|Mon 23 Apr 03:33 pm|
Tax trade off to benefit Manurewa bus and cycle users
Greens co-leader Marama Davidson says a regional fuel tax will bring benefits to the Manurewa community
|Mon 23 Apr 03:33 pm|
Court backs Pukaki protection
The Environment Court has upheld an Auckland Council decision to protect a dormant volcano on the shores
|Mon 23 Apr 03:30 pm|
Regatta memoria for George Pomana
A memoria regatta for the late George Pomana drew more than 220 paddlers to the Waimahia Inlest anfd
|Mon 23 Apr 02:33 pm|
Charter schools consider treaty claim
Charter school advocates are threatening to take a claim to the Waitangi Tribunal against the Government's
Justice is emerging as a hot issue in consultations on the new Crown Maori Relationships portfolio.
More than 200 items from Aotearoa and the Pacific will go on show in London in September to mark 250 years since the start of Captain Cook’s first voyage to the South Pacific.
Urban Maori advocate John Tamihere says post-settlement iwi risk being taken to court unless they find ways to share the benefits of settlement with all their members.
Charter school advocates are threatening to take a claim to the Waitangi Tribunal against the Government's decision to close down the experiment of taxpayer-funded private schools.
The country’s first Maori university chaplain says creating the position was a matter of justice.
The first trees in the One Billion Trees planting programme are in the ground.
Northland hapu Ngati Hau has new adversaries in its battle to prevent gold mining in its rohe.
Kua whakatōkia ngā rākau tuatahi o te kaupapa kotahi piriona rākau a te Kāwanatanga.
Contact Energy and the Ngati Tahu Landowners Collective have been awarded the prestigious 2018 US Energy Association Corporate Volunteer Award for their work in Kenya.
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Breakfast with Dale
John Tamihere: Where do our rates go? With the council, you never know
Everywhere you look in this country you are slapped with taxes...Everyone has to pay.When you look at the City Council where does all the money go? Why is it they always want more then want to get paid more? In the old days there was a public service ethi