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The Game, aka Jayceon Terrell Taylor, came to Rotorua tonight, the show was held at Rotorua's Sportsdrome. It was an interesting start to the...

Tu Ake fuse elements, ideas & concepts inspired by traditional Maori art-forms with the fashion trends of today to capture the uniqueness of Aotearoa...

Tariana Turia is calling on Maori and Pasifika youth to take up the opportunities that will be created by the Government's $152 million investment in young people during the economic downturn. "The Maori saying 'ma mahi, ka ora' means 'by work we prosper' and this is exactly what the Government is trying to achieve in what has to be a very significant effort in the history of this country to tackle rising youth unemployment," Mrs Turia, who is the minister responsible for Maori and Pacific peoples unemployment, said.