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TOITŪ - Singer/Songwriter Competition For Youth Aged 13-18

The theme for the competition is 'one day' promoting a smokefree/vapefree future
1 month, 1 week

How American Football Became A Samoan Game

Dr Lisa Uperesa: New book release, Gridiron Capital, the history of American football in Samoan communities
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Lusi McCabe developing new generation of leadership with one year academic scholarship at University of Auckland
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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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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
11 months, 1 week

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
11 months, 1 week

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
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Elliot Heremaia joins us to speak on the upcoming Tūhono Taiao Symposium which will be held this November at Kohewhata Marae
11 months, 2 weeks

Marae Learning Kaupapa for Whānau

Chris Henare joins us to speak about Pou Hono, online classes for whānau to learn about their marae
11 months, 3 weeks

E Akotahi Ana Tātou

Kelly-Ann Tahitahi shares the challenges impacting both ākonga and kaiako at our universities during these changing times,
11 months, 3 weeks

Mandatory Vaccinations - Dictating By Decree

Pat Newman (President of the Tai Tokerau Principals' Association) responds to the recent announcement by our Government.
11 months, 4 weeks

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.
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Ruihi Shortland is a kaiako (teacher) in Tāmaki Makaurau who shares with usher kaupapa Te Taka Pūmotu.
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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"
1 year

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