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SISTER ACT: Jeanne Pau’uvale-Teisina, left, and Lorraine Pau’uvale plan to use their degrees to give back to their community.

Sisters giving back

Education is a family affair for two South Auckland sisters. Jeanne Pau’uvale-Teisina and Lorraine Pau’uvale have both graduated with a masters in education (honours) from AUT University. They’re following in the footsteps of their mother Meleane, who gained a bachelor of education in early childhood education from AUT in 2005 and their father, Siosifa, who […]

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Fight to save public broadcasting

The New Zealand government’s reasons for cutting funding to Television NZ have been “rubbished” at a public meeting in Auckland last night. Members of Parliament and about 300 members of the public met at the Freemans Bay Community Hall and stood as a white coffin displaying the epitaph “Public service television” and draped with a […]

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Vakameasina extended three years for RSE employees

23 February 2012: After the successful two-year Pilot of the Recognised Seasonal Employer (RSE) Worker Training programme, or ‘Vakameasina’ as it is more commonly known, the New Zealand Aid Programme has signed a contract with Fruition Horticulture to extend the training for another three years. This means that each year, up to 500 workers who […]

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Foundation continues Tessa Horan’s work in Tonga

Six years after death of Aspen volunteer, friends and family to build garden ASPEN — In 2006, Tessa Horan was volunteering for the Peace Corps in the small, remote village of Tu’anuku in the South Pacific island kingdom of Tonga. Three weeks into her assignment, she was killed by a tiger shark, but her family […]

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