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Te Kete Tuangahuru – is our Cultural Development Service in response to education and workforce needs and desires. As experts and leaders in cultural training, we bring our reputation for quality academic delivery of programmes specialising in āhuatanga, tikanga and mātauranga Māori (Māori tradition, custom and knowledge). We work in partnership to co-create and deliver bespoke professional education programmes to community, public and corporate sectors.

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Tikanga programme collaboration
Tikanga programme collaboration
Tikanga programme collaboration
Published date : Tue, 21 May 2024 06:12 pm

Head of Undergraduate Studies at Awanuiārangi, Sheree Spooner, explains the significance of delivering a dedicated Tikanga programme.

Our Changing Coast public lecture
Te Ao Hurihuri: Te Ao Hou – Our Changing Coast public lecture
Date : 26/06/24 06:30 pm - 08:00 pm
Location : Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi, Lecture Room F205, Domain Road or Francis St, Whakatāne
Join this public lecture on climate change, sea level rise and Antartica research with GNS Principal Scientist Associate Professor Richard Levy and Professor Tim Naish from Victoria University.
Matariki Whakapiri 2024
Matariki Whakapiri 2024
Date : 27/06/24 12:00 pm - 07:00 pm
Location : Te Mānuka Tūtahi Marae, 105 Muriwai Drive, Whakatāne
We are celebrating Matariki Whakapiri on Rāpare, 27 o te Pipiri, 2024, with our whanaunga and communities from across the Mataatua rohe.

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