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    Historic graduation for Māori researcher at the University of Otago

    Chanel Phillips (Ngāti Hine) has become the first doctoral graduand of Te Koronga, the Māori postgraduate research excellence group at The University of Otago.

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    Alcohol consultation "failing Māori communities"

    Māori voices are not being meaningfully engaged with when it comes to liquor licensing legislation, new research from the University of Otago.

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    All smiles after being accepted to study dentistry

    Having received his final NCEA results, former Wainuiomata High School student Ethan Kamana is one step closer to fulfilling his dream of becoming a dentist.  

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    The Tapsell whānau tradition continues

    Ngāti Whakaue medical graduand Jack Tapsell will become the third member of his family to graduate with a Bachelor of Medicine and a Bachelor of Surgery (MBChB) from the University of Otago.

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    The rise of Māori health professional graduands

    Seventy-six Māori students from Otago’s health professional degrees will graduate this Saturday, 8 December, making it the largest cohort of Māori health professionals to graduate from the University of Otago.

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    Professors honoured for contribution to indigenous health

    Associate Professor Pitama and Professor Lisa Matisoo-Smith have received awards at the 2018 New Zealand Research Honours.

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    Iwi-led initiative to receive health award

    Te Kāika, an iwi-driven health and social service hub is to receive the Dame Tariana Turia Award at the Toitu Hauora Leadership Summit this month.

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    Dental teaching facility to bring smiles to South Auckland

    The University of Otago is building a dental teaching facility and patient treatment clinic in South Auckland to help meet high health needs.

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    Māori professor at Otago receives top geography award

    Professor Michelle Thompson-Fawcett, of Ngāti Whātua, has been awarded the 2018 Distinguished New Zealand Geographer Award and Medal for her work on Māori and indigenous geographies.

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    Two-thirds of food sold at sporting events unhealthy- Otago Uni report

    New research from the University of Otago says that two-thirds of food sold at rugby and netball games is considered unhealthy, undermining the positive impact of physical activity. 

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