Te ao Māori
Thank you for gifting us you, Fes
27 February 2024
Opinion: Damn it hurts: A letter to Fa’anānā Efeso Collins, from Professor Jemaima Tiatia-Siau
Revolutionary iwi partnership aims to elevate dementia care
26 February 2024
Waipapa Taumata Rau, University of Auckland partners with Ngāpuhi to develop support strategies for carers and whānau of kaumātua with mate wareware.
Missing Māori wood carvings found after 200 years
22 February 2024
Eight treasured whakairo rākau that were thought to be long-lost have been located in museums across the globe.
Award recipients aim to improve Māori cancer care
15 February 2024
Two University of Auckland researchers are committed to improving equity in cancer care.
Same, same but different: new whakairo at Waipapa Marae
8 February 2024
In honouring tradition, Waipapa Marae replaces old carvings with new, marking a symbolic renewal of heritage.
Why this Pākehā celebrates Te Tiriti
6 February 2024
Neal Curtis explains how the foundational document of his adopted country offers a different way of being in a world of resource depletion, pollution and disrespect
Emotional ‘see you later’ to 40-year-old marae
30 January 2024
Tūtahi Tonu, the University’s first established marae has begun dismantling as the Faculty of Education and Social Work starts a new chapter at the City Campus.
Te Tiriti and corporate democracy
16 January 2024
In light of the Government's proposed Treaty Principles Bill, Gehan Gunasekara emphasises learning from corporate governance lessons.
Enhancing the mana of Te Tiriti
5 December 2023
Opinion: There is no need for the Act Party’s ‘principles’, because there are not two treaties, says Professor Margaret Mutu. There is only one – Te Tiriti o Waitangi
Hikoi reveal impact of climate change on landscape over time
1 December 2023
Having walked the length of Aotearoa on three separate hikoi since 2013, Dr Phillipa Pehi has borne witness to the impact climate change is having on the landscape and the people she meets along the way.
Researcher receives Cranwell Medal for services during Covid-19
15 November 2023
Dr Natalie Netzler is a recipient of The Cranwell Medal for excellence in communicating research and information to Māori communities during Covid-19
Sir Richard Faull bestowed korowai and tokotoko
13 November 2023
In a ceremony held at Waipapa marae, Distinguished Professor Sir Richard Faull received a korowai and tokotoko for his contributions to Māori and neuroscience.