As a recipient of the Woolf Fisher scholarship, a Māori Auckland University graduate will travel to the UK to pursue postgraduate studies at the University of Cambridge.
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Māori musician raising awareness for Diabetes NZ
39-year-old musician, Ricky Winikerei is a part of an Anytime fitness campaign to raise $30,000 for Diabetes NZ. He has committed himself to a nationwide fitness challenge, hoping to raise funds and awareness about the condition.
Cervical Screening Waikato smears meas at Waka Ama Nationals
Cervical Screening Waikato has set up shop at the Waka Ama Nationals to encourage more wāhine to get their free cervical screening test. With a great number of paddlers at National Waka Ama Competition at Lake Karāpiro being female, this is a service that continues to raise awareness for this deadly illness.
Muhammad Ali fulfils Koro’s wish
It's not every day you get to rub shoulders with a boxing heavyweight champion. However, for one small whānau from Cambridge, it was a case of you never know, if you don't try.
KO win puts Otorohanga on the map
21-year old farm girl Stephanie Trotter is putting her small town of Ōtorohanga on the map. She recently competed at the Young Farmer's Boxing Tournament in Cambridge and made history in the NZ women's corporate boxing scene with a KO win.
Hireme to feature in Indigenous Sevens Tournament
Sevens rugby player Honey Hireme is set to play for the Tainui in the Indigenous Sevens Tournament held this weekend in Cambridge.
Jordan Taurima's whānau search for answers
The family of Jordan Taurima are still seeking answers after the 29 year old lost his life in an accident while working near a Queensland mine on Wednesday.