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    Māori 'hate' DoC- select committee hears

    Māori hate the Department of Conservation, MPs on the Māori affairs select committee were told this morning by former Conservation Minister Poto Williams.

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    Don't expect gold-plated Cyclone Gabrielle roading fixes- Davis

    Te Tai Tokerau MP Kelvin Davis says Northlanders should not expect gold-plated fixes for the region's Cyclone Gabrielle-ravaged roads.

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    Pūhoro Academy launches in Northland

    A university academy promoting young Māori into science celebrated its launch into Northland.

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    Framework for reo Māori teaching in mainstream schools launched

    Equity and excellence, barrier-free access to Māori language, culture and identity for all students is a step closer with today’s launch of Poutama Reo, the improvement journey for te reo Māori in

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    Oranga Tamariki community-led partnership launched in Kaitāia

    Iwi will take on a more prominent role within the child welfare sector under Te Atatū - Oranga Tamariki's first community-led partnership strategy with four community groups, collectively known as

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    Te Pāti Māori slams Kelvin Davis' stance on compulsory Te Reo Māori

    Despite new research that suggests New Zealand is ready for compulsory te reo Māori in schools, Associate Education Minister Kelvin Davis is doubling down, saying the country is not ready.

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    Matariki: A new holiday is born with its own emblem

    New Zealand's new public holiday gained its own tohu today, aimed at "symbolising how Matariki weaves New Zealanders together as people, interconnected through our past, present and future," Associ

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    Māori overrepresentation in prison climbs, minister concedes 'failure'

    Proportion of Māori in prison is on the rise.

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    Puna Reo establish national body for kaupapa Māori early years education

    Te Puna Reo o Ngā Kākāno listen to Peeni Henare's Matariki pūrākau to celebrate the Māori new year in 2018.  Photo / File

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