UPDATED: WATER HAS BEEN RESTORED TO AUT’S NORTH CAMPUS AND STUDENT VILLAGE, Tuesday 19 September, 18:45. Water is now back on at AUT’s North Campus and Akoranga Student Village, but the campus remains closed tonight. Classes will resume tomorrow, Wednesday 20 September 2017.
Hemi Kelly, a licensed translator and full-time lecturer at Te Ara Poutama, was given the privilege and challenge of translating Witi Ihimaera’s latest novel into te reo Māori.
There's a little over two weeks before applications close for the annual Freemasons Scholarships on 1 October. Administered by the Freemasons Charity, the annual scholarship is aimed at students who are actively involved in their community.
Last updated: 06-Jan-2016 2.39pm
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