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Billie Tait-Jones a treasure for Wellington
A big loss for Maori in Whanganui a Tara with the death of Wellington City Council cultural advisor Billie Tait-Jones from Tuhoe and Te Arawa..Read more

Mallard likely to be firm speaker
The new parliament has been sworn in and MPs have elected Trevor Mallard as speaker..Read more

Time for Maori Party to stop preaching to choir
Maori Party co-leader Marama Fox says it’s time to stop preaching to the converted and reach out to a wider range of Maori..Read more

MP Jones celebrates mood of change
MPs have been sworn in this morning in preparation for the official opening of parliament tomorrow when Governor General Dame Patsy Reddy will read the speech from the throne setting out the Government's agenda..Read more

Maori voice needed before TPPA action
A leading critic of the Trans Pacific Partnership says the new Government should hold open hearings so the public can understand the implications of the multi-country agreement..Read more

Opportunity to recruit more Maori police
The nation’s top Maori cop says extra police should be drawn from under-represented communities here rather than by recruitment from overseas..Read more

Accolades due for efforts in te reo
The Maori Language Commission Te Taura Whiri i Te Reo Maori has chosen 23 finalists from a record 100 nominations for this year’s national Maori language awards..Read more

League pushes for wide state care inquiry
Maori Women’s Welfare League president Prue Kapua says the new Government needs to consult widely on the terms of reference for an inquiry into the historic abuse of children in state care, rather than leave it to the bureaucrats..Read more

Australians cool on offer of hope for Manus refugees
Labour's deputy leader Kelvin Davis says common humanity demands a resolution to the refugee crisis on Manus Island.Read more

Incremental changes likely to Maori land law
The Maori Land Service could go ahead, but it will look different to the one planned by former Maori development minister Te Ururoa Flavell..Read more

New Maori TV CEO looks to engage younger Maori
Understanding the audience is the priority for the new chief executive of Maori Television..Read more

Maori Party look to the future
The Maori Party has put off changing its leadership until an annual meeting in the new year..Read more

Jobs focus for regional role
Pointing rangatahi to the sort of jobs that may emerge in future is the role of the Bay of Plenty’s first Kaihautu Ohanga Maori or Maori economic development navigator..Read more

Brutal buildings in port plan
Ngati Whatua Orakei is describing the Ports of Auckland masterplan as a series of vanity projects that are an attempt to outflank the new Government..Read more

Maori Party ponders future
The Maori Party meets on Sunday to consider what it did wrong at the election and plot how it can regain its place in parliamentary politics..Read more

Waitangi organisers planning for PM Ardern
Organisers of next year’s Waitangi Day commemorations in the Bay of Islands are looking forward to the Prime Minister taking part..Read more

Korako leads National Maori attack
Christchurch-based list MP Nuk Korako has been put up by National to counter Labour’s strong Maori drive..Read more

East Coast growers keen to go legal
Cannabis growers on the East Coast are looking at what they need to do to not miss out if the crop becomes legal for medicinal or recreational purposes..Read more

Sweet future for beekeeping inmates
The future might be sweet for a group of prisoners at Auckland Women’s Jail..Read more

Port stunt an insult to Auckland
Central Auckland iwi Ngati Whatua Orakei say the Ports of Auckland draft masterplan released yesterday is a clumsy attempt to out-flank the incoming government and undermine the Mayor..Read more

Pukehinahina story inspires art and music
Artist Tracy Tawhiao says working with singer Ria Hall has given her a chance to delve into the history they both share as Ngai Te Rangi..Read more

Whanau Pakari a fat-busting winner
Liggins Institute researchers have given the thumbs up to a Taranaki healthy lifestyle programme for kids and teens with weight issues..Read more

Driver licensing part of prison fix
The head of the Howard League for Penal Reform wants the new Government to pick up a Maori Party initiative to get young people licensed to drive..Read more

More Maori win Marsden grants
Whangai, the Young Maori Party and the first systematic study of Maori rock art are among the projects to be funded in the latest Marsden funding round..Read more

Control mentality blocking prison reform
A leading justice reform campaigner says the Corrections Department is a major barrier to reducing the prison population..Read more

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Nieuwe Stroom, is set to open its doors on Saturday 18 November 2017. Translating to mean 'The New Stream' in both Maori and Dutch, Te Awahou Nieuwe Stroom originated from the aspirations of two Trusts representing local Iwi and the national Dutch community. Later, Horowhenua District Council purchased the building and joined in partnership with the Trusts.
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Moana Jackson Lawyer
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Wairangi Koopu Ex Pro Rugby League Player
New Zealand is out of the Rugby League World Cup after 4-2 loss to Fiji
Marewa Glover Director Auckland Tobacco Control Research Centre
New figures from the Ministry of Health show dramatic falls in both Maori males and young people in the last year.
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A blow to democracy
JOHN TAMIHERE : Deputy Prime Minister Winston Peters and the New Zealand public has every right to find out who used private information for political purposes and benefits
Ardern Government rings in new values and cultural change
JOHN TAMIHERE: Around the world new governments’ assert their mana as a new administration in their first 100 days in office. But unlike President Trump’s first 100 days where nothing happened, the Labour-led coalition is changing the culture of government as much as its substance, very quickly and very early.
Based on media reporting of League violence, we don't like Pacific Islanders much do we?
MARTYN 'BOMBER' BRADBURY: Since when did we dislike Pacific Islanders so much? I don't know about you, but this weird myopic media focus on Pacific Island 'violence' after the League games currently playing up and down the country seems bewilderingly racist and vicious doesn't it?
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