Eteroa Lafaele loves technology, and she’s on a mission to make sure that other Pacific people do too.
The Ministry of Education has announced changes to the NCEA subjects list, with Pacific Studies added to the fore.
Māori-Tongan sisters Siu Williams-Lemi and Leah Williams-Partington are building a young fanbase through Loopy Tunes Preschool Music.
Te reo Māori teacher Angel Mosese shares her te reo journey from childhood to motherhood.
Eteroa Lafaele is delivering much needed laptops to Pasifika students through her project DigiTautua.
Te Wiki o Te Reo Māori celebrations kick off this week, and one website is making it easier for all Kiwis to take part. A pepeha is a Māori way of introducing yourself by “sharing your connections with the people and places that are important to you”. Pepeha.nz has provided some guides on its website […]
McAuley High School and De La Salle College are among several Auckland secondary schools in self-isolation following confirmed cases of Covid-19. De La Salle Principal Myles Hogarty said he was contacted directly by the Director of Education Isabel Evans and the Auckland District Health Board on Friday 20th August. “They informed me that a 15-year-old […]
Tony Laulu is on a mission to increase the representation of young Pacific Islanders in children’s books.
Pacific mental wellbeing programme Le Toloa is helping Pasifika cope with the stresses of everyday life.