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    Justice Minister wants urgent changes to name suppression laws

    Photo / File Justice Minister Kiritapu Allan is seeking urgent advice on changing NZ's name suppression laws which she says are not working for victims.

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    Māori voice missing in alcohol reforms- Researcher

    Māori academics and hauora organisations are calling for greater consultation as the government looks to rejig alcohol laws

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    First Māori justice minister keen to get stuck into new role

    With incoming ministers Willie Jackson and Kiritapu Allan just putting their feet under their new desks following the cabinet reshuffle, they are quickly setting out their aims in their new portfol

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    Te Matatini 'largest ever' budget boost 'disappointing', 'crumbs'

    Despite providing an additional $1m in funding for Te Matatini in this week's budget announcement, the government is being criticised for failing to provide "equitable funding for Kapa Haka to flou

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    Rātana Church president Harerangi Meihana mourned

    A strong kind and caring leader - that is how devout mōrehu and MP Rino Tirikatene describes Harerangi Meihana.

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    Matariki: A new holiday is born with its own emblem

    New Zealand's new public holiday gained its own tohu today, aimed at "symbolising how Matariki weaves New Zealanders together as people, interconnected through our past, present and future," Associ

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    Te Matatini funding level ‘offensive’- Te Pāti Māori

    Te Pāti Māori are reigniting calls for a significant injection of funding into Te Matatini.

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    Severe weather batters Tairāwhiti- with more due tonight

    Photo credit:  A state of emergency has been declared for the Gisborne region as severe weather flooded Tolaga Bay and Tokomaru Bay areas of Tairāwhiti overnight.

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    Ngāti Tūwharetoa gets big grant for workers and Taupō conservation cleanup

    The government’s Jobs for Nature programme is investing $500,000 in the Tūwharetoa Māori Trust Board’s Oranga Taiao, Oranga Tangata project aiming to create five jobs and restore biodiversity aroun

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    Māori-led conservation projects across Canterbury receive 'jobs for nature' funding boost

    Photo / File Six conservation projects, including several led by Māori, have received funding boosts for 'jobs for nature' across Canterbury.

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