Formal welcome for new Ihonuku te Moana-nui-a-Kiwa Jemaima Tiatia
27 June 2022
Formal welcome for new Ihonuku te Moana-nui-a-Kiwa Associate Professor Jemaima Tiatia
A new Pacific reset? Why NZ must prioritise climate change and labour mobility
21 June 2022
Opinion: Ongoing commitment by Australia and New Zealand to improve climate change and labour mobility policies is essential for the future durability of our Pacific partnership.
Championing Samoa’s hard-won fight for freedom
17 June 2022
Opinion: As Samoa's new PM visits NZ, Dr Marcia Leenen-Young looks at the determination of multiple generations in Samoa who fought to govern themselves.
Law alumna scores inaugural writers’ residency
14 June 2022
Ockham award winning writer and former lawyer Gina Cole will work on her upcoming Pasifika futurism novel in Australia this year thanks to a new writers’ residency.
Meet two Māori and Pacific students among Fulbright award winners
13 June 2022
The Fulbright New Zealand exchange awards have been announced and among the recipients are Zoe Catherine Lavatangaloa Henry and Alehandrea Raiha Manuel.
Sir Collin Tukuitonga: the newest Niuean Knight
6 June 2022
Associate Professor Collin Tukuitonga receives a knighthood in 2022 Queen's Birthday honours.
Celebrating our Sāmoan Wayfinders
2 June 2022
Vaiaso o le Gagana Sāmoa is a time to celebrate not only Gagana Samoa but also the people who are guardians of the language.
Volcanologist Shane Cronin back from scientific experience of a lifetime
1 June 2022
Professor Shane Cronin’s data from Tonga provides new paradigms and tools for responding to volcanic eruptions.
Language and identity: haunting issues for Sāmoan diaspora
1 June 2022
Opinion: For Sāmoan Language Week, Patrick Saulmatino Thomsen examines the challenges and hope for Sāmoans in NZ who don't speak their mother tongue.
Vaiaso o le Gagana Samoa
30 May 2022
It is Samoa Language Week – Vaiaso o le Gagana Samoa – from 29 May to 4 June. Celebrations are taking place around New Zealand and here at the University.
Tautua and Alofa: Farewell Aunty Judy
24 May 2022
After 21 years of tautua, the University of Auckland has farewelled ‘Aunty’ Judy McFall-McCaffery.
Linda Tyler unpacks a Serene Timoteo artwork
16 May 2022
The University Art Collection has more than 1,700 items across five campuses. Linda Tyler showcases another of her favourite pieces.