|Fri 26 Aug 02:36 pm|
Montero Daniels committed to iwi well being
Kai Tahu, Kati Mamoe and Waitaha are mourning educationalist and former Ngai Tahu Maori Trust Board member Montero Daniels.
|Fri 26 Aug 02:36 pm|
Kotahitanga big question for Kingitanga Day
Kotahitanga, hauora Maori and language development are on the agenda for next month’s Kiingitanga Day at Waikato University.
|Fri 26 Aug 02:33 pm|
Waikaremoana whare a tribal battleground
The son of New Zealand’s first Maori architect says the planned destruction of one of his father John Scott’s most significant buildings is an attempt to deny Ngati Ruapani a place at Lake Waikaremoana.
|Fri 26 Aug 02:21 pm|
Government rejects anti-slavery bill
Labour MP Peeni Henare says the government’s refusal to allow his anti-slavery bill to get a second reading sends a bad signal about New Zealand’s willingness to stand up for what is right.
Mana leader Hone Harawira says Auckland Maori Statutory Board chair David Taipari should stand down because of what he says is the way he failed to protect wahi tapu in the super city.
Whaataapaka Marae in Karaka are holding a moko wananga this weekend at which about 20 waahine will take on the moko kauae as a mark of respect for the Kingitanga.
Top of the south iwi Ngati Apa ki te Ra To is sending all its new entrants off to school with branded backpacks containing all the materials their school requires them to have.
A transport company owned by Ngai Tahu and Tainui denies it is bringing in drivers from overseas instead of hiring locals.
Archbishop Brown Turei will resign as Te Pihopa ki Te Tai Rawhiti at the end of this year, and as Te Pihopa o Aotearoa from the end of March next year.
Sir Jerry Mataparae is has been officially farewelled as the nation’s governor general, and the verdict is in he was a class act.
Almost two percent of Maori could be considered homeless, five times the rate for Pakeha.
Labour leader Andrew Little says he’s disappointed the Maori king has stepped into the political arena by attacking Labour.
A Rotorua-based Maori educator says people are getting the wrong end of the stick about a plan to accredit providers on online learning.
Maori students are kicking off their annual conference in Wellington with a march to parliament for the freedom of West Papua.
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