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New Plymouth tries again on Maori input
A member of New Plymouth District Council’s new Te Huinga Taumata Committee says it shows a commitment to involving iwi in the work of council..Read more

Hauraki concerned Tauranga reneging on shared interests
The lead negotiator for Pare Hauraki wants Tauranga Moana iwi to stick with the agreements they have already made rather than whip up opposition to his iwi's settlement..Read more

Hone executes election strategy
Mana leader Hone Harawira is sticking by his call for drug importers who are also Chinese citizens to be executed..Read more

New face chance to put Maori objectives to fore
The chair of Auckland’s Independent Maori Statutory Board, David Taipari, is keen to sit down with the new boss of the Auckland Tourism and Economic Development agency to advance Maori interests up the priority list..Read more

Lightning move shows up Magic misstep
Sports commentator Ken Laban says the Bay of Plenty Magic and Netball New Zealand should be embarrassed by the Sunshine Coast Lightning’s title win in the new Australian national netball championship..Read more

Te Whanau a Apanui seeks mandate for talks
Te Whanau a Apanui is on the road seeking a mandate to negotiate a settlement of its historic claims and its customary rights to marine and coastal areas..Read more

Taurua allows talent to bloom in Sunshine
A win for Noeline Taurua this weekend, with her Sunshine Coast Lightning taking out the inaugural Australian Super Netball title with a 65 to 48 victory over the Sydney Giants..Read more

Morgan sees momentum for Papa campaign
Maori party president Tukoroirangi Morgan says tribal politics has prepared the party's Hauraki Waikato candidate for whatever parliament will throw at him..Read more

Papa clear for Maori Party run
Waikato Tainui executive chair Rahui Papa has stood down to campaign full time for the Maori Party in Hauraki-Waikato..Read more

Parihaka apology acknowledges pain and shame
Last week's crown apology for the sacking of Parihaka in 1881 acknowledged for the first time in an historical settlement the rapes committed by colonial forces - and created fresh challenges for the community..Read more

Rongowhakaata resident iwi at Te Papa
Ngati Toa Rangatira has been farewelled from Te Papa Tongarewa and the paepae is now with Rongowhakaata, whose taonga go on display on September 29,.Read more

Awataha battle heading for courts
The battle for Awataha Marae in Northcote could be heading for the courts, after this morning's protest by Te Raki Paewhenua Maori Committee challenging an attempt to change the Northcote marae's governing structure from an incorporated society to a trust..Read more

Hard to reach shown path to power
The organiser of a weekend hui for gang members says they are looking for a better future for their children..Read more

Mentor Chadwick boosted Maori legal capacity
The judge maker..Read more

Omapere template could suit other Maori blocks
The chair of this year's Ahuwhenua Trophy winner says the strategies that paid off for Omapere Rangihamama can be used to help other Northland Maori land blocks reach their potential..Read more

Trailblazing lawyer John Chadwick will be sadly missed
Te Arawa are making their farewells to a Ngati Tuwharetoa lawyer who has made a major contribution to their region..Read more

Omapere turnaround earns Ahuwhenua gold
A 10-year turnaround has earned Omapere Rangihamama Trust farm near Kaikohe the Ahuwhenua Trophy for Maori Excellence in Farming..Read more

Cabins alternative to prison for tane in Kaitaia
A far north trust is building cabins for men in an attempt to keep them out of jail..Read more

TPPA turned into election weapon
A leading critic of the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement says there is no research to back the Government’s claims a revived Trans Pacific Partnership without the United States would be good for New Zealand..Read more

People the problem for Te Urewera board
Te Urewera Board chair Tamati Kruger says a new plan is a way to manage the way people use the resource rather than the land itself..Read more

Labour no option for Mana voters
Mana leader Hone Harawira is telling his supporters not to give their votes to Labour's Maori candiates.Read more

Greens lay down gauntlet with Budget for Mothers
The Greens have launched their Budget for all Mothers..Read more

Te Urewera plan set to change conservation practice
Conservation Minister Maggie Barry says a plan for Te Urewera will change the face of conservation in New Zealand..Read more

Mandate offer rejected as blackmail
Ngati Kahu Runanga chair Margaret Mutu is accusing Treaty Negotiations Minister Christopher Finlayson of blackmail for withdrawing her runanga's mandate to negotiate the far north tribe's historic settlement..Read more

Iwi support for Maori land reform overstated
A member of the Iwi Chairs Forum is rejecting claims by Maori Development Minister Te Ururoa Flavell that his reform of Maori land law has the forums's support..Read more

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Paul Majurey on Paakiwaha
Paul Majurey on Paakiwaha
VOYCE- Whakarongo Mai creator Tupu Urlich on Paakiwaha
Speaker at the recent Whanau Ora symposium in Christchurch.
Former All Black and Hurricane Halfback Piri Weepu on Paakiwaha
Piri Weepu talks sports with Dale Husband and takes a look ahead to the Hurricanes playing the British and Irish Lions
NZ First leader Winston Peters on Paakiwaha
NZ First leader Winston Peters talk politics ! The Todd Barclay saga but also about the offical launch of the Party's campaign launch
Mika X on Paakiwaha
Mika X will be the Opportunities candidate in the Aucklad Central seat
Liana Poutu,Chair ofTE Kotaihtanga o Te Atiawa on Paakiwaha
A new governance partnership called Te Huinga Taumatua Committee has been created by the New Plymouth District Council (NPDC) and senior Taranaki iwi leaders.
Labour candidate Willow-Jean Prime on Paakiwaha
Willow-Jean Prime officially launched her campaign as the Labour candidate for the Northland seat last Friday.
Labour leader Andrew Little on Paakiwaha
Andrew Little talks about the recent issues surrounding Labour over the Campaign for change and Matt McCarten
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.
Marae TV phone message racism highlights ignorance
MARTYN 'BOMBER' BRADBURY: Marae TV employee Blake Ihimaera had a phone message accidentally left on her phone from a company they were looking to hire a car from.
Time to turn the tables on the tobacco companies
WILLIE JACKSON: We have a violent crime wave in our community and it is time we were honest about.
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