Sunday February 25, 2018   Last updated 05:15AM

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Battlers for equity win kudos
Aged care worker Kristine Bartlett has been named New Zealander of the Year for leading the fight for gender pay equality..Read more

Kupe fest celebrated in haka
Wellington’s waterfront will this evening resound to a thousand-strong haka and a 250 member choir welcoming in a fleet of traditional ocean-going canoes..Read more

Claimants sidelined as CPTPP push on
Wai 262 claimants have expressed frustration at way they have been ignored in the push to secure the Comprehensive Progressive Trans Pacific Partnership trade deal..Read more

Iwi take lead in reo projects
Tairawhiti iwi are preparing to invest in te reo Maori revitalisation..Read more

Community takes action on unemployment
Employment Minister Willie Jackson says Maori providers are taking a lead in trying to get young Maori off the couch..Read more

Food and mosquito nets priority for Tonga recovery
Last minute donations, including one from Ngati Whatua Orakei, are helping to fill seven containers with relief supplies for Tonga..Read more

Revamp for archives board
Former lawyer and broadcaster Te Raumawhitu Kupenga and producer Whetu Fala have been appointed to the board of Nga Taonga Sound & Vision..Read more

Weightless network hooks Maori farmers to Internet of Things
Maori farmers in the Manawatu have gone weightless..Read more

Waikato Tainui teams up with ITOs
Waikato-Tainui has signed an agreement with 11 of the country's top Industry Training Organisations to work together to find career opportunities of its people..Read more

Funding boost for RoboPa learning
Te Whare Wananga o Awanuiarangi has won a boost in funding for its RoboPa initiative to support the growth of computational thinking among Maori students..Read more

Climate and people speeding kauri threat spread
An export on kauri die back disease says it’s critical a rahui be enforced if the remaining kauri in the Waitakere Rangers are to have any chance of survival..Read more

Referendums forced on Maori seats
Palmerston North City Council will hold a referendum on its plan to create Maori wards, after the required 5 percent of eligible voters signed a petition calling for the poll..Read more

Special Sea Eagles strip for Otautahi game
Ngai Tahu has commissioned a special strip to be worn by the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles when they take on the Vodafone Warriors in Christchurch on June 9..Read more

Rāhui i ngā pae maunga ō Waitākere
Hei tā tētahi mātanga taiao, a Nick Waipara, he mea nui kia whakamana rāhui te Kaunihera o Tāmaki, puta noa i ngā pae maunga o Waitakere, otirā, te Wao nui a Tiriwā, kia pai ai te whawhai atu ki te mate kauri..Read more

Keeping Maori at school education priority
Lifting achievement for Maori students has been made a priority in the Government’s three-year education work programme released today by Education Minister Chris Hipkins..Read more

Loss of kainga leads to homelessness
A hapu’s experience of land loss has been used to highlight some of the issues around today’s crisis of homelessness..Read more

Northland port could get infrastructure fund boost
Getting a rail link to Northport is a priority for a $1 billion a year fund aimed at boosting regional infrastructure..Read more

Prison best home on offer
There’s a warning of prisons becoming society's response to increased homelessness..Read more

Windfall for Maori law research
Maori legal scholar Moana Jackson has been given a chance to update his ground-breaking research into Maori and the criminal justice system.Read more

War stories sought for legal action
An Auckland lawyer wants to hear from veterans affected by Agent Orange and other conditions that could be related to their service.Read more

New body for health primary care
There's a new body bringing together primary health care providers and representative agencies..Read more

National's homeless response defended
National’s Maori development spokesperson Nuk Korako says National had its response to homelessness well in hand at the time it left Government..Read more

Ward vote alienating Maori
Former New Plymouth mayor Andrew Judd says the gun is loaded against ever getting Maori wards on councils..Read more

Tume returns to head Ngai Tahu commercial arm
Experienced company director Mark Tume from Ngati Maru and Ngati Tuwharetoa has been appointed chair of Ngai Tahu Holdings Corporation..Read more

Council changes track on kauri rahui
Auckland Council is set to make a recommendation for the Waitakere Ranges to be closed to the public in a bid to counter the spread of kauri die back..Read more

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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.
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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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