In the past, our people believed passionately in collectivity, that we do not stand alone--'The totara
never stands alone'.
As an official Moodle, Totara
and Google Partner, they utilise the most advanced solutions for their clients, allowing them to maximise ROI.
Wiremu Puke carved a replica carving in totara
wood of a wooden panel collected by Joseph Banks, botanist of Captain James Cook's first visit to New Zealand in 1769.
Kineo's booth (#310) will be providing demos of their multi-device solutions powered by the open source tools, Adapt, a responsive eLearning framework, and Totara
LMS, a cost-effective and flexible LMS.
A mighty totara
has fallen, but the forest remains strong and Robin's legacy will go on.
The ARBG is in a suburban area, surrounded to the east and south by housing, to the west by motorways and on- and off-ramps, and to the north by Totara
Park, a 216-ha area of mixed bush and open grassland.
Extracts from the Totara
and Manuka trees act in a similar way to broccoli, according to scientists from a New Zealand report.
North School principal Bastienne Kruger had removed the skeleton from storage and was about to use it in class when on close examination she saw that the teaching aid was not plastic as she had assumed.
Nourish your skin with this creamy blend of nutrients, enriched with macadamia and avocado oils to soften and protect skin and antioxidant totara
(Scirpus californicus) in Ecuador and Peru.
It takes 500 years for native trees like New Zealand's rata, rimu and totara
to get established, but in the first 10 years, birds such as little spotted kiwi (the national bird), brown teal, bellbird, native robin, scaup, weka and pigeon, as well as reptiles like the rare tuatara lizard, have been reintroduced.
As well as using native plant ingredients such as Manuka Oil, New Zealand Flax Gels and Totara
, some of the range also uses Halloysite clay found only in Matauri Bay, New Zealand, for its natural exfoliating and cleansing properties.