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  1. Video for Nikayla Williams awarded $10,000 scholarship
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    Nikayla Williams awarded $10,000 scholarship

    Results for almost 168,000 NCEA students were released today online by the qualifications authority with almost 28,000 logging in within the first hour

  2. Video for Decolonising the curriculum
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    Decolonising the curriculum

    Auckland primary school teacher of 25 years, Tamsin Hanley has mortgaged her home to be able to research and produce 'A critical guide to Māori and Pākehā histories', a professional development package aimed at educating teachers about accurate histories of NZ.

  3. Video for Chairman of Te Matarau Trust tenders for increased trades funding in Northland
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    Chairman of Te Matarau Trust tenders for increased trades funding in Northland

    The chairman of Te Matarau Education Trust has today ordered $1m of extra Government funding to sustain the Whangarei-based trades training scheme.

  4. Video for Take a look inside Gisborne's Tairawhiti Waka
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    Take a look inside Gisborne's Tairawhiti Waka

    Gisborne's Tairawhiti waka will open to the public next week. Traditional Navigator Te Aturangi Nepia-Clamp takes Te Kāea on an exclusive tour.

  5. Video for Master Carver envisions whakairo wānanga in every iwi
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    Master Carver envisions whakairo wānanga in every iwi

    Clive Fugill is the longest-serving employee at Te Puia Māori Arts and Crafts Institute in Rotorua having served 50 years. Te Arawa refers to him as the master carver of our time, so Te Kāea took the time to catch up with him.

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    Māori recognised for contribution to education

    Reverend Matiu Eru, Dr Haare Williams, Sarah Reo, Hare Paniora, and Archdeacon Wiremu Kaua are a part of the 2018 New Year Honours list for their contribution to Māori and education. 

  7. Video for Nothing worth having ever comes easy - Stacey Waaka
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    Nothing worth having ever comes easy- Stacey Waaka

    World Champion Black Fern Stacey Waaka says she's living her dream. A role model for young Māori women on and off the field, she hopes to inspire young Māori women to chase goals in academia and in sport. Te Kāea caught up with her at her graduation.

  8. Video for Tairawhiti's floating classroom arrives in Gisborne
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    Tairawhiti's floating classroom arrives in Gisborne

    The double-hulled voyaging canoe Tairawhiti, which will serve as a floating classroom, has arrived home at Gisborne's port. The million-dollar project set sail from Auckland on its maiden voyage home last week.

  9. Video for Ātea-a-rangi project to provide waka navigation education for students
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    Ātea-a-rangi project to provide waka navigation education for students

    After four years the giant star compass project, Atea a Rangi, in Hawke's Bay has been completed and officially opened at a special dawn ceremony this morning. It's not only a tourist spot but an educational tool for celestial waka navigation. 

  10. Video for Māori ancestral knowledge about fungi to be taught in schools
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    Māori ancestral knowledge about fungi to be taught in schools

    A new resource has been created to reconnect students to Māori ancestral knowledge about fungi. 

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