Maori Consortium take leadership role in rural broadband
TangataWhenua.com have been told that a group of Mori have partnered with Opto Networks to submit a proposal to extend high speed broadband to rural communities through the Rural Broadband Initiative (RBI). Antony Royal, spokesman for the Torotoro Waea Partnership described the bid as an ...Continue Reading...
Calling all IT geeks and tech-savvy people! Kiwi PyCon 2010 is on THIS WEEKEND
New Zealand Python User Group Incorporated 16 November 2010 Calling all IT geeks and tech-savvy people! Kiwi PyCon 2010, New Zealand’s conference dedicated to the Python programming language, is on this weekend at the Copthorne Hotel in Waitangi. With a great lineup of speakers from Weta ...Continue Reading...
Aotearoa New Zealand at the World Summit Award 2010-2011 – Maori need to apply!
The global World Summit Awards recognise innovative applications that showcase digital content. The deadline for NZ submissions has been extended to 30 November. World Summit Awards NZ submission extension Due to a change in the international timetable for the Awards, the submission deadline ...Continue Reading...
Protecting the heavens and earth, a korero on the Digital Spectrum
Nga Rangituhaha: By Mokeha Williams A few years ago while attending Te Reo classes at Waikato Institute of Technology; I was a nervous expectant Te Reo student about to enter Te Kura Puaotanga or Year 2 Diploma in Te Reo Rangatira. To say I was nervous was an understatement. The reason why I ...Continue Reading...
Digital Futures – Submission on planning for Digital TV and Maori
Digital Futures: A Submission from Potaua Biasiny-Tule, TangataWhenua.com It is recorded in my history that our Beginning moved through a series of stages, phases and evolutions that drew Te Kore, Te Po and Te Ao Marama, primordial entities that represent our very essence of being. From each ...Continue Reading...
Online Maori health data makes trends visiable | Waatea News
The centre for public health research at Massey University is working with the Eru Pomare Centre at Otago Univerity and the Maori directorate of the Ministry of Health to make regional and historical data readily available to health workers, researchers and the public. Associate professor Barry ...Continue Reading...
National Maori ICT Hui, 18 – 20 Oct 2010
In a fast changing world, the challenge for whanau is to keep pace with the rush of technology, for Maori businesses to understand and integrate evolving systems and for Maori across the country to remain consciously connected and ready to meet the challenges of this modern era, all the way ...Continue Reading...
RaukawaFM relaunches website!
RaukawaFM founded in 1990 by Emare Nikora, has always been cutting edge and over the years has built up a large and loyal following of dedicated listeners. With the launch of their new website, which went live on Wednesday 15 October 2010, they’ve cemented their position once again as a leaders ...Continue Reading...
Koncarve.com Website Launched – Contemporary Carvers Wanted
We just came across a mean as Maori owned and operated website. Koncarve.com wants to offer a unique website and use eCommerce as a way to market and promote artists and their work while providing a vehicle where they can sell their work online. Koncarve hopes to offer more online services as ...Continue Reading...
Iwi taonga digital database hui
Sunday 17 October Wellington, venue tbc 9.00am – 5.30pm Free Calls for expressions of interest in participation National Services Te Paerangi in partnership with Te Reo o Taranaki invite you to join us at this iwi taonga/digital database hui. This hui will be of interest to those who are ...Continue Reading...
- 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
- Treasure Rotorua campaign aims for Koutu to be ‘as safe as houses’
- Romiromi Health Clinic this March at Kuirau Marae, Rotorua
- BIG BREAK: our search for the writer of New Zealand’s next great movie