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    Ōrākei Marae prepares for Dr Ranginui Walker's tangihanga

    Ōrākei Marae are in preparation for the tangihanga of leading academic and Māori activist Dr Ranginui Walker.

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    Dr Ranginui Walker leaves legacy of activism and academic achievement

    Dr Ranginui Walker has passed away at the age of 83. He is survived by his wife Deidre, their three children and many grandchildren. He leaves a lasting legacy of activism and academic achievement.

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    University of Auckland remembers Dr Ranginui Walker

    The University of Auckland is saddened by the death of Emeritus Professor Dr Ranginui Walker who died this morning at the age of 83.

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    Tahitians visit Māori Television

    A surprise visit to Māori Television today saw the building transformed into a marae and the staff mesmerised by the sound of the drums and the melodious sounds of song, by a group of students from the University of Tahiti.

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    Dudley wants more Māori in Clinical Psychology

    Dr Makarena Dudley wants more Māori students training to become clinical psychologists. The goal comes with her appointment at the University of Auckland as the first full-time Māori lecturer of the Doctorate in Clinical Psychology programme.

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    Students discuss racism within university environment

    Student-run initiative I, Too, Am Auckland will hold an event today, launching a series of videos addressing racism in universities.

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    Student loan cap extended from 7 to 8 years

    The cap for the number of years undergraduate students are eligible for loans has been lifted, an important win for New Zealand students.

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    Research provides new insight into Māori university graduates

    New research shows that almost half of recent Māori university graduates were the first in their families to attend university, one third are parents and 70% are female.

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    University students to rally against ever-increasing fees

    Students from the University of Auckland will rally against the ever-increasing fees they are being faced with. In the past ten years, fees at the University have gone up 50.82% or by over $2,400 per student per year.

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    Ngā Tauira Māori to compete in Queen Liliuokalani Memorial Canoe Race in Hawai'i

    A team of young Māori students from the University of Auckland Ngā Tauira Māori are training hard for one of the world's longest and most challenging outrigger canoe races to take place in Hawai'i next month.

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