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    Otago Polyfest to celebrate 30 years of Māori and Pasifika children's 'beautiful cultures'

    South Otago High School Te Kapa Haka o Iwi Katea, 2022 Otago Polyfest.  Photo / Supplied  Otago Polyfest will celebrate its 30th anniversary this September.

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    Tino rangatiratanga to fly permanently over Otago Polytech

    A win for Otago Polytech’s student association will see the tino rangatiratanga flag fly permanently over the Polytech’s Dunedin campus.

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    New Māori name for Otago Museum

    A new era for Otago Museum will see the 145-year-old institution change its name to Tūhara, following consultation with mana whenua.

  4. Video for Kura kaupapa student wins nationwide design competition

    Kura kaupapa student wins nationwide design competition

    Gisborne kura kaupapa student Maikel Terekia is being celebrated for creating the winning logo for Otago Museum’s Solar Tsunami Project.

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    Otago Polyfest moved to October due to Covid-19 risk

    Last year's festival was cancelled due to the pandemic but this time organisers are hopeful that the event will still be able to go ahead.

  6. Video for New roadshow to inspire students towards space industry careers

    New roadshow to inspire students towards space industry careers

    The museum received funding of $350,000 from the Ministry of Business to develop a mobile exhibition.

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    First wahine Māori appointed as Otago Lakes Central police commander

    Paula Enoka was appointed to the role after six years as Queenstown police station response manager. 

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    Karitane marae calling on whānau to remain calm amidst lead contamination

    The chair of Puketeraki Marae in Karitane, Matapura Ellison, says locals are sharing their blood test results on Facebook and discussing the implications there," which isn’t the most reliable source of information."

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    East Otago residents still unable to drink tap water

    Dunedin City Council says East Otago told not to use tap water for drinking, cooking or preparing food.

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    More heavy rain for South Westland, South Canterbury and parts of Otago

    Some areas just recovering from earlier flooding.

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