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130620 E Mara E Pānui - 20 June 2013


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Runanga Contributing to Northland's Economy and Kerikeri High Celebrates Maori Students Achievements


Deadline for constitutional review submissions extended

The Constitutional Advisory Panel has extended the deadline to the end of July for people to make submissions on a constitutional review.


Maori Land Act review very healthy - accountant

A Maori land owner and chartered accountant is praising the Ture Whenua Maori Land Act review panel for opening up healthy discussions with shareholders about Maori-owned land.


Bank offering careers for Maori

The BNZ is extending its Maori cadetship programme across the country.


Landowners grapple with complexity of running papakainga

A Māori housing advocate says its inevitable iwi and land trusts will be drawn into social housing, so they need to be well prepared.


Hands-on training

Budding young farmer Stella Kake is getting hands-on experience as part of a new educational initiative in Northland.



No room for complacency in asthma care

Māori are being told to speak up if they don’t think they are getting proper treatment for asthma.


Researcher to teach traditional Maori astronomy

A Victoria University astrophysicist is examining how ancient Maori astronomy can be utilised by modern Maori.



Wairoa Stream Cobham Road Planting Day, Kerikeri @23 June

Starting from 10am.  Parking is available at the Old Community Hall site.  Please bring  a spade, strong shoes/boots and water.  In case of rain planting will be postponed until Sunday 30 June.  The planting day will have Karakia and Waiata, a sausage sizzle, music and a coffee cart.  Please register with Rod Brown summerhouse@xtra.co.nz 

Accord signed with iwi on spending

The Ministries of Social Development, Education and Justice are among agencies that have signed commitments with Te Rarawa, Te Aupouri and Ngai Takoto at Parliament on Wednesday.


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