|Thu 25 Aug 05:06 pm|
Archbishop Brown Turei to retire
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.
|Thu 25 Aug 04:42 pm|
Mataparae bows out with family memories
Sir Jerry Mataparae is has been officially farewelled as the nation’s governor general, and the verdict is in he was a class act.
|Thu 25 Aug 04:42 pm|
Maori homeless create wider risk
Almost two percent of Maori could be considered homeless, five times the rate for Pakeha.
|Thu 25 Aug 04:27 pm|
Voters not king have final say
Labour leader Andrew Little says he’s disappointed the Maori king has stepped into the political arena by attacking Labour.
There’s support from an influential tribal leader for change in the make up of the Auckland Maori Statutory Board.
Green MP and Dunedin resident Metiria Turei is welcoming the opening of an iwi-driven health and social services hub in south Dunedin.
Prison reform advocacy group Just Speak is challenging Corrections to come up with a more credible response to a Waitangi Tribunal claim against its failure to address the high rate of Maori reoffending.
Whānau Tahi is strengthening its IT play, confirming its acquisition of health IT specialist firm SimplHealth.
Comments by the Maori King, Kingi Tuheitia, that he favoured a strong relationship between the Maori Party and the MANA Movement as the representative voice for Maori in the political world, were welcomed by MANA leader Hone Harawira.
Māori students will march for the freedom of West Papua today as they gather for the annual conference Te Huinga Tauira o Te Mana Ākonga this year hosted by Ngāi Tauira, the Māori Students’ Association at Victoria University of Wellington.
Maori students from the country’s university’s are descending on Wellington for their annual hui, Te Huinga Tauira o Te Mana Akonga.
A young mother who was homeless as a teenager says young people need to be better prepared so they don’t end up with nowhere to live.
Self-nominations have been ruled out for this year’s Maori Language Awards.
Tamaki Makaurau MP Peeni Henare is backing a call by urban Maori for more representation on the city’s Independent Maori Statutory Board.
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