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Goff seeks compromise on Nixon monument
Auckland Mayor Phil Goff is meeting today with descendants of colonial soldier Marmaduke Nixon and the Waikato hapu he attacked..Read more

Cancer work earns highest prize
A cancer geneticist whose work with Maori has changed treatment worldwide has been given the University of Otago’s highest distinction, the Distinguished Research Medal..Read more

Blue shade too far off Green
A leading Green strategist says a National-Green coalition is extremely unlikely and people should wait for the 380,000 special votes to be counted before speculating on an outcome..Read more

Ngapuhi planning festival splash
Ngapuhi may be going through turbulent waters, but the tribe aims to make a splash at its biannual festival in January..Read more

Tamariki show energy in science quest
Tamariki from Te Runanga O Ngati Ruanui’s 2Nuicode programme are today presenting their ideas to the wider community at Taranaki’s annual Energy Skills Science Fair..Read more

Rongowhakaata in the light at Te Papa
Ruku i te po, ruku i te ao..Read more

Social enterprise suits Maori motuhake
Maori social enterprise came under the microscope at a international conference in Christchurch this week as organisations shared ideas about how to do well out of doing good..Read more

Inquiry essential for state care fix
Race Relations Commissioner Dame Susan Devoy says the removal of Maori children into welfare institutions by the state was the start of the systemic and mass imprisonment of Maori New Zealanders..Read more

Auckland votes conditionally for Maori ward
Auckland Councillors want Maori seats, but they have thrown the task of getting them back on the new Government..Read more

Jill Day fills Eagle's nest
Wellington has lost its Maori deputy mayor - and gained another..Read more

Harawira voice for non-voters
Mana leader Hone Harawira says most of his support comes from people who don't viote.Read more

Water talk wins praise from resource lawyers
Waikato Regional Council’s Let’s Talk Water community discussion has won it a top award from the Resource Management Law Association..Read more

Incorporation looks to repair land
A northern Hawke's Bay Maori incorporation is considering growing hemp or manuka as a way to repair its land after years of leasing it out for sheep and beef farming..Read more

Maori ward on Auckland agenda
Auckland Council will today vote on whether to create a Maori ward..Read more

Wellington Council agrees to Shelly Bay contribution
Wellington City Councillors have voted 7-5 to sell or lease of council-owned land at Shelly Bay for a Port Nicholson Block Settlement Trust development..Read more

Ahuwhenua farmers need to set dairy example
How Maori dairy farmers are managing their impact on the environment will come under scrutiny at the next Ahuwhenua Trophy for Maori farming excellence..Read more

Poho kererū a Flavell
E pouri ana te kaiarahi i te RTM, a Te Ururoa Favell, e kore ia e whai waahi ki te whakatutuki i ētahi kaupapa e tārewa tonu mai ana, heoi, e poho kererū ana ia ki ngā kaupapa i tutuki i a ia, i roto i te tekau mā rua tau ōna i te whare pāremata..Read more

Flavell proud of gains he made for Maori
Maori Party co-leader Te Ururoa Favell says he regrets not being able to complete some projects, but he can look back at his political career with pride..Read more

Tibble always up for a challenge
Te Tikanga Marae in Halcombe is where people from education, media and iwi have come to pay a final farewell to reo champion Te Kotuku Tibble.Read more

Future leaders show class at Manu Korero
The quality of speechmaking at high school level shows the next generation of maori leaders are ready to step up to the challenge..Read more

Chance to show love for Black Ferns
Tomorrow’s welcome home event for the world champion Black Ferns is not only a chance to celebrate their winning the Women’s Rugby World Cup for the fifth time but to support their aspirations for the game..Read more

Social workers celebrate positive impact
The Aotearoa NZ Association of Social Workers says the profession's impact on the lives of New Zealand families and communities is significant and long lasting but often goes unnoticed..Read more

Murihiku pilot for iwi justice
The far south could soon have iwi community panels as an alternative to courts for some offenders..Read more

Alien Weaponry headed for Europe
Waipu band Alien Weaponry is set to take its reo Maori thrash metal to Europe..Read more

Maori housing group offers to fill policy void
Maori housing group Te Matapihi believes the exit of the Maori Party from parliament means it is critical independent advocates such as itself as well as iwi chairs step up..Read more

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NZ First leader Winston Peters
NZ First leader Winston Peters
Forest and Bird Regional Manager Jen Miller
What'ss proposed is an opencast mine in an outstanding natural landscape, within view of the iconic lower Buller Gorge and home to threatened species such as kiwi, says Ms Miller. We will be arguing that the Reserves Act requires the protection of such precious places
Dr Te Kani Kingi - Te putake o te riri symposium
Two-day symposium provides Maori perspective on conflict
Taranaki Tu Mai host spokesperson Omahuru Robinson
Ngaruahine host spokesman for Taranaki Tu Mai
Green Party leader James Shaw
Politics with Green leader James Shaw
COMET Auckland Skills manager Shirley Johnson
Around 90 students from south Auckland will receive their 'Licence to Work' at a special ceremony on Thursday
Kaihautu Ohanga Maori, Awhina August
Awhina August, Kaihautu Ohanga Maori Bay of Plenty Maori economic development navigator.
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Don't put the blame solely on Winston !
JOHN TAMIHERE: I can recall carrying a cardboard cutout picture of Winston Peters around the Otara Flea Market in 1999 pretending to debate him. Why? Because he wouldn’t enter into a debate with me.
Metiria Turei vs Jian Yang - Compare the media values at work
MARTYN 'BOMBER' BRADBURY: There are times when the mainstream media coverage of two events manages to say more about the real bias at work within the media than the news worthiness of their focus.
How do Maori respond to the next wave of colonisation?
MARTYN 'BOMBER' BRADBURY: Statistics released by Statistics NZ show that the Asian-NZ population will overtake Māori by 2038...
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