Tuia Te Ako 2013 – Introducing our Keynote Speakers
Tuia Te Ako 2013 is honoured to feature three highly-respected keynote speakers. Here we introduce you to the topics they will address at next month’s hui in Otaki. TUIA TE AKO 2013 Introducing the hui keynote presenters [sws_frames ...Continue Reading...
Tuhoe set to become more independent
(RadioNZ) The Prime Minister says New Zealanders have nothing to fear from Tuhoe becoming more independent of the Government over the next few decades. The tribe has agreed to settle its historical grievances with the Crown in return for $170 million of compensation, an apology and more control ...Continue Reading...
Update on teacher’s claim of police brutality
Update from Corina Tairua Good Morning, I just wanted to UPDATE everyone… Maori teacher shares her story of police brutality +photos The knowledge of my assault had reach an audience of over 10,000 people. It aired on Maori Television last night on Te Kaea. I have a radio interview on ...Continue Reading...
New Zealand Thriller haka flash mob planned for Auckland (+video)
(Waatea News) The Michael Jackson meets kapa haka moves from the closing sequence of the movie Boy will be reproduced on Sunday at what’s being called New Zealand Thriller haka flash mob. Dolina Wehipeihana from Atamira Dance Company says it’s now part of the company’s repertoire, and is being ...Continue Reading...
Tuhoe Settlement signed
A ceremony marking the next step in finalising a compensation settlement between North Island iwi and the Crown has taken place in Parliament today. Leaders of the tribe have initialed a settlement deed that will see Tuhoe receive $170 million in redress and co-governance rights over the ...Continue Reading...
Maori teacher shares her story of police brutality +photos
TangataWhenua.com was asked to share this story as few other mainstream media outlets felt it was “newsworthy” enough. What follows is provided verbatium, nothing has been edited or changed. Remember whanau if at all possible WHENEVER dealing with police, if you have the ability to ...Continue Reading...
How to Feed a Family of 6 for under $20 Facebook page helps families around NZ
Rotorua Daily Post – By Kristin Macfarlane, firstname.lastname@example.org Jasmine McPhee knows first-hand what it means to live in hardship. Click here to visit their Facebook page At the height of her struggles, the former Rotorua woman, who now lives in South Auckland with her ...Continue Reading...
Passionate kaiwhakahaere wanted – Te Paepae Ataata
We are looking for someone to support the mahi of Te Paepae Ataata. This is a part-time role and we are looking for someone super-motivated, who is seriously passionate about film. A person who understands how to network, build community, how to develop and maintain meaningful relationships – a ...Continue Reading...
Flavazum health and fitness whanau supporting new whanau into IRONMAORI 2013
Tena koe e nga rangatira. Ko Leanne White-Haverkamp toku ingoa, He uri au no nga hau e wha, ahakoa tera kua tipu ake ai au i takiwa nei. Ko au tetahi o nga kaiwhakahaere o te roopu Flavazum Health & Fitness Rotorua. Ko Erin Thompson Pou tetahi atu kaiwhakahaere. Together Erin and I have a ...Continue Reading...
‘Transforming lives – one whanau at a time’ – Te Arawa Whanau Ora officially launches in Rotorua (+links)
ROTORUA LAUNCH FOR TE ARAWA WHANAU ORA COLLECTIVE A whanau-friendly support service that helps families transform their lives is being officially launched in Rotorua this week (beginning 4 March 2013). Te Arawa Whanau Ora Collective – located at the Korowai Aroha Health Centre on Hinemoa Street ...Continue Reading...
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