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3D printed Maori-inspired iPhone cases a huge hit on Facebook (+video +photos)
It was always going to happen, and sooner rather then later. We dreamed of doing it once but of course were beaten to the punch so when we saw these pretty darn cool looking iPhone cases making...
- Posted 5 days ago
Why NZ needs to change it’s view of Maori & Chinese relations
(NZ Herald, by Mai Chen) I had a glimpse of the future last weekend at the Taniwha Dragon conference held by Maori Affairs Minister Pita Sharples, which linked the similarities between the Maori and Chinese cultures with...
- Posted 17 days ago
Ben Kingsley wears moko as half-Maori war hero
TW.com Eds: your thoughts e hoa ma? Feedback from Facebook is has been overwhelmingly positive, which is interesting, because in the past this has not been the case. Most feel that because it is Oscar-winning actor Ben...
- Posted 17 days ago
Whanau sends word that Labour MP Parekura Horomia has died
TW.com Eds: Nga mihi aroha whanau, as soon as we receive word as to tangihanga details we will be sure to post. Moe mai ra Matua Parekura. (NZ Herald) Labour MP Parekura Horomia has died, the NZ Herald...
- Posted 20 days ago
Flight against Cancer
Flight Against Cancer is an event organised by Chump Change Fitness in association with Wellington businesses. Join them for an evening of food and entertainment provided by Brannigan Kaa Toni Huata Ngahiwi Apanui Howard McGuire Elena The...
- Posted 47 days ago
Tuia Te Ako 2013 – Introducing our Keynote Speakers
Tuia Te Ako 2013 is honoured to feature three highly-respected keynote speakers. Here we introduce you to the topics they will address at next month’s hui in Otaki. TUIA TE AKO 2013 Introducing the hui keynote presenters...
- Posted 56 days ago
Tuhoe set to become more independent
(RadioNZ) The Prime Minister says New Zealanders have nothing to fear from Tuhoe becoming more independent of the Government over the next few decades. The tribe has agreed to settle its historical grievances with the Crown in return...
- Posted 59 days ago
Maori teacher shares her story of police brutality +photos
TangataWhenua.com was asked to share this story as few other mainstream media outlets felt it was “newsworthy” enough. What follows is provided verbatium, nothing has been edited or changed. Remember whanau if at all possible WHENEVER dealing with...
- Posted 60 days ago
‘Transforming lives – one whanau at a time’ – Te Arawa Whanau Ora officially launches in Rotorua (+links)
ROTORUA LAUNCH FOR TE ARAWA WHANAU ORA COLLECTIVE A whanau-friendly support service that helps families transform their lives is being officially launched in Rotorua this week (beginning 4 March 2013). Te Arawa Whanau Ora Collective – located...
- Posted 77 days ago
Tuia Te Ako 2013 – National Maori Tertiary Educators hui – Register Now
Emeritus Professor Sir Mason Durie, Pania Papa and Ani Mikaere lead the k?rero at the third Tuia Te Ako hui in April, aimed at enhancing future success for Maori in tertiary education
- Posted 80 days ago