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Brannigan Kaa releases new waiata Te Ngangara
Te Ngangara's groove is so happy and uplifting but the lyrics about meth aren't that at all! What gave you the idea to put these two things together?.Read more

University of Waikato Te Kotahi Research Institute Director Associate Professor Leonie Pihama.
Following on from the successes of its previous conferences in 2013 and 2015, He Manawa Whenua Indigenous Research Conference is being held again this year in Hamilton..Read more

Chair of the Port Nicholson Block Settlement Trust Wayne Mulligan
The Port Nicholson Block Settlement Trust has confirmed it is going ahead with a 50/50 joint venture to develop a former defence base at Shelly Bay on the Mirimar Peninsula..Read more

Environmentalist and Greenpeace member Mike Smith
Auckland Council has just voted to oppose the Government’s offshore oil agenda in New Zealand, for the first time ever..Read more

Te Warena Taua on Te Wahanga Parakuihi
An occupation aimed at stopping development on ancient stonefields near Auckland Airport has split the village of Ihumatao..Read more

Federation of Maori Authorities Chairman, Traci Houpapa
The Federation of Maori Authorities, in partnership with Te Putea Whakatupu Trust, will be launching a unique programme aimed at supporting emerging leaders to ensure on-going success of the Maori economy..Read more

Riki Ellison on Te Wahanga Parakuihi
Former San Francisco 49ers legend Riki Ellison of Ngai Tahu and Te Atiawa whakapapa now resides in Virginia, the birthplace of the first president of the USA, George Washington.Read more

Mike King speaks about Suicide on Te Wahanga Parakuihi with Dale Husband
A record 47 Maori women took their own lives last year..Read more

NUMA disappointed government continues to underinvest in keeping whanau out of prison.
The National Urban Maori Authority CEO, Lance Norman says "we are disappointed the Government is continually underinvesting in preventative initiatives that keep our Whānau out of prison and now they are having to invest $2.5 billion of funding to keep Whānau in prison"..Read more

Toa Waaka, University of Otago on Te Wahanga Parakuihi with Dale Husband
University of Otago and Ngati Toa Rangatira renew partnership..Read more

Debbie Ngarewa-Packer, Kaiarataki of Ngati Ruanui on Te Wahanga Parakuihi with Dale Husband
Iwi Welcomes Time Extension for Iron Sand Mining Application.Read more

Libby Hakaraia from The Native Slam Project on Te Wahanga Parakuihi with Dale Husband
In March of 2016, just days before Maoriland film festival15 Indigenous filmmakers gathered around Aotearoa NZ. to make a film..Read more

Edwina Hughes Co-Ordinator of Peace Movement Aotearoa on Te Wahanga Parakuihi with Dale Husband
Edwina Hughes Co-Ordinator of Peace Movement Aotearoa on Te Wahanga Parakuihi with Dale Husband The UN Committee on the Rights of the Child released two sets of Concluding Observations on New Zealand....Read more

Vanessa Cole Spokesperson for Auckland Action Against Poverty on Te Wahanga Parakuihi with Dale Husb
Vanessa Cole Spokesperson for Auckland Action Against Poverty on Te Wahanga Parakuihi with Dale Husband UN report challenges National’s war on the poor The National government continues to deny the ....Read more

Julian Wilcox Te Runanga o Ngai Tahu Chief Operating Officer on Te Wahanga Parakuihi with Dale Husba
Julian Wilcox Te Runanga o Ngai Tahu Chief Operating Officer on Te Wahanga Parakuihi with Dale Husband Web Series Celebrates Ngai Tahu Artists Following on from the success of its Mahinga Kai web s....Read more

Meka Whaitiri MP for Ikaroa-Rawhiti on Te Wahanga Parakuihi with Dale Husband
Meka Whaitiri MP for Ikaroa-Rawhiti on Te Wahanga Parakuihi with Dale Husband Minister runs for cover on job losses Maori Development Minister Te Ururoa Flavell’s refusal to show leadership and pro....Read more

Associate Professor Maui Hudson on Te Wahanga Parakuihi with Dale Husband
Associate Professor Maui Hudson on Te Wahanga Parakuihi with Dale Husband New guidelines provide a framework for biomedical research with Maori As biomedical research practices become more sophisti....Read more

Glyn Walters, Planning Manager of Auckland City Elections on Te Wahanga Parakuihi with Dale Husband
Glyn Walters, Planning Manager of Auckland City Elections on Te Wahanga Parakuihi with Dale Husband Auckland has chosen its new leader and it is once again a candidate from the left. Long-serving Lab....Read more

Takoha Ropati Organiser of Iwi of Origin on Te Wahanga Parakuihi with Dale Husband
Takoha Ropati Organiser of Iwi of Origin on Te Wahanga Parakuihi with Dale Husband He Oranga Poutama ki Tamaki are proud to bring you Iwi of Origin 2016. The event will be held at Bruce Pulman Park o....Read more

Shannon Te Ao Artist on Te Wahanga Parakuihi with Dale Husband
Shannon Te Ao Artist on Te Wahanga Parakuihi with Dale Husband Shannon Te Ao has been announced tonight as the winner of the Walters Prize 2016, New Zealand’s most prestigious contemporary art award.....Read more

Maiki Sherman Maori Journalist on Te Wahanga Parakuihi with Dale Husband
Maiki Sherman Maori Journalist on Te Wahanga Parakuihi with Dale Husband Newshub political reporter Maiki Sherman has been named Maori journalist of the year - the first time the award has been issue....Read more

NT Holding Chief Executive Mike Sang on Te Wahanga Parakuihi with Dale Husband
NT Holding Chief Executive Mike Sang on Te Wahanga Parakuihi with Dale Husband Te Runanga o Ngai Tahu has achieved another strong financial performance with a profit of $168.73m (post distribution) f....Read more

Green Party Co-Leader James Shaw on Te Wahanga Parakuihi with Dale Husband
Green Party Co-Leader James Shaw on Te Wahanga Parakuihi with Dale Husband Havelock North outbreak raises big questions about land use and climate change The Havelock North outbreak calls into ques....Read more

Minister of Maori Development Te Ururoa Flavell on Te Wahanga Parakuihi with Dale Husband
Minister of Maori Development Te Ururoa Flavell on Te Wahanga Parakuihi with Dale Husband Māori Development Minister Te Ururoa Flavell said today’s first meeting of Te Mātāwai signals the dawn of a n....Read more

University of Auckland Law Graduate Jonaan McLeod on Te Wahanga Parakuihi with Dale Husband
University of Auckland Law Graduate Jonaan McLeod On Friday 30 September, 100 people were admitted to the bar, as Barristers and Solicitors of the High Court. In order to practise law in New Zealand....Read more

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Mauao Maori candidate Carlton Bidois
Carlton Bidois is one of 6 candidates seeking a place on the Mauao Board
Waikato Hauraki MP Nanaia Mahuta
Politics with Waikato Hauraki MP Nanaia Mahuta
Manukorihi Hapu Chair Patsy Bodger
Patsy Bodger reviews the Maori Affairs Select Committee NPDC (Waitara) Land Bill submission hearings that were held at Oawae Marae last Friday
Mark Kopua. Te Matatini 2017 Judge.
Mark Kopua has served as a longtime judge for Te Matatini, who hails from Uawa, Te Aitanga a Hauiti, Ngati Porou.
Green Party MP Marama Davidson.
Breakfast Host: Dale Husband.
Monty Soutar Senior Historian
Residents of Tairawhiti have been invited to the French town of Le Quesnoy next year to attend centenary commemorations of the liberation of the town by New Zealand troops towards the end of World War 1.
1 Liana Poutu | Te pire whenua mo Waitara.
I te Paraire kua hipa tuu ai te hui a te koomiti whiriwhiri whenua Maori me ngaa kaikereme kua whai paanga ki te tuku tono mo te whenua o Pekapeka.
2 Peeni Henare | Nga take nui o te waa
Nga nekehanga oona i mua i ngaa koowhiringa pooti me te hui mo te whenua Pekapeka i Waitara, Taranaki
Wily Willie could be election decider.
PAUL MOON: It was all going so well. The Maori Party looked revitalised, and heading into election year could claim successes in its flagship Whanau Ora programme, as well as being part of a government that has concluded some of the most important Treaty settlements in a generation.
The health of our democracy is at risk with the Electoral Commission failing voters.
WILLIE JACKSON: The Electoral Commission needs to wake up.
The Militarisation of WINZ
MARTYN 'BOMBER' BRADBURY:This week, as a response to the terrible deaths of 3 Ashburton WINZ staff in 2014, Security Guards were placed on the doors of WINZ Offices around New Zealand.
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