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  1. Video for Pare Hauraki mourn the loss of their champion Toko Renata
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    Pare Hauraki mourn the loss of their champion Toko Renata

    Hauraki leader Toko Renata Te Taniwha (Ngāti Maru, Ngāti Pukenga, Ngāti Whanaunga) passed away on Wednesday 29 November, at his home in Manaia, Coromandel, surrounded by whānau, aged 86. Hauraki Māori Trust Board member Harry Mikaere says Toko was a perfect leader for the tribes of Pare Hauraki.

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    Children's Commissioner calls for revamp

    The Children's Commissioner is calling for a significant change and improvement in the way Family Group Conferences (FGCs) are conducted. Specific areas in need of development include the care and protection, youth justice, greater involvement of whānau, hapū and iwi groups.  

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    Iwi Chairs pass resolution to oppose seismic testing and oil exploration

    A historic agreement was made to oppose all seismic testing and oil exploration in the waters of New Zealand during a recent national gathering of Māori leaders at Te Papa.

  4. Video for Late Archbishop Brown Turei remembered at Coronation
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    Late Archbishop Brown Turei remembered at Coronation

    On day two of King Tuheitia's 11th Coronation celebrations tribes from around the country arrived en mass to Tūrangawaewae. Some of Māoridom's leaders who have passed away during the year were remembered, such as Anglican Māori Archbishop William Brown Turei.

  5. Video for Moe Milne and Susan Huria made Officers of the NZ Order of Merit
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    Moe Milne and Susan Huria made Officers of the NZ Order of Merit

    The third round of Government Investitures were held today at Government House in Auckland. Among the recognised were mental health and education advocate Moe Milne (Ngāti Hine) and governance expert Susan Huria (Ngāi Tahu, Ngāi Tūāhuriri).

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    Maniapoto step closer to settling treaty claim

    Ngāti Maniapoto is progressing toward settling their treaty claim. Their Agreement in Principle includes a co-governance arrangement with councils over waterways. 

  7. Video for Historic signing to transfer ownership of Te Puia to Te Arawa iwi
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    Historic signing to transfer ownership of Te Puia to Te Arawa iwi

    Te Arawa subtribes Wahiao Tūhourangi and Ngāti Whakaue are celebrating the historic signing of an investing agreement with the Crown that will see the ownership of Rotorua's Te Puia Māori Arts and Craft Institute transferred to them.

  8. Video for Native Affairs - Who to trust?
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    Native Affairs- Who to trust?

    A new $4.5 million marae should have united a Taranaki hapū. But the project has been scrapped amid allegations of missing funds, dividing whānau and causing a recent confrontation involving the police.

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    Iwi named as finalists for environmental awards

    The Green Ribbon Awards have recognised the outstanding contributions by iwi to protect and manage New Zealand’s environment.

  10. Video for Research funding to develop Māori leadership
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    Research funding to develop Māori leadership

    A new research project will look at how to harness the growing Māori economy to lift the wellbeing of Māori. The research will delve into how Māori leaders generate, embody and enact leadership in order to advance wellbeing.

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