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...
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...
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...
Te Huarahi Tika Trust 2013 Annual General Meeting, Taupo
Te Huarahi Tika Trust 2013 Annual General Meeting Notice is given that the Trustees of Te Huarahi Tika Trust are to hold an Annual General Meeting for the period to 31 March 2013 will be held on Saturday 30 November 2013. Venue: Millennium Hotel 243 Lake Terrace, Waipahihi, Taupo at 2pm An ...Continue Reading...
JT & Willie apologise for offence caused over #RoastBusters interview
(Stuff.co.nz) RadioLive host Willie Jackson has apologised for an interview with a friend of an alleged victim of the Roast Busters group that some saw as victim blaming and supporting rape culture. An 18-year-old woman, who called herself Amy, called the RadioLive show yesterday to talk to the ...Continue Reading...
London Fashion Week designer rips off Maori designs #LFW
TangataWhenua.com Eds: In the continuing war on Maori IP protection we came across the following article and OF COURSE they are at it again, but this time under the guise of “ottoman empire” inspired tribal fashion designs, which are in fact clearly a blatant rip off of Maori ...Continue Reading...
Charities to Become More Transparent
Minister of Commerce, and Minister for the Community and Voluntary Sector, have issued a news release outlining some changes to registered charities’ financial reporting. The changes mean charities with large expenditures will have to have their financial statements reviewed or audited. ...Continue Reading...
Ngati Whakaue Education Endowment Trust and Sudima Hotels offer unique training scholarship
Sudima Lake Rotorua and Ngati Whakaue Education Endowment Trust offers unique leadership training programme for Ngati Whakaue descendants. Sudima Lake Rotorua in conjunction with the Ngati Whakaue Education Endowment Trust are proud to announce a unique scholarship programme aimed at getting ...Continue Reading...
Mahi available for Te Arawa in Fishing Industry
Te Arawa Fisheries has a great programme to help you get into fishing. You will: do three months’ paid work beginning Oct 2013 be packing, unloading and stacking fish in Tauranga work up to 40-60 hours per week get a free ride from Rotorua to Tauranga daily return be dependable & hard ...Continue Reading...
- Opening of the Ki-o-Rahi Akotanga Iho Field, Waitangi – Tariana Turia
- Maori Party applauds release of child poverty and hardship measures
- Free Rotorua inner city parking receiving a positive response
- Teke Talk brings wahine voices, spoken word and poetry to Rotorua
- Maori in ICT continue to grow
- Chris McKenzie to run for Te Tai Hauauru