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Ka whai hua te Maori?
Tera tonu pea he iti noa iho nga hua ka taka mai ki te Maori pena toa a Winston Peters i te pooti ohorere mo te rohe auraki o Northland a te Raahoroi..Read more

Miraka whanau proud of achievements
The chair of Miraka says it’s been an exciting ride for the Tuwharetoa and Kahungunu whanau involved in the central North Island milk processing venture, but they’re proud of their achievements so far..Read more

Te Rarawa is considering buying a waka to help a noble cause.
Far north iwi Te Rarawa is considering buying a waka to help a noble cause..Read more

Council supports Mana Whenua assessments
Auckland Council has confirmed its support for Cultural Impact Assessments..Read more

Deputy steps up to run Tainui Group
Tainui Group Holdings has asked its chief financial officer Chris Joblin to act as chief executive until a permanent replacement can be made for Mike Pohio..Read more

Winston no Maori MP says iwi chair
The head of far north iwi Te Rarawa, Haami Piripi, isn’t expecting much benefit for the region’s Maori if New Zealand First leader Winston Peters is elected in Saturday’s Northland by-election..Read more

Spectrum trust happy with progress despite share shrink
Te Huarahi Tika Trust chair Daphne Luke says she’s happy with the progress being made by the Maori spectrum trust..Read more

Spectrum trust airbrushes shrinking shareholding
The Maori spectrum trust Te Huarahi Tika has lost most of its stake in mobile phone company Two Degrees ... but it is trying to paint the setback as a victory for good governance..Read more

Royal abdicates spectrum role
Long serving Te Huarahi Tika trustee Antony Royal has resigned from the Maori spectrum trust and its commercial subsidiary Hautaki Ltd..Read more

Fisheries report slated
The chair of Te Ohu Kaimoana, Matiu Rei, says a reviewer who is calling for the Maori fisheries settlement trust to be wound up doesn’t understand how much work it does..Read more

Miraka wins export prize
Maori-owned milk processor Miraka has won the inaugural He kai kei aku ringa award for Maori Excellence in Export..Read more

Peters out to lift Northland status
Winston Peters says he’s glad to be making Northland the centre of the country’s attention..Read more

He whakataetae tata te korero i te raki.
Tokomaha nga kainoho o te Taitokerau kua huri ki te tuku moata i a ratou pooti i mua i te raa ookawa mo te pooti ki te rohe auraki o Northland a te Raahoroi..Read more

Kura kaupapa graduate an outstanding example of a new generation
A doctoral student looking at the way Maori-speaking teenagers are using te reo Maori has been appointed to the Maori Language Commission..Read more

Maori fisheries celebrate return to profit
Pan-Maori fisheries companies are celebrating a return to profit as they look forward to fresh challenges in the industry..Read more

Advisor wants to ensure no one is left behind
A member of the external advisory panel for Labour’s Future of Work Commission says he wants to make sure no one is left behind..Read more

MP fires up rangatahi interest
Nelson mayor Rachel Reese has chosen a candidate to mentor for this year’s TUIA Maori leadership programme..Read more

Labour happy at by-election effort
Labour leader Andrew Little says the party has done as much as it can to get a positive result in the Northland by-election..Read more

Hill waiata shaped NZ identity
A Master’s student from Victoria University of Wellington’s Te Koki New Zealand School of Music has shed new light on the composer of Waiata Poi and other popular early songs..Read more

Village feel for film festival
An organiser of this week’s Maoriland Film Festival says manaaki for indigenous filmmakers is one of the attraction of the event..Read more

Council consultation ignoring urbans
Tamaki Makaurau MP Peeni Henare is questioning how councils and government agencies are engaging with urban Maori..Read more

Aquaculture on future menu
Maori fisheries delegates have been encouraged to set their sights on developing their iwi’s aquaculture potential..Read more

Maori kiwifruit growers back industry change
Kiwifruit growers have voted in record numbers for a new industry strategy including dedicated Maori representation at the board table..Read more

Maori films on show in France
Maori made and themed films will be on show this week at a special festival in France..Read more

No salvation in government sell off
Labour leader Andrew Little says the Salvation Army’s refusal to buy in to the Government’s state housing sell-off means the policy needs a complete rethink..Read more

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Mike Smith | Waiho Papa Moana protest this Sunday
Mike Smith talks about the upcoming hikoi/protest that is being held in Auckland thsi Sunday regarding oil drilling etc
Marama Fox | Maori Party co leader urging whanau to donate to Cylcone Pam victims
The Maori Party co leader is urging whanau to donate to those who were devasted from Cyclone Pam and Maori need to show solidarity to other indigenous peoples and especially those in Australia where the government wants to close Aboriginal communties
Daphne Luke | Te Huarahi Tika Trust chair happy with the progress being made
Daphne Luke | Te Huarahi Tika Trust chair Daphne Luke says she’s happy with the progress being made by the Maori spectrum trust. The trust’s stake in mobile phone company Two Degrees through its Hautaki subsidiary has shrunk to just over 7 percent after it repaid loans owed to majority shareholder Trilogy International.
Robyn Kahukiwa | A staunch supporter of traditional culture and history.
Robyn Kahukiwa | Artist , staunch supporter of traditional culture and history Robyn has opened a show in Newmarket Auckland - Tangata Whenua
Haami Piripi | Winston Peters has made his popularity off the backs of the pains of Maori
Haami Piripi | Its hard to know what a Maori MP is today. There are some who share Maori ancestry but dont share a Maori political perspective and I think that is Winston Peters.
Hone Harawira | Winston is as Maori as the rest of us
Hone Harawira | Will having
Manako 1 - Hinurewa Poutu | Mema hou ki te poari o Te Taura Whiri I Te Reo Maori 26032015
Hinurewa Poutu | Kua whakaurua ia ki te poari o Te Taura Whiri i te Reo Maori
Manako 2 - Pita Paraone | Kei mua noa atu a Winston Peters 26032015
Pita Paraone | Kei mua noa atu a Winston e rere ana ... e ai ki nga tatauranga rangahau
Privilege in an under privileged country
MARTYN BRADBURY OPINION: The controversy surrounding the case of the two St Bede's College rowing team who were suspended for breaching airport security only to have that suspension reversed by a High Court injunction, refuses to die down.
One more chance for Len
WILLIE JACKSON OPINION: Auckland Mayor Len Brown can’t do right for doing wrong.
NZ spying on our pacific whanau
MARTYN BRADBURY OPINION: The latest revelations that New Zealand is scooping up all the electronic communications around the Pacific and handing them straight over to the American's should be the only thing NZ is talking about right now.
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