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Ngati Whatua agreement claimed in settlement carve up
Hauraki negotiator Paul Majurey says iwi in the collective are keen to move ahead with their individual settlements..Read more

Davidson questions Labour policy commitment
Green MP Marama Davidson says the party is determined to claw back into parliament so it can hold Labour to account if it forms a Government..Read more

Ngati Rangi clears path for other Whanganui iwi
Ngati Rangi negotiator Che Wilson says it’s a great feeling to get a settlement over the line..Read more

Maniapoto gets foundation for growth
The lead negotiator for Ngati Maniapoto says an agreement in principal should set the King Country iwi up for a sound future..Read more

Fox not so shy after term in House
Maori Party MP Marama Fox says the best thing about her three years in parliament was hearing the stories of ordinary New Zealanders..Read more

Labour protects Te Taitokerau mandate
Labour's Maori campaign strategist denies he's trying to talk the party into letting Mana's Hone Harawira through in Te Taitokerau..Read more

Water fight inspires art
The fight for water rights has inspired a new play by award-winning playwright Miria George..Read more

Stony Creek occupiers dig in as settlement imminent
One of the group occupying a far north farm earmarked for a treaty settlement says they will have to be dragged off for the settlement to go ahead..Read more

Driving lessons for rangatahi in Labour toolkit
Labour is going into the election with a $50 million a year promise to ensure students leave school able to drive and with a grasp of practical budgeting and civics..Read more

Maori Television moves south
After more than a decade in Newmarket Maori Televison staff are heading south for the new headquarters in East Tamaki..Read more

Mask slipping on institutional racism
Peace Movement Aotearoa says New Zealand's shortcomings in upholding indigenous rights are about to be laid bare..Read more

Ngapuhi opens Kaikohe youth centre
The Ngapuhi Runanga opened a new centre for Kaikohe's youth..Read more

Davidson keeps the faith after Turei eclipse
Green MP Marama Davidson says she wants to keep faith with party supporters despite the shock departure of co-leader Metiria Turei..Read more

Bootcamps waste of resource
Labour deputy leader and corrections spokesperson Kelvin Davis says National's election promise of bootcamps for young offenders may be good politics but it's bad policy - and the Government knows it..Read more

Day to day issues overshadow politics
The Maori Party’s Tamaki Makaurau candidate doesn’t expect the Jacinda effect or the turmoil in the Greens to affect the result in the Maori electorates..Read more

Seabed mining barbaric economics
An iwi leader says the iron sand mining process approved off the south Taranaki coast is barbaric and economically and environmentally shortsighted..Read more

Fox counting on greater influence post-turmoil
Maori Party co-leader Marama Fox believes the political turmoil of the past two weeks has strengthened her party’s position in negotiations for the next government..Read more

One casting vote determines the future for New Zealand's oceans
MEDIA RELEASE: Caritas Aotearoa New Zealand is concerned about the decision by the Environmental Protection Authority (EPA) to grant a marine consent to Trans-Tasman Resources Limited (TTR) to vacuum up the sea bed off the South Taranaki Bight in order to extract iron ore sands. The decision hinged on one deciding vote..Read more

Teacher numbers challenge reo strategy
The head of a Kura Kaupapa Maori teacher training programme wants to see political parties offer policies to increase the Maori language teaching workforce..Read more

Keegan taking reo down to ones and twos
A Waikato University lecturer acknowledge as one of the country's top educators says he gets the most satisfaction from creating opportunities for te reo Maori to be used in a wide variety of environments..Read more

Turei work must continue
Green Party candidate Jack McDonald says he's devastated by the resignation of Metiria Turei, but the party needs to continue the work she started..Read more

Mean spirited hounding ends career
Mana leader Hone Harawira says the hounding of Greens co-leader has reminded him how vicious politics can get..Read more

Tauranga Moana opens talks with Hauraki iwi
Tauranga Moana iwi met with a Hauraki delegation this morning to set the scope for talks about how their respective treaty settlements fit together..Read more

Leadership decision clears way to resolve wardens' status
Maori Development Minister Te Ururoa Flavell has welcomed the end of a row over who leads the New Zealand Maori Council..Read more

Turei standing by welfare crusade
Greens co-leader Metiria Turei says the row over her admission she broke benefit rules more than 20 years ago is minor compared with the scrutiny faced every day by those living in poverty..Read more

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Parakuihi Breakfast with Dale Husband
Minister of Maori Development Te Ururoa Flavell
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New Zealand First Leader Winston Peters
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Marnie Prickett Choose Clean Water Spokesperson
Clean water campaigners welcome the announcement today from farming leaders on their commitment to swimmable rivers and say the next step is a commitment to an urgent plan of action.
Jason Te Mete Playwright
Now in its third year, Te Pou Theatre's Koanga Festival gathers together the community for a celebration of new stories and storytellers, with an extensive programme of performances, showcases, workshops, readings, and social events, in association with Going West Festival.
Karepa Wall Kaitakawaenga Ministry of Education
The Ministry of Education is looking for storytellers to help bring Maori history to life for learners.
Crystal Tawhai Student University of Waikato
Crystal was one of seven University of Waikato Management School students who travelled to Bangkok earlier this month to an international University Scholars Leadership Symposium, joining about 900 uni students from 78 countries.
Nga Korero Pirihimana 23/08/17
Dale speaks with Todd Barlett and from North Policing District and Kane Warren from the Man Up Programme.
Hauauru Rawiri and Morehu Wilson on Ngati Paoa and Ngati Whatua ki Orakei
In response to Mr Blair's comments about Ngati Paoa initialling their Deed of Settlement last week, Ngati Paoa mandated Iwi Negotiator Hau Rawiri says he is 'disappointed by Mr Blair's comments.'
One of the most soul destroying parts of being inside Labour is watching focus groups.
Martyn Bomber Bradbury: I've been lucky enough to get a look at the research that comes out of these focus groups and to be honest it almost makes me cry in frustration.
The madness of deciding the fate of Maori electorates with a binding referendum
Martyn 'Bomber' Bradbury: NZ First's extraordinary claim that deciding the fate of the Maori electorates with a binding referendum is not only dog whistle politics at its worst, it's also incredibly unfair and utterly unjust.
Do we need a new Maori uprising?
MARTYN 'BOMBER' BRADBURY OPINION: The front cover of last months racism issue by MANA magazine says it all.
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