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    A small grant to look at ways to enable Maori home ownership is being hailed as a significant step towards tackling <br/><a class='readlink' href='waateanews/x_story_id/MTY0MjI= /Maori-housing-plan-positive-signal'>Read more</a>
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    The chair of the Parihaka Papakainga Trust says the historic Taranaki community needs to make the most of the apology it <br/><a class='readlink' href='waateanews/x_story_id/MTY0MjE= /Apology-sets-scene-for-Parihaka-future'>Read more</a>
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    The Maori Party has joined National to vote down an amendment that would have added New Zealand's blasphemy law to the <br/><a class='readlink' href='waateanews/x_story_id/MTY0MjA= /Blasphemy-law-stays-on-books'>Read more</a>
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    New Zealand First leader Winston Peters says Budget promises to spend more on Maori development amount to smoke and mirrors. <br/><a class='readlink' href='waateanews/x_story_id/MTY0MTk= /Smoke-and-mirrors-boosts-Maori-spend'>Read more</a>
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    Ngai Tahu Property has picked up one of the last undeveloped sites in Hobsonville Point. <br/><a class='readlink' href='waateanews/x_story_id/MTY0MTc= /Ngai-Tahu-extends-Hobsonville-footprint'>Read more</a>
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Latest News

Fri 26 May 02:54 pm
Maori housing plan positive signal
A small grant to look at ways to enable Maori home ownership is being hailed as a significant step towards tackling a major problem.
Fri 26 May 02:54 pm
Apology sets scene for Parihaka future
The chair of the Parihaka Papakainga Trust says the historic Taranaki community needs to make the most of the apology it will receive from the Crown.
Fri 26 May 02:51 pm
Blasphemy law stays on books
The Maori Party has joined National to vote down an amendment that would have added New Zealand's blasphemy law to the Statutes Repeal Bill.
Fri 26 May 02:21 pm
Smoke and mirrors boosts Maori spend
New Zealand First leader Winston Peters says Budget promises to spend more on Maori development amount to smoke and mirrors.

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