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20 April 2018
The changing face of local communities is being increasingly reflected by those working to support people with mental health needs.
23 February 2018
Collaborative efforts towards the ambitious one billion trees target are well under way with the first areas of land needed for Crown Forestry planting this winter committed, Forestry Minister Shane Jones says.
15 March 2017
A group of undergraduate students who have just completed Summer Research scholarships at Victoria University of Wellington’s Te Kawa a Māui—School of Māori Studies have contributed to research projects and lent a youth perspective to current te ao Māori and New Zealand issues.
18 January 2017
Students from Otahuhu College achieved their best ever results at Level One, Two and Three NCEA in 2016. The improvement in NCEA pass rates over the last four years has been impressive, with Level Three being a highlight through matching the national average last year. Indeed in the last four years Otahuhu College has achieved its four best ever results for each of the three levels.
10 December 2015
Press Release: Careers New Zealand
Careers New Zealand Boosts Support for Rangatahi Māori
Innovative research programme charts course for responding to changing career needs of young Māori
Auckland, 9 December 2015 - A new research project gives new insights into how best to support young Māori into high growth sectors.
17 September 2015
New research from Massey University has compared work/life balance and life satisfaction levels across seven cultures – and found that New Zealand Māori scored the highest on both fronts.
19 August 2015
New Zealand employers of Pasifika people meet in Auckland on Wednesday to learn how they can take part in a new training initiative for tradespeople.
29 May 2015
What is art? You can read Sina's story about the art of leadership and Hemi's story about what is art in the latest Kumara Vine newsletter.
9 April 2015
Consortia for Māori and Pasifika trades training in Bay of Plenty announced
8 April 2015
My friend and colleague is a black woman from Zimbabwe and I love it when she speaks Zulu. I've never heard anything quite like it, the clicks and other sounds you'll never here anywhere outside of Africa.
6 March 2015
He Taunga Waka is a new project funded by the TEC designed to specifically help educators better connect, engage and facilitate literacy and numeracy skill development for educators working with Māori and Pasifika learners in adult literacy and numeracy.
28 February 2015
Checkout latest Kumara Vine newsletter featuring our story on Erica Sinclair.
10 February 2015
A consortium of education and training organisations, backed by industry and community partners, will enable nearly 500 Maori and Pasifika youth to gain trades training in 2015.
14 January 2015
Seventeen Maori science and engineering students at the University of Waikato had their studies boosted by scholarships totaling $174,000.
30 December 2014
Latest Kumara Vine newsletter out today including; In this issue...
Story - Miria Royal, Living, working and playing to the fullest at Vodafone
Story - Simon Phillips, genuine Maori Warrior working to help Maori business
Article - NZ Maori Tourism
Available Now - JobCafe
4 December 2014
The official New Zealand casting call for Disney's first Polynesian princess Moana has opened - and sparked huge interest.
1 November 2014
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29 September 2014
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31 August 2014
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30 June 2014
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3 June 2014
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30 April 2014
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7 April 2014
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31 March 2014
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28 February 2014
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1 February 2014
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