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  • Te Mana Ao Tūroa degree broadens horizons

    Te Mana Ao Tūroa graduate Taroi Rawiri says the Bachelor of Māori Advancement degree he studied at Te Wānanga o Aotearoa has broadened his horizons.

  • Ngā puna o Te Wānanga o Aotearoa : It’s about the whanau

    An ERO review of Te Wānanga o Aotearoa early learning centres has praised the five puna for the positive outcomes they promote for tamariki and their whānau.

  • Ria takes her passion for music and te reo to a wider audience

    Marae DIY presenter and artist Ria Hall is delighted that the favourite marae makeover show will be broadcast to a wider audience on TV3 in June.

  • Inez offers a helping hand to get a foot on the property ladder

    Inez White was valuing a Rotorua property when a horrible realisation dawned on her.

  • He Waka Hiringa spreads wings to Auckland

    Following on from the success of He Waka Hiringa – the Master of Applied Indigenous knowledge degree in Hamilton, the only master’s programme taught by the wānanga has spread its wings to Tāmaki Makaurau.

  • Art + Activism + Aroha = The River Talks

    Art + Activism + Aroha = The River Talks, an environmental symposium which will see Te Wānanga o Aotearoa tauira representing all three elements at Ruapotaka Marae, Glen Innes next Monday.

  • Weavers' solution for insatiable demand for wahakura

    Te Wānanga o Aotearoa weavers inundated with requests for wahakura have found a solution that may help to satisfy the overwhelming demand for the traditional bassinets.

  • Olympia stage beckons after mum time with the tamariki

    After a gruelling gym and training regime and a constant diet of chicken, fish and broccoli, champion bodybuilder Janna O’Malley could have been forgiven if she wanted to chill out and binge on Netflix with a burger, fries and a coke.

  • 250 competitors to take the start line for Iron Maori

    April 2 was a day of firsts in Te Ihu; Iron Māori for Tamaki, Te Wānanga o Aotearoa as a key sponsor of the event and kaimahi Aaron Henare and Tumatawhero Tihi as competitors.

  • Graduates behind the wire using literacy and numeracy to further education

    The first formal graduates of a Te Wānanga o Aotearoa literacy and numeracy programme are using their newfound reading and writing skills to continue further study

  • Flashest selfie-booth at Polyfest

    TWOA upped the ante at this year’s 41st ASB Polyfest thanks to a custom-designed Waharoa described by many rangatahi as ‘the flashest selfie-booth ever’.

  • DCG the man that walks in both worlds

    Popular Marae DIY TV landscaper David Clayton-Greene is a man who walks comfortably into a boardroom or a marae.

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