Tuesday March 28, 2017   Last updated 05:21AM

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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

Michael Ahie on Paakiwaha
Thirty-three years after driving into Massey University's Manawatū campus with everything he owned packed into his metallic blue Vauxhall Chevette, Michael Ahie, Taranaki, NgaÌ„ Ruahine, NgaÌ„ti Ruanui, was today welcomed as the University’s new Chancellor..Read more

Chair of Te Matatini Selwyn Parata on Paakiwaha
Whangara Mai Tawhiti turned everything up a notch on the final day to take the Duncan MacIntyre Trophy as the top kapa haka of Te Matatini..Read more

Kohanga Reo Trust CEO Kararaina Cribb on Paakiwaha
On Friday 24th February Te Kōhanga Reo National Trust launched a new reading resource, Ako Pānui, to be distributed to all Kōhanga Reo around the country. The launch took place at Te Matatini 2017..Read more

Anzac Wallace on Paakiwaha
Anzac Wallace was a trade union delegate when film director Geoff Murphy asked him to star as the avenging Māori warrior Te Wheke in his land wars epic Utu, the first feature about Māori-Pākehā historical conflict in three decades..Read more

Chester Burrows on Paakiwaha.
Proposed legislation which will allow Waitara residents to buy the land they live on is being opposed by submissions which were presented to the Māori Select Committee in Taranaki..Read more

Dr Rawiri Jansen on Paakiwaha
PRIDoC2016, November 27th until December 1st, at Auckland University, provides an indigenous space, for indigenous doctors, medical students, health professionals, health researchers and medical educators from around the Pacific to present scientific abstracts which contribute to the main theme of ‘Talking about Transformation in relation to indigenous health..Read more

Waatea Mayoral Debate 2016
For the first time in history, leading candidates in the Auckland Mayoralty race tackle the hard questions facing Māori and South Auckland..Read more

Dion Tuuta, CEO Te Ohu Kaimoana on Paakiwaha.
Plans by the government for a huge ocean sanctuary surrounding the Kermadec Islands was met with anger from Te Ohu Kaimoana, the Maori Fisheries Settlement Trust having received no government consultation on the issue and how this would affect Maori treaty fishing rights..Read more

Maori Party co leader Marama Fox on Paakiwaha.
Maori Party co-leader Marama Fox says her party was ready to abandon its agreement with the National Government, if the Government refused to move on plans to form the Kermadec Ocean Sanctuary..Read more

Debbie Ngarewa Packer, Kaiarataki Ngati Ruanui on Paakiwaha
A petition was handed to Green MP Gareth Hughes from Ngati Ruanui iwi members and members of KASM  or Kiwis against Seabed Mining stating the people around Patea and South Taranaki oppose mining in their rohe..Read more

Hauraki Waikato MP Nanaia Mahuta on Paakiwaha.
Waikato-Tainui deserve committed representation, yet the President of the Maori Party is muddying the waters by confusing the core business of the tribe with party politics, says Labour’s Hauraki-Waikato MP Nanaia Mahuta..Read more

Mahuta's personal attack shows Labour's desperation
Maaori party president Tukoroirangi Morgan has dismissed Nanaia Mahuta’s call for him to disclose his personal finances as desperate and misguided..Read more

Green co leader Metiria Turei on Paakiwaha
Maori Green Party members met on Waiheke last weekend to identify issues of concern and look for ways to increase the party's Maori vote at the next election..Read more

Chairman of Ngati Porou Hauora , Teepa Wawatai on Paakiwaha
This week a new report commissioned by Ngati Porou Hauora was released at a hui at Te Puia Hospital on the East Coast. The report titled the “Ngati Porou Hauora Health Dashboard” reveals some startling information about the health status of the resident population within the rohe of Ngati Porou..Read more

Minister for Maori Development Te Ururoa Flavell on Paakiwaha
Māori Development Minister Hon Te Ururoa Flavell has announced the final two members of Te Mātāwai and says the board is ready to lead te reo Māori to a new level..Read more

Poi E director, producer and writer Tearepa Kahi on Paakiwaha
The film about the origins of the song now referred to as New Zealand’s unofficial National Anthem, POI E: The Story of Our Song, crossed the $1 million mark in the New Zealand box office this weekend..Read more

NZ First Deputy leader Ron Mark on Paakiwaha
New Zealand First deputy leader Ron Marks says there has been no application from Shane Jones to join the party..Read more

Maori Party president, Tukoroirangi Morgan on Paakiwaha
Maori Party president Tukoroirangi Morgan says he knows how how to win Hauraki Waikato, and the fickleness of Maori voters will help..Read more


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Tamaki Makaurau MP Peeni Henare
Issues and kaupapa in Tamaki Makaurau with Peeni Henare MP for Tamaki Makaurau
Rev. Mua Strickson Pua celebrating 25 years of Pasifika
Rev. Mua Strickson Pua celebrating 25 years of Pasifika
Harry Burkhardt,Northland Social Wellbeing Governance Group
The chair of the Northland Social Wellbeing Governance Group, Harry Burkhardt, is calling for a community-led response to youth problems in Kaikohe.
Chair Ngati Manuhiri, Mook Hohneck
Ngati Manuhiri host of the Matariki Festival in Tamaki Makaurau
Mau te Rongo manager Irirangi Mako
2016 Restorative Justice Victim Satisfaction survey results have now been made public
Maori Volcanics Billy Peters tribute to Chuck Berry
Maori Volcanics Billy Peters tribute to Chuck Berry.
Kingi Smiler, chair of Te Ahuwhenua Trophy Management committee
Ahuwhenua nominees announced.
Darrio Penetito Hemara Spokesperson Toi Tangata
Darrio Penetito Hemara speaks to Dale about International Water Day 22nd March andToi Tangata supporting this kaupapa.
Why we need to care about the war crime allegations out of Afghanistan
MARTYN 'BOMBER' BRADBURY OPINION: The astounding allegations of possible war crimes conducted by the NZ SAS in a 2010 revenge attack in Afghanistan released by investigative journalists Nicky Hager and Jon Stephenson have been met with denial by the NZDF and the Government.
Will beating children at school fix the Far North?
MARTYN 'BOMBER' BRADBURY OPINION: The chair of the National Party's Kaikohe branch, Alan Price, has responded to a surge in youth crime and public disorder by suggesting that corporal punishment needs to be brought back into schools in the Far North.
Recognising a River as a Person at a time we are selling water to foreign interests
MARTYN 'BOMBER' BRADBURY OPINION: It says much about the advances New Zealand has made that the Whanganui River has been granted legal personhood, but the surprise in the media still suggests a long way to go.
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