Teke Talk Poet Profiles
Dayle Takitimu Dayle is a genetic hybrid- on her mother’s side from the Bounty Mutineer Fletcher Christian and the Tahitian vahine porutu Mauatua (known as Maimiti) and on her father’s side , the east coast iwi, Te Whanau a Apanui, Ngati Porou and Te Aitanga a Mahaki. She is a daydreamer, a ...Continue Reading...
Leadership programmes for Maori in 2014
In March 2014 Digital Indigenous.com (Tania Hodges & Grant Berghan) will be facilitating two Leadership Programmes for Maori: Leadership Programme for Maori in Public Health – Nga Manukura o Apopo – Clinical Leadership Programme for Maori Nurses and Midwives All programmes comprise ...Continue Reading...
Free Rotorua inner city parking receiving a positive response
Free parking for up to two hours in Rotorua’s inner city is now a reality, however some parkers still do not quite believe their luck. The P120 zones in the Heart of the City are part of the Rotorua District Council’s (RDC) Park Rotorua programme. Longer-term metered and unlimited-time parking ...Continue Reading...
Maori in ICT continue to grow
“It has been a challenging year for Maori whanau in the ICT industry but we are seeing some real gains” said Mr Rei Sciascia, chair of the Digital Maori Forum (DMF) and passionate advocate for businesses and communities who utilise information and communication technology. ...Continue Reading...
Chris McKenzie to run for Te Tai Hauauru
“He’s smart beyond his years, gets both our young and old people, loves our people and really wants to make a difference for them.” That’s the endorsement Tariana Turia has given for Chris McKenzie who was today announced as the Maori Party candidate to run for the Tai Hauauru seat in next ...Continue Reading...
Maori women say traditional values are the key to combatting violence
Te Wharepora Hou Maori women’s group calls on Maori across the country to commit to removing family violence by returning to traditional values and practices. The violence experienced in our home and whanau is a direct outcome of colonisation which has removed whanau from the tikanga that ...Continue Reading...
Excellent Response for Second National Conference on Biological Farming
An excellent response has been received by the conference organisers of the second national conference on biological farming systems, which will be held on 20-21 February 2014 in Rydges Hotel Rotorua. Already more than 100 farmers, Maori land owners, soil and environmental scientists, land ...Continue Reading...
Maori to receive no 4G spectrum
(NZMIS) Communications and Information Technology Minister Amy Adams has today announced that the Government intends to auction the remaining 2×5 MHz block of 700 MHz radio spectrum. Telecom and Vodafone each successfully bid for 2×15 MHz (three lots), while 2degrees successfully bid for 2×10 ...Continue Reading...
- Funding available for Maori housing initiatives
- Waikato Tainui Tertiary Grants & Scholarships 2014
- Protest Planned Over Mandatory Vaccine Requirement in New York
- Special Memorial for Nelson Mandela – Rugby Park Hamilton 8.30pm this Sunday
- Hone Harawira to attend tangihanga of Nelson Mandela
- Opening of the Ki-o-Rahi Akotanga Iho Field, Waitangi – Tariana Turia