• Yet another tertiary institution has adopted the E Tū Whānau kaupapa to support Māori students navigate their academic year. Inspired...

  • First Prize ‘Whakatō te Kākano’ ‘Whakatō Te Kākano’ performed by Tatana and Tame Tuari, Raniera Samuels and Kawai Joe of...

  • The winners of the inaugural E Tū Whānau Song competition for waiata inspiring positive change and reflecting Māori values were...

  • Judges, Maisey Rika, Ngahiwi Apanui and Maaka McGregor will have a tough job choosing the three winning waiata in this...

  • Talented individuals, friends, and whānau from all corners of Aotearoa have pooled their talents, creativity and come up with thoughtful...

  • Māori women who have chosen Islam as their religion shared how they maintained tikanga alongside their faith at the annual...

  • Twelve Heavens, Doce Cielos, a poetry book launched on 12 May 2016, is a ground-breaking cultural collaboration between Aotearoa’s Latin...

  • Mahi tahi (co-operation) and confidence building were the hallmarks of a school holiday programme designed by rangatahi and based on...

  • Waiwhetu Marae is the centre of a vibrant and long established urban papakāinga housing 120 whānau of Te Atiawa descendants...

  • Fifteen-year-old Tuauri Reriti is surprisingly wise for his years.  As an ‘at risk’ ten-year-old, he was lucky enough to be...

  • Te Ranga Hau Raro (the Lower Winds), a school holiday programme run by Waiwhetu Marae, offers ‘at risk’ rangatahi adventures and...

  • The Waiwhetu Marae kitchen is a hotbed of laughter, healthy food and leadership, much of which is provided by 84-year-old...