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    Khylee Quince the first Māori dean of law at an Aotearoa university

    Associate Professor Khylee Quince hopes to increase participation among Māori while also indigenising the entire law sector. 

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    Lecturer shares thesis on Māori media

    Communication lecturer for AUT Atakohu Middleton has recently completed her thesis which focused on Māori media and the differences in terms of how it operates compared to mainstream.

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    Benefits for Māori working a four-day week

    Professor Human Resource Management Jarrod Haar from Auckland University of Technology advocates the four day week and has researched the unique factors associated with Māori in the workplace.

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    Mana whenua asked to tautoko Muslim community

    Rangatahi have spoken out about how important it is for mana whenua to take on the responsibility for further supporting the Muslim community following the Christchurch shooting.

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    Jews and non-Jews honoured at UNIHRD Commemorations

    Both Jews and non-Jews will be remembered and honoured in events across the country tomorrow, for the United Nations' International Holocaust Remembrance Day.

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    First Holocaust commemorations on Auckland marae

    Jewish and non-Jewish communities around the country gathered to commemorate United Nations' International Holocaust Remembrance Day. For the first time Auckland commemorations took place on the marae at AUT.

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    The best exercise for Māori men

    A new study tells what Māori men really think about exercise.  Dr Isaac Warbrick says through his qualitative study he has discovered why Māori men are lacking the motivation to get to the gym and live a more fitness-focused life.  

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    Academics claim Pākehā bicultural interactions with Māori are destructive

    Academics claim while Pākehā bicultural interactions with Māori can be seen to strengthen the culture, it's potentially destroying and destructive.

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    AUT opens the pantry for students in hardship

    Auckland University of Technology has set up a new initiative on all three of its campuses called Foodie Godmother, which is a free open-door pantry. 

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    Māori uni students' mixed feelings about govt spending

    Māori university students have mixed feelings about where the government has decided to spend some of its funding, following the significant difference in funding allocated to overseas aid and homelessness in Aotearoa.

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