Latest School news

2017

MAY

NEW HEAD OF SCHOOL

Prof Meihana Durie 2017

MARCH

20th Anniversary of Te Pūtahi-a-Toi Building opening

2016

OCTOBER

Dawn blessing for wharekai site
Dawn blessing for wharekai 2016

AUGUST

Dr Darryn Joseph

  • presented a co-authored paper: ‘Tū ana, tau ana! Māori literacies for the modern age’, at the ‘International Board on Books for Young People Congress’, Auckland, 18-21 August

Mr Hone Morris

  • translated a teaching resource: ‘Mātaki mai ana te Ao – Te Tawhio Pihirei o 1981’ (The Whole World is watching – The Springbox Tour of 1981)
  • interpreted at the Environmental Court in Hastings, 25 August in the case: ‘Maungaharuru – Tangitū Trust against PanPac and HBRC’. Mr Morris’ name has been added to the national register of Interpreters

Mr Malcolm Mulholland

  • wrote a report: ‘Independent Expert Adviser Briefing Document’, to the Maori Affairs Select Committee Hearing Petition 2014/37 of Waimarama Anderson and Leah Bell
  • wrote a report: ‘Independent Internal Review Report of Te Rau Puawai’, to the Board of Te Rau Puawai, 31 August
  • gave an ‘Independent Expert Advisor Briefing Presentation’, to the Maori Affairs Select Committee Hearing Petition 2014/37 of Waimarama Anderson and Leah Bell, held at Parliament Buildings, Wellington, 10 August
  • acted as an ‘Independent Expert Advisor’, to hear Select Committee Submissions to the Maori Affairs Select Committee Hearing Petition 2014/37 of Waimarama Anderson and Leah Bell, held at Auckland Airport Quality Hotel, 20 August

JULY

Dr Spencer Lilley

  • had a chapter published: ‘Ko Aotearoa tenei: indigenous cultural and intellectual property rights in Aotearoa New Zealand’, in C. Callison, L. Roy, & G. LeCheminant (Eds.) ‘Indigenous Notions of Ownership and Libraries, Archives and Museums’, (pp. 107 - 125), Berlin, Germany: De Gruyter

Mr Malcolm Mulholland

  • was appointed as an Independent Advisor to the Maori Affairs Select Committee: Petition 2014/37 of Waimarama Anderson and Leah Bell (New Zealand Wars)

MAY

Mr Malcolm Mulholland

  • had an article published: ‘New Zealand’s indigenous reconciliation efforts show having a treaty isn’t enough,’ in ‘The Conversation’

APRIL

Mr Malcolm Mulholland

  • made a submission to the Maori Affairs Select Committee in Support of Petition 2014/0037 of Waimarama Anderson and Leah Bell (New Zealand Land Wars) on 21 April

MARCH

Dr Spencer Lilley

  • had a co-authored work published: ‘Raranga te kete aronui: Weaving Social and Cultural Inclusion into New Zealand Library and Information Science Education’, in Ursula Gorham, Natalie Greene Taylor , Paul T. Jaeger (ed.) Perspectives on Libraries as Institutions of Human Rights and Social Justice (Advances in Librarianship, Volume 41) Emerald Group Publishing Limited., pp.373 – 398

Mr Malcolm Mulholland

  • received recognition from Deputy Prime Minister Bill English for being a member of the Flag Consideration Project at a function in Wellington on 31 March

FEBRUARY

Mr Malcolm Mulholland

  • released an e-book: ‘New Zealand Flag Facts’, 22 February

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