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    Taniwha research project gets big fund boost

    A study celebrating Māori experiences and perspectives using the narratives of the taniwha has been given a financial boost in the latest Marsden funding round.

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    University staff go on strike nationwide, want pay up to equal cost of living surge

    Staff from all of the country's eight universities will go on strike tomorrow, with Te Hautū Kahurangi | Tertiary Education Union members wanting an 8% pay increase to equal the rising cost of livi

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    Hawaiians welcome stolen ancestral remains after a century

    Earlier this month, representatives of the Office of Hawaiian Affairs, Hui Mālama i nā Kūpuna o Hawai'i nei, ventured to Germany and Austria after what has taken three decades of work to r

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    Māori Futures Symposium aims to harness ancestral wisdom

    The conference which explores how knowledge from the past can be harnessed to transform the future for Māori got underway Saturday in Christchurch.

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    Non-Māori speakers are picking up a surprising amount of te reo Māori- Researchers

    New Zealanders who have never tried to learn te reo Māori are picking up a lot of words through regular exposure.

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    Rangatiratanga at the core of new Canterbury University courses

    Canterbury University is about to launch two new courses on how to create government. Associate Professor Te Maire Tau (Ngāi Tahu) explains more.

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    Student loan cap increase a welcome relief to Māori med students

    The Government has lifted the lifetime cap on the student loan. One medical student Kera Sherwood-O'Regan says the option allows for more Māori enter the profession and balance out the numbers.

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    Academics claim Pākehā bicultural interactions with Māori are destructive

    Academics claim while Pākehā bicultural interactions with Māori can be seen to strengthen the culture, it's potentially destroying and destructive.

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    Robots and racism: People bias towards darker robots

    People have similar automatic biases towards darker-coloured robots as they do toward people with darker skin colour.

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    Māori students split on 'Ardern Effect'

    Māori students attending the annual Māori Students Conference, known as Te Huinga Tauira o Te Mana Ākonga are preparing themselves for Election Day, with some being affected by the 'Jacinda Ardern' effect.

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