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Protest highlights changing attitude to dole
Social Development Minister Carmel Sepuloni is welcoming a change in the public perception of beneficiaries..Read more

E Maaori maa ! Whakamaatauria te mate karauna
He ao hōu kei mua i a tātou o Aotearoa, nō reira, me whai kē tātou i ngā huarahi hōu, e ora ai tātou i tēnei ao hōu nei..Read more

Ki te kore tātou e puta i te taumata tuawhā, kātahi tātou ka aha?
Me puta tātou i te taumata tuawhā ka tika, hēoi anō, me mau tonu tātou ki ngā ture nui o te wā, e whakakore ai te mate karauna ki waenganui i a tātou..Read more

Inā te kaikiri o te ao pāpaoho Pākehā
Kāore he paku hua kotahi i ngā kōrero hāhani a te hunga pāpaoho Pākehā, i tāna whakawhiu i a Hone Harawira, i te haerenga ōnā ki te Tāmaki ki te kimi i ngā rauemi ārai i te mate karauna i ngā wiki kua mahue ki muri..Read more

Te Toihau Hōu o Te Rūnanga-ā-iwi o Te Rarawa.
Kua whakaingoatia te toihau hōu o te rūnanga ā iwi o Te Rarawa, arā, ko Phillip Murray tērā o Te Rarawa, ka mutu, ka tīmataria ngā mahi a Murray i ēnei wā o te papatoiake, i ēnei wā o te paparōnaki..Read more

Te wero a te Pāti Māori i te huakinatanga mai anō a ngā kura o te motu
Kei te māharahara nui ngā Pouako o Aotearoa, ki ngā ture hōu ka utaina ki runga i a rātou mei hoki atu ai te motu ki te taumata tuatoru o te Mate Karauna..Read more

Te Porotū Ki Te Maunga o Ōwairaka
Kua eke ki tua o tāwauwau te raruraru nui ki waenga i te mana tūpuna Maunga o Tāmaki, me te hunga porotēhi..Read more

Noho ana a Mātua, tū ana a Pouako
Kia māmā te haere, koiā te kī a te Perehitini o Te Riu Roa a Liam Rutherford ki ngā mātua huri noa i te motu..Read more

Te Whiorerua o te Kāwanatanga
Nā te aha i tū tonu ai te rā whakanui i a Hato Pātariki, ki roto o Aotearoa, ahakoa i oti kē i te Kaunihera ā Rohe o Tāmaki ngā hui nui a ngā iwi moutere i whakakore?.Read more

Huri te ao, huri te tikanga ahuwhenua
Me kaua tātou e hoki atu ki ngā tikanga ahu whenua i kitea i mua i te pakarutanga mai o te Mate Karauna, engari kē ia, me titiro whakamua ki te ao hōu e pīataata mai ana..Read more

Alcohol by post a social policy blunder.
Health Coalition Aotearoa is drawing a connection between online sales of spirits and the rise in reports of family harm during the lockdown..Read more

PGF finds formula to fund Opotiki harbour upgrade
The prospects for Whakatohea’s offshore mussel farm have been boosted with the announcement of a $79 million central government investment in the opotiki harbnour redevelopment..Read more

Tauranga councillor turns offence blame back on Mikaere
A Tauranga city councillor says offence is in the eye of the beholder and he won’t step aside because of his views on the Treaty of Waitangi..Read more

Museum interest boosts Maori study
The Kawharu Foundation in partnership with Auckland Museum is looking for Maori undergraduate or graduate students whose research can be linked to the museum's collections..Read more

Pricey gifts not needed for Christmas cheer
It’s not too late to take the pressure out of Christmas – and that means a focus on whanau, not on what to give them..Read more

Maori get seat at trade table
The chair of a new body to give Māori input into trade negotiations says it’s vital Māori are at the table given the structure of the Māori economy..Read more

Litte benefit seen from foreign landowners
The value of the large foreign ownership of New Zealand land and forests is raising alarm bells among Maori..Read more

Values built in to Whanganui settlement value
The Whanganui Land Settlement Negotiation Trust has signed an agreement in principle with the Crown that recognises the importance of values to the iwi..Read more

Dashboard gives iwi education insight
Iwi will be able to get a better idea how their tamariki and rangatahi are doing in the education system through a new online tool..Read more

Parr charts course for million tweets
The Māori broadcast funding agency is encouraging people to use Māori Language Week as an opportunity to use te reo Māori on Twitter - with the aim of breaking one million reo tweets..Read more

Infrastructure grant for Tauranga papakainga
The Government has earmarked $2.7 million towards the infrastructure for a Tauranga papakainga..Read more

Pharmac boost to tackle cancer care
The Government is moving to address growing concern about cancer treatment by boosting funding for Pharmac and appointing a national director for cancer control..Read more

Storytelling gift earns awards nomination for JaLeace
Telling stories is how up and coming singer JaLeace Ormsby describes her craft..Read more

Plantings to spruce up Ruapekapeka for anniversary
Pupils from Whangarei Intermediate along with people under the control of community corrections, Department of Conservastion staff and volunteers and the Ruapekapeka Trust planted trees on Ruapekapeka pa today..Read more

Māori health expertise needed for climate action plan
The select committee looking at the Zero Carbon Bill has been told a well-designed climate change policy could lead to substantial health gains..Read more

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Opinion: Oranga Tamariki must be run by Maori - NOW!
Martyn 'Bomber' Bradbury: The Children's Commissioner have just released the second part of their report, into Oranga Tamariki, Te Kuku O Te Manawa, and it is damning in its denunciation of the internal processes and decision making that leads to babies taken from mothers at or just after birth.
Opinion: The Maori Party are right - our elections are racist!
There is a glaring problem inside our electoral system, it's a structural bias that penalises Māori in a way that Pakeha are not.
Opinion: Danger of Labour & Greens robbing Maori by changing MMP rules
Martyn 'Bomber' Bradbury: There are real political dangers in the drive-by Labour and the Greens to remove the tail coating rule within MMP.
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