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Rugby Great joins Te Aho Tāmaka Manawatū Leaders

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Rugby legend David Kirk has been welcomed into Te Aho Tāmaka at an official ceremony at the Rugby and Sport Institute on Friday evening. Kirk, who famously led the All…

Manawatū Leaders support United Nations Sustainable Development Goals

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Four of Manawatū’s highest achievers will be guiding kōrero at an upcoming celebration of the United Nations 2030 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) co-hosted by Palmerston North City Council (PNCC), Massey…

Goals for a sustainable future – Q&A with Sir David Moxon

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While working in Rome as Director of the Anglican Centre, Te Aho Tāmaka leader Sir David Moxon also worked with a group that linked to the the United Nations around…

From school prefect to President of the International Ombudsman Institute – Q&A with Sir Brian Elwood

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"In some ways, looking back, my life had an unconscious element of planning but it wasn’t a case of one step leading to another, I could not have anticipated the…

From Corner Shop to Commissioner – Q&A with Vanisa Dhiru

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Desperately needed a bottle of milk during lockdown? Maybe you were on the hunt for some overlooked baking powder? Whatever it was, the local dairy was there for you. These…
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Global Leaders Give Virtual Support to Manawatū

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Global Entrepreneur Linda Jenkinson and former Black Ferns Captain, Dr Farah Palmer recently presented in an inspiring new webinar series to support Manawatū businesses. The webinars, which are free to…

Māori Business Network celebrates Leader

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This week Te Au Pakihi Māori Business Network along with the Central Economic Development Agency (CEDA) hosted an engaging and inspiring breakfast hui Massey University. The hui included presentations by…

Celebrating Manawatū Women Leaders

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The Central Economic Development Agency (CEDA) and Palmerston North Women’s Refuge are thrilled to be hosting an exciting event that brings together three inspirational Te Aho Tāmaka leaders. The event,…

New Te Aho Tāmaka Leaders Celebrated

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The Central Economic Development Agency (CEDA) is thrilled to announce the 2019 Te Aho Tāmaka Manawatū Leaders. This year's leaders add a new ranger of expertise to the programme. "We're…

Manawatū’s Greatest Achievers to be involved in Te Aho Tāmaka

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The Central Economic Development Agency (CEDA) is proud to announce the launch of Te Aho Tāmaka, a regional growth initiative for Manawatū. Te Aho Tāmaka acknowledges and celebrates Manawatū’s most illustrious leaders…

Our Te Aho Tāmaka Leaders are recognised for making a difference, both nationally and globally. Join us as we hear from these accomplished individuals through this inspirational webinar series; their reflections, thoughts and advice for making the most of these changing times.

Webinar One: Rising from the ashes with Linda Jenkinson

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In the first of our Embracing Change Webinars, hear from global entrepreneur and Te Aho Tāmaka Leader Linda Jenkinson for inspiration in this time of recovery.Linda shares her journey including…

Webinar Two: The role of Māori Culture and Knowledge in Organisational Change with Dr Farah Palmer

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In the second of our Embracing Change Webinars, hear from former captain of the Black Ferns and esteemed academic, Te Aho Tāmaka Leader Dr Farah Palmer as she reflects on…

Webinar Three: Responsible Capitalism and Decision Making Post COVID-19 with Robin Stalker

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In the third of our Embracing Change Webinars, hear from former Group CFO of Adidas, Te Aho Tāmaka Leader Robin Stalker as he inspires business to consider the impacts of…

Webinar Four: Where to next for Manawatū? with Hon. Steve Maharey

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In the fourth of our Embracing Change Webinars, Hon. Steve Maharey joins CEDA CEO Linda Stewart to discuss ‘Where to next for Manawatū?’. CEDA has been working closely with councils…

Webinar Five: Reflecting on what we’ve learnt with Simon Moutter

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In the fifth of our Embracing Change Webinars, join Simon Mouter as he reflects on the impact of COVID-19 as an opportunity to transform and grow by using what we…

Webinar Six: Youth Future – Making the most of opportunities post-COVID

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In the sixth of our Embracing Change Webinars, join Vanisa Dhiru in kōrero with IPU Alumni and Young Chamber Chair Juliana Chang as they discuss what the future could hold…

Webinar Seven: Lockdown, mental health and post COVID-19 wellbeing with Sir David Moxon

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In the seventh of our Embracing Change Webinars, join Sir David Moxon as he reflects on lockdown and the associated mental health issues many now face. How can you help…

Leader Video – Hon. Steve Maharey

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Former Senior Cabinet Minister, Vice Chancellor of Massey University, Palmerston North City Councillor and academic, Hon. Steve Maharey has a true passion for Manawatū and firmly believes in the region and all that…

Leader Video – Dr Farah Palmer

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As the former captain of the Black Ferns, Farah Palmer moved to Manawatū in 2006 and Palmerston North became her kainga, home, and the place she chose to bring up…

Leader Video – Vanisa Dhiru

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Palmerston North born Indian Vanisa Dhiru is a champion for equity issues, working for change in human rights. She holds commissioner roles with the NZ National Commission of UNESCO and…