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He po nui mo te whare taonga hou ki Whangarei
Kei te waiata etahi o nga kaiwaiata rongonui o Te Tai Taitokerau ki roto o Tamaki Makaurau a te po nei..Read more

Tears and hope for Love appeal
The Court of Appeal is set to hear an appeal by former Wellington Tenths Trust chair Sir Ngatata Love..Read more

Matamua challenges Best book on Matariki
The author of a book on Maori astronomy says he has tried to decolonise the knowledge around the topic..Read more

All winners in Point England deal
Maori Development Minister Te Ururoa Flavell says Ngati Paoa is a step closer to being able to develop land beside the Tamaki River where their ancestors lived..Read more

Hero tag wrong for prison
A south Auckland community worker is questioning a prison service recruiting campaign urging Maori and Pasifika to sign up as a prison guard to be a hero..Read more

Rongowhakaata show sets standard for museums
Tairawhiti Museum's success in engaging and empowering Rongowhakaata for an exhibition of the tribe's treasures has won it the exhibition excellence, taonga Maori section at last night's Museums New Zealand Awards..Read more

Data threat hurdle in social investment strategy
The Government is putting off its demand that social service providers give it individual client level data until a new data protection and use policy is in place..Read more

Way cleared for kokako return
Conservationists, community groups and iwi are getting ready for the return of kokako to a Waikato mountain after more than 20 years..Read more

Point England Reserve plan passes second reading
Parliament has voted 62-43 in favour of the second reading of a bill allowing the crown to sell part of the Point England Reserve to Ngati Paoa for housing..Read more

Te pire mo Ngati Paoa
Kua pooti te whare paremata ki te pire e pa ana ki te hokotanga o tetahi papa reehia i Point England ki a Ngati Paoa hei kaupapa whakatuu whare ma te iwi..Read more

Tobacco stick prosecution counterproductive
Maori health researcher Marewa Glover says a Health Ministry prosecution against the sale of electronic tobacco sticks may deny Maori and other New Zealanders access to safe alternatives to smoking..Read more

Northland Housing Forum sets pace on social housing
One of the country's longest-running social housing networks is meeting in Moerewa tomorrow to share experiences and look at the challenges ahead..Read more

Tuhoe HQ certified as living building
Ngai Tuhoe's tribal headquarters in Taneatua has become the first New Zealand building and only the 14th building in the world certified in the Living Building Challenge..Read more

Education and jobs key to stopping dairy attacks
Manurewa MP Louisa Wall says ensuring young people are in work or education is the best long term response to the rash of violent robberies of dairies..Read more

Northland Housing Forum sets pace on social housing
One of the country's longest-running social housing networks is meeting in Moerewa tomorrow to share experiences and look at the challenges ahead..Read more

Maori communities not feeling the love from Budget
Te Tai Tokerau MP Kelvin Davis isn't counting on any advance for his constituents from Steven Joyce's first Budget on Thursday..Read more

Ambassador Jones shifted tuna debate
Former foreign affairs minister Murray McCully says Shane Jones made a major contribution in his three years as New Zealand’s Ambassador for Pacific Development..Read more

Rain puts strain on Hawera sewage system
Te Runanga o Ngati Ruanui is concerned increased discharges of treated sewage could threaten collection of kaimoana..Read more

School support staff critical for Maori
Maori principals are callijng for more money for school support staff as a way to raise Maori student achievement..Read more

Akuanei ka heke a Shane Jones mai i tana tuuranga
Kei te rere nga mihi i te Minita i nga Take Aorere, i a Murray McCully ki a Shane Jones, i te pai o taana mahi hei Mangai mo Aotearoa ki nga Take o te Moananui-a-Kiwa i nga tau e toru nei..Read more

TPP rethink opportunity not taken
Labour MP Kelvin Davis says he can still see no argument for signing up to the Trans Pacific Partnership..Read more

Para Kore to cut Wellington waste
Waste minimisation project Para Kore is trying to get marae in the Wellington region to sign on to the kaupapa..Read more

Doctor shortage hitting south Taranaki
Te Runanga O Ngati Ruanui wants more than words from the Taranaki District Health Board and the Midlands Primary Health Organisation to tackle a chronic shortage of doctors in the region..Read more

Taranaki tracks to benefit from Budget boost
Money for upgrading tracks around Mount Taranaki could be part of a 10 year economic development plan for the province..Read more

Fast pace for Northern War commemoration
Ngati Hine intends to mark the first New Zealand Wars commemoration day with a multisport event that takes in all the battle sites of the Northern War..Read more

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1 Shane Jones | Te hekenga mai i tana tuuranga mahi
Ka whakamarama mai a Shane i oona nekenekehanga mahi inaianei me aana takahitanga hou
2 Te Kani Kingi | Alfred Ngaro me oona whakawhiu
Anei te whakahoki korero a Te Kani Kingi e paa ana ki ngaa koorero whakaweti a Alfred Ngaro mema paremata o te roopuu Nahinara
3 Wiremu Doherty | Te whakapotaetanga a ngaa tauira o Awanuiarangi
E aii ki ngaa koorero, 1,300 tauira ka whakawhiwhi i wa raatou tohu maatauranga i raro i te maru o Te Wananga o Awanuiarangi, kei a Wiremu te roanga ake o ngaa whakamaarama
4 Kelvin Davis | Nga take torangapu o te wa
Ka korero a Kelvin mo ngaa tino take kei te pae korero i teenei wa i te paati reipa
5 Tio Sewell | Mate whakamomori
He mate nui teenei, ka whakapuakina mai e Tio i onaa ake whakaaro mo teenei take
6 Ken Eruera | Haakinakina
Nga take haakinakina katoa i roto i ngaa rangi tata nei kua hipa
Mike King is a NZ Hero
WILLIE JACKSON: What happened this week with Mike King quitting the suicide-prevention panel goes beyond politics and demands our focus as a country and as a community.
What does Labour fear from a Maori Prison?
MARTYN 'BOMBER' BRADBURY: The negative reaction by Andrew Little and the Labour leadership at the suggestion of Maori prisons by Kelvin Davis gives an insight into how difficult reforming the public service for Maori will still be even under a Labour Government.
Labour Party List
WILLIE JACKSON: Some of the ridiculous things claimed by the mainstream media last week over the Labour's Party list was really disappointing
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