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Northland Schools Campaign To Boost Attendance in Student

Duane Allen: Come back to school
6 days, 19 hours

Kupe Leadership Scholarship Open Now

Lusi McCabe developing new generation of leadership with one year academic scholarship at University of Auckland
4 weeks, 1 day

Waka Work Still To Do

Harata Brown talks about the ongoing work at Te Aurere & reflects on the release of Whetū Mārama
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University & Tauira Prepared for 2022

Kelly Ann Tahitahi talks about the University of Otago's COVID response & preparedness for 2022
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Recipient of Judith Binney Writing Award

Dr Hinekura Smith of Te Rarawa & Ngāpuhi shares her experiences so far in education & what inspires her to continue
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He Wā Uaua Tēnei

TKKM o Hokianga tumuaki Michelle Sarich shares insight on the challenges + mamae whānau are feeling due to mandatory vaccination
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Our Data is a Taonga

Associate Professor Māui Hudson speaks on how the Digital Strategy for Aotearoa presents the opportunity for mana over our data
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Hinetū Hineora: Women's Heath and Wellbeing

Te Iri Rangi Tawhara talks to us about Hinetū Hineora, a kaupapa that supports our wāhine to be their best
9 months, 1 week

Waharoa ki Te Toi Research Centre Adapt to Lockdowns

Conor Watene-O'Sullivan Health Research Coordinator for the Moko Foundation speaks on the ongoing mahi over the last 3 years
9 months, 1 week

Our History Will Be Taught In Our Kura

Ropata Diamond gives an update on the hui held recently in Whangārei to discuss this very issue. This hui was the first of many.
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36 New Officers for TRNZPC

The new constables of Wing 347 were attested on Thursday in front of the Wing Patron, Bishop Te Kito Pikaahu
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New Species Named After Māori Whale Expert

Dr Emma Carroll shares the story of indigenous & western science collaboration that led to the discovery of a new whale species
9 months, 3 weeks

Teaching Iwi History - Aotearoa History Curriculum

Dr Liana MacDonald of the Victoria University of Wellington hopes that her research into teaching iwi histories will help
10 months

Tūhono Taiao Symposium

Elliot Heremaia joins us to speak on the upcoming Tūhono Taiao Symposium which will be held this November at Kohewhata Marae
10 months

Marae Learning Kaupapa for Whānau

Chris Henare joins us to speak about Pou Hono, online classes for whānau to learn about their marae
10 months

E Akotahi Ana Tātou

Kelly-Ann Tahitahi shares the challenges impacting both ākonga and kaiako at our universities during these changing times,
10 months, 1 week

Mandatory Vaccinations - Dictating By Decree

Pat Newman (President of the Tai Tokerau Principals' Association) responds to the recent announcement by our Government.
10 months, 1 week

Māori at Table of Te Wehengarua PPTA

Johnny Waititi talks about Te Wehengarua (PPTA) and the announcement of the newly established position of Māori Vice President.
10 months, 2 weeks

Te Taka Pūmotu - A Māori World View on Science

Ruihi Shortland is a kaiako (teacher) in Tāmaki Makaurau who shares with usher kaupapa Te Taka Pūmotu.
10 months, 3 weeks

Oprah Winfrey's book club acknowledges "Aroha"

Dr Hinemoa Elder shares a connection to Te Taiao and a deeper connection to Te Ao Maori in her book "Aroha"
11 months

Infusing Mātauranga Māori with Science

Dr Kepa Morgan has been appointed to the ESR Panel and aims to infuse te ao Māori and our hononga to this specific field of mahi
11 months

By Māori For Everyone

Tuihana Ohia talks about the upcoming Hui Ora Wellbeing Virtual Summit with speakers from across Aotearoa sharing their skills.
11 months

Hēmi Dale on Redesigning Our History Curriculum

Hēmi is one of our kaihautū helping advise the Ministry. He speaks on the benefits, while also sharing some of the challenges.
11 months

The Level - New Website Aimed at Reducing Drug Harm

Tumokai Morgan discusses with us the new website aimed at reducing drug harm as parts of the country remain in lockdown.
11 months

It's All About Whānau

Tiriti Harrison volunteers for a number of essential kaupapa throughout Te Hiku. He shares what motivates him.
11 months