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  • 07 December 2021

    Papa Whairawa – Building a future for my whānau

    Stacy-Lee Taurima is a passionate entrepreneur with goals to establish a positive future for her and her whānau.

  • 03 December 2021

    Dr. Sandy Adsett retires from Toimairangi School of Māori Art

    After 20 years’ service to Te Wānanga o Aotearoa, arts icon Dr Sandy Adsett retired from his teaching role at Toimairangi in Heretaunga (Hastings) in July.

  • 03 December 2021

    Getting smart with the moolah

    Moolah, dosh, dolleros, pūtea. It’s all about money, whatever the language. And some of us are notoriously bad – or at least have difficulties – managing our finances.

  • 2 December 2021

    Promoting printmaking

    Six handbuilt printing presses have been delivered to Te Wānanga o Aotearoa campuses around the country in a move expected to provide more choice for those studying and teaching the arts.

  • 01 December 2021

    Weaving the past, the present and the future through raranga

    Maraea Peawini was eight years old when she sat intently watching her nanny weave a kete. That experience for Maraea (Te Whakatōhea, Ngāti Porou, Ngāpuhi, Pākehā) planted a seed to learn more about the intricate art of raranga (weaving).

  • 29 November 2021

    Building a future

    It’s been a tough year for aspiring builders but Jonas Te Aho has still placed half his tauira into industry positions.

  • 26 November 2021

    Rongoā study opens up whole new world | News and Events | Te Wānanga o Aotearoa

    The study of traditional Māori medicine or rongoā has been providing Te Wānanga o Aotearoa students in Tauranga Moana with more than just a whole new range of practical skills.

  • 24 November 2021

    Lockdown lessons

    Lessons learned from lockdowns in 2020 have helped Te Wānanga o Aotearoa kaiako prepare themselves and their tauira for this year’s extended period of learning online.

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  • 23 November 2021

    Weaving whānau connections through raranga

    Elisa Graham was adopted and raised by a Pākehā family. She’s found that studying raranga (weaving) at Te Wānanga o Aotearoa has helped her bridge the gap with her Māori heritage.

  • 22 November 2021

    Spreading Māori knowledge for teachers

    Tauranga kindergarten teacher Toia Palmer plans to use her own teaching experiences and qualifications gained at Te Wānanga o Aotearoa to support other early childhood teachers to grow their understanding and application of kaupapa Māori.

  • 19 November 2021

    Learning te reo Māori about more than just words

    Learning the poetic Māori language and understanding tikanga Māori is an important part of being a New Zealander, says Nick Chin.

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