Te Whare Wānanga Awanuiārangi


Tertiary Update readers are asked to support those affected by the floods in Edgecumbe, Whakatāne and the surrounding area by donating to a dedicated fund set up by the TEU to help with relief activities. Donations can be made to the following TEU account named Emergency Relief Fund 38-9008-0493736-13. The fund will be used to help the local Whare Wānanga supply much needed food, clothing and bedding to the community. Massive flooding...

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$2000 for two years at Awanuiārangi

$2000 for two years at Awanuiārangi


Posted By on Mar 10, 2016

TEU members at Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi will get a pay rise of $950 this year and $1100 next year if they vote in favour of a new collective agreement. Non-union members will need to wait six months longer than TEU members before they get either of the two pay rises. The TEU negotiation team is recommending members vote in favour of the two-year agreement, which will give significant pay rises to the wānanga’s lowest paid...

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While universities are consulting with staff, students and alumni about what their councils will look like next year under Steven Joyce’s new law, wānanga have not revealed their plans yet. Lincoln finished its public consultation yesterday, Auckland, Victoria, and Massey are consulting with their staff.  But Te Wānanga o Aotearoa and Te Whare Wānanga o Awanuiārangi have not revealed to TEU how they plan to restructure their new...

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Tertiary Update Vol 18 No 4 Staff at tertiary institutions in the top half of the North Island  are uniting today to support each other in their employment negotiations this year. Union members from institutes including the University of Auckland, Manukau Institute of Technology, NorthTec, AUT, AIS, Unitec, Te Wānanga o Aotearoa, Awanuiārangi, Waiariki, and Wintec all plan to support each other through collective agreement...

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Pressure for funding is driving institutions to take illegal shortcuts says TEU national president Lesley Francey. News that the tertiary education minister Steven Joyce is investigating alleged fraud of at least $10 million from public tertiary education is shocking, but it is the outcome of the financial pressure institutions find themselves under, says Lesley Francey. Lesley Francey says that tertiary institutions are paid for...

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Tertiary Update Vol 17 No 20 Late last night National MPs stalled the final reading of Sue Moroney’s paid parental leave bill which extends leave to six months. It is thought the move was deployed to prevent the government from having to use the unpopular financial veto before the general election election on 20 September , a power it has to kill bills with implications for the country’s finances –. By deliberately wasting time, the...

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