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  • 17 Jan, 2017

    Mako makes her move

    When Mako Jones became a grandmother, she knew it was time to let her own light shine.

  • 17 Jan, 2017

    Fun afloat at waka festival

    The Tāmaki Herenga Waka Festival is set to take place at the Viaduct Events Centre in Auckland to showcase the city and counter the traffic departing for Auckland Anniversary long weekend.

  • 17 Jan, 2016

    Artistic dream revived

    Paretapu-Teira Penetito Waru was in a classroom when it dawned upon her she had nearly forgotten what her high school dream actually was.

  • 17 Jan, 2017

    Vianney Parata's ambition to be a Tā Moko artist is etching closer by the day.

    "That's what I aspire to be," says the Ko Te Atiawa ki Whakarongotai, Ngāti Toa Rangatira me Ngāti Kahungunu mother of two.

  • 17 Jan, 2017

    Two new committees created to improve TWoA performance

    Two new committees have been established to provide a kaumatua voice and a kaimahi voice at the governance level of Te Wānanga o Aotearoaimprove the overall performance of the organisation.

  • 17 Jan, 2017

    Learning the language a labour of love

    Shona Kelsen's family don't bat an eyelid when it comes to her bucket list because they know she likes a challenge.

  • 17 Jan, 2017

    Fighting fit in Whirikoka

    The Whirikoka Campus of Te Wānanga o Aotearoa is embracing kaiako Alan 'Hogi' Hogarth's active lifestyle, with the introduction of a new Sports Health and Fitness programme.

  • 6 Dec, 2016

    Creativity to the fore for Tania

    Tania Short, the new national creative lead for Te Wānanga o Aotearoa, likes the fun stuff – like seeing clever creative ideas come to fruition.

  • 6 Dec, 2016

    Better resources and pathways from programme changes

    Changes to te reo Māori and tikanga programmes at Te Wānanga o Aotearoa have improved learning pathways and given kaimahi the opportunity to provide tauira with better learning resources.

  • 6 Dec, 2016

    Monica brings a world of words

    She speaks fluent Romanian, German, English and Portuguese, can get by in Italian, Spanish and Chinese and will likely add te reo Māori to this list by the end of next year.

  • 6 Dec, 2016

    Kane Milne is on a mission to restore the memory of rangatahi as innovative creators

    The certified IT-geek and a self-confessed tutū is in the development stages of implementing the first Innovation Hub for Te Wānanga o Aotearoa with support from Tumuhangarau Grant Strang and Tumuaramātauranga Nepia Winiata.

  • 6 Dec, 2016

    The knowledge base was the pull for me

    With a degree in whakairo, a diploma in adult education and active involvement at Mataatua Marae in Māngere, Jay Mason was more than ready delve into the Applied Masters of Indigenous Knowledge at Te Wānanga o Aotearoa.

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