Friday February 23, 2018   Last updated 12:00PM

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Paula Cuff, Senior Manager Maori Strategy & Partnerships, Creative NZ on Paakiwaha
Creative New Zealand will soon engage with Māori across the length and breadth of Aotearoa as a first step in developing a by Māori for Aotearoa Māori arts strategy..Read more

Raewyn Tipene CE He Puna Marama Trust on Paakiwaha
Raewyn Tipene from He Puna Marama Trust which operates a charter school in the North talks about what the new Bill will mean for current charter schools..Read more

Artist, Ross Hemera on Paakiwaha
Ngā Ringa Toi o Tahu, the eight-episode web series exploring the practice and success of a group of talented Ngāi Tahu artists, has been selected to screen at two coveted film festivals - Māoriland 2018 and the Vancouver Web Fest..Read more

Huhana Lyndon on Paakiwaha
Te Matarau Education Trust has been engaged by Te Puni Kokiri to lead the co design of a regional trade training strategy and implementation plan for Tai Tokerau..Read more

Kura Moeahu on Paakiwaha
Having never had its own haka, 1,000 individuals are currently learning a new haka for Wellington, Kupe Hautoa, to be ready in time for Kupe: Festival Opening Night, at 7pm on Friday 23 February 2018..Read more

Marae solution for remand crisis
A Maori lawyer is proposing alleged offenders be put under the care of marae as a way to address a big jump in the number of remand prisoners..Read more

DOC joins Te Kuha coal mine fight
The new Government has shown it wants to give the Department of Conservation its voice back as an advocate for the environment..Read more

Hauraki Greenland a quiet advocate
Maori have lost a quiet but compelling voice in Wellington with the death of Hauraki Greenland..Read more

Te Ohu keen to tackle catch conflict
The Maori fisheries settlement trust wants to know how many fish recreational fishers are catching..Read more

Planning vital in employment scheme
Employment Minister Willie Jackson says there won’t be work for the dole on his watch, but he does agree with Regional Economic Development Minister Shane Jones that targeted schemes are needed to address high Maori unemployment in some parts of the country.Read more

Coffey calls on kaumatua for tautoko
Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern and members of Labour's Maori caucus will be at Te Papaiouru Marae in Ohinemutu on Friday where new Waiariki MP Tamati Coffey will unveil an advisory council of selected kaumatua to support him on his political journey..Read more

Waiariki MP, Tamati Coffey on Paakiwaha
"Kahui Koeke" Serving the people of the Waiariki is a big job,” says Coffey..Read more

Victoria University boosts Maori outreach
Wellington's Victoria University is looking to turbo-charge iwi scholarship programmes..Read more

Support grows against te reo Maori moaners
Race Relations Conciliator Dame Susan Devoy says the response to a column complaining about the amount of te reo Maori heard on RNZ National shows how the language is becoming normalised..Read more

Team hailed for living Maori research
Putting Maori communities and kaupapa at the centre of their research has won Waikato University’s Te Kotahi Research Institute this year’s New Zealand Research in Education group award..Read more

Enough is enough for oil warriors
A blast from the past is how Taranaki iwi see the arrival of the world’s largest seismic survey ship in their waters over the weekend..Read more

Ngai Tahu ready to do things differently
The kaiwhakahare of Ngai Tahu is looking at a change in management style and direction for the South Island iwi..Read more

Brash defends history shocker Gallagher
Former National Party and ACT leader Don Brash is defending an attack on the Treaty of Waitangi reconciliation process by Waikato business leader Sir William Gallagher..Read more

Lisa Tumahai, Kaiwhakahaere of Te Runanga o Ngai Tahu on Paakiwaha
Lisa Tumahai, representative for Ngāti Waewae Rūnanga, was appointed as Kaiwhakahaere (chair) of Te Rūnanga o Ngāi Tahu following an election..Read more

Wananga to sustain and keep Tainui paepae strong
A group which gives guidance on tikanga within Waikato Tainui is loosening the conventions in an effort to increase the pool of speakers available for marae..Read more

Lawyers challenged to pull all into waka
Maori lawyers have been challenged to ensure Maori aren’t left behind in the post-settlement era..Read more

Time to axe prisons
A Maori legal scholar says incarcerating people is alien to indigenous peoples, and New Zealand needs to start thinking about how it can shut its prisons down..Read more

Seat progress too slow for Judd
Former New Plymouth mayor Andrew Judd says if his petition doesn’t result into changes in the way councils go about getting Maori representation, he’ll crowd fund to get the money he needs to take the crown to court on this issue..Read more

Whai Rawa helps Ngai Tahu share settlement
Ngai Tahu has spent 20 years building up a sound financial base, and now it can concentrate more on the well-being of its people..Read more

No space for hapu settlements
Tuhoronuku chair Hone Sadler has warned new Treaty negotiations Minister Andrew Little against creating expectations the Ngapuhi claims can be settled at hapu level..Read more

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Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters
New Zealand First is delighted to announce that Rt Hon Winston Peters was again confirmed as party Leader at this mornings caucus.
Dr Lance O'Sullivan Digital Doctor
Pioneering digital doctor Lance O'Sullivan today blasted the New Zealand health system at the international Digital Nations summit in Auckland. He said healthcare for Kiwis was poor and it was a 'shitty' system.
Ricky Houghton CE He Korowai Trust
Breakfast Host: Dale Husband
Dr Nick Waipara Principal Advisor of Biosecurity
Breakfast Host: Dale Husband
Nga Korero Pirihimana 21/02/2018
Dale speaks to Detective Sergeant Ivan Sarich
1 Te Ururoa Flavell | Nga take torangapu Maaori
I nga rangi tata nei tuu ai te hui a te roopuu toorangapu Maaori. Kei a Te Ururoa Flavell te roanga ake o ngaa whakamaarama
2 Kelvin Davis | Nga tatauranga torangapu
Kei a Kelvin Davis eetahi whakamarama mo nga tatauranga torangapu o te wa katahi ano ka puta
3 Pita Paraone | Te arotake haere i nga tatauranga torangapu o te wa
I ahua ngoikore te tautoko ki te roopuu Aotearoa Tuatahi koiraa te kitenga a Pita Paraone ki nga tatauranga torangapu o te wa
National's Political Beauty Parade
John Tamihere: If you haven’t already heard, the National Party is holding a leadership lottery. Much like the TV programme Married at First Sight, it features five possible grooms, or groom-esses - which is only right given the fact that this is the age of equality and equity.
Brash’s mokopuna will be defined by their Maoritanga
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.
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