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  1. Video for Native Affairs - Māori Meter Maid
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    Native Affairs- Māori Meter Maid

    New Zealand is on the verge of a tourism boom over the next decade but how do Māori tourism operators fit into this picture?  With over 50 years experience in the industry, June Grant takes our reporter Wena Harawira on a trip down memory lane. 

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    NZ Māori Tourism confirms two new board members

    The Board of New Zealand Māori Tourism confirmed two new Board Members at its quarterly meeting today, says New Zealand Māori Tourism Chief Executive Pania Tyson-Nathan.

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    Key to give more than $1.5mil to tourism ventures

    Prime Minister John Key has announced that the Government will be putting $350,000 towards the development of a new spa complex on Rotorua’s lakefront, and $1.5 million towards a new exhibition at Blenheim’s Omaka Aviation Heritage Centre.

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    Māori whānau sell up to travel the world

    One Māori whānau has gone the extra mile in documenting their one-year voyage around the world.

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    Tourists to pay to visit Hamurana Springs

    Tourists will now have to pay to visit Hamurana Springs, but its Ngāti Rangiwewehi owners say there will be no charge for the general public. 

  6. Storm Stanley of PauaMac5, representing pāua industry of southern half of South Island
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    Pāua divers appeal for help against great white sharks

    The pāua industry is appealing to Parliament for help against tourist shark cage diving companies that operate around Rakiura (Stewart Island).

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    Ngāti Mahuta fed up with on-going abuse by travellers

    Ngāti Mahuta descendants of Kāwhia are fed up with the on-going abuse by travellers to their restorative efforts to protect the erosion of their lands.

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    Native Affairs- A Hole Lot Of Hōhā

    You might remember over the Summer a highly-publicised stoush between the Māori owners of an iconic Bay of Island's landmark Motu Kōkako and local tourist operators who use it without paying anything.

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    Taiwanese and Māori look to boost economy

    Chinese delegation arrived in NZ to work with Māori to strengthen ties

  10. Video for Hole in the Rock tourism sparks protest
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    Hole in the Rock tourism sparks protest

    The trustees of Motu Kōkako were protesting on the Paihia wharf today to ensure tourists are aware of their rights to Motu Kōkako.  

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