Constitutional Review report now complete, but what does it mean for Maori? +report
The Constitutional Advisory Panel has just released their report on New Zealand’s constitution. If you already knew that we actually have a constitution then consider yourself an exception to the rule. For those of you who didn’t know, you’d be forgiven considering we are only ...Continue Reading...
Tatarakihi: The Children of Parihaka wins big in Bali
Congratulations to the team behind New Zealand film Tatarakihi: The Children of Parihaka, which has won the Special Recognition Award at the 2013 Balinale Film Festival. Tatarakihi: The Children of Parihaka is a documentary from Documentary Edge award-winning producer/director Paora Joseph and ...Continue Reading...
Anti Treaty campaigner jailed 24 years for arson and holding sex slave for 22 years
(Stuff.co.nz) Northland farmer, anti-Treaty of Waitangi campaigner and Far North mayoral candidate Allan Titford has been jailed for 24 years on sex and violence charges. Found guilty on 39 charges but protected by name suppression until today, he was sentenced in High Court in Whangarei. ...Continue Reading...
Maori TV takes on Te Kohanga Reo (on Monday at 8.30pm)
To read about the lifting of a court injunction allowing Maori TV to air it’s expose on alleged financial mismanagement at the National Kohanga Reo Trust click here To read background info on this story click here To read the Defamation Letter, TangataWhenua.com received for publishing a ...Continue Reading...
Rotorua elects youngest District Councillor AND she’s #Maori
Rotorua election results for the District Council have just been published and it’s been confirmed that not only does the city have a new mayor (with Steve Chadwick trouncing former mayor KeVINE Winters) but it now also has the youngest District Councillor with 21 year old Tania Tapsell ...Continue Reading...
Parihaka film off to France (+video)
TATARAKIHI – THE CHILDREN OF PARIHAKA tells the journey undertaken by children who are the survivors of Parihaka. The children retrace the steps of their Parihaka ancestors who in the late 1800s were forcibly removed from their peaceful village in Taranaki and incarcerated for indefinite ...Continue Reading...
Crash investigator claims stoned-car-driver ad stigmatises Maori +video
(NZ Herald) By Steve Deane A television advertisement which targets Maori fathers who drive stoned with their children in the car has been slammed for negatively stereotyping and stigmatising Maori. Steve Elers, who worked as a police crash investigator in Western Australia and is at AUT ...Continue Reading...
Rotorua designer goes global with new online shop #NZFW
Emerging trend-setter and designer, Adrienne Whitewood, is officially launching her first online store today at AdrienneWhitewood.com. The launch coincides with her runway show for Miromoda at New Zealand Fashion Week (NZFW) taking place today at 1.00pm. This is the 3rd NZFW for Whitewood who ...Continue Reading...
Series of earthquakes hit Bay of Plenty overnight #Rotorua #eqnz
(sunlive.co.nz) It was a sleepless night for some Bay of Plenty residents who were woken by a succession of earthquakes that shook the region. GeoNet reports four earthquakes struck Rotorua between 12.30am and 2am today. The first 2.4 magnitude quake struck within 5km of Rotorua measuring 8km ...Continue Reading...
#Anonymous challenges NZ govt decision to spy on its citizens #opKiwiFreedom #GCSB #TICS
The government will now have the right to read your emails, your text messages, both your digital AND and analogue communication. Only last week Anonymous took down the GCSB website using a Denial of Service attack (DoS). Prior to the law being passed NZ was only allowed to spy on non-citizens, ...Continue Reading...
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