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Kiri Nathan showcases Fiji and unique graduation gowns to fashion world
Māori fashion designer Kiri Nathan (Ngāpuhi, Ngāti Hine, Ngāti Maru, Ngāti Hauā) has been busy, both on the catwalk in the Pacific and in the United States.
Utah Polynesian community wins appeal to wear cultural attire at graduation
By Aaron Ryan, Te Rito journalism cadet.
New programme encourages Māori and Pasifika graduates into public service
Māori are underrepresented in graduate roles in the public service and a programme to combat this and help Māori graduates kick-start their careers has opened for applications.
Surprise proposal brings crowd to tears
It's the first time a Massey University graduation audience has been brought to tears by a special proposal.
Māori students march to grad despite procession being cancelled
A small group of Māori Bachelor of Nursing students marched to their Whitireia graduation ceremony today despite the planned procession being cancelled earlier this week. They were flanked by their families and tutors to celebrate the beginning of a new chapter.
Reo learner graduates with reo Māori Masters degree
Over 180 Māori and non-Māori Waikato University students graduated at Te Kohinga Mārama Marae, including widowed mother-of-eight Jackie Tamaki, who completed her Masters in Education in te reo Māori, even though she's still learning te reo.
Redeveloped Māori nursing degree helps workforce
Among the 200 graduates receiving degrees from Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi, nineteen were beneficiaries of a redeveloped Māori nursing degree, designed to help bring more Māori nurses into the workforce.
Māori nurses number on the rise with Te Awanuiārangi's graduation today
Nineteen Māori nurses graduated this morning at Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi's graduation ceremony in Whakatāne.
Walking the talk to revive te reo
Natasha Koia is an inaugural recipient of the Kia Ita Taura Whiri/Nga Pae o te Maramatanga scholarship for her Masters' thesis on the definition of quality in a Kaupapa Māori early childhood learning context. She graduated with her Master of Education degree from the University of Waikato.