|Fri 20 Apr 01:33 pm|
Tribe takes heat out of steam work
Contact Energy and the Ngati Tahu Landowners Collective have been awarded the prestigious 2018 US Energy
|Fri 20 Apr 01:30 pm|
Kaitakawaenga ponder pastoral care
Kaitakawaenga or Maori liaison officers from universities, polytechnics and wananga around the country
|Fri 20 Apr 01:27 pm|
Papakainga for Edgecumbe refugees
Te Ururoa’s Flavell’s service as Maori development minister in helping people after the
|Fri 20 Apr 01:27 pm|
Mara help Ranginui health message
Health and gardening tips are on the menu for a hui at Wairoa Marae in Tauranga this weekend.
The Taranaki father who collapsed and died on Saturday evening after a dispute has been hailed for his work addressing youth suicide and violence.
The chair of the Royal Commission into historical abuse in state care says it's possible there could be criminal prosecutions as a result of the inquiry.
The New Zealand Geographic Baord wants to know if people will be happy if Poverty Bay is given a dual Maori name.
Labour's Northcote candidate Shanan Halbert believes the by-election is a sign of the generational change in New Zealand politics.
Massey University has celebrated the success of a programme that has helped more than 400 Maori gain qualification as psychiatrists, clinical psychologists and mental health workers over the past 20 years.
Te Pou o Mangataawhiri has booked a spot in next year’s Te Matatini national kapa haka competition in Wellington, winning the regional final at Claudelands arena in Hamilton on Saturday for the first time.
Te Runanga o Ngapuhi has opted for a familiar face with its appointment of Lorraine Toki as its new chief executive.
Waikato Regional Council’s cultural intelligence app Kawe Korero has taken out the supreme award at the annual Local Government Excellence Awards.
E hiahia ana ngā iwi mana whenua o Tāmaki, a Ngāti Paoa me Ngāti Whanaunga ki te rāhui i te whakangau poaka ki roto i ngā pae maunga o Hunua, kei māhorahora tonu te mate e ngau ana i te kauri.
Two Auckland iwi want to ban recreational pig hunting in the Hunua ranges in a bid to protect the forest from kauri die back disease.
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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