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Māori Health Authority needs pākehā counterpart- Rahui Papa
Papa has been selected as part of the Steering Group to select candidates for the Maori Health Authority.
Will Koroneihana go ahead next week?
Anniversary celebration in doubt.
Waikato-Tainui unhappy with Auckland's plea for more water
Waikato-Tainui says Auckland Council should be talking to it - not a select committee - about taking water from the Waikato River.
"Ugly orange concrete blocks" taken from Ihumātao- Pania Newton
On day 182 of Fletcher Building moving in to Ihumātao Pania Newton woke up to see them removing their fences and barricades. Newton told Te Ao Māori News that Fletcher Building had advised her in advance of the upcoming changes.
Ngāti Maniapoto reopens historic "house fit for a king"
Ngāti Maniapoto has reopened its king's house, Te Ranga-a-Haurua, located at Te Kūiti Pā in the King Country, for King Tuheitia Pōtatau Te Wherowhero VII.
King Tuheitia to open new wharekai at Waipapa Marae
Ngāti Hikairo in Kawhia have opened their kāuta ahead of the formal opening for their new wharekai by Kīngi Tuheitia on March 12 at the marae's annual Poukai.
Top Māori experts meet govt to develop education initiatives
A group of twelve Māori experts are meeting with government today to help develop two new Māori education initiatives- Te Ahu o te reo Māori and Te Kawa Matakura.
Reviving Māoridom's diminishing orators
Waikato - Tainui is taking Māori language revitalisation into their own hands, implementing the final stage of a seven-part te reo strategy called Te Pae Kākā in the hopes of replenishing a diminishing pool of orators on marae throughout the region.
Rahui Papa in high spirits
The Māori Party’s Hauraki-Waikato candidate, Rahui Papa, has represented his marae in the Waikato-Tainui tribal parliament since its inception in 1999.