Saturday November 25, 2017   Last updated 22:45PM

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Eviction looms for Glen Innes kuia
Supporters of Glen Innes woman Niki Rauti are gathering at her Taniwha St home to block the latest attempt by Tamaki Regeneration to evict her..Read more

Te Puea refines homeless project
Mangere’s Te Puea Marae has signed agreements with other social agencies as it attempts to develop new ways to tackle the needs of homeless Maori and Pasifika whanau..Read more

Marae step up for Waikato clean-up
The Waikato River Authority has boosted the amount it will spend this year from $6 million to $7.3 million because of the quality of projects that are coming in from the community..Read more

Taitokerau Forests' final profit whets appetites for repeat
Northland Maori landowners want another round of forests, but they don't want to repeat the mistakes of the past..Read more

Merger beefs up farm training in south
Agriculture training body Taratahi says the transfer of the Telford polytechnic near Balclutha creates the opportunity for it to become a national provider of quality primary sector education at the sub-degree level..Read more

Wananga looks at NZ Wars legacy
Te Whare Wananga o Awanuiarangi and Te Runanga o Ngati Awa have teamed up to present a symposium on the wars between Maori and colonial troops, and how they affect lives today..Read more

Young activists seek climate change voice
A group of young Maori and Pasifika climate change activists is raising funds to get the first indigenous youth delegation from Aotearoa to a major United Nations conference in Germany next month..Read more

Henare shows wool handling class
The spring shearing season has started, and that gives Maori in the industry a chance to shine in competitions..Read more

Election choice still a toss up
Labour Party deputy leader Kelvin Davis believes the shape of the next Government could emerge in the next 48 hours ... but he still doesn't know which way New Zealand First leader Winston Peters will jump..Read more

Tuhoe raid stigma remains 10 years on
It's 10 years on Sunday since the Tuhoe raids, and Tame Iti still has unfinished business..Read more

Labour considers lessons of Tuhoe raids
Labour's deputy leader Kelvin Davis says the police should be more ready to consult iwi liaison officers when dealing with Maori issues..Read more

Confidence blooms for kapa haka inside
Kapa haka is providing a lifeline for wahine in Christchurch Women’s Prison..Read more

Travel fellowship for Blank bias research
Writer and child advocate Anton Blank has won a Winston Churchill Fellowship to further his research into unconscious bias..Read more

Maori caucus opts for co-leaders
Labour's 13-member Maori caucus has chosen Ikaroa Rawhiti Meka Whaitiri and newly-elected list MP Willie Jackson as its co-chairs..Read more

Wahine Maori strengthen Dowse collection
Lower Hutt’s Dowse Art Museum has decided it needs to strengthen its collection of work by women and Maori artists..Read more

Tuwharetoa buys hole in one
Tuwharetoa Maori Trust Board’s commercial arm has increased its stake in the tourism sector by buying the Lake Taupo Hole in One Challenge..Read more

Maori Party reviews future
The Maori Party is postponing its normal post-election annual general meeting so it can hold a hui taumata..Read more

Maniapoto CEO's decade of achievement
Maniapoto Maori Trust Board is looking for a new chief executive..Read more

Iwi show commitment to affordable housing
An Auckland Council review of the effectiveness of the special housing areas initiative in creating affordable housing has found the picture would look a lot worse without the involvement of Maori..Read more

Iron Maori founder an inspiration for wahine
Heather Te Au-Skipworth, the co-founder and CEO of IronMaori, the world’s only annual indigenous half-Ironman triathlon, has been named the winner of the sports category in this year’s Next magazine Woman of the Year Awards..Read more

McGarvey a master of both Maori and English translations
Te Ao Maori is mourning the loss of one of the most influential translators of te reo Maori..Read more

Emotions run high at Passchendaele services
It’s been an emotionally draining day around Yrpes in Belgium where New Zealand has been remembering its contribution in blood and sorrow in the Battle of Passchendaele 100 years ago..Read more

Maihi mahi gets international exposure
In a possible first for any New Zealand filmmaker, writer, director and producer Renae Maihi has three films screening on the international film festival circuit, two of them in te reo Maori..Read more

Land trustees charged with fraud
The Serious Fraud Office has charged two trustees of one of the country’s northernmost land blocs with looting more than a million dollars..Read more

Waikato Tainui ups hotel investment
Tainui Group Holdings is set to add 40 rooms to its Novotel Tainui Hamilton hotel..Read more

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Te Puea Marae Chairman Hurimoana Dennis
Hurimoana Dennis was found Not Guilty for kidnapping.
Dr Leonie Pihama Associate Professor
Te Kotahi Research Institute (TKRI) has taken out the New Zealand Research in Education's (NZARE) Group Award for a second time after receiving the award previously in 2015.
Te Ao Pritchard Pacific Panthers Organiser
Breakfast Host: Dale Husband
Dr Alex Macmillan Advisor to the Royal Society Report
Health professionals from around the country are meeting today in Wellington, to talk about how the NZ health sector can respond to the challenges of climate change for health and healthcare services.
Tamaki Makaurau MP Peeni Henare
Breakfast Host: Dale Husband
Jacinta Ruru Professor MAI Doctoral Conference
The 2017 MAI Doctoral Conference hosted by MAI ki Massey in Palmerston North, was held last week from 16 -18 November and Co-Director Jacinta Ruru commented just how powerful and empowering this gathering of Maori and Indigenous doctoral students is; "This is such an important annual opportunity to bring together incredible postgraduate students from around the motu to spend time together supporting and inspiring one another.
1 Ngahiwi Apanui | Nga tohu reo Maori 2017
Kei Te Whanganui a Tara tenei kaupapa tuu ai ki Te Papa Tongarewa. Apopo tatou mohio ai ko wai ka hua ko wai ka tohu
2 Kevin Prime | Te ngangara kino e whakamate ana i wa taatou rakau Maori
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Keystone pipeline spills 5000 barrels of oil & company caught hiring mercenaries
MARTYN 'BOMBER' BRADBURY: 4 days ago the Keystone pipeline leaked 795 000 litres of oil causing a shut down and testing for groundwater contamination. Indigenous peoples, farmers and environmentalists all warned the Keystone Pipeline had the risk of leaks, the company downplayed any such concerns.
No justice in our league
JOHN TAMIHERE: West Auckland has been a nursery for rugby league and in fact has more rugby league clubs representing Glenora, Te Atatu, Waitemata, Blockhouse Bay, New Lynn, Bay Roskill and Pt Chevalier - than rugby.
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
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