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121101 E Mara E Pānui - 1 November 2012


Ngapuhi leader: Tuku Morgan plan amateurish

 

A Ngapuhi leader has described as "amateurish" a plan by Tuku Morgan intended to unlock the stalled Treaty negotiations process.

 

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Instilling hope in our tamariki

 

How do we instil a sense of hope for the future in our kids? This was the biggest question to confront us at our hui, and it is a question that I pose to our community here.’

 

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Company loses bid to bottle Northland water

 

Maori cultural values are among reasons why an Auckland company has lost its bid to take thousands of cubic metres of water a day from Poroti Springs, near Whangarei.

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Bald Angels for Hospice @Sunday 11 Nov, 4-6pm (The Plaza, Kerikeri)

 

Raising money to support kids in Hospice Care in the Mid-North.  Register as an angel, get as many sponsors as you can and then join Cafe Cinema in the Plaza on 11 Nov to get your head shaved with the other brave Bald Angels.  All money raised will go to Hospice Mid-Northland.  For more information emailbaldangels@gmail.com or visit www.facebook.com/BaldAngelsKerikeri

 

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Te Wai Maori Trust - Wai Ora Fund @Applications close 4pm, Fri 12 December

 

Te Wai Maori Trust is proud to announce that it has re-established funding to iwi and hapu via  the “Wai ora” contestable fund.  It opened on 26 October. This is to enable iwi, hapu and whanau groups who are carrying out their own programmes to manage, protect and advance their freshwater fisheries to obtain funding, and develop expertise through development, research and education. Te Wai Maori Trust was established to advance Māori interests in freshwater fisheries, and views the Wai ora fund as integral to achieving this.

 

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Suicide rise concern for chief coroner

 

A 2012 rise in suspected suicides in Northland has the country's chief coroner urging people to seek help if they, a family member or loved one needs it.

 

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Help Kassius Get Mobile’ Fundraiser @10 November, starting 1pm (Birkdale Intermediate School, North Shore, Auckland)

 

The alcohol & drug free event will feature Sir T, Sweet and Irie, Franktik and many more.  Entry for adults (17yrs+) is $10, children 5-16yrs a gold coin and under 5s are free.  All proceeds will go towards purchasing a mobility van for  3yr old Kassius Hepi who has Pillister Killian Syndrome, a rare genetic disorder.  For more information about the fundraiser contact Jane Erueti on 021 034 5697.

 

Senior Policy Manager Maori Education Vacancy @closes 2 Nov

 

The Ministry of Education is looking for a Senior Manager that has strength in leading, shaping and managing effective policy and strategies that contribute to the education success of Maori learners.

 

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Journalist with focus on good news mourned

 

A senior Maori journalist is being remembered for his natural flair and unique Ngapuhi style of telling a good yarn.

 

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Maori asked to shoulder burden of climate costs

 

The chair of the Federation of Maori Authorities says Māori are being asked to shoulder a disproportionate share of the cost of climate change.

 

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Maori surge across the Tasman

 

Brisbane now has the fourth largest concentration of Maori in the world, according to a Victoria University researcher.

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FOMA Conference & AGM @2-4 Nov

 

The Federation of Maori Authorities AGM and Conference is to be hosted in Tuwharetoa (Taupo) this year.

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Urban Maori taking to the land

 

Iwi have rights which have now been acknowledged, so why don't I farm with them and start that by getting scholarships going."

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Hong Kong lures Kiwi teachers with $100,000 offer

 

Hong Kong is trying to lure Kiwi teachers with offers of up to $100,000 a year for teaching English.

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