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    Māori Fulbright scholar to study environmental law in US

    Maia Wikaira (Ngāti Tūwharetoa, Ngāpuhi, Te Rarawa) has been awarded the 2016 Fulbright-Ngā Pae o te Maramatanga Graduate Award and will travel to California to study at Stanford University.  

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    Native Affairs- Bad Medicine?

    The controversial Natural Health and Supplementary Products bill is brewing up trouble for Rongoā Māori practitioners. The Government's planning to regulate natural health remedies but concern has been raised traditional Māori knowledge may be ripped off and commercialised.

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    Self-defence law proposal for victims who kill their abusers

    The Law Commission is proposing criminal law reform to better serve victims of family violence who kill their abusers.

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    Māori academic Matiu Dickson passes away suddenly

    Esteemed Māori academic Matiu Dickson (Ngāiterangi and Te Whakatōhea) has died suddenly.

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    Law firm aims to attract more Māori and Pacific Island graduates

    Law firm Russell McVeagh wants to attract more Māori and Pacific Island graduates. 

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    Law firm promotes diversity recruitment

    Gary McDiarmid, CEO of law firm Russell McVeagh has been implementing diversity initiatives throughout their business, especially focusing on attracting more Maori and Pacific Island graduates.

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    Mayors positive about Ture Whenua Bill

    Today, the Māori Development Minister, Te Ururoa Flavell, met with several mayors from across the country to discuss the Ture Whenua Māori Bill.  Much of the dialogue was supportive of the bill.

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    Ministry provides resources to support use of Te Reo in all District Courts

    The Ministry of Justice will introduce new resources to support the use of Te Reo Māori in court. 

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    Mormon missionary returns to fulfill career path

    There are many tertiary students who have served two-year missions with the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints who say the experience has given them confidence to continue in furthering their studies.

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    Should bars stay open longer for the Rugby World Cup matches?

    Despite opposition from the Green Party yesterday against a Bill from the Act Party to allow bars to stay open for Rugby World Cup games, today they welcome a decision from Government to accept their request to bring a responsible Bill to the House.

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