Funding available for Maori housing initiatives
Associate Minister of Housing Tariana Turia today announced the opening of a new infrastructure grant fund for developing Maori land as well as changes to an existing proposal development programme to better support Maori housing initiatives. “Both programmes are designed to enable the ...Continue Reading...
Protest Planned Over Mandatory Vaccine Requirement in New York
“There are risks associated with every medical procedure,” he said, citing allergic reactions, toxic mercury used as a preservative and questions as to whether the Board’s move is legal given state government jurisdictions. Mr. Gilmore’s organization is helping organize tomorrow’s protest. And ...Continue Reading...
Special Memorial for Nelson Mandela – Rugby Park Hamilton 8.30pm this Sunday
The time and place are very significant because it was events on 25 July 1981 on the field at Rugby Park Hamilton which brought such joy and jubilation to Nelson Mandela who by that time had spent 17 years in prison on Robben Island. As we all now know when Mandela heard that this Springboks [...]Continue Reading...
Hone Harawira to attend tangihanga of Nelson Mandela
Despite his exclusion from the official delegation, Hone Harawira, MANA Leader and MP for Te Tai Tokerau will today depart for South Africa to attend the tangi of Nelson Mandela. “I’m going there to pay my respects on behalf of the anti-tour movement of 1981 in particular, and all those ...Continue Reading...
Opening of the Ki-o-Rahi Akotanga Iho Field, Waitangi – Tariana Turia
I want to particularly acknowledge the Chief Executive of the Waitangi National Trust, Greg McManus, Hon John Carter, Mayor of the Far North District Council, the irrepressible Harko Brown and the ever inspiring Verbina Kopa and Rana Paraha Today on this very special Waitangi site, is a ...Continue Reading...
Maori Party applauds release of child poverty and hardship measures
Maori Party Co-leader and the deputy chair of the Ministerial Committee on Poverty, Tariana Turia has applauded the brave partnership that has produced the Child Poverty Monitor. “The Children’s Commissioner, Otago University’s Child and Youth Epidemiology Service and JR McKenzie Trust have ...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...
Teke Talk brings wahine voices, spoken word and poetry to Rotorua
“Psalms of the Revolution” is a unique forum, created in 2012 as a means for Writers, Poets and Speakers to engage with and reflect the realities of this generation. Poetry and Spoken Word were the mediums chosen to express Emancipation Kaupapa. This year’s event, “TEKE TALK: Psalms of the ...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...
- 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