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  •   Home > News >  Subscribe to NZCity's Maori articles  Maori
    Joe Hawke is being remembered as a great Maori leader
     23 May 2022
    Joe Hawke is being remembered as a great Maori leader
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    The National Maori Authority Chair is fighting off negative backlash from the Government's latest budget
    20 May: The National Maori Authority Chair is fighting off negative backlash from the Government's latest budget... more
    The Maori Affairs Committee's pausing oral submissions scheduled for Friday ... over the hotly-contested bill pushing for Maori seats in Rotorua
    4 May: The Maori Affairs Committee's pausing oral submissions scheduled for Friday ... over the hotly-contested bill pushing for Maori seats in Rotorua... more
    National has taken a big leap in the latest Newshub poll, jumping 9.2 points to 40.5 percent, while Labour is down 6.1 points to 38.2
    3 May: National has taken a big leap in the latest Newshub poll, jumping 9.2 points to 40.5 percent, while Labour is down 6.1 points to 38.2... more
    Another report's highlighted Maori mental health patients being confined on their own in seclusion more than others
    2 May: Another report's highlighted Maori mental health patients being confined on their own in seclusion more than others... more
    A push to officially restore mana to the original name of Whakatipu Waimaori
    28 Apr: A push to officially restore mana to the original name of Whakatipu Waimaori... more
    Details are still being fleshed out of the Maori All Blacks element of the Ireland rugby tour to New Zealand in July
    26 Apr: Details are still being fleshed out of the Maori All Blacks element of the Ireland rugby tour to New Zealand in July... more
    The National Party says the government needs to get its priorities right
    24 Apr: The National Party says the government needs to get its priorities right... more
    A Bay of Plenty man who recorded a violent tirade towards Maori has been convicted under hate speech laws...in a prosecution believed to be only the second of its kind
    22 Apr: A Bay of Plenty man who recorded a violent tirade towards Maori has been convicted under hate speech laws...in a prosecution believed to be only the second of its kind... more
    Respected Maori leader Ta Mark Solomon has been appointed Oranga Tamariki Ministerial Advisory Board chair, replacing Matthew Tukaki
    19 Apr: Respected Maori leader Ta Mark Solomon has been appointed Oranga Tamariki Ministerial Advisory Board chair, replacing Matthew Tukaki... more

     Most Popular Recent Maori News
     04 May: The Maori Affairs Committee's pausing oral submissions scheduled for Friday ... over the hotly-contested bill pushing for Maori seats in Rotorua +++++++++++
     02 May: Another report's highlighted Maori mental health patients being confined on their own in seclusion more than others +++++++
     03 May: National has taken a big leap in the latest Newshub poll, jumping 9.2 points to 40.5 percent, while Labour is down 6.1 points to 38.2 +++++
     26 Apr: Details are still being fleshed out of the Maori All Blacks element of the Ireland rugby tour to New Zealand in July +++++
     28 Apr: A push to officially restore mana to the original name of Whakatipu Waimaori +++++
     20 May: The National Maori Authority Chair is fighting off negative backlash from the Government's latest budget +++++
     23 May: Joe Hawke is being remembered as a great Maori leader ++++

     Maori NewsLinks
      20 May: Rātana constitution says whānau will decide next tumuaki (NZ Herald)
      17 May: 'pageants are uplifting, not demeaning' māori beauty queens defend criticism (NZ Herald)
      17 May: Ireland to play maori all blacks (RadioNZ)
      11 May: Astronomical events coincide with first matariki public holiday (NZ Herald)
      9 May: Prince harry launches global campaign inspired by kaitiakitanga (NZ Herald)
      4 May: Te pāti māori could decide next election - poll (NZ Herald)
      30 Apr: Lockdown created 'forced rehab' for wellington methamphetamine addicts, addictions counsellor says (NZ Herald)
      23 Apr: Mouri stone laid at shelly bay as part of healing process (NZ Herald)
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