māori education is opening a new campus site in Ngāmotu (New Plymouth), providing newly renovated teaching and learning facilities for tauira (students) and kaimahi (staff).

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