Thursday December 14, 2017   Last updated 02:12AM

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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

Ngati Whatua to fix builders shoddy workmanship
Ngati Whatua Orakei is having to rebuild many of the units in one of its rest homes..Read more

Marley tribute keeps Kora in the groove
The stars of Maori music will tonight celebrate the music of reggae legend Bob Marley..Read more

Wharewaka pro-social actions remembered
A plea that the late Abe Wharewaka be remembered for more than being a flambouyant gangster..Read more

Union calls on Peters to back off journalists
New Zealand First leader is refusing to be drawn on a union call that he stop harrassing journalists who reported on his superannuation overpayment..Read more

League driving rangatahi from jail
The Howard League for Penal Reform says a new driving programme will help keep young offenders on the straight and narrow..Read more

Vaping smoke and mirrors
A Maori stop smoking service is questioning whether the push towards e-cigarettes is just condemning another generation to an addiction to nicotine..Read more

Kura counting on research
Huntly’s Te Wharekura o Rakaumangamanga will be the test bed for a new project aimed at finding new ways to teach pangarau or mathematics in Maori medium setting..Read more

Ngati Porou stalwart mourned
Ngati Porou is mourning its wahine rangatira Heeni Tawhiwhirangi, who died suddenly on Sunday at her Ruatoria home..Read more

Wharewaka an entreprenurial gangster
One of Aotearoa’s most flamboyant gangsters has died..Read more

Climate change a treaty issue
Health professionals have gathered in Wellington last week to discuss climate change and how it will affect their work, with the effect on Maori high on the agenda..Read more

Lore vital for kidnap case defence
Police Inspector Hurimoana Dennis says his trial on a charge of kidnapping has been humbling, and he’s relieved at the outcome..Read more

Auckland Council fails Maori audit
Auckland's Independent Maori Statutory Board says Auckland Council is missing significant opportunities not just for Maori but for the region as a whole by failing to invest in Maori outcomes..Read more

Mock cell shows solitary truth
Aucklanders are being given a glimpse of prison life today with a life size replica of a prison cell set up outside Aotea Square..Read more

Go Bus trials ride share app
A Maori-owned transport company has taken a lead in bringing ride sharing to the bus business..Read more

Star turn for Ngapuhi talent quest
The Ngapuhi Festival is running a talent competition to give a rangatahi the chance to perform at the festival with soul singer Aaradhna..Read more

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Te Panekiretanga have put out a new music CD with songs written by Timoti Karetu, Wharehuia Milroy and a mix of present and past Panekiretanga students.
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Maria Baker CE Te Rau Matatini
The annual report for 2017 by the Office of the Director of Mental Health Services highlights real concerns regarding the increasing rates of restrictive practice (seclusion, restraint and the Mental Health Act) being used upon Maori by mental health services.
Tina Cross Musician
Singer-songwriter Tina Cross has teamed up with New Zealand's leading domestic violence charity 'Shine', to release her powerful song "Another Little One".
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Māori Politics 2017 - wins and losses
MARTYN 'BOMBER' BRADBURY: 2017 was an explosive year for Māori politics and the election reshaped the political landscape in a dramatic fashion wiping out Māori Party and MANA Party aspirations while leaving the Labour Party with an enormous obligation to Māori voters.
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John Tamihere: When Regional Economic Development Minister Shane Jones placed his proposition on the table to get people to earn their dole money, there was an eerie silence, then the expected outcry. Why?
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