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...
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...
Lazy Commerce Commission & Teleco Minister Fails Kiwi Consumer
Despite the euphoric Commerce Commission press release highlighting short term value for consumers, the Commission has failed the longer term interests of kiwi consumers by failing to follow through on the 2006 Mobile Market review, and failing to analyse the imbalances of the 2014 mobile ...Continue Reading...
Te Ohu Kaimoana presents “Connecting Iwi and Energising Business”
Te Ohu Kaimoana, the Maori Fisheries Trust, is proud to present this year’s Maori Fisheries Conference, “Connecting Iwi and Energising Business”. Collectively, Iwi quota ownership makes up a significant and influential proportion of New Zealand’s Seafood Industry, which contributes almost $1.6 ...Continue Reading...
New York Business Conference gets on the Kaupapa
A distinctively Maori approach to business & operations management will be showcased at a high-powered international conference in New York on Monday. Te Wananga o Raukawa Pou Whakahaere, Oriwia Raureti will attend the 20th Annual International Deming Research Seminar to present her paper ...Continue Reading...
Rotorua consultation on the proposed Maori Language Strategy, Tues 11 Feb 6pm
Consultation hui on the proposed new Maori Language Strategy will take place between 10 – 21 February 2014, announced Maori Affairs Minister, Dr. Pita Sharples. Dr. Sharples said “Te Reo Maori is unique to us in Aotearoa. It’s the indigenous language of this place, and in the lead up to ...Continue Reading...
Piripoho, beautiful Maori clothing for tamariki
Nau mai piki mai ki te toa ipurangi o Piripoho. Ko Ngongotaha me Mauao nga maunga Ko Te Rotorua nui a Kahu me Tauranga nga moana Ko Te Arawa me Mataatua nga waka Ko Ngati Whakaue me Ngaiterangi nga iwi Ko Ng?ti Tunohopu me Te Whanau a Tauwhao nga marae Ko Te Papaiouru me Rangiwaea […]Continue Reading...
Mana Movement Media Release: Government response to Tonga crisis weak and embarrassing
Mana is highly critical of the New Zealand government’s response to the devastation in Tonga caused by Cyclone Ian. Tonga is our closest Pacific neighbour but the government’s initial $50,000 contribution was frankly an embarrassment. The Tongan community in New Zealand has contributed ...Continue Reading...
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...
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