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    Ngā Tamatoa urge Māori to tackle councils

    Members of Ngā Tamatoa have urged Māori to get active in local government to tackle racism and get land back.

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    Spending caps ‘frustrating’- Māori seat candidates

    Nelson's two Māori Ward candidates have found their much lower election expenditure limit - when compared with other candidates - frustrating.

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    Candidates meet Tairāwhiti voters ahead of 'historic' local elections

    Tairāwhiti got its first taste of the options for this year's local body elections last night as nominees took the opportunity to introduce themselves at a "meet the candidates" event.

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    Māori ward candidates on what inspired them to run in Tauihu

    The region is set to have an extra councillor this coming term after two nominations for Marlborough's Māori ward came in at that last minute.

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    More competition for Māori seats than general in council elections

    More Māori candidates have put their name forward for Māori seats at this year’s local body elections, than those contesting the general seat.

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    Tauranga dog attack: Council appeals judge’s decision

    The life of Tauranga rottweiler Chopper is once again under threat as Tauranga City Council is appealing the judge's ruling on its previous charge.

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    Concerns mount over lack of candidates in Māori wards

    Māori ward advocates are deeply concerned at the lack of nominations for the new seats at this year's local bodies election.

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    Not enough candidates to fill council, Māori ward seats

    With just a few days left for local body election candidates to get their nominations in, district councils in Whanganui, Ruapehu and Rangitīkei have not received enough nominations to fill their chambers.

  9. Video for Historic day as Parliament passes co-governance bill

    Historic day as Parliament passes co-governance bill

    Parliament has passed a bill that enshrines into law a right for South Island Iwi Ngāi Tahu to appoint two of Canterbury Regional Council’s 16 councillors.

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    We'll roll back co-governance- National

    National has reiterated its plans to roll back co-governance initiatives, should it be elected at next year’s general election.

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