Te Reo Māori boost for indigenous language in Brazil

Te Reo Māori boost for indigenous language in Brazil

Indigenous children in southern Brazil have been twirling poi while learning how to nurture their own indigenous language with the help of Te Reo Māori language revival specialists from Massey University.

BA grad takes war history to the streets

BA grad takes war history to the streets

Taking the history of the 28th Māori Battalion to the streets has been a dream job for Bachelor of Arts history major Evan Greensides - he's led the Poppy Project in Palmerston North to help make the community more aware of the wartime personalities their streets are named after.

$30k scholarship to study science at Massey

$30k scholarship to study science at Massey

A high school pupil, who dreams of bringing sustainable living to the world, has received $30,000 to study Natural Sciences at Massey University in Albany.

Massey gets Marsden funding for Pacific customary land use study

Massey gets Marsden funding for Pacific customary land use study

Research into whether monetary prosperity in the Pacific can go hand-in-hand with honouring customary land practices is one of seven Massey University projects to share in $3.1 million from the Royal Society's Marsden Fund, announced today.

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