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    Scholarship launched to support Māori students entering technology industry

    Wellington-based Enspiral Dev Academy has announced the launch of Te Uru Rangi, a scholarship formed to assist Māori students entering the technology industry.

  2. Video for Tributes flow for NZ first Māori Nurse, Putiputi O’Brien
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    Tributes flow for NZ first Māori Nurse, Putiputi O’Brien

    Hundreds gathered at Ruaihona Marae in the Bay of Plenty to farewell Putiputi O'Brien who died this week at 93 years of age.  Her commitment to Māori health and Māori nurses led her to become the patron of the National Council of Māori Nurses

  3. Video for Māori Synod calls for Māori organisations, politicians and whānau to support Māori Boarding schools
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    Māori Synod calls for Māori organisations, politicians and whānau to support Māori Boarding schools

    The Māori Synod of the Presbyterian Church is calling on Māori organisations and whānau to advocate for the protection of Māori Boarding schools. 

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    New rangatahi initiative launched in Blenheim today

    A new rangatahi initiative is being launched today in Blenheim by the Minister for Whānau Ora, Te Ururoa Flavell.

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    Flavell sends Te Reo Māori Bill to Cabinet

    The Te Mātāwai Bill has been stalled and carefully looked at for a long time by the Minister of Māori Development, Te Ururoa Flavell, but the latest is, for those who are a fan of the Bill, you will have a good weekend because the minister told us today he is done reviewing it and has settled on a Bill he is comfortable with, and has sent it to Cabinet.

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    Te Mātāwai ready for the people says Māori Development Minister

    The Reo Māori Bill, Te Mātāwai, has been on hold for almost a year, but it is finally ready for iwi.

  7. Video for Māori leaders call for Māori to speak up about child abuse
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    Māori leaders call for Māori to speak up about child abuse

    Māori need to take some responsibility for children killed by domestic violence.  That was the consensus amongst Māori leaders, academics and politicians, about physical abuse on children. 

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    Taranaki and Hawke's Bay iwi to have more input into regional councils

    The Māori Party say that iwi within Taranaki and Hawke's Bay regions will have more input in to their local regional councils.

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    Preparations well underway for 50th anniversary of the Cook Islands constitution

    Tomorrow marks the 50th year of the Cook Islands' independence and hundreds of Cook Island locals are doing final preparations before dignitaries and ministers from across the Pacific touch down in Rarotonga.

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    Te Ururoa Flavell to introduce Māori Land Bill into House next year

    The Māori Development Minister, Te Ururoa Flavell, intends to allow more time to develop the Ture Whenua Māori Bill within an expanded work programme, which is aimed at realising the utilisation of Māori land.

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