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  • 19 July, 2016

    Te Wānanga o Aotearoa welcomes new communications specialist Tracey Cooper

    Tracey Cooper has joined Te Wānanga o Aotearoa as a Communications Specialist based in Te Awamutu.

  • 19 July, 2016

    Marketing assistant keen to get on her bike

    Marketing assistant Gemma Conn joins Te Wānanga o Aotearoa in Te Awamutu after more than five years working as a graphic designer and marketing assistant with educational publisher BioZone in Hamilton.

  • 19 July, 2016

    New waka ama kaiako comes onboard

    The opportunity to deliver more waka ama through the Māngere campus of Te Wānanga o Aotearoa, has new kaiako Mereana Hona excited about what she can offer.

  • 19 July, 2016

    Workshops support saving lives

    A Kaitaia youth worker says she felt “kicked in the gut” when she completed a two-day wānanga learning how to recognise and support people at risk of suicide only to learn another young person had taken their own life.

  • 19 July, 2016

    Garry farewelled in style

    Tumuhangarau Garry Johnston was presented with a carved Māori patu at his farewell which celebrated his impressive contribution to Te Wānanga o Aotearoa over the past two years.

  • 5 July, 2016

    Tamariki seeing stars

    Kids from a Whangarei kohanga reo were the first in the country to experience Te Iwa o Matariki and it wasn’t just ngā tamariki who learned something from the impressive roadshow.

  • 5 July, 2016

    New chair elected to lead TWoA

    The council of Te Wānanga o Aotearoa has elected Vanessa Eparaima as chairperson, replacing Richard Batley who has stood down after eight years in the role.

  • 5 July, 2016

    Three year Police pursuit ends successfully

    While some people celebrate their 21st with a yard glass, Eruera Rāwiri marked the milestone by receiving the key to a career in the Police.

  • 5 July, 2016

    Age no barrier to tauira success

    Douglas Newton is a familiar face on the Māngere campus of Te Wānanga o Aotearoa but the 73-year-old only ended up there because he got kicked out of home.

  • 5 July, 2016

    The right dose for Te Wānanga o Aotearoa

    Awhitia Mihaere has returned to Te Wānanga o Aotearoa to teach healing knowledge that's been handed down for generations.

  • 5 July, 2016

    Visiting scholar sets fine example

    Visiting Irish PhD scholar Aoife Finn is a great role model for te reo Māori and shows what can be achieved when you try, the head of Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Māori (Māori Language Commission) says.

  • 7 June, 2016

    iNative has arrived

    Te Wānanga o Aotearoa has teamed up with the Ministry of Education to create iNative, a support network of homework hubs to help rangatāhi achieve.

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