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Te Ururoa Flavell | Potests, development of Auckland Ports, NZ Flag,
The minister of Maori development Te Ururoa Flavell discusses the protest in Auckland last Friday that he participated in which was in opposition to the Abbott government looking to close Aboriginal communties. The redevelopment of Auckland Ports and the NZ flag debate
Nanaia Mahuta | Maori caucus call on Iwi leaders suppport
Labour Maori Caucus have sent an open letter to iwi leaders aroujnf the country seeking support ofor metworkers currently in employment negotiationswith Talleys
Sonny Tau | Ngapuhi responds to a possible shake up of TOKM
Ngapuhi could end up big winners or big losers in a proposed shake up of Te Ohu Kai Mona. Chair of Te Runanga a iwi o Ngapuhi Sonny Tau says abandoning TOKM wompletely is very shoirt sighted when Maori are in the lusiness offishing forever
Anton Blank | Petition urging government to treat children as well as we treat all elderly NZers
Child advocate Anton Blank has a new petition urging the government to treat children as well as we treat all elderly New Zealanders
Shirley Johnson | Opportunity for South Auckland youth to have a career in science
MNore young people in South Auckland are being given the oppportunity to enter an exciting career in science by COMET Auckland.
Rangitane Marsden | Te Punaha Hiringa
The Maori Development Minister has confirmed that 41 Maori collectives will receive frunding from Te Punaha Hiringa
1 Poia Rewi | Bi-lingual restaurant in Poneke
A restaurant in Wellington is proving popular with Maori diners as they have a bi lingual menu
4 Rob Ruha | Nga whetu o Matariki waiata competition
As part of Te Papa's Matariki Festival they're running a Nga whetu o Matariki song writing competition
Lenís mistake
WILLIE JACKSON OPINION:When is a promise not a promise? When it’s made by a politician
The Maori Party are right about Parihaka Day
MARTYN BRADBURY OPINION: One of the concerning elements of this ANZAC Day was the celebration of militarism. The 100th year of the ANZAC myth misses out the NZ land wars and ignores the repressive Government of the day and their cruel treatment of conscientious objectors.
A Prime Minister's abuse of personal space
MARTYN BRADBURY: On the night of the election I was stunned
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