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Rangatahi Māori Paddle Waka Towards New Career Horizons

Press Release – Te Puni Kokiri

For two rangatahi who lost their jobs through COVID-19, completing the Te Puni Kkiri skills and employment programme, Pae Aronui, has given them exciting new career paths. Tonight, at Kirikiriroa Marae in Hamilton, they will proudly stand with 15 rangatahi … Read more »

EnergyMate Supporting 800 Households In Energy Hardship

Press Release – ERANZ

Electricity retailers, lines companies, and community budgeting services have partnered to deliver an expanded pilot for EnergyMate, a free in-home energy coaching service for Kiwis at risk of energy hardship, Electricity Retailers Association Acting … Read more »

Message To Wellington

Press Release – Taranaki Civic Leaders

As we look ahead to the upcoming election on 17 October 2020, it is important to remember that local and central government are partners in delivering services and public leadership to our communities. The four local authorities in Taranaki, consisting … Read more »

Unitec’s First Ever Virtual Open Day Showcases Real-world Learning With Innovative Technololgy

Press Release – Unitec

Auckland, 16 September 2020 Unitec Institute of Technology in Auckland will open its virtual doors this Saturday to a host of budding engineers, builders, architects, nurses, robotics engineers and more in its first ever virtual Open Day. Due to COVID-19 … Read more »

Boost For COVID-19-related Pacific Education Needs

Press Release – New Zealand Government

Hon Jenny Salesa   Associate Minister of Education           The Government is investing $39.7 Million over four years to support the educational needs of Pacific learners and families in the regions … Read more »

School-age Voters About To Head To Polls

Press Release – Electoral Commission

About 140,000 school-age voters will jump the gun on their adult counterparts when they start mock elections next week. A record-breaking 1,034 schools are preparing to take part in the Electoral Commissions Kids Voting civics education programme, … Read more »

The Western Union Foundation Supports International Students Impacted By COVID-19

Press Release – Western Union

September 17, 2020 The Western Union Foundation has announced a commitment of USD $250,000 to provide aid for international students struggling to fund tuition and basic needs such as healthcare, wellness, food, and housing due to the COVID-19 … Read more »

‘Eco Worm Tax’ A Winning Plan For UC Student

Press Release – University of Canterbury

A plan to introduce a unique eco-tax on waste has won a University of Canterbury (UC) Business student a virtual place at an international conference. UC Masters in Business Management student Yutika Rangari created a poster explaining her plan … Read more »

The Ethnic Pay Gap In New Zealand’s Public Sector

Press Release – Auckland University of Technology

A new study reveals significant ethnic pay disparities within the top tiers of New Zealands core public sector and district health boards. New data obtained under the Official Information Act (OIA) shows a pattern of ethnic pay disparities across … Read more »

Pasifika Intern Programme Wins Diversity Award

Press Release – Diversity Works

An internship programme designed to grow the tide of Pacific peoples influencing the public sector policies that affect all New Zealanders has won the countrys top workplace diversity award. The Ministry of Business, Innovation and Employment … Read more »

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