TIASA NEWS

TIASA members at Ara unanimously reject Management’s salary offer

TIASA members attending yesterday’s Branch stopwork meeting at Ara Institute of Canterbury, voted unanimously to reject Ara’s salary offer for the Allied Staff collective agreement. The offer of 1.3% for a one year term or, 1.4% + 1.4% for a two year term...

A very special Taonga has gone

‘Aunty’ Bea – A teacher, an author, a carer, a fundraiser, an entertainer, a humanitarian, and to all of us who were fortunate to have her touch our lives, a Taonga. The death of ‘Aunty’ Bea Yates late last week is a huge loss to Rotorua, Maoridom, and all...

TIASA Engagement in ITP Roadmap 2020 Feedback

The Tertiary Education Commission (TEC) is leading a project to develop a roadmap to sustainability for New Zealand’s institutes of technology and polytechnics (ITPs). TEC have been meeting with all 16 ITPs and talking to governing councils, management,...

Give Nothing To Racism

New Zealand’s first nationwide anti-racism campaign Give Nothing to Racism has won top honours at the Asia-Pacific Communications Awards taking out the supreme award for the best communications campaign by an NGO, association or institution. An international jury made...

Maori Language Week

Māori Language Week is set to kick off Monday 11 September, with “Kia ora te reo Māori” as this year’s theme which not only picks up our national greeting but means literally, ‘Let the Māori Language live’.