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Puke Timoti of Ruatāhuna is off to Antarctica on Saturday for a research project on biodiversity. He'll be researching penguins, but the research knowledge obtained will help him with his research on biodiversity in the Urewera...

The United Nations will be holding a conference with indigenous peoples about changes to pollination around the world. Two have been invited from the Tuawhenua Trust to share their experiences and knowledge of the Urewera...

The Maori Education Trust scholarship programme comprises a range of scholarships for Maori secondary and tertiary students. The purpose fo the schlarship programme is to provide support for Maori students to pursue and achives success in programmes of study and training. The Maori Education Trust is pleased to announce the 2015 secondary scholarship round is now open. Please download a copy of the application form here. All applications and...

Te Tepu - Te Urewera

19 November 2014

The new Te Urewera is the topic of discussion on Episode 33 of Te Tēpu. On the panel are local Tūhoe pakeke, Peho Tamiana and Maui Te Pou, responding to recent developments. Te Tēpu is a ‘must-watch’ for lovers of the Māori language.  This half-hour current affairs show sees three panelists join Chris Winitana at the table to discuss a major issue of the week.  The emphasis is on putting breaking news in context, and...

No excuses for late homework

19 November 2014

A new cyber lounge at the Tūhoe Hauora means Tāneatua children will no longer be able to make excuses for not doing ther homework. The lounge, which includes five computers with internet access and an area to relax in, provides a space for children to go an dseek help with their...

More than 780 children took to the stage this weekend as part of the Rangitaiki Kapa Haka Festival. The festival, held at the Whakatane War Memorial Centre, drew a crows estimated at 1800 over the...

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