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Published: 13 September, 2019

ANZ - Insulation

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Healthy homes

We live in the best place in the world. But the places we live in aren't always built to suit New Zealand conditions.  Half of all Kiwi homes lack adequate insulation, which makes them cold, damp and expensive to heat. It's impacting our well-being, with 1 in 6 Kiwis affected by respiratory disease.

ANZ is committed to helping Kiwis live in warmer, drier homes. Because a home should be more than a place to live, but to thrive.

Here you can see the ways we are helping you into a warmer, drier and more energy efficient home. 

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Published: 5 September, 2019

Kaumātua Service Providers

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Empowering Kaumātua Mana Motuhake 2019

19-21 November 2019 Rotorua

Published: 28 August, 2019

Sir Hugh Kawharu Scholarship for Innovation in Science

The Sir Hugh Kawharu Masters Scholarship for Innovation in Science is a scholarship for Māori students who are engaged in masters level study in the sciences. It is awarded by the Kawharu Foundation with assistance from the Royal Society of New Zealand, and comprises a grant of $10,000.  The Scholarship is applicable across a broad range of science disciplines including the physical, mathematical and computational, earth, environment, marine, social, health, biological, biomedical, human, and behavioural sciences.  Applications for the 2020 academic year close on Monday 7 October 2019. Further information about the Scholarship and an application form is available on the Royal Society’s website, Sir Hugh Kawharu Scholarship for Innovation in Science

Published: 27 August, 2019

Te Koko O Te Reo

Te Koko O Te Reo

Te Koko o Te Reo – celebrating te reo Māori in our schools, homes and our communities is a free public event to connect and engage ākonga and kaiako, as well as whānau and communities with a range of quality te reo Māori resources, tools, programmes and initiatives to support them on their te reo Māori journey. There will be some 40-50 exhibitions from all over Aotearoa that showcase the range of quality te reo Māori rauemi, tools, programmes and initiatives to support their te reo Māori journey.

Further it’s an opportunity to hear from those in the field of te reo Māori revitalisation who will share their experiences and impart knowledge of using te reo Māori in our schools, homes and our communities. Guest speakers include Dr Ruakere Hond, Ani Piki-Tuari, Kingi Kiriona, Pania Papa and many more.

The event will also be a launching pad for a new online platform to host te reo Māori curriculum resources – Kauwhata Reo to support those learning in and through te reo Māori. Minister Davis will be showcasing Kauwhata Reo at Te Koko o Te Reo.

I look forward to you and your teams coming down to show support for Te Koko o te Reo and encourage you to promote the event within your teams and communities.

Te Koko O Te Reo TeKokoOTeReo Flyer 2019 - (226 KB Adobe Acrobat PDF file) »

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