Sunday December 17, 2017   Last updated 11:33AM

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$1bn assets helps hapu to achieve dreams
The value of Ngati Whatua Orakei’s settlement grew 16 percent in the past financial year, pushing the total value of the Auckland hapu’s assets to $1.09 billion..Read more

Young Catholics keen to increase Maori focus
Young catholics are looking at how they can better work with Maori..Read more

Ngati Whatua Orakei loses appeal on exclusivity
Hauraki iwi have welcomed a Court of Appeal decision rejecting Ngati Whatua Orakei's assertion of exclusive Treaty rights across central Auckland..Read more

Tuwharetoa rebuild takes next step
Tuwharetoa Settlement Trust has reinstituted education grants and is set to introduce a marae capital works grant as its financial health is restored..Read more

Rahui bid to save Waitakere kauri
An expert in kauri die-back says a rahui on the Waitakere Ranges is the right step to highlight threat the disease poses to the ngahere..Read more

Maori a priority in Kiwibuild
Housing Minister Phil Twyford would like to see the Kiwibuild policy deliver the kind of levels of Maori home ownership as Maori Affairs housing achieved in the past..Read more

Rāhui ki runga i te ngahere o Waitākere
Kua utaina atu e Te Kawerau a Maki he rāhui ki runga i te ngahere o Waitākere, mei kore e tūpono mā reira ka korehāhā te mate e patu ana i ngā kauri o te ngahere rā..Read more

Toko Renata Te Taniwha an inspirational leader
Pare Hauraki has lost a Taniwha..Read more

Iwi reject seismic testing
Iwi leaders are calling for a change to the Exclusive Economic Zone Act to block seismic testing in New Zealand waters..Read more

Whatua land buy creates opportunities for whanau
Ngati Whatua Orakei wll talk to hapu members about the best uses for bare land it is buying along the Kupe St ridge near Orakei Marae..Read more

Maori housing a priority in Twyford plan
Housing and Urban Development Minister Phil Twyford says Maori housing will be a major feature of the Government’s reshaping of the sector..Read more

Te Arawa health league celebrates sisterhood
A roopu that has helped Te Arawa whanau take control of their health for 80 years is to be celebrated today with the release of a book and exhibition..Read more

Ngati Whatua buys Kupe St block
Ngati Whatua Orakei is buying back state housing land near its marae it wasn’t able to secure through its treaty settlement..Read more

Asthma drug offers hope
Asthma researchers hope a new generation drug will help the fight against the condition..Read more

Toutouwai breed in new Taranaki home
Three pairs of toutouwai or North Island robins with chicks in their nests have been spotted on Mount Taranaki mounga after being extinct from the area for 112 years..Read more

Hoko whare a Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei
Kei te hoko a Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei i ngā whare kāwanatanga kaore i uru ki tāna whakataunga Tiriti o Waitangi..Read more

Iwi leaders navigate government relations
Iwi leaders are meeting in Wellington, with a big question mark around its relationships with the new Government..Read more

Legal barrier to seismic ban
Climate Change Minister James Shaw says the Government did not have the legal option to block the world’s largest seismic testing ship from exploring the South Taranaki Bight..Read more

Whakatohea to get customised boat and whanau trainees
Whakatohea to get customised boat and whanau trainees.Read more

Tobacco tax all stick and no carrot
A target without a plan..Read more

Exotic crops grow coast jobs
Landowners on the East Coast have heard there’s more they can do with their land than grow sheep or maize..Read more

Auahi Kore Aotearoa 2025
Kei reira te whainga kia auahi kore a Aotearoa hei te tau rua mano rua tekau mā rima, engari, kei hea te rautaki hei whakatutuki i taua whainga..Read more

SOUL takes Ihumatao protest to Newton
A group trying to stop development at Ihumatao is taking its protest into central Auckland next week..Read more

Culture encourages Maori rugby flair
A leading Maori sportswoman turned academic has confirmed cultural identity changes the way a team plays..Read more

Deepwater explorer comes up dry
Greenpeace says the departure of Anadarko from the country should be a signal for the new Government top pull the plug on oil exploration...Read more

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Chanelle Armstrong Northland Innovation Award Winner
Organisers of a business idea competition in Northland that culminated in the announcement of 10 winners from an initial pool of 147 entries and 22 finalists, predict the winning initiatives will boost Northland's rapidly growing reputation for entrepreneurial thinking and innovation.
Green Party MP Marama Davidson
Breakfast Host: Dale Husband
Topia Rameka CEO Tuwharetoa Maori Trust Board
Dale speaks to Topia Rameka about the Algae Bloom in Lake Taupo
Dougal Stott Kaiawhina Maori Enspiral Dev Academy
Introducing Dougal Stott, the new Kaiawhina Maori at Enspiral Dev Academy. Dougal was born and raised in Otautahi Christchurch and now lives in Kaitaia and is affiliated to Ngati Kahungunu, Ngati Tuwharetoa and Ngapuhi. He is on a mission to enable more Maori to share the benefits and opportunities of working in technology. With Dev Academy's 42 new Te Uru Rangi Maori scholarships on offer, Dougal's role is integral to supporting the learning of Maori students in web development.
Lance Norman CEO Hapai Te Hauora
Hapai Te Hauora supports the recommendations from a study into New Zealanders' attitudes towards banning smoking in cars carrying children.
Maori Party Founder Pita Sharples
Breakfast Host: Dale Husband
Quinton Hita Maori Film Producer
Quinton has been directing and and producing films and documentaries but where a non Maori production company could get funding of 1m dollars Maori companies will get less than half that amount in funding.
1 Henare Kingi | Te hekenga mai a Tuku Morgan i tona turanga
Ka whakapuakina mai e Henare Kingi oonaa whakaaro mo te rihainatanga a Tuku Morgan i toona tuuranga hei perehitini o te roopuu torangapu Maaori
And the Tamihere goes to ...
John Tamihere: It’s that time of the year where people are being chosen as New Zealander of the year ...
Māori Politics 2017 - wins and losses
MARTYN 'BOMBER' BRADBURY: 2017 was an explosive year for Māori politics and the election reshaped the political landscape in a dramatic fashion wiping out Māori Party and MANA Party aspirations while leaving the Labour Party with an enormous obligation to Māori voters.
Benefits of being employed
John Tamihere: When Regional Economic Development Minister Shane Jones placed his proposition on the table to get people to earn their dole money, there was an eerie silence, then the expected outcry. Why?
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