News Releases

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The articles in this section feature local and regional Poupou (Member) news about adult literacy students, tutors, managers, events and programmes

Scroll through the titles below to see a range of articles.

Lifelong learning celebrated - Dargaville, Maungaturoto

Adult Learners' Week activities with Te Roroa Learning Assistance included an annual scavenger hunt, open days at both Kaipara offices and a community march through the streets of Dargaville.

Adult learning services vital in modern, technology dependent society - Nelson

Adult Learning Support Nelson was at the centre of this year's Adult Learners' Week, He Tangata Matauranga, launch to promote the importance of life-long learning.

Andrew Wallace and Kathy Reiri - Tararua

Andrew and Kathy registered with Literacy Tamaki nui a Rua (formerly Tararua Learning Centre) last year to gain the skills to achieve their Class 2 driver licence... 

Learning Centre leads to study - Whanganui

Women win more help for studies: Felicity Halligan and Stacey Ratana have been awarded scholarships for tertiary study by the Whanganui Learning Centre.

Literacy Aotearoa to hold giant game of Scrabble at Wellington Station

Literacy Aotearoa Wellington held a giant scrabble game on International Literacy Day, an annual tradition that brings adult literacy issues into the open...

Tui Tuia Issue 7, August 2016​ - Our newsletter

International Literacy Day takes place on Rāpare (Thursday) 8 Mahuru (September). Events will be held throughout the country to celebrate adult learning, and adults in Wairoa are finding out how they learn best, making great progress and starting new career paths.