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    TWOA welcomes new CEO Te Ururoa Flavell

    Te Wānanga o Aotearoa welcomed the Rangiwewehi son and his people as he takes up his new role as CEO of the country's second-highest tertiary provider.

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    Record number of food items sent out to schools

    More than 25,000 more households are asking for food hardship grants compared to this time last year.   

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    C Company descendants support A Company memorial house

    The Waitangi National Trust is looking to build a memorial house for the 28th Māori Battalion at Waitangi.  However, not all tribes support the idea.

  4. Video for Auckland brought to a halt as teachers rally on Queen St
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    Auckland brought to a halt as teachers rally on Queen St

    About 29,000 teachers and principals are on strike today, closing most primary and intermediate schools across the country.  Thousands of protesters rallied in Auckland City against unfair work conditions and unreasonable pay. 

  5. Video for Northland primary teachers 'bearing the brunt' of social issues
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    Northland primary teachers 'bearing the brunt' of social issues

    The chairman of Te Tai Tokerau Principals Association says many Northland primary school teachers are being 'forced' into pastoral care roles dealing with situations stemming from social problems at school such as drugs, and domestic violence.

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    Te Tai Tokerau teachers take protest to the streets

    Nearly 1,000 members of the New Zealand Education Institute - Te Riu Roa in Northland were among the 29,000 primary school teachers nationwide who took to the streets this morning to gain government and public attention for better pay, conditions and incentives to attract new teachers.

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    Respected Tūhoe patriarch Boy Biddle passes away

    Respected Tūhoe elder and educationalist Boy Thompson Biddle passed away peacefully in Whakatāne Hospital today.

  8. Video for Teachers set to strike, first time in 24 years
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    Teachers set to strike, first time in 24 years

    29,000 primary teachers and principals around the country are set to strike today to send a message to the Government that the current offer from the Ministry of Education will not fix the teaching crisis.

  9. Video for Proposed changes to Māori faculty spark protest at Waikato Uni
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    Proposed changes to Māori faculty spark protest at Waikato Uni

    Over 100 protestors gathered outside the University of Waikato to oppose proposed changes that would see the University's Faculty of Māori and Indigenous studies lose its status and be placed under the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences.  Students say it's a breach of the Treaty of Waitangi. 

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    Students tackle environmental issues

    South Auckland students took their education beyond the school curriculum today by creating solutions to some of New Zealand's pressing environmental issues. Te Kāea took a look at the skills students displayed at the Tiaki Expo.

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