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    'Cost to Māori enormous'- forestry group fighting government anti-exotic move

    Māori forest owners and the government are still at loggerheads over climate change plans.

  2. News

    'Have a quiet Christmas'- Roskruge on Reserve Bank's inflation hammering

    Massey University associate dean Māori and economics professor Matt Roskruge (Te Atiawa, Ngāti Tama) says anyone in debt, with credit card payments, mortgages or loans, is going to find it more exp

  3. News

    Mortgages, rents the collateral damage as Reserve Bank attacks inflation head on

    The Reserve Bank Te Pūtea Matua guaranteed a miserable Christmas for mortgage holders today by lifting the official cash rate (OCR) higher in one go than ever before in a bid to smash inflation.

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    Under-fire Reserve Bank backs changes to boost Māori economy

    A controversial new Reserve Bank (Te Pūtea Matua) research report has found key areas where changes could improve Māori entities’ access to capital, starting with improving the ability to use whenu

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    No 'quick recovery' now borders are open again- economist

    The final Covid-19-related border restrictions have been lifted, allowing visitors and students worldwide to return to Aotearoa.

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    Cash rate raise no immediate fix for cost of living crisis

    The largest hike in the official cash rate for over 20 years won’t necessarily bring an immediate solution to the increasing cost of living crisis, one Māori economist says, but it is hoped it migh

  7. Video for Ukraine conflict to impact Sealord

    Ukraine conflict to impact Sealord

    National leader Chris Luxon says New Zealand should expel Russia's ambassador to New Zealand because of Russia's invasion of Ukraine.

  8. Video for Māori-designed luxurious blankets about to launch

    Māori-designed luxurious blankets about to launch

    Blankets hold great cultural significance in many indigenous cultures and are used as a gesture of gratitude, for trade, and a way to record important histories.

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    Equity and Economics; Equal footing for Coromandel rohe's development plans

    A collective of Māori landowners are creating a bespoke, sustainable community they think could serve as an example for Iwi across the motu.

  10. Video for Māori business: KONEI makes breakthrough into Australian market

    Māori business: KONEI makes breakthrough into Australian market

    International shipping holdups have made selling into Australia difficult over the past Covid-ridden year.

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