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Last 28 Maori Battalion president farewelled
The bugles will play one last time today for Nolan Raihania as he is laid in his grave at Tokomaru Bay..Read more

Parihaka Para Kore prepare for hui a tau
Para Kore is holding its annual hui at Parihaka next weekend, and it will be talking about more than just cutting down on waste..Read more

Lindauer exhibition a gift for the future
An exhibition of Maori portraits at Auckland Art Gallery is being described as a gift to future generations. .Read more

Nolan Raihania
Kei te whakahokia a Nolan Raihania, ika-a-whiro o te rua tekau ma waru, ki te koopu o te whenua i te ata nei..Read more

Nolan Raihania a tireless worker for Maori
Thousands of people have been through the gates of Pakirikiri Marae in Tokomaru Bay to farewell Nolan Raihania, the last president of the 28 Maori Battalion Association, who has died at the age of 89..Read more

Appeal Court turns heat up on Adlam penalty
A high flying Maori businesswoman has been told to repay more than $11 million in profits from developing geothermal power stations on Maori freehold land near Kawerau..Read more

Shelly Bay critics win Port Nicholson seats
Port Nicholson Block Settlement Trust chair Neville Baker has retained his seat on the board, but he’ll have to contend with some strong critics around the table..Read more

Community response needed to drug scourge
Tamaki Makaurau MP Peeni Henare says more policing isn’t the answer to P, and there needs to be a community response to drugs..Read more

Society response on suicide needed
A leading Maori anti-suicide campaigner says there need to be more empathy and understanding of mental health across the whole of society if the suicide rate is to come down..Read more

Return to Rereahu what belongs to Rereahu
Maniapoto Maori Trust Board is in the final days of voting to get a mandate to negotiate a fast track settlement for the King Country tribe’s historical grievances, but it is facing strong opposition..Read more

State care age extension chance to do better
Methodist community support organisation Lifewise is welcoming an extension to the age young people can remain in care, but it warns the right services need to be available for them to transition into adult life..Read more

Fluoride benefit for Maori measured
Adding fluoride to water will save New Zealand $1.4 billion over the next 20 years in reduced dental costs, with Maori among the groups most likely to benefit..Read more

Ngati Paoa puts case forward for settlement land
A negotiator for Ngati Paoa says it’s unfortunate a row with Ngati Whatua Orakei over treaty settlement properties has ended up in court..Read more

Corporate muscle on language board
Maori Development Minister Te Ururoa Flavell has appointed two corporate high flyers to the board of Te Taura Whiri I Te Reo Maori..Read more

Bennett's board snub to Whanau Ora
A south Auckland social worker says a new Social Investment Board is a deliberate snub to Whanau Ora..Read more

Parata privatisation agenda holding back kura
Mana leader Hone Harawira says Hekia Parata hasn't done enough for Maori education during her time as minister..Read more

No rangatiratanga while drugs scourge north
Former MP Shane Jones is calling on Maori leaders in the north to take action over the methamphetamine crisis scourging their communities..Read more

Te Whare a Maui place for Maori innovation
Maori innovators now have a new place to go for support..Read more

Happier council predicted with Maori approach
Wellington’s first Maori deputy mayor is keen to bring a Maori dimension to decision-making..Read more

PM Bainimarama a favoured guest
The visit of Fijian Prime Minister Frank Bainimarama is being seen as a turn in the political cycle and a chance to strengthen trade and other relations with the island nation..Read more

Smart Kokako wins design award
The system the Maori broadcast funding agency uses to monitor the amount of te reo Maori playing out on radio and television has won the top prize in the interactive category of this year’s New Zealand Best Design Awards..Read more

Prison plan proof of prejudice
A multi-billion dollar spend up on prisons shows where the Government is putting its priorities .., and its not Maori development..Read more

Turia decries prison spend-up
Maori Party co-founder Dame Tariana Turia says the Government’s decision to spend more on locking people up shows it has lost its focus on social investment..Read more

TupuToa to boost Maori up corporate ladder
A bold new initiative to give young Maori and Pasifika a foot on the corporate ladder will be launched in Auckland today..Read more

Hekia Parata to stand down at election
Education Minister Hekia Parata is quitting parliament at the next election..Read more

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Superintendant Wally Haumaha
Dale speaks to Wally Haumaha about National Maori Hockey Tournament over the weekend.
Manurewa Labour Party MP Louisa Wall
Breakfast Host: Dale Husband
Northland Labour Party MP Kelvin Davis
Breakfast Host: Dale Husband
John Devonshire Chair of Maori Rugby League
Dale speaks to John Devonshire about the Annual Tuakana Tournament over the weekend in Wainuiomata.
Dr Monty Soutar Maori Batallion writer
Dale speaks to Monty Soutar about the passing of Nolan Raihania
Education Minister Hekia Parata
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1 Parekura Kupenga | Te matenga a Noel Raihania
He tino taonga a Noel. Ka whakapuaki mai a Parekura I ona whakaaro mo te rangatira, te Ika-a-Whiro nei no Ngati Porou
2 Kingi Taurua | He hui e whakakore ana I te mahi keri hinu a Stat Oil
E whakamarama mai ana a Kingi I nga korero I puta I te hui nei. E tautoko ana a Norway I tenei kaupapa o ngai Maori
The time Helen Kelly stood up for 5000 hungry Maori children
Martyn Bomber Bradbury: With the passing of Helen Kelly, working Pakeha and Maori have lost one of their greatest champions
They always put us in Jail.
WILLIE JACKSON : But jailing Love is one step too far. Justice Lang said for more than 40 years Love had devoted himself selflessly to Maori development and said he was an inspirational leader in Maoridom
What the Aaron Smith madness really did last week
MARTYN 'BOMBER' BRADBURY: Personally I don't care about what consenting adults do. I enjoy living in a liberal society where you are free to do what you like within the law.
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