|Tue 17 Oct 05:39 pm|
Taitokerau Forests' final profit whets appetites for repeat
Northland Maori landowners want another round of forests, but they don't want to repeat the mistakes
|Tue 17 Oct 04:21 pm|
Merger beefs up farm training in south
Agriculture training body Taratahi says the transfer of the Telford polytechnic near Balclutha creates
|Tue 17 Oct 04:18 pm|
Wananga looks at NZ Wars legacy
Te Whare Wananga o Awanuiarangi and Te Runanga o Ngati Awa have teamed up to present a symposium on
|Tue 17 Oct 04:12 pm|
Young activists seek climate change voice
A group of young Maori and Pasifika climate change activists is raising funds to get the first indigenous
Hone Harawira and his former Maori Party leader Dame Tariana Turia disagreed on some things politically, but they agreed on the need to tackle the high rates of smoking among Maori.
The group Save Our Unique Landscape is off to the the Environment Court to appeal a decision clearing the way for a housing development at Ihumatao.
World War 1 was 100 years ago, but some of the songs that spurred New Zealand soldiers in the trenches or comforted their loved ones on the home front are still sung today.
It's Conservation Week and that has many Maori looking at the ngahere and wanting to understand its secrets.
Tuwharetoa Maori Trust Board is ramping up its investment in tourism.
Te Whare Wananga o Awanuiarangi and Te Runanga o Ngati Awa have teamed up to present a symposium on the wars between Maori and colonial troops, and how they affect lives today.
A group of young Maori and Pasifika climate change activists is raising funds to get the first indigenous youth delegation from Aotearoa to a major United Nations conference in Germany next month.
The spring shearing season has started, and that gives Maori in the industry a chance to shine in competitions.
Labour Party deputy leader Kelvin Davis believes the shape of the next Government could emerge in the next 48 hours ... but he still doesn't know which way New Zealand First leader Winston Peters will jump.
Northland Maori landowners want another round of forests, but they don't want to repeat the mistakes of the past.
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