Mauri Hauora Walk Talk 5 by Olly Ohlson
Some of the students, online as well as in Home study groups take a while to get used to thinking differently about the material they receive as it is based on wananga language meaning that it is metaphysical i.e. literally on another level to the physical language used in everyday life. ...Continue Reading...
Vote Donna Semmens for Te Mana O Ngati Rangitihi Trust
Kia ora Ngati Rangitihi whanau,I have accepted a nomination to stand for a trustee on Te Mana O Ngati Rangitihi Trust. Four (4) of the existing seven (7) Trustees must retire by rotation. These four Trustees can still stand for re-election. They are Merepeka Raukawa-Tait, Graham Pryor, Cathy ...Continue Reading...
The Strength of being Maori by Missmaorigal
Ok, so first of all, I had every intention of starting off by writing about all the wonderful things I’ve learnt in the past month or so. But due to certain recent events, I have something I feel needs to be said. Im scared people, scared and angry for the future generations. When an ...Continue Reading...
Maori find it hard starting a business
(by DEENA COSTER) Nothing beats hard work and it also rings true for Maori looking to set up their own business. It is something Waitara’s John Tipene considers to be the secret to his own success. With experience setting up businesses both in Wellington and Taranaki, his most recent ...Continue Reading...
Opinion: Maori Party needed as National’s coalition partner
Kia ora koutou I have been following quite a few political polls recently with an eye to the general election in September. A recent poll has predicted that the Maori Party faces the real possibility of exiting Parliament at the next election. This should be of concern to everyone who cares ...Continue Reading...
2014 Green Agriculture Innovation Awards (GAIA) NZ
These events showcase practical ways to profitably grow quality food while taking care of the environment. With rising concerns around water quality, it’s fantastic see the range of positive solutions showcased by the GAIAward winners. Come and find out how they do it!! Tickets to the ...Continue Reading...
Green Party launches key election priority, rivers clean enough for swimming
The Green Party has announced today that its number one environmental priority for this election is making our rivers clean enough to swim in again and keeping our beaches safe from oil spills. The Green Party will make a series of announcements over the course of the election campaign in which ...Continue Reading...
Te Awa Tupuna – Voices from the River
Te Awa Tupua – Voices from the River, the new documentary from Paora Joseph, the director of the revelatory Tatarakihi: The Children of Parihaka (2012), tells the story of his own iwi and their long struggle to regain guardianship over their ancestral taonga, the Whanganui River. The ...Continue Reading...
Maori IT leaders meet in Tamaki Makaurau, Weds 9th July @ Skycity
The Maori IT Meetup, NetHui 2014 Wednesday 9th July 2014 Skycity Convention Centre, Auckland Tena koe e te tuakana, Tena koutou katoa The Meet IT Meetup is an annual gathering of Maori leaders, whanau, workers, practitioners, entrepreneurs and business owners interested in learning, sharing and ...Continue Reading...
Teina Pora gagged for LIFE
(By Stuff.co.nz, EUGENE BINGHAM and PAULA PENFOLD) This story comes with a warning: there are authorities who would much rather we were not writing this, let alone have you read it. It traverses areas they believe threaten “the maintenance of the law” in this country. It concerns a ...Continue Reading...
- Mauri Hauora Walk Talk 5 by Olly Ohlson
- Vote Donna Semmens for Te Mana O Ngati Rangitihi Trust
- Maori find it hard starting a business
- Opinion: Maori Party needed as National’s coalition partner
- 2014 Green Agriculture Innovation Awards (GAIA) NZ
- Green Party launches key election priority, rivers clean enough for swimming