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A modern office, a historic location.
In 2022, Aukaha (1997) Ltd shifted from its former location in upper Stuart St to where it stands today at lower Hanover St. The move provided Aukaha’s Mana Ahurea creative design team a blank canvas to implement a mana whenua narrative in its own interior design project. Our office workspace at 266 Hanover Street, Dunedin celebrates its authentic/historic anchoring within Ōtepoti, in a modern uplifting space that meets the needs of a diverse team.
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Rakatahi of Aukaha: Korako Edwards
Our final instalment in our Rakatahi series features Korako Edwards, who is passionate about the environment and aspires to see his whānau Kāi Tahu, and Māori across New Zealand, taking a leadership role in terms of the protection and enhancement of our taiao.
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Whare Ora – preparing for Makariri
Funding remains available for whānau homes that require critical and essential upgrades. Find out if your whare is eligible.
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Andrea Shaw and her predecessor Paul Miller with Khobi Pere, a tauira of the He Toki Electrical course.
Paving the way for others – Mana Takata
A former Ōtākou kaik kid has made it her mission in life to ensure everyone has a fair chance at getting into quality employment.
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