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Iwi could help prevent workplace deaths
Maori unionists have marked Workers Memorial Day with a call for iwi and unions to work together to help end workplace deaths..Read more

Sea mining stoush promotes Government agenda
Green MP Gareth Hughes says the process to decide on whether an Australian company can mine 50 million tonnes of ironsand off the south Taranaki coast is looking increasingly unfair..Read more

Maori TV continues to lead the way with annual ANZAC Day broadcast
Maori Television is producing its 12th Anzac special tomorrow morning, giving a Maori perspective on one of the country's most significant days..Read more

Whare Tapawha model for all New Zealanders
The Education Ministry's first advisor on physical education and nutrition says frameworks developed to address Maori views on health are applicable to the whole population..Read more

Paul Thomas, Forgotten Fallen campaigner
In 1976 Paul Thomas (V4) promised his mother that he would bring back to NZ the body of his brother Adrian who was Killed in Action in Malaya whilst serving with the NZSAS..Read more

Compulsory voting lets parties off hook says PM
Prime Minister Bill English has poured cold water on calls from three former prime ministers for compulsory voting..Read more

Police not the answer for disturbed tamariki
The president of the Taitokerau Principals’ Association is outraged at Education Minister Hekia Parata’s call for schools to call police when pupils are violent and disruptive..Read more

E-cigs shifting addiction
Mana leader Hone Harawira says making e-cigarettes legal can’t be treated as a substitute for the goal of a smoke free Aotearoa by 2025..Read more

Oranga Tamariki just a name change
Maori Women’s Welfare League president Prue Kapua says the new Ministry for Vulnerable Children Oranga Tamariki doesn’t address the systemic problems with care and protection..Read more

Runanga demands crown prove title
Te Runanga a iwi o Ngati Kahu has responded to the deadline for claiming customary rights to the foreshore and seabed by demanding the crown prove its own title..Read more

Claim deadline shows takutai moana mirage
The deadline has passed for Maori to put in applications for customary title to marine and coastal areas..Read more

Flavell defends bill with list of extras
Maori Development Minister Te Ururoa Flavell is accusing critics of his Te Ture Whenua Maori Bill of playing politics..Read more

Professor Makere Mutu, Chair of Ngati Kahu iwi.
Deadline set for Crown to apply for recognition of any rights and interests it claims to hold in Ngati Kahu rohe moana..Read more

Complex bill not solving real land problems
A legal expert says the Government has failed to make the case the existing Te Ture Whenua Maori Act is at the heart of the problems Maori have with using their land..Read more

Ngati Paoa Kaihautu, Hauauru Rawiri on Paakiwaha
Hauauru Rawiri, Kaihautū (CEO) of Ngati Paoa Iwi Trust and co-negotiator of the iwi’s Treaty of Waitangi Settlement, says Labour has got it wrong and is being hypocritical..Read more

Willie Te Aho on Paakiwaha
The Freshwater and Natural Resources Iwi Leaders Groups supports the gains that the Maori Party has achieved to amend the Resource Management Act this week..Read more

Liana Poutu on Paakiwaha
Seven new and altered geographic names made official by the Te Atiawa Treaty settlement have now been published in the New Zealand Gazette..Read more

Iwi short changed on Point England deal
Labour MP Meka Whaitiri says iwi should have been offered the surplus Housing New Zealand land that was handed over to the Tamaki Regeneration company..Read more

Dame Tariana Turia on Paakiwaha
At a gathering of forty people at Te Wānanga o Raukawa, Ōtaki, eight Māori organisations presented strong concerns about the proposed amendments to the Oranga Tamariki Bill to Minister for Children, Hon. Anne Tolley..Read more

Tama Eminukutepua on Paakiwaha
Riders Against Teen Suicide, in New Plymouth organised Taranaki's first green ribbon motorcycle rally..Read more

Potaka Maipi on Paakiwaha
Potaka has a media background where he’s been involved in radio and television as a presenter and reporter..Read more

Willie Te Aho on Paakiwaha
Te Putea Whakatupu Trustee Limited is excited to announce the appointment of Willie Te Aho as Chairman..Read more

Te Atarangi Whiu, CEO Te Matawai on Paakiwaha
Te Atarangi Whiu has been appointed as the inaugural Chief Executive Officer of the Te Mātāwai Board.Read more

Annette King on Paakiwaha
Annette King has been the Deputy Leader of the New Zealand Labour Party and Deputy Leader of the Opposition since 2014; she previously served in both roles from 2008-2011. She was a Cabinet Minister in the Fifth Labour Government of New Zealand. She is the current MP for the Rongotai electorate in Wellington..Read more

Terehia Hall Vice chair of Ngati Haua Iwi Trust on Paakiwaha
NHIT is seeking a mandate to represent Ngāti Hāua in Treaty settlement negotiations with the Crown..Read more


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Parakuihi Breakfast with Dale Husband
Former Mayor of New Plymouth Andrew Judd
Palmerston North are looking at the possibility of a Maori ward. Palmerston North could have a Maori ward or wards at the next local body elections.
Te Taura Whiri I te reo Maori CE Ngahiwi Apanui
The Maori affairs select committee wants to hold an extra financial review of the Maori Language Commission later this year as it manages the transition to the new environment where it shares responsibility for Maori language revitalisation with Te Matawai.
Maori Party Co-Leader Marama Fox
A weekly korero with Marama Fox Co-Leader of the Maori Party on te wahanga Parakuihi.
1 Hone Harawira | Nga pakanga nui o te ao
Ka whakapuakina mai a Hone i ona ake whakaaro mo te take i haere a taatou tipuna ki ngaa pakanga o te ao i ngaa raa o mua
2 Atene Andrews | Nga take hauora
Ko Atene te kaumaatua o Pharmac, ka korero i a ia mo ngaa kaupapa nui o te wa nei ki toona ao o te hauora
3 Peeni Henare | Nga take torangapu o te wa
Ka korero a Peeni mo ngaa kaupapa nui kei te pae korero i teenei wa mo te paati Reipa
4 Shane Jones | Te hui nui i taawahi
Ka whakamarama mai a Shane i te aahuatanga o te hui i taawahi, i koorero raatou mo ngaa take peenei i te moana, me peehea te whakawhakanake i ngaa mahi hii ika
5 Piriwiritua Rurawhe | Nga mahi o te wa a te haahi Ratana
He mahi moni te haere ake nei a te haahi Ratana kei a Piriwiritua te roanga ake o ngaa whakamaarama
The fear of admitting our Prison and Justice system is racist
MARTYN 'BOMBER' BRADBURY: The fear that seems to underpin so many of those voices attacking the Waitangi Tribunal's response that the failure to lower Maori incarceration and reoffending amounts to a Treaty breach needs to be acknowledged.
How Maori, young voters and Women will decide the 2017 Election
MARTYN 'BOMBER' BRADBURY: If we look at the opinion poll stats 6 months out from the last 3 elections, National over poll by a significant percentage, Labour over poll by a smaller percentage, the Greens are static and NZ First rises when Labour's vote collapses.
NZ water should be for Kiwi's. Full stop.
WILLIE JACKSON OPINION: What is going on with our water?
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