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AlterNative is announcing a general call for papers to be published in 2010. Call for Papers: General Edition, Vol. 6, 2010 AlterNative is announcing a general...

28 Sep 2009 9:13 a.m. 1XX Radio Staff and management at Te Wharekura o Ruatoki have a busy two weeks ahead after a major fire at...

Moves are afoot to combat likely future staffing shortages at universities, caused by academic staff retiring. Universities say it is an urgent problem. Planning is now...

The National Maori Doctoral Student Conference 2009 will be held Oct 8-11 2009 at Puketeraki Marae of Kati Huirapa Ranaka ki Puketeraki, in Karitane,...

Mount Albert Primary School principal Enosa Auva’a will research ethnic minority leadership in American schools at the University of Hawai‘i next year,...

The Te Hokioi was described as a huge black-and-white predator with a red crest and yellow-green tinged wingtips, in an account given to Sir...

SAVE OUR NIGHT CLASSES The government cut funding for night classes and by 2010 this 100 year tradition will be gone! Join...

One of this region’s top young leaders, Areti Metuamate, is off to Canberra to complete a masters degree in the area of international politics,...

Up to forty (40) te reo Māori audio phrases and words can now be downloaded to mobile phones. Associate Minister of Māori Affairs Georgina te Heuheu this morning launched Maori Television’s Māori language application for mobile phones. m.Māori is a Māori Language Week initiative embracing new technologies to disseminate and promote te reo Maori to as wide an audience as possible.