Sponsors sought for Rotorua Boys High School Under 15 Rugby Team
NEW ZEALAND UNDER 15 RUGBY TOURNAMENT – AUCKLAND Monday 1 September to Friday 6 September 2013 The Rotorua Boys’ High School Under 15 Elite Rugby Team will be competing in the New Zealand Secondary Schools Under 15 Rugby Tournament to be hosted by Mount Albert Grammar School in Auckland ...Continue Reading...
First Maori woman to be appointed toBoard of an NRL club
Maori Women Leading the Way (again!) says Te Ururoa Flavell Hot on the heels of the success of the Aotearoa Maori Women’s Sevens, has come the news of the first Maori woman to be appointed to the Board of an NRL club – the Vodafone Warriors rugby league club. “While the kumara doesn’t speak of [...]Continue Reading...
IRB Junior World Championship 2012 EXCLUSIVE to Maori TV
The IRB Junior World Championship kicks off in South Africa next month and Maori Television will be the place to watch. As the exclusive national broadcaster of the three-week tournament, Maori Television will screen 15 games, with all the New Zealand games live. Delayed games will be played ...Continue Reading...
Tony “Tank” Gordon dies
Former New Zealand rugby league coach Tony (Tank) Gordon has died in Rotorua after a long illness. Gordon, a convert to league from rugby union at which he was blockbusting wing three-quarter and fullback for King Country, played for and coached Bay of Plenty and the Kiwis in the 1980s. ...Continue Reading...
Taonga of Taranaki Rugby to be presented to Puke Ariki Museum
Taranaki Tribal Rugby will be commemorated as part of the Taranaki Rugby Football Union exhibition commemorating 125 years of Taranaki Rugby from 27 August – 13 November 2011 at Puke Ariki Museum in New Plymouth. This exhibition has been planned to coincide with the region hosting RWC2011 ...Continue Reading...
Two iwi declare truce to save World Cup haka
(The Independent – (UK) by Kathy Marks) The prospect of New Zealand’s All Blacks having to compete at a Rugby World Cup on home turf without the help of their traditional haka, or war dance, was even more awful than the dance itself. Click here to watch Ngati Toa performing their ...Continue Reading...
- WIPCE Fundraiser Hangi, Porirua, Sunday 16th March
- MANA set to contest all Maori seats and more
- An Open Statement on the true impact of the non-funding of Nga Pae o te Maramatanga
- Remembering the 150th anniversary of the Battle of O-Rakau (+links)
- Parihaka leg-irons withdrawn after public outcry
- Kainga Tupu Maori Art Exhibition Opening, Melbourne, Friday 4th April, 7pm