|Mon 09 Dec 03:51 pm|
Protestors gift of love offered in rememberance
Mana leader Hone Harawira is trying to get himself and party vice president John Minto to South Africa to attend memorial services for Nelson Mandela, who died last Friday.
|Mon 09 Dec 02:57 pm|
Writer has novel approach to land grab
Writer Patricia Grace and her whanau have turned to the Maori Land Court in a last ditch attempt to stop ancestral land at Waikanae being buried under concrete.
|Mon 09 Dec 02:54 pm|
McKenzie targets youth vote
The Maori Party’s Te Tai Hauauru candidate says getting younger Maori out to vote will be vital in winning the seat.
|Mon 09 Dec 01:30 pm1|
Tribe revamps airforce houses
A veto by local MP John Key on state rental housing going in to the Hobsonville defence land redevelopment means few in Ngati Whatua are likely to end up living on the whenua, but the iwi has found a way to benefit.
A long running campaign by elements of south Taranaki hapu Ngati Tu to carve out land from Paraninihi ki Waitotara has foundered in the Maori Land Court.
The next MP for Te Te Tai Hauauru will be a man who has worked in the office of outgoing MP Tariana Turia, and who has also negotiated a treaty settlement for his iwi.
Maori Affairs Minister Pita Sharples is among the small group chosen to accompany Prime Minister John Key to this week’s official memorial service for former South African president Nelson Mandela.
The Treasury says it wants to develop closer relationships with Maori to reflect the changing shape of New Zealand.
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