|Thu 26 May 10:30 am|
Media Release: Mayor Andrew Judd Peace Walk
On Wednesday 15 June, people from across New Zealander will gather in Taranaki to participate in a three day, forty-four kilometer Peace Walk from the Mayor’s office in New Plymouth to Parihaka
|Wed 25 May 04:09 pm|
First reading for Whanganui Awa Bill
A big morning for iwi with parliament hearing the first reading of the Ngai Te Rangi and Nga Potiki Claims Settlement Bill and the Te Awa Tupua (Whanganui River Claims Settlement) Bill.
|Wed 25 May 04:06 pm|
Grassroots content driving Tumeke success
Whakatane's Tumeke FM had a good night at the New Zealand Radio Awards, walking away with the tohu for best iwi station.
|Wed 25 May 04:03 pm|
Kura hourua experiment overhyped
Greens co-leader Metiria Turei says kura hourua are an experiment on Maori children that needs to end.
A group of young men who built a youth centre for their marae are among the winners of this year’s Youth Awards.
Coromandel anti-mining activists will be in court today after being arrested at the weekend protesting Australian company Newcrest’s exploratory drilling for gold at the foot of Mount Karangahake.
Nga Mana Whenua o Tamaki Makaurau Limited Partnership has been given a right of first refusal on two of the three latest sites that has been earmarked for housing in Auckland.
Maori make up less than nine per cent of the dairy workforce and leave the industry earlier than other groups, DairyNZ research shows.
The Maori affairs select committee has gone out to social media to encourage submissions on Te Ture Whenua Maori Bill.
A big tick for a programme that gives tamariki in mainstream schools 30 minutes of exposure to te reo Maori every week.
Remains of Maori and Moriori held for more than a century by one of America’s premier cultural institutions will be welcomed back to Te Papa Tongarewa in Wellington on Friday.
Top of the South Island iwi Ngati Apa ki te Ra To has teamed up with private training company Workforce Development to provide iwi members with foundation learning in their workplaces.
Maori Party co-leader Te Ururoa Flavell says he’s disappointed at Labour’s continuing opposition to charter schools.
Nga Taonga Sound & Vision has digitally restored the late Merata Mita’s ground breaking documentary Bastion Point - Day 507.
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