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Te Rā o Waitangi - fun for the whole whānau
The Capital will be celebrating Te Rā o Waitangi in style this coming Tuesday with an exciting line-up of entertainment and activities at Waitangi Park, and along the waterfront..Read more

Love Your Maunga: Stage set for celebration of Mangere Mountain
For those interested in the future care and enhancement of Māngere Mountain the event is a great opportunity to meet members and staff of the Tūpuna Maunga Authority which is responsible for many Tūpuna Maunga (ancestral mountains) around Auckland. A pop-up information centre will also be on-site..Read more

BROKEN film opens at #1 at the NZ Box Office
BROKEN the humble kiwi-made film with a big heart soars past heavyweight blockbusters claiming the #1 position at the NZ box office overnight..Read more

BROKEN - The movie is a modern retelling of the true NZ story of 'Tarore and her Book'
BROKEN is a modern-day version of a true story based in Gisborne New Zealand. Logan an ex-gang leader, has left the gang life to raise his daughter Tori..Read more

Denis O'Reilly: Takoto Te Pai!
DENIS O'RIELLY: Have you ever noticed that those in service generally reflect the demeanour and beliefs of those in charge? Even though its early in the piece I’ve noticed a discernible shift in the “under new management” persona of the New Zealand Public Service..Read more

Pukehinahina and Te Ranga to be part of Australian war memorial
Tauranga Moana iwi and Waikato Tainui have been approached by the New South Wales government to contribute soil from their battle sites to a new war memorial..Read more

Ratana deal sealed with name
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern received an unexpected gift at Ratana Pa today..Read more

Ardern pledges commitment to Ratana
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern says the relationship between the Labour Party and Ratana is a living commitment rather than a moment in history..Read more

Labour Ratana link etched in blood
Government parties go to Ratana Pa today in what has become the set-piece to the start of the political year..Read more

Oil dumping enrages mayor
Auckland Mayor Phil Goff has asked council officials to go hard in finding out who dumped leaking barrels of oil waste on the city fringe..Read more

Families package to bring whanau out of poverty
Labour deputy leader Kelvin Davis says getting the families package in shows the new government won't accept having whanau locked in poverty..Read more

Paoa makes peace with Tauranga iwi
Ngati Paoa has followed its concession to Ngati Whatua Orakei with what it’s calling a kawenata tapu with Tauranga iwi Ngai Te Rangi and Ngati Ranginui..Read more

Big tick for Ngati Rangi deal
Central North Island iwi Ngati Rangi is on track to sign its deed of settlement early in the New Year after a 99 percent vote in support of the deal..Read more

Korako fights on for Ture Whenua Bill
National's Maori development spokesperson is urging the new Government to press ahead with Te Ture Whenua Maori Bill..Read more

Te Uru Rangi scholarships on offer for Maori in technology
Dougal was born and raised in Otautahi Christchurch and now lives in Kaitaia and is affiliated to Ngati Kahungunu, Ngati Tuwharetoa and Ngapuhi..Read more

Whatua push for exclusivity in Tamaki
Ngati Whatua Orakei is hailing an agreement with Ngati Paoa as a push back against the crown's treaty settlement policy..Read more

Hui paving way for Ngapuhi talks to resume
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern has high hopes for her Treaty Negotiaitons Minister’s return foray into the north..Read more

Ngati Hine trials Triple P parenting plan
University of Auckland researchers have given the thumbs up to a culturally-adapted parenting programme for Maori families..Read more

Waimangu owners put stamp on geothermal wonderland
Waimangu Volcanic Valley has appointed a tourism insider to manage the iconic attraction..Read more

Davis heeds Ombudsman's insights
Corrections Minister Kelvin Davis wants prisoners to have confidence in the complaints system..Read more

Owners encouraged to change land use
Rotorua landowners can get advice on whether their whenua is suited to crops like manuka, feijoa, and ginseng from a new resource produced for Te Arawa Primary Sector.Read more

Tipene-Leach added to health ministerial advisory group
A Maori GP known for his innovative public health projects on prevention of long-term conditions such as diabetes and sudden unexplained death in infancy has been appointed to a new group to advise Health Minister David Clark on the health system..Read more

Greens wary of Kermadec lure
National's hope of embarrassing the Government over the Kermadec ocean sanctuary could fall short over the question of iwi support..Read more

Matatini secures Westpac Trust Stadium for 2019
The next Te Matatini national kapa haka festival will be held at Wellington's Westpac Trust Stadium in February 2019..Read more

Maori and US marines share space in Ramaroa design
A new heritage centre has opened at the Mackays Crossing entrance to Queen Elizabeth Park celebrating the rich Maori, European and natural heritage of the southern part of the Kapiti coast..Read more

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John Tamihere: I got to thinking about Waitangi Day, biculturalism and our national day when I dropped my youngest son - who is travelling to the UK for a gap year - off at the airport.
Marae protocol and baby bumps
John Tamihere: A couple of matters have caused some furious debate over the past 10 days and they both concern our newly elected Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern.
Loan sharking or legalised theft
John Tamihere: I want to address two matters of significance to our community, because whilst they may seem separate, there is a connection.
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