TE RUNANGANUI O NGATI HIKAIRO HUI-A-TAU To be held at Waipapa Marae, Kāwhia, on Sunday 9 April 2017, starting 10.30am. Nominations are invited for membership of the Executive Committee. Nominat...
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Blistered hands part of kaupapa Maori struggle
The winner of a special lifetime achievement award at this year’s Prime Minister’s awards
|Thu 29 Jun 05:30 pm|
Hine Boss boost for Maori Women's Development
The Maori Women's Development Incorporation is is to receive $3.7 million over the next two years
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Maori council seat bill fails
Parliament has voted down Marama Davidson's Bill to enable better Maori representation in local
|Wed 28 Jun 03:15 pm|
Kohanga shows leadership
Strong intergenerational connections and sharing of roles and knowledge has earned Rotorua's Te
Ngati Paoa is looking forward to making strides with its housing development at Point England now the bill allowing the sale of the reserve has passed its third reading.
I takoto te manuka ki mua i taku aroaro, me pehea e kore ai e hiki ake. Koira taa te mangai mo te RTM ki Te Tai Tonga, taa Mei Taare. Hei taana, i tuu ia ma Reipa i Te Waiariki, tekau ma rima tau ki muri, a, he nui nga akoranga kua mai i a ia hei whakamaitai i a ia mo te pakanga kei mua i te aroaro mo te tuuru o Te Tai Tonga. Nei ra te Perehitini o te roopu, a Tuku Morgan.
Parliament has voted down Marama Davidson's Bill to enable better Maori representation in local government.
Maori Party co-leader Marama Fox says Maori in Wellington will fight to ensure the legacy of Bruce Stewart lives on.
Strong intergenerational connections and sharing of roles and knowledge has earned Rotorua's Te Kohanga Reo Ki Rotokawa the leadership award at this year’s Prime Minister’s Education Excellence Awards.
Ngati Whatua Orakei has congratulated EmiratesTeam New Zealand for winning back the America's Cup, and it looks forward to continuing its relationship with the team on and off the water.
The Maori Women's Development Incorporation is is to receive $3.7 million over the next two years for mentoring, advice and support services so more Maori women can start businesses or expand their existing enterprises.
The Maori Party’s Te Tai Tonga candidate says she couldn’t resist the challenge.
The winner of a special lifetime achievement award at this year’s Prime Minister’s awards for education excellence says he stands alongside many others in the struggle to revitalise indigenous language and knowledge.
The chair of North Island Whanau Ora commissioning agency Te Pou Matakana says the Social Return on Investment is a better way to measure the impact of activities and programmes on whanau than just measuring outputs.
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