|Fri 15 Dec 11:42 am|
Families package to halve child poverty
The Government expects to halve child poverty rates by diverting National’s tax cuts into direct
|Fri 15 Dec 11:39 am|
Magna tiriti link explored
A new book will be launched tomorrow that explores the influence of the English Magna Carta on New Zealand’s
|Fri 15 Dec 11:39 am|
Kaikoura lifeline reopened
State Highway 1 into Kaikoura reopens this afternoon, 13 months after a devastating earthquake cut off
|Thu 14 Dec 03:21 pm|
Celestial compass ready for solstice
Carvers are putting the final stages on pou for a star compass that will be unveiled at Waitangi Regional
Carvers are putting the final stages on pou for a star compass that will be unveiled at Waitangi Regional Park between Napier and Hastings on the summer solstice, December 22.
Green MP Marama Davidson wants Maori to get involved in the debate over whether euthanasia should be made legal
Maori health workforce development organisation Te Rau Matatini is backing a national group representing Maori who uses mental health services.
Former Maori Party co-leader Sir Pita Sharples would like to see generational change in the party.
A Maori tobacco control advocacy service wants to see the extra revenue from the annual rise in cigarette prices go to Maori and Pasifika cessation programmes.
Port Nicholson Block Settlement Trust chair Wayne Mulligan is one of three new directors appointed to the board of the Wellington Regional Economic Development Agency.
The Pick:2017 was launched in June by Northland Inc’s business and event hub, The Orchard, with a call for Northlanders with a business idea or startup that they wanted to get off the ground or make more viable.
Dougal was born and raised in Otautahi Christchurch and now lives in Kaitaia and is affiliated to Ngati Kahungunu, Ngati Tuwharetoa and Ngapuhi.
Te Kotahitanga o Nga Hapu o Ngapuhi co-chair Pita Tipene says he doesn’t expect the crown to try to conclude a settlement at the hapu rather than the iwi level.
Maori Party co-leader Marama Fox says it's up to party members whether she stays or goes.
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