Co-governance of the country’s water supplies appears to be back up for debate after new PM Chris Hipkins sent the government’s controversial three waters policy.
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Iwi leaders discuss combining fisheries assets for the future
Aquaculture opportunities discussed in iwi leaders' hui.
Iwi leaders come together to combine fisheries assets & potential opportunities
Iwi leaders from Waiariki meet to discuss fisheries assets
Iwi leaders concerned about recent breaches of Covid-19 border control
Government told to front up and provide confidence in its border controls.
What could a post-pandemic Aotearoa look like?
A campaign has been launched by the Iwi Chairs Forum to gauge what a post-pandemic Aotearoa could look like.
Te Wharehuia Milroy- A life in service of Māoridom
'Whakahokia te reo mai i te mata o te pene, ki te mata o te arero,' (Bring the language back from the tip of the pen to the tip of the tongue) - Professor Te Wharehuia Milroy.
More support needed to increase Māori teacher numbers – Iwi leaders
Iwi leaders are underwhelmed at the government's $95mil announcement to curb the teacher shortage.
National Iwi Chairs Forum discusses council relations
A collective of iwi leaders have signed a formal agreement that will see greater Māori input in local government decisions on the first day of the National Iwi Chairs Forum in Waitangi. However, the move has already attracted opposition from others in the region.
Tuku Morgan fronts on his claims
Tukoroirangi Morgan is fronting up to answer questions over his harsh criticism of King Tuheitia.
Police look into allegations of Awanui Black and paedophile ring
Police are looking into the allegations of a paedophile ring in Tauranga and beyond. It comes after an emotional Facebook video post by Anihera Black, the former wife of Te Awanuiārangi Black, who claimed her husband and others had preyed on children.