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Mould small price for Bridges strategy
National Party leader Simon Bridges is playing down the size of the mould and other problems at Middlemore Hospital on his party's watch.Read more

Marama Davidson new Greens' leader
Marama Davidson has been elected co-leader of the Greens, meaning all five parliamentary parties now have leaders or deputy leaders of Maori descent..Read more

Marama Davidson on Paakiwaha
Marama Davidson steps into the shoes left empty by Metiria Turei as she is named the new co leader of the Green Party.Read more

Henare Mason on Paakiwaha
The Waitangi Tribunal’s kaupapa inquiry programme seeks to identify and address nationally significant claims that affect all Maori, and redress systemic problems that have prevented or seek to prevent the active protection of the principles guaranteed in Te Tiriti o Waitangi to Māori across all sectors of Healthcare Industry..Read more

Dr Te Kani Kingi on Paakiwaha
Massey University and Health Workforce NZ are marking a major milestone as the Te Rau Puawai programme celebrates 20 years..Read more

Wharehoka Wano on Paakiwaha
Deputy chair of the TREDS lead team - Taranaki Regional Economic Development Strategy, Wharehoka Wano was on hand when the Regional Economic Development Minister Shane Jones met in Taranaki recently..Read more

Poor synergy hobbles provincial plane passengers
Regional Economic Development Minister Shane Jones broadside at Air New Zealand has struck a chord with Maori in the provinces..Read more

Iwi leaders back rapid climate change action
Iwi leaders have called for a whole of society response to climate change..Read more

Packs out soon for Maori option
The Electoral Commission is going all out this year to get word out about the Maori electoral option, where Maori voters get the chance to say whether they want to be on the Maori or the general electoral roll for the next two elections..Read more

Jones heartened by provincial support
Regional Economic Development Minister Shane Jones says he's heartened by the support from mayors and people in the provinces for his criticism of Air New Zealand..Read more

Free Green questions not for cheap political shots
Greens leader James Shaw hopes National won't take cheap shots with the questions he has given it..Read more

New Government gets Ihumatao challenge
A group protesting Fletchers Residential’s planned 480 home development at Ihumatao hopes its third appearance before a United Nations committee will get some action..Read more

Polyfest shows off best of culture
Polyfest 2018 has ended for another year with 10,000 Auckland secondary school students performing their hearts out and upwards of 100,000 people turning out the the Manukau Sports Bowl over the four days to watch them..Read more

Whānau Ora Symposium 2018 brings the Waka together in Marlborough
The annual Whānau Ora Symposium, hosted by Te Putahitanga o Te Waipounamu is being held for the first time in Te Tau Ihu..Read more

Ngati Rangi backs DOC's mahi
The chief negotiator for Ruapehu iwi Ngati Rangi wants to see changes to the way the Department of Conservation is funded..Read more petition organiser Renae Maihi on Paakiwaha
Over 60,000 people have signed a petition calling for the Prime Minister to strip Sir Bob Jones of his knighthood..Read more

Huhana Lyndon, Te Putake o te Riri on Paakiwaha
Divided memories create divided people. Justice is founded on shared understandings of the past. Te Pūtake o te Riri seeks to foster not uniformity, but critical awareness and mutual recognition..Read more

Nuku ki te Puku spokesperson Wayne Mulligan on Paakiwaha
A group of Māori Entrepreneurs have collaborated with scientists, investors, marketers and horticulturalists to establish a new venture, NUKU ki te PukuTM, focusing on the development of innovative nutrition solutions supported by health claims for the world..Read more

GM - Te Hiku Media, Peter Lucas Jones on Paakiwaha
Broadcasting Minister Clare Curran has been slammed for convening a commission on the future of public media funding that doesn’t include any Maori..Read more

Te Tai Tonga MP, Rino Tirikatene on Paakiwaha
The people of Wharekauri- Rekohu yesterday laid to rest the last officer of 28 Maori Battalion, Alfred Buntry Preece, who died on Friday aged 96..Read more

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

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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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