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Mixed messages muddy Te Tii mana
Labour MP Peeni Henare says Ngapuhi has allowed the mana of Te Tii Marae to be dragged through the mud with the way they handled an invitation to the Prime Minister..Read more

Key's courage questioned at Waitangi
The organiser of an anti-Trans Pacific Partnership hikoi says John Key is a coward for not fronting up at Waitangi..Read more

World's an oyster for Ngai Tahu Fisheries
It’s all go in Bluff where Ngai Tahu Seafood is racing to complete its new processing plant in time for the oyster season on March 1..Read more

Waipareira showcases local talent
Waitangi’s not the only place to celebrate Waitangi Day..Read more

Marae goes zero waste for big hui
Te Tii Marae is trying to make sure what’s left from people who come through Waitangi this weekend won’t end up in the landfill..Read more

Maori resources vital key to Northland economy
Maori resources have been highlighted in a new action plan to invigorate Northland’s economy..Read more

Ground clean for New Plymouth Marae
Taranaki Regional Council and the government’s Contaminated Sites Remediation Fund have confirmed land near New Plymouth’s port can be used as a marae..Read more

Damp start to Waitangi festivities
The parade has well and truly been rained on at Waitangi..Read more

Housing plan threat to communities
Labour’s urban Maori spokesperson Peeni Henare says Social Housing minister Paula Bennett’s plan to cut Auckland’s state house waiting list shows a disturbing ignorance about the way communities work..Read more

MWWL past president a fighter for whanau wellbeing
Former Maori Women’s Welfare League president Linda Grennell has passed away..Read more

Aotearoa Fisheries ups Sealord board presence
Aotearoa Fisheries has moved to tighten its control of its troubled largest asset..Read more

PM needs to answer for his actions.
Mana leader Hone Harawira says Prime Minister John Key has deliberately set the stage for protest at Waitangi..Read more

TPPA signing pushes 'done deal' theme
Former foreign minister and New Zealand First leader Winston Peters says today's signing of the Trans Pacific Partnership Agreement looks more like a propaganda exercise than a serious affair of state..Read more

Maori urged to embrace TPP
Maori are being urged to embrace the Trans Pacific Partnership for the economic benefits it can bring..Read more

TPP affects everyone across the board.
The organiser of a hikoi against the Trans Pacific Partnership says opposition is coming from across the board to the agreement signed today at Sky City..Read more

Merata Mita in Sundance tribute
The first winner of a fellowship named for the late Merata Mita says the Maori filmmaker has a continuing influence on indigenous filmmakers..Read more

Outbreak of educational success in and around Kawerau
Education Minister Hekia Parata says the new Tarawera High School has become the beating heart of the Kawerau community..Read more

HIV / AIDS still a real issue
A Maori woman at the forefront of the battle against HIV and AIDs says if people lose their focus on the disease, infection rates will rise again.Read more

Tu Williams to head Mana Ririki
The new chief executive of a group set up to eliminate Maori child abuse says all those working in the area need to come together to look at Maori-based solutions..Read more

Iti exhibition to show how Maori deal with cultural erosion.
Iti exhibition to show how Maori deal with cultural erosion..Read more

Nukutaiao mauri intact
One roopu who won’t be making it to Waitangi this year is the crew of the Wellington-based voyaging waka Nukutaiao..Read more

Last Queen Vic principal will be remembered
Another wahine toa has passed way..Read more

Fox points to elephant in room
The chief executive of the Port Nicholson Block Settlement Trust says court suppression orders are hampering its ability to put the case for the sale of its largest asset..Read more

Key Waitangi invite sows confusion
John Key should be welcomed in to Te Tii Marae in Waitangi on Friday despite concerns about the impact of the Trans Pacific Partnership on the Treaty of Waitangi..Read more

Kapa haka protest prompts wero
A senior Maori National MP is calling out kapa haka groups who say they won’t take part in welcomes connected with the Trans Pacific Partnerhip Agreement..Read more

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1 Mera Penehira | Te Hikoi TPPA ki Tamaki Makaurau
Mera shares her thoughts about the TPPA protest in Auckland
2 Scotty Morrison | Te hui Ahurei o Waitangi ki TKKM o Hoani Waititi
Waitangi celebrations at Te Kura Kaupapa Maori o Hoani Waititi this year. Scotty explains the lineup.
3 Hone Harawira | Kua angitu te hikoi TPPA ki Tamaki Makaurau
Hone describes the protest in Auckland today and deems it as being a great success
4 Kingi Taurua | Kua rahui a Hone Kii ki te marae o Te Tii
Kingi Taurua is satisfied with the decision that John Key will not be attending the Waitangi celebrations at Te Tii Marae this year
5 Marama Davidson | Te hikoi TPPA ki Tamaki Makaurau
The green party showed up in numbers to support the ‘no signing’ of the TPP agreement. Marama shares her thoughts
6 John Mathews and Mataroria Lyndon | Te Kura o Hato Petera me te mate tauiwi a Zika
The school has started the year in great spirits and as per normal. John shares his excitement and Dr Mataroria stresses the importance of caution when travelling to countries like Brazil/America etc because of the Zika disease
Marire Kuka | Reovolucion
A new kaupapa is to be launched in the weekend. Marire Kuka the brains behind Reovolucion talks with Dale Husband
Jaroz Popata - Parakore Marae
Jaroz Popata and member of Parakore will be at Waitangi to awhi marae into this kaupapa
No to TPP
WILLIE JACKSON: Trade Minister Tim Groser’s legacy - the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) - has turned into a political minefield for Labour and could signal the downfall of former leader David Shearer.
Labour's State of the Nation reclaims Party's soul
MARTYN BRADBURY: The promise of democracy is that you can look into the face of your child and know that your child will get a better deal of life than you did. Under National that dream has increasingly become a nightmare.
Why the Government's 'Fact sheet' on how TPPA impacts Maori is ridiculous
MARTYN BRADBURY: The Government have responded to criticism that the TPPA impacts Maori Treaty rights with a 'fact' sheet.
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