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    Wellington's Victoria University is proposing to change both its English and Maori names
     11 May 2018
    Wellington's Victoria University is proposing to change both its English and Maori names
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    Former police officer pleads guilty to raft of charges
    10 May 2018: A former police officer has pleaded guilty to a raft of charges over the theft of more than 630-thousand dollars from a Taranaki Maori trust he was in charge of... more
    Claims of racism and 'rough handling' of rheumatic fever patients in hospitals
    8 May 2018: Claims of racism and 'rough handling' of Maori and Pacific people with rheumatic fever in hospitals... more
    Waikato Regional Council has received its first ever oral submission ... in te reo Maori
    7 May 2018: Waikato Regional Council has received its first ever oral submission ... in te reo Maori... more
    More Auckland children developing type 2 diabetes
    4 May 2018: More Auckland children under the age of 15 are developing type 2 diabetes, with rates among Pacific and Maori children up to 18 times higher than for European children... more

     Most Popular Recent Maori News
     21 Mar: A Tuwharetoa Maori Trust Board staff member is the first person to test positive for Covid-19 in Taupo +++++++
     22 Mar: The Government has earmarked more than 56 million-dollars to support Maori communities and businesses feeling the economic impacts of the Covid-19 pandemic ++++
     25 Mar: New Zealand Police are helping all people living in New Zealand understand the level four COVID-19 alert ++++
     14 Mar: A person died today in the Mohaka River near Kotemaori in Hawke's Bay +++

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      22 Mar: Support announced for maori communities and businesses (
      17 Mar: Maori party welcome covid-19 support package (
      12 Mar: Coronavirus: no more hongi or handshakes - ngati kahungunu iwi urges traditional greeting to stop spread of covid-19 (NZ Herald)
      12 Mar: Recognising maori excellence with ngarimu scholarships (
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     Today's News

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    Rugby League:
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    Henry Golding has fostered a puppy on the advice of Olivia Munn 9:14

    As coronavirus sparks anti-Chinese racism, xenophobia rises in China itself 8:57

    Dame Julie Walters has "changed" since having cancer 8:44

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