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Thames' past and future in sculpture
A sculpture representing the past, present and future of Thames has gone up at the southern entrance to the town by the Kauaeranga River Bridge..Read more

Fraser gets second chance at Walters Prize
Ngai Tahu artist Jacqueline Fraser has made the shortlist for the Walters Prize for the second time..Read more

Kiriona pick for Maori Television Board
Maori language consultant and broadcaster Kingi Kiriona from Ngati Ruanui, Ngati Kahungunu, and Ngati Apa has been appointed to the board of Maori Television..Read more

Defence Force boost dental health
A Defence Force team has given a boost to dental health in Taneatua..Read more

Raukawa campus for Tamaki Makaurau
Otaki-based Te Wananga o Raukawa is preparing to open a campus in south Auckland..Read more

Raukura Waikato money manager pleads to fraud
A fraud spree which brought down a popular Waikato iwi social services agency had its conclusion in Hamilton District Court today..Read more

Pressure goes on after dolphin deaths
The Government is speeding up work aimed at protecting Hector's dolphins after five were killed in commercial set net north of Banks Peninsula..Read more

Whatua has place in America's Cup plan
Auckland mayor Phil Goff says mana whenua will be brought in for more consultation on the proposed America's Cup bases once the picture becomes clearer..Read more

Round five of spectrum generation battle
Round five of spectrum generation battle.Read more

Major gallery show for clay artist Wi Taepa
Senior Maori clay artist Wi Taepa is to get a major retrospective at Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tamaki..Read more

NZ to show off kaitiakitanga at Dubai Expo 2020
Kaitiakitanga: guardians for people and a place to be is the theme for New Zealand's pavillion at Expo 2020 in Dubai, United Arab Emirates..Read more

Prophetic showcase for Alien Weaponry
Thrash metal trio Alien Weaponry will play its last New Zealand performance before their European tour tomorrow at Auckland's Spark Arena, supporting Prophets of Rage..Read more

Review planned of tobacco policy effectiveness
The Ministry of Health intends to look at whether tax-driven price rises on tobacco correlates with crime..Read more

Kmart ki te Whare Toatini a Ngāti Whakaue
Kua whakapuarehia e Ngāti Whakaue te wāhanga tuatoru o tana Whare Toatini, ā, ko tētahi o ngā toa tuatahi i roto i taua wāhanga ko Kmart..Read more

Rotorua iwi expands city footprint
Ngati Whakaue tribal trust Pukeroa-Oruawhata today opened the third stage of its Trade Central development in the heart of Rotorua, with Kmart as its anchor tenant..Read more

Māori team up with Crown to breed unique berries for global markets
A joint venture company has been created to breed and develop new unique berry varieties to be marketed exclusively by Māori-owned firm Miro Limited Partnership (Miro)..Read more

Ministry backs Miro
The Ministry of Social Development is backing a bid by a Maori-owned berry fruit company to build a Zespri-style global export berry fruit business..Read more

Boost for Bay of Islands infrastructure
The airport and wharves servicing the Bay of Islands are to be upgraded with almost $7 million from the New Zealand First-Labour coalition’s Provincial Growth Fund..Read more

Minginui native nursery win for community and climate
More than 80 jobs will be created in the small Bay of Plenty town of Minginui as the result of a Provincial Growth Fund injection into an iwi-owned native plant nursery..Read more

Ministry and Ngai Tahu partner to grow future leaders
The Ministry of Youth Development and Te Runanga o Ngai Tahu have extended their successful partnership for a further 18 months..Read more

Long wait for woolly win
Two former Dannevirke shearers booked up their first open class wins on the weekend after more than a decade of competition..Read more

Whakatipu rākau hou ki Minginui
Kei te whakapuaki kōrero te Minita Whakawhanake Rohe a Shane Jones mo te hāpori nohinohi o Minginui i te rā nei..Read more

Help needed for camp groper
A Maori sexual harm specialist says the 20-year-old man who allegedly groped teenagers at a Labour Youth summer camp needs help..Read more

Mana Wahine Claim takes attack on whakapapa
Twenty five years after the claim was first lodged, the Waitangi Tribunal has held a judicial conference whether Maori women have been marginalised by crown policies and actions..Read more

Huggies moves on bad baby name site
Multinational baby diaper maker Huggies has pulled an online list of Maori baby names after a complaint by a Maori digital activist..Read more

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Benita Tahuri from NRG Rising
A catchy, soulful tune (echoing the popular 1990's style of R&B) by Hamilton's female reggae trio NRG Rising, is to be released on March 16th, under the title 'Take Us High'.
Buddy Mikaere Ngai Te Hapu spokesman
A fundamental finding by the Environment Court that it had no power to require the wreck of the Rena to be removed off Astrolabe Reef will be challenged in an appeal to the High Court. Motiti Island's Ngai Te Hapu Incorporated and Papamoa-based Nga Potiki A Tamapahore Trust have filed the appeal, with the three-day High Court hearing expected to start on June 25.
Huhana Lyndon Piki Ake Development Limited
Kaikou Marae Te Orewai Ngai Tai Hui A Hapu 24 March 2018 11am Treaty Claims Update Our Treaty Settlement Options Te Orewai Te Horo Trust Updates Hapu Representative Reports General Business
Kate Camp Communications Manager Te Papa
A dramatic and emotionally-charged performance from Auckland artist collective Pacific Sisters welcomed Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern into the new art gallery at Te Papa known as Toi Art.
Kelvin Davis Te Tai Tokerau MP
Breakfast Host: Dale Husband
Marama Davidson Green Party MP
Breakfast Host: Dale Husband
3 Willie Te Aho | Mihini Petipeti Moni
I korero a Tumamao ki a Willie Te Aho e pa ana ki te ngangara e kai nei i nga whanau Maori, a, ko nga mihini petipeti moni.
2 Roihana Nuri | Nga take torangapu
I korero a Tumamao ki a Roihana Nuri e pa ana ki nga take torangapu mai i te hotaka Q and A i te ra nei.
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.
What went wrong at Fletcher
John Tamihere: It is extraordinarily important that when a major Kiwi company with the name of Fletcher runs into financial difficulties, we all take notice.
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