For more than 40 years Sir Pou Temara has worked to nurture te reo Māori and, even though his quest attracted harsh criticism, he has no apologies for striving for excellence.
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Moriori and Māori ancestors remains returned
The remains of Moriori and Māori ancestors have been returned to New Zealand with the support of the city of Bremen in Germany. The Mayor of Bremen says possession of the collection contravenes human dignity and made an apology to Māori. A delegation from Te Papa Museum travelled to Germany to return the ancestors back to New Zealand.
He Amorangi- Pou Temara
While Pou Temara won't be sitting on the judging panel at the upcoming Te Matatini festival, he is still highly regarded for his expertise in the Manukura Tāne or male leader section. He gives us his accounts of what makes a great male leader on stage.
Panekiretanga graduation ushers in a new era
As a new generation of champions rise, a beloved champion retires. 23 graduates were capped by the Institute of Excellence in te Reo Māori (Te Panekiretanga o te Reo Māori) at Te Wānanga o Aotearoa's Raroera campus, however the announcement that one of the institution's main contributors is to retire has prompted questions over the institute's future.
Iwi leaders pay tribute to Apirana Mahuika
A giant of history who led his people toward justice and took many others along for the ride. Iwi leaders across the country have paid tribute to Dr Mahuika for his wealth of knowledge and leadership qualities.
Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi graduation in Whakatāne
A total of 2235 students graduated from Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi in Whakatāne today.