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Maori Sports Awards 2012

Saturday 24 November, TelstraClear Stadium, Tamaki Makaurau

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LisaCarrington
Lisa Carrington named the overall Maori Sports Person of the Year 2012.
KatarainaBrown
Maori Junior Sportswomen recipient, Kataraina Brown was presented the trophy by former tennis champ, Rewa Harriman & Trevor Maxwell.
StormUruBuckShelford
Buck Shelford & Maori Sportsman of the Year, Storm Uru.
RadioNgatiPorou
Radio Ngati Porou, winners of the Maori Sports Media award.
MavisMullins
Maori Sports Administrator of the Year was awarded to Mavis Mullins.
WaiTaumaunu
Waimarama Taumaunu took home the Maori Sports Coach of the Year award.
WakaAma
Waka Ama world champs: Aotearoa Whakaaorangi.
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Dr Leonie Pihama | He Manawa Whenua Indigenous Conference 2015
Registrations are open for the Indigenous Research Conference 2015. Its an opportunity for indigenous researchers to share their work through their own voice
Davis Apiti | Maui dolphins at risk of extinction
Maui dolphins at risk of extinction. Ngati Te Wehi lodged an application with the Waitangi Tribunal to enforce a 250 nautical mile fishing exclusion zone from Raukumara near Aotea Harbour to Taranaki Point near Raglan and including Gannet Island, an important breeding site for NZ fur seals. last year - Tribal spokesman Davis Apiti says the iwi began lobbying the government for greater protection of the Maui dolphins 15 years ago when 100 dolphins remained. Now there are only 55 left
Jackson Warea | Patu Aotearoa receives $20,000 from Contact Energy
Jackson Waerea, Levi Armstrong and Kia Diamond are tackling obesity with their organisation. Theyve won $20,000 to help with their kaupapa
Hone Kouka | Adam NZ Play Award winner
Hone Kouka won the Adam NZ Play Award for Bless the child.
Auckland mayor Len Brown | Public disapproval to plans to Auckland port developments
Auckland mayor Len Brown about extension work on Ports, Mana whenua Cultural Impact Assessments,
1 Te Rata Hikairo | No excuse for racist bus rant
Te Rata Hikairo | Maori muslim Te Rata says there is no excuse for a racist rant from a Maori to 2 Middle Eastern men
2 Sonny Tau | 3 Negotiators announced for Tuhoronuku
Sonny Tau | 3 neogtiators have been announced to settle Ngapuhi treaty claims
3 Potaka Maipi | Engineers rangatahi hui
Tainui Reporter Potaka Maipi | Engineers rangatahi hui a Waikato Tainui initiative
Northland roars
MARTYN BRADBURY OPINION: The magnitude of Winston Peter's shock win on Saturday can not be ignored. To turn a 9000 majority for National into a 4000 majority for NZ First is a like the American Rugby team beating the All Blacks by 30 points.
It looks like Winstonís.
WILLIE JACKSON OPINION: Well it looks like Winston Peters could steal the Northland by-election from the Government.
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.
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