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    Health Minister Jonathan Coleman says Maori nursing graduates are more likely to be employed than some of their counterparts. <br/><a class='readlink' href='waateanews/x_story_id/MTU5ODk= /Maori-nursing-graduates-highly-sought'>Read more</a>
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    South Island iwi say water space the crown wants to offer a multinational fish farming company are sacred to Maori. <br/><a class='readlink' href='waateanews/x_story_id/MTU5ODc= /King-Salmon-crown's-true-partner'>Read more</a>
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Wed 29 Mar 03:48 pm
Maori nursing graduates highly sought
Health Minister Jonathan Coleman says Maori nursing graduates are more likely to be employed than some of their counterparts.
Wed 29 Mar 03:30 pm
China interest boost for regional rail
Northland MP Winston Peters says an agreement between China Rail and Northland Regional Council shows the folly of Government policy to run down rail to the regions.
Wed 29 Mar 03:24 pm
King Salmon crown's true partner
South Island iwi say water space the crown wants to offer a multinational fish farming company are sacred to Maori.
Wed 29 Mar 02:03 pm
Flavell defends Point England sell off
Maori Development Minister Te Ururoa Flavell says the Point England Development Enabling Bill must be seen as part of Ngati Paoa’s treaty settlement because of the opportunity it gives the iwi.

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