The OneNesia mentoring program aims to deliver a program different from most tertiary mentoring as we acknowledge the significance our Pasifika culture plays on our everyday living. We are proud to announce that the OneNesia mentoring program along with MANA mentoring, will be hosting the annual "OneNesia Pasifika Panel" on Mon April 10, 6-9pm. This... Continue Reading →


Our dear Pacific has been hit again with another cyclone. Communities across Fiji have been devastated by the strongest storm ever recorded in the Southern Hemisphere. Category 5 Tropical Cyclone Winston has flattened entire villages with torrential rain, storm surges and wind gusts of up to 325 km/h - mother nature has left yet again,... Continue Reading →

Maori & Pasifika ‘WALK 4 HEALTH’

Despite the 5:00am wake up call, we had an awesome morning at the Maori & Pasifika ‘WALK 4 HEALTH’!! Many thanks to The Good Start Program & Pasifika Women’s Alliance for hosting this important event and motivating us to live a healthier lifestyle. To keep up to date with all their upcoming community events -... Continue Reading →

TAKI Thursday – The beginning of a new tradition

21.05.15  |  QUT, Botanic Bar QUTPA celebrated its very first TAKI THURSDAY! It was great to see some new faces, old faces & reunite the QUT Pasifika family after what has been a hectic semester! Wishing you all the very best in your last few pieces of assessment and upcoming exams!

QUTPA Touch Tournament

11.04.15  |  QUT Kelvin Grove, Sports Oval What an awesome day! Despite the rainy weather forecasts, we were blessed with beautiful weather. A huge thank you to all the teams, families, friends & students who attended and aided in organising this event. Our events would not be possbile without your support, enthusiasm and involvement. Much... Continue Reading →

#wearewithyouvanuatu Fundraiser

26.03.15  | QUT, Kelvin Grove We are always humbled by the incredible support of our QUT Community. QUTPA alone has managed to raise over $2,000 for Oxfam Australia with QUT donating another $10,000 to Red Cross Australia.

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