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  • 3 Aug, 2017

    Ephraim's long road to recovery

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

  • Offsites on track for Sasha and her tauira

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

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

  • July 18, 2017

    Adapting to e-learning

    A better understanding of how the Māori tertiary sector is adapting to e-learning is the focus of a joint research project being undertaken by Te Wānanga o Aotearoa Strategy and Performance Lead Lindsay Baxter and funded by the Innovation Partnership.

  • July 18, 2017

    Māhuri Tōtara coming soon

    Māhuri Tōtara is eight weeks away and there has been much activity in preparation

  • July 18, 2017

    Social services kaiako taste postgraduate academic success

    To help tauira make a positive difference in the lives of others, four Social Services kaiako have attained their own academic success. 

  • Workspace assessment a painless exercise

    The benefits of having a workspace assessment are clear to marketing assistant Gemma Conn.

  • CSBM proves the icing on Angeleens cake

    CSBM proves the icing on Angeleens cake

  • July 4, 2017

    Samsung rollout complete

    The rollout of 147 Samsung Multifunction Devices across 47 sites has been completed.

  • 22 June, 2017

    Just bro-own it owns it at awards

    The Just bro-own it webisode series has won the top prize at an international awards programme.

  • 22 June, 2017

    Catching up with Aoife

    If you could bottle Irish scholar Aofie Finn’s passion for te reo Māori – you could have a remedy for stimulating Māori interest in the Māori language.

  • 22 June, 2017

    Internship recipients announced

    Doctoral students Hohepa Maclean and Koko Hotere have been announced as the first recipients of internships to work on the flagship He Rongoā tō te reo Māori – Te Reo Māori as a form of healing rangahau project at Te Wānanga o Aotearoa.

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