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(MLC) AI is a digital series dedicated to educating rangatahi about sexual health and having those ever important and sometimes awkward conversations about sex.
Jackson calls for 'fundamental mind-shift' on Treaty consultation
Despite pressure to meet international obligations and competing interests locally, the government maintains it will consult genuinely with Māori over plant rights.
Government to consult on rights to plants
Māori delegates at the Ngā Taonga Tuku Iho conference reacted with caution to the government’s announcement today that it plans to start public consultation on New Zealand’s plant variety rights law.
Māori intellectual property hui welcomed
Whakatū marae welcomed close to 200 Ngā Taonga Tuku Iho delegates at a pōwhiri in Nelson yesterday afternoon, opening a conference that's an important 'wellness' check on Māori intellectual, cultural and property rights.
Friday Night Is Whānau Night On Māori Television
Māori Television is taking viewers back to an era of light entertainment with WHĀNAU FACTOR, a new family game show premiering on Friday, October 18 at 8.00pm.
NZ Warriors want their own haka
The Warriors are being taught a haka of sorts by Donna and Anaru Grant of Te Arawa as a means to rouse and invigorate the team before each weekly NRL match. It's something for the fans to do to support the players, and will be done for the first time next week against the Roosters at Auckland's Eden Park.
The Factory musical
The first ever Pacific musical is being staged at the Auckland Arts Festival, which kicks off next week. It showcases some of NZ's rising stars with Taupunakohe Tocker performing under the musical direction of Tama Waipara.
Dame Anne Salmond- New Zealander of the Year
Acclaimed historian, Dame Anne Salmond was announced New Zealander of the Year at an awards ceremony last night in Auckland.