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    Ngai Tahu is farewelling its Otakou upoko Kuao Langsbury, one of the tribe's A team in settlement negotiations. <br/><a class='readlink' href='waateanews/x_news/MTc1Nzg/Ngai-Tahu-farewells-consensus-leader'>Read more</a>
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    The efforts of a south Waikato Maori land trust to pioneer New Zealand ginseng production has been boosted with a $40,000 <br/><a class='readlink' href='waateanews/x_news/MTc1Nzc/Maori-landowner-looks-to-boost-ginseng-harvest'>Read more</a>
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    A leading Maori constitutional scholar will look at whether a written constitution would offer Maori more protection than current arrangements. <br/><a class='readlink' href='waateanews/x_news/MTc1NzU/Constitution-could-boost-treaty-enforcement'>Read more</a>
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    New Zealand First leader Winston Peters says Peter Dunne has no cause to be embittered about his political career. <br/><a class='readlink' href='waateanews/x_news/MTc1NzY/Peters-snaps-back-at-ungracious-Dunne'>Read more</a>
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    A public health researcher says it’s time to change the script on Maori under-achievement. <br/><a class='readlink' href='waateanews/x_news/MTc1NzQ/Travel-study-will-help-tackle-bias'>Read more</a>
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