An Iwi trust and a polytech say they’ve come up with a novel idea to tackle the shortage of skilled tradespeople and get more young Māori into mahi, by giving them real world experience, building in their rohe.
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Wholesome whānau kai an award-winning recipe for Māori businesswoman
A vision to deliver quality kai using whānau recipes has seen Reni Wereta-Gargiulo recognised at the Māori Businesswoman Awards.
'I'll show you why I'm the best in the world'- Kara-France on UFC golden opportunity
The energy continues to build toward Kai Kara-France’s date with destiny this Sunday.
Television pioneer Derek Wooster mourned
Veteran television producer Derek Kōtuku Totorewa Wooster (Ngāti Maniapoto, Ngāti Tūwharetoa, Ngāti Maru, Te Ātiawa) has died aged 77.
Charity sees Taranaki man taking on Iron Man
A Taranaki man is set to take on a big challenge, after conquering his battle with obesity. Dinnie Moeahu is raising money for the Little Fighters Trust by competing in an Iron Man competition next year.
Corey Niwa wins Shuriken in MMA debut
Corey Niwa of Te Ātiawa and Taranaki has taken out his first Shuriken title in his MMA debut.
Naked photo upsets Taranaki iwi members
A picture of glamour model, Jaylene Cook, posing naked atop of Mount Taranaki has been causing a stir on social media. Traditionally known as Taranaki Te Mounga Tapu, the "cheeky" snap has caused offence with iwi leaders and members.
Te Atiawa place names officially recognised
The New Zealand Geographic board has announced a revision of place names in North Taranaki. Six locations in Te Atiawa will now be recognised by their Māori place names. A seventh location has been given a Māori title.
Māori Chancellor keen to expand Māori economy
The first ever Māori Chancellor of Te Kunenga ki Pūrehuroa is keen to expand the potential in the Māori economy. Michael Ahie (Taranaki, Ngā Ruahine, Ngāti Ruanui) believes the university, with its expertise in the agri-food and business sectors, is well placed to empower Māori through education.
Iwi groups disappointed Govt cancels final settlement readings
Three iwi groups are angry and upset that the third reading of their Historical Treaty Settlement Bills will not go ahead at Parliament this week. Ngāruahine, Te Atiawa and Taranaki iwi believe they have been stonewalled by the actions of NZ First, who refused to attend the passing of the bills this Friday.