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Oil drill ban cause for pride
A leading campaigner against deep sea oil drilling says ending exploration is a victory for communities, iwi and the environment..Read more

Andre McLachlan utilises holistic Maori concepts of Health
The Whai Tikanga toolkit recognises the importance of using a Maori-centred approach for Maori clients and whanau..Read more

Peter Lucas Jones GM of Te Hiku Media
The fast growth of Northland's secondary school Kapa Haka festival could pose big pressures for schools and organisers in the future..Read more

Barry Smith announces launch of Kupe
The Ministry of Health has launched Kupe, a website aimed at helping men decide if a prostate check is right for them. .Read more

Te Hamua Nikora Kaihautu a rohe of Massey University
Massey University's Puhoro STEM Academy has expanded into South Auckland schools,
providing more young Maori secondary school students with the chance to experience and pursue careers in science. .Read more

Ngati Paoa calls for rahui at Hunua as pig hunters track disease spores
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..Read more

Age difference in Maori stroke risk
A University of Auckland study has found testing Maori and Pacific people for an irregular heartbeat earlier could spare hundreds of people from stroke each year..Read more

Perspex perspective on EIT kowhaiwhai
Eastern Institute of Technology today opened its new Heretaunga West Centre in Hastings..Read more

Taranaki iwi line up for development role
Taranaki iwi are set to play a prominent role as the region gets an infusion of cash from the Government’s Provincial Growth Fund..Read more

Fiscal envelope flaws exposed
Treaty Negotiations Minister Andrew Little says the latest top ups to the Waikato Tainui and Ngai Tahu settlements show the flaws in the initial fiscal envelope model..Read more

Council catches up to Waitakere rahui
Auckland Council has voted to close tracks in the Waitakere and Hunua ranges where walkers carry a high risk of spreading kauri die back disease..Read more

Mandy Bohte talks about the Maori option
Mandy Bohte Manager of the National Electoral Commission talks to Dale Husband on the breakfast show about the possibility of increasing the Maori roll..Read more

Fonterra opens gate for Maori interns
Dairy giant Fonterra is teaming up with non-profit group TupuToa on a new internship programme for Maori and Pasifika graduates..Read more

Liz Keen reveals the power of Earth Day
Next week is EARTH DAY and tackling some of the one billion elephants' worth of plastic produced last year, Terra Cycle operates free national recycling programs particularly for hard-to-recycle waste free-of-charge, while earning donations for their nominated school or non-profit.
 
 
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Debbie McCauley, Author releases new book on Treaty of Waitangi in Tauranga
Last Tuesday was a significant date in the history of Tauranga. It's largely unknown and unrecognised that one of the nine Treaty of Waitangi sheets was signed here on this day in 1840..Read more

Poutoko at Te Kura Kaupapa Motuhake o Tawhiuau, Pem Bird gives a Maori perspective on Tommorow's Schools Review
Maori educator and leader Pem Bird gives a Maori perspective on the review of Tommorow's Schools and how to address Maori Student Achievement in Mainstream Education. .Read more

48 Hours comp seeks next Taika
Organisers of the annual HP48HOURS Filmmaking Competition want to encourage more Maori filmmakers to take part..Read more

Church tales told through taxpayer grant
Regional Economic Development Minister Shane Jones says putting $5 million into the restoration of the New Plymouth Cathedral should uncover both the good and the bad in the region's colonial history..Read more

Marama Fox gives update on the Maori Party
Maori Party member Marama Fox talks about a hiatusthat the Maori Party is currently going through .Read more

Andrew Little on settlement top ups for Waikato Tainui and Ngai Tahu
Waikato-Tainui and Ngai Tahu have got a further top-up of their settlements..Read more

Maori tick best for Maori
The president of the Maori Party is encouraging Maori to switch to the Maori electoral roll..Read more

Maori housing strategy essential
A Maori housing advocate is backing a call from a United Nations committee for a national housing strategy to increase the availability of quality affordable housing to low income, Maori and Pasifika families..Read more

Four well beings back on local government agenda
Local Government Minister Nanaia Mahuta is moving to restore the ability of local councils to address the well being of their communities..Read more

Maori theatre plays share honours
Prolific playwright Albert Belz had to share the honour for best Maori theatre play at this year’s NZ Adam Play Award with newcomer and fellow Manukau Institute of Technology faculty member Jason Te Mete..Read more

Stolen koiwi returned
Whanganui Museum has returned koiwi to Ngati Manu after DNA testing of the koiwi showed the seven skeletons were most likely to have come from around Opua in the Bay of Islands..Read more

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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
Topia Rameka CE Tuwharetoa Maori Trust Board
Removing Taupo’s rescue helicopter service is not an option, and the Government must weigh-in on the issue to make things right, says the Tuwharetoa Maori Trust Board.
Che Wilson Maori Party President
The Maori Party is delighted to congratulate Marama Davidson as the new co-leader of the Green Party.
National MP Nuk Korako
50th anniversary since the sinking of the Wahine
Minister of Forestry Shane Jones
Breakfast Host: Dale Husband
Shelly Katae TRC Strategy and Performance GM
More than 300 Tamaki people have found work through Tamaki Regeneration Company’s jobs and training programmes.
Anton Blank is the co-author, with Carla Houkamau, of Rewire: a Little Book on Bias
The UN Committee on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights held a periodic review of New Zealand's performance last month.
Manurewa MP Louisa Wall
Breakfast Host: Dale Husband
Toku Ao: Makere Mutu 10/04/2018
I korero a Rangi ki a Makere Mutu e pa ana ki te paamu heihei kua tohea e te rohe o Dargaville kia kaua e whakaturia.
Was Labour really ready to govern? Give it a bit of time.
John Tamihere: These are the early days of this Government and we tend to compare previous administrations with the current administration - as we do with the leadership and playing capacity of new All Blacks squads against past ones.
Where do our rates go? With the council, you never know
John Tamihere: Everywhere you look in this country you are slapped by taxes.
What’s gone wrong in the West?
John Tamihere: On one hand, Westies have to be happy with the investment that has gone into New Lynn and Westgate.
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