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Māori keen on Chinese investment

Te Kāea is in China this week following the Māori business delegates who've accompanied Prime Minister John Key.  The Minister of Māori Affairs, Dr Pita Sharples is focussing on opening doors for Māori business with China.

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$70mil Waikato chicken hatchery employs locals

By Mānia Clarke

Waikato marae clusters Ngā Muka Development Trust and Waahi Whānui are backing the new American $70mil chicken hatchery at Whangape near Huntly, which will supply to 10 percent of the world's markets.  Ngā Muka Chair Glen Tupuhi says the plant has provided jobs for locals. 

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Wharekura student hopes to win gold

Te Wharekura o Mauao student Westerly Ainsley is one of four youth wrestlers that will represent New Zealand at the Buenos Aires Youth Olympic Games in October.  Almost 4000 athletes from 206 countries are expected to participate that this year’s Youth Olympic Games.

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Successful China visit for all

It's the final day in China for PM John Key and his business delegation, and many of the goals set out by both countries have been achieved, including those of the Māori contingent.