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130926 E Mara E Pānui - 26 September 2013

 
 
 
   
 
 

Te Rūnanga-Ā-Iwi-O-Ngāpuhi AGM 2013 @Saturday 19 October, 9.30am (Whakamaharatanga Marae, Waimamaku)

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Latest Stories

Ngawha Marae: Te Whakaohonga Ake @12 October 2013 and Three more weeks to go until the Local Body Elections...
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Funding Stories

Ngāpuhi Baseball Player Represents...
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Village steeped in past

The visitor's centre at Rewa's Village in Kerikeri re-opens on October 2 under the management of Ngati Rehia - with a new vision.
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Māori activist steals show

A Māori activist turned mayoral candidate stole the show at a candidates's meeting in Kerikeri.
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The Govt to look at social housing reform for state home ownership

The Govt is looking at a major package of social housing reform that could see community groups take ownership of state housing.
 
 
 

Māori business optimistic, survey shows

A survey of Māori businesses suggests most are optimistic they won't suffer a revenue dip in the next year.

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Future Māori leaders take stage in Ngā Manu Kōrero

A judge for Nga Whakataetae Manu Kōrero, Jarred Boon, says the national speech competition is a platform for future Māori leaders.
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Traditional ancient Māori burials gaining ground

A Parihaka family is on a mission to bring back the tikanga and Māori tradition surrounding death and burials.
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Māori Council seizes warden warranting control

Delays in the issuing of warrants to Māori Wardens have prompted the Māori Council o take over the job from Te Puni Kokiri.
 
 
 

Te Arawa says mining consultation a token gesture

Bay of Plenty iwi Te Arawa says iwi consultation to open mining tenders in the region seems like a token gesture because Māori sacred sites weren't removed from the zone.
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