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Wellington plane lasered on takeoff Wellington plane lasered on takeoff

A domestic flight carrying passengers out of Wellington…

Some 3000 homes without power Some 3000 homes without power

Around 3,000 Auckland homes are without power tonight…

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Govt to start negotiations with Ngapuhi
Govt to start negotiations with Ngapuhi

The Government has signed formal terms of negotiations to begin formal negotiations with Ngapuhi.

Tainui child's mummified remains to be returned to NZ
Tainui child's mummified remains to be returned to NZ

The mummified remains of a Tainui child are returning home from Austria, 100 years after being taken from their burial cave…

Dita De Boni: Let's give dispossessed a chance to dream
Dita De Boni: Let's give dispossessed a chance to dream

After some confusion about Whanau Ora, Dita De Boni visited a provider to better understand the initiative.

Tariana Turia on Families Commission
Tariana Turia on Families Commission

Former Maori Party co-leader Dame Tariana Turia has been appointed to the Families Commission board.

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More Kiwis gain degrees
More Kiwis gain degrees

More Kiwis have formal qualifications, according to new census figures released today.

Tariana Turia: We just need to believe

When I was a child I had what might be described as a typical Maori upbringing. We didn't have much but we always had plenty…

Maori statues surface at NY auction

The two pieces, described as 'Maori Gable Ornaments', are expected to fetch more than $40,000 when they go under the hammer…

Erima Henare: A true storyteller

Amid all the reminders that will flow over the next few days of the extraordinarily diverse range of accomplishments that…

Ngati Hine leader Erima Henare has died
Ngati Hine leader Erima Henare has died

Celebrated Ngati Hine leader and te reo Maori advocate Erima Henare has died.

Editorial: Whanau Ora needs much more work

The Auditor-General, Lyn Provost, took no pleasure in issuing a disturbing report on the Whanau Ora scheme this week.

'Priceless' Maori portraits head to Europe gallery

A collection of historic and "priceless" Maori portraits have left New Zealand for the first time in more than 100 years…

Whanau Ora spending slammed in report

Millions of dollars allocated to help vulnerable families could have been spent on people rather than administration, the…

Preschool uptake nears Govt target

The Education Minister has welcomed an increase in Maori and Pasifika children participating in early childhood education…

Tama Potaka: Kaupapa Maori as relevant as profit for tribal bodies
Tama Potaka: Kaupapa Maori as relevant as profit for tribal bodies

Public reporting on large tribal and Maori corporate bodies has increased over the past decade.

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