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    The newest Te Wānanga o Aotearoa site in Tauranga offers a highly accessible and technologically advanced experience for tauira.


    A new Te Wānanga o Aotearoa programme offers tauira a marae perspective of the environment and sustainable practices.


    She’s a singer in reggae band NRG Rising and a mother, shes also a Level 5 Diploma in Adult Education

  • 18 January 2016

    Janna on her way to Olympia stage

    When a traumatic life event occurs people find solace in different places and things. Janna O’Malley first found hers at the gym

  • 19 January 2016

    3 best moves to prevent back pain

    Tau Ora - 3 best moves to prevent back pain

  • 19 January 2016

    The growing sport of Waka Ama

    Te Karere reports on the growing sport of Waka Ama

  • 19 January 2016

    Murals symbolise local landmarks

    A collection of stunningly eye-catching murals at the new Te Wānanga o Aotearoa Tauranga not only depict the organisation’s values and symbolise local landmarks and pastimes.

  • 29 January 2016

    TWoA Waka Ama part of the Whakapapa of TWoA

    It’s one of the fastest growing water sports in New Zealand that’s also an inextricable part of the whakapapa of Te Wānanga o Aotearoa.

  • 19 January 2016

    TWoA remembers Danny Hona

    TWoA is mourning the passing of one of its regional leaders in education after Danny Hona – the lead of Educational Delivery in Gisborne passed away.

  • 16 December 2015

    Whirikoka YG win auahi kore wero

    It started out as a nationwide quit smoking challenge that some were finding difficult to buy in to

  • 16 December 2015

    He Papa Kupu paves pathway for a brighter future

    Todd has battled with reading and numeracy fundamentals that many of us take for granted.

  • 16 December 2015

    Panekiretanga graduates rewarded for efforts to revitalise te reo

    It’s almost exhausting hearing the lengths couple Komene Cassidy and his partner Paulette Tamati-Elliffe go to to retain and revitalise te reo Māori in their hometown of Dunedin.

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