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Maori nursing graduates highly sought
Health Minister Jonathan Coleman says Maori nursing graduates are more likely to be employed than some of their counterparts..Read more

China interest boost for regional rail
Northland MP Winston Peters says an agreement between China Rail and Northland Regional Council shows the folly of Government policy to run down rail to the regions..Read more

King Salmon crown's true partner
South Island iwi say water space the crown wants to offer a multinational fish farming company are sacred to Maori..Read more

Flavell defends Point England sell off
Maori Development Minister Te Ururoa Flavell says the Point England Development Enabling Bill must be seen as part of Ngati Paoa’s treaty settlement because of the opportunity it gives the iwi..Read more

Fisheries settlement ongoing fight
The chair of Te Ohu Kaimoana has told iwi they have to keep fighting to ensure the crown doesn't undermine the Maori fisheries settlement..Read more

Boost for Maori in tech
Maori could be missing out on the tech boom going on around New Zealand..Read more

Rules bent on salmon space
Ngati Apa ki te Ra To is crying foul over aquaculture space in the Marlborough Sounds..Read more

Harawira backs reserve sell off
Mana leader Hone Harawira says Labour should leave Ngati Paoa to do a deal with the crown over its Point England development..Read more

Licence help keep Maori out of jail
Penal reform group the Howard League sees driver training as a way to keep young Maori out of the prison system..Read more

Mahi o te roopu Howard League Penal Reform 
E ai ki te tahuhu rangapu o te roopu Howard League for Penal Reform, a Mike Williams, ma te whakaako i nga mauhere ki te panui me te tuhituhi ka kore pea ratou e hoki ano ki te whare herehere..Read more

Ngati Ruanui cries foul over EPA extension
A south Taranaki iwi is crying foul the Environmental Protection Agency has extended hearings on an offshore iron sand mining application until the end of May..Read more

Entry deadline looms for Maori digital challenge
Budding Maori digital entrepreneurs have until Friday to submit their entries to the DIGMYIDEA Maori Innovation Challenge..Read more

Bee keeping offers future for prisoners
The chief executive of the Howard League for Penal Reform, Mike Williams, says teaching prisoners to read and write is one of the most effective ways to stop them reoffending..Read more

Concern continues over Ture Whenua Bill
Labour and the Greens are gearing up for a fight over how Te Ture Whenua Maori Bill will go through its next stage..Read more

$6b ticket for respiratory disease
The Asthma and Respiratory Foundation estimates respiratory disease costs the country more than $6 billion a year, with Maori and Pasifika people bearing a disproportionate burden..Read more

Labour Maori List
E tino whakapono ana a Kelvin Davis o Reipa, ka whai turanga teitei nga Maori ki runga i te rarangi ingoa hou a Reipa..Read more

Race bias in police violence challenged
Green MP Marama Davidson wants an inquiry into why the police are more likely to use violence against Maori and Pasifika than other people they encounter..Read more

Auckland Council wahi tapu search
Auckland Council wants to increase the number of places of significance to mana whenua included in the city’s planning system..Read more

Ngati Paoa fight for whenua tupuna
Ngati Paoa is insisting a development at Point England is part of its treaty settlement..Read more

Urgent hearing for Motiti hapu
The Waitangi Tribunal is to hold an urgent hearing into a claim by hapu from Motiti Island that their interests have been overlooked in past settlements..Read more

Te Atiawa name changes gazetted
Original names have been restored to seven sites in New Plymouth as a result of Te Atiawa’s treaty settlement..Read more

No Hikairo welcome mat for minister
A member of Ngati Hikairo is accusing Maniapoto negotiator Nanaia Mahuta of making a serious cultural booboo by inviting the Treaty Negotiaitons Minister to Kawhia without informing the them..Read more

No guarantees but Davis sure list will deliver for Maori
Labour MP Kelvin Davis says he's confident Maori will figure highly on the party list..Read more

Tuwharetoa vote for decision making power
It's the last chance today for Tuwharetoa descendants to vote on a settlement that will change the way the central North Island iwi interacts with the crown..Read more

Harete Hipango National pick for Whanganui
National has picked lawyer Harete Hipango as its candidate for Whanganui for the September 23 election..Read more

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Tamaki Makaurau MP Peeni Henare
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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
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Mau te Rongo manager Irirangi Mako
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Maori Volcanics Billy Peters tribute to Chuck Berry
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Ahuwhenua nominees announced.
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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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