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Doctor's 'devastating' drug addiction Doctor's 'devastating' drug addiction

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Treasures returned to Tuhoe Treasures returned to Tuhoe

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Alan Duff: Why the Maori Party won this sceptic over
Alan Duff: Why the Maori Party won this sceptic over

My good friend and fellow columnist Bob Jones last month called the cry for compulsory te reo a waste of money and time…

Maori King's son back before court
Maori King's son back before court

The son of the Maori King will be back before the court next week.

The bad boy who would be king
The bad boy who would be king

Can Korotangi Paki be rehabilitated and one day become a good king?

Council execs work with stunning views
Council execs work with stunning views

More and more Auckland Council executives and staff are moving into central city offices with million dollar harbour views…

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Rare Maori figure in auction
Rare Maori figure in auction

A rare Maori statue is being sold at auction in France, and is expected to fetch up to $3.1 million.

Battle over body could return to courtroom

Dana Kinita The battle for the body of James Takamore may be heading back to court after a planned exhumation in the Eastern…

Devoy rejects call for resignation

Race Relations Commissioner Dame Susan Devoy has rejected Act leader Jamie Whyte’s call for her resignation saying there…

RadioLive host in charter school bid

An organisation headed by broadcaster and former politician Willie Jackson is in negotiations to open a charter school.

Act candidate quits over speech 'stunt'
Act candidate quits over speech 'stunt'

An ACT party candidate and board member has reportedly resigned over his leader's speech on race, which…

Staying true to simple roots

"I honestly don't know what it is," says Te Ururoa Flavell, setting a glass jar of curious white gunk down on his kitchen…

Act leader caught short again

Act leader Jamie Whyte's been caught short once again - this time clueless about Whanau Ora.

Bob Jones: Forcing te reo on children is a waste

Periodically we're subject to collective hysterias, led by the media in unison with relevant bureaucrats, single-issue lobbyists…

John Roughan: Whyte lacking a Maori viewpoint

When Dame Susan Devoy was appointed Race Relations Commissioner last year, the intelligentsia sniffed at the choice of a…

Whyte lobs resignation call at Devoy
Whyte lobs resignation call at Devoy

Act's leader says Race Relations Commissioner Dame Susan Devoy should quit over her criticism of his…

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