By Waimanea Nuri, Te Rito journalism cadet.
Tag: Tauira. Showing results 1 - 9 of 9
ARIKI SEASON TWO FINALISTS BATTLE FOR TOP HONOURS!
And then there were two! After 13 weeks of intense and enthralling competition, it’s north against south as two teams of young Māori men and women face off in the grand finale of Māori Television’s indigenous martial arts competition, ARIKI, screening on Tuesday 7 December 2021 at 4.00 PM – on Māori Television.
Rangatahi initiative lifting Māori uni student morale
Te Puni Kōkiri Waikato's rangatahi-led initiative, Koroī, has been supporting rangatahi initiatives across the region. One of the ideas they have supported through this Covid-19 pandemic is an online initiative that is being led by the University of Waikato's newest rōpū Māori, Te Kāuru, which aims to help their members keep their minds on their studies and their morale up.
First grandchild to graduate for Rangiheuea whānau
Kawerau bred Jordan Rangiheuea is proud to be one of the 165 Māori students graduating from AUT's Faculty of Health of Environmental Sciences.
Māori students receive prestigious scholarship
Education Minister Hekia Parata has presented 5 young Māori students with the Ngarimu VC and Māori Battalion scholarships.
National Huinga Tauira Māori conference commences
Waikato University is hosting the Huinga Tauira National Māori Student conference this year.
Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi graduation in Whakatāne
A total of 2235 students graduated from Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi in Whakatāne today.
Māori and Pasifika students graduate in Architecture
Among the many who graduated from Unitec Institute of Technology today, were Māori and Pasifika students graduating with degrees in Architecture and Landscape Architecture.
Western Springs haka teams at Polyfest 2013
Our reporter Amomai Pihama looks at the success of the teams from Western Springs College at the Auckland Secondary Schools Polyfest 2013.