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    I want to be Vice-Chancellor of the University someday- Kyla Campbell-Kamariera

    ‘Trailblazer, confident and mana wahine’ are a few words that have been used to describe Waikato Students’ Union (WSU) President Kyla Campbell-Kamariera.

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    Māori artist shocked to find her art already being sold online

    Palmerston North-based freehand artist Danni Ruakere made her passion for art her main source of income after she went on maternity leave with her daughter over a year ago. However, she was shocked to find that her art pieces were already being sold on Facebook by someone else.

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    Govt partnering with Māori to provide more housing

    The government is investing $40 million in a partnership with Māori aimed at providing more accommodation in response to a growing housing crisis, Associate Minister for Housing (Māori Housing) Nanaia Mahuta says. 

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    Police commit to work with iwi, marae regarding Public Health Response

    NZ Police will work closely with marae and iwi to implement the Covid-19 Public Health Response. But some iwi are firmly reminding Police that iwi will enforce their own rules on their marae.

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    Reset in Māori education required- NZ Māori Principals Assoc

    It seems distance learning during Lockdown has highlighted inequities for many whānau during COVID-19.

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    Māori tourism company encourages other businesses to reinvent themselves

    A Māori tourism business that caters to reef ecology tours with stingrays in Tairāwhiti has survived SARS, 9/11 and Swine Flu.

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    Māori make mark in 2020 Pacific Music Award finalists

    This year's Pacific Music Award finalists have been announced and while it's no surprise that singer Olivia Foa'i and rappers Church & AP would get multiple nominations respectively, our Māori-Pasifika artists have made their marks as well.

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    Lieutenant Lee eager to be example for talented hometown of Kaitaia

    Lieutenant Tipene Lee from Kaitaia has served in the army for five years now as a signal officer. He is one of many who has made the decision to move out of the small Far North town in order to seek a better pathway. Although Covid-19 has given him a chance to take time off, he looks forward to supporting the communities within Aotearoa post-Covid.

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    Cafe-Jacko uses lockdown to inspire fresh start

    Local Palmerston North Māori cafe owner, Jacko Stephens, has been serving up cafe favourites to the local community for the past 10 years.

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    Has the COVID-19 Māori Response Action Plan come too late?

    The Ministry of Health released its COVID-19 Māori Response Action Plan last Thursday almost four weeks after we entered into Alert-Level 4. But has it come soon enough? Te Rōpū Whakakaupapa Urutā (National Māori Pandemic Group) a group of Māori Health practitioners feels the Government is dragging its feet.

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