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    Users of an online Maori dictionary believe te reo Maori should be a core subject at primary school level. <br/><a class='readlink' href='waateanews/x_story_id/MTU3NTQ= /Dictionary-users-keen-on-compulsory-lessons'>Read more</a>
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    Maori scientists and business leaders are looking for ways the government's science challenges can address issues of concern to Maori. <br/><a class='readlink' href='waateanews/x_story_id/MTU3NTM= /Korero-rangatira-to-frame-science-research'>Read more</a>
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    The Supreme Court has found that the crown does have a fiduciary duty to uphold the terms of the 1845 decision <br/><a class='readlink' href='waateanews/x_story_id/MTU3NTI= /Supreme-Court-upsets-Nelson-settlement'>Read more</a>
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Tue 28 Feb 03:21 pm
Dictionary users keen on compulsory lessons
Users of an online Maori dictionary believe te reo Maori should be a core subject at primary school level.
Tue 28 Feb 03:18 pm
Korero rangatira to frame science research
Maori scientists and business leaders are looking for ways the government's science challenges can address issues of concern to Maori.
Tue 28 Feb 03:00 pm
Supreme Court upsets Nelson settlement
The Supreme Court has found that the crown does have a fiduciary duty to uphold the terms of the 1845 decision that the crown reserve 15,000 acres of land included in the New Zealand company's Nelson purchase for the benefit of its customary owners.
Tue 28 Feb 03:00 pm
Ngaruawahia home expands into papakainga
A Ngaruawahia whanau has built a 9-bedroom whare in what it sees as a bridge to members eventually being able to afford their own homes.

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