Te ao Māori
Te Matatini: Nursing graduate shares views ahead of competition
9 February 2023
Nikora Wade (Ngāti Tūwharetoa, Ngāpuhi, Ngāi Tūhoe) is taking part in his third Te Matatini festival, alongside Te Ahi Tipua o Tūwharetoa.
Māori perspectives extend notion of conscious capitalism
8 February 2023
Business School researchers are looking into how an emerging Māori theory of value might help to develop a more sustainable, inclusive, and equitable approach to business.
Te Matatini: Med student ready to show the motu her magic
7 February 2023
Stacy-Ria Harlee Te Kurapa-King is a student of the University’s medical school in the Faculty of Medical Health Sciences and will perform at Te Matatini with Te Waka Huia
Te Matatini: Teenage CEO talks sustainability and hauora research for poi
3 February 2023
Georgia Latu (Kai Tahu, Ngāpuhi) will be promoting her award-winning business at Te Matatini.
Ngāti Whakaue descendant to blaze Te Matatini stage
1 February 2023
Anipātene Biddle is a Faculty of Arts student who will take centre stage among some of the elite groups of Aotearoa at Te Matatini Kapa Haka Festival 2023.
Te Matatini: Kia Ūkaipō Anō Te Reo – director talks revitalisation through kapa haka
27 January 2023
Hēmi Dale is the director of Māori Medium Education and Huarahi Māori in the Faculty of Education and Social Work. He is leading the revision of the NCEA standards for Tikanga ā Iwi.
Newly qualified nurse aims to improve kaumātua life expectancy
22 December 2022
The Māori and Pacific Admissions Scheme (MAPAS) 2022 event celebrates Aotearoa New Zealand’s future change-makers in the health workforce.
Eight million boost to improve heart health equity
15 December 2022
Community-engaged research programmes have received significant funding to impact healthcare. Led by University of Auckland researchers, they will combat cardiovascular disease among Māori and Pacific communities.
Graduates shine at MAPAS ceremony
14 December 2022
On 12 December, 66 Māori and Pacific students were presented with MAPAS completion certificates for their degrees.
University signs Kōtuitanga with Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei
9 December 2022
Waipapa Taumata Rau has strengthened its Kōtuitanga with Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei, with a mutual goal to enhance the University’s global impact through a mana whenua lens.
Māori taonga on display in Stuttgart museum
8 December 2022
An exhibition of precious Māori taonga, curated by Associate Professor Ngarino Ellis from the University of Auckland and an expert team, is going on display at a German museum for six months.
Matire Harwood: destined to be a doctor from childhood
30 November 2022
It has been a busy few years for award-winning doctor Matire Harwood. She talks about the challenges and rewards of being a Māori academic and GP.