Matike mai Matariki/The Dawn of a New Era in Rotorua
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Māori have proved their ability in COVID-19 crisis- Dame Tariana
Dame Tariana Turia is calling on Māori to hold the Government to account for its decisions. She adds Māori proved their ability to take charge of their future during the COVID-19 crisis and should be part of any decisions that concern them.
Non-indigenous company profiting from Aboriginal flag sparks controversy
Indigenous Australians are hot under the collar about a non-indigenous company profiting from a flag that's become a much-loved symbol of Aboriginal identity.
No arrests in peaceful protest at Ihumātao
Peaceful protesters group SOUL has cleared Ihumātao Quarry Road but will continue to protest, preventing Fletcher Buildings from starting construction of 480 homes.
Māori world view for local governance frameworks
A newly released local government localisation report has a strong Māori governance focus which Bay of Plenty regional councillor Arapeta Tahana says would benefit iwi.
Govt opens consultation for Plant Variety Rights law
The government has opened public consultation over the Plant Variety Rights law, which regulates intellectual property protection over new plant varieties. Māori law expert Moana Jackson says while it's a start, more needs to be done to address the core issues for Māori in the intellectual property space.
Treaty claim status quo untenable- Ngāti Wai
"The only thing that will come out of the status quo is more Treaty claims" says Ngāti Wai spokesman, Aperahama Edwards.
Whakatāne wāhi tapu threatened by development
Trustees of a Māori burial site in Whakatāne are disappointed that resource consent into the development of land that borders theirs has been granted.
Hui Ahurei a Tūhoe- Independence can become a reality
Some descendants believe Tūhoe's goal for self-determination will be a major challenge.
Rotorua Lakes Council wants to return land to Ngāti Rangiwewehi
Rotorua Lake’s council have agreed to return a piece of land surrounding Hamurana Springs to Ngāti Rangiwewehi, but the final decision lies with the Conservation Minister.