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    Police search for missing Te Awamutu teen Mercedes Te Hira

    Waikato Police are searching for 17-year-old Mercedes Te Hira who was expected to return to Te Awamutu by bus on Monday afternoon. She is said to have been in Hamilton for the day. 

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    Rongoā Māori study to help combat type-2 diabetes

    After many years of living in Australia, food biologist Dr Jonni Koia (Tainui, Ngāti Whāwhākia) is returning to Aotearoa to investigate the potential of rongoā Māori to help combat type-2 diabetes.

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    Waikato schools to receive $4mil for new classrooms

    Education Minister Hekia Parata announced today that around $4 million will be invested to build a total of 11 new classrooms at six Waikato schools.

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    Waikato triumphant in Māori league finals

    Waikato have been crowned the winners of the Lummy Newton Trophy in the Waka section of the 2016 New Zealand Māori Rugby League Nationals held in Wainuiomata.  The side beat Tūhoe in the final of the Waka section, 12-4.

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    Waikato-Tainui Manager nominated for award

    Parekawhia McLean is one of 100 finalists in the fourth annual Westpac Women of Influence Awards. The former CEO of Waikato-Tainui is being recognised for managing the tribe's affairs, whose asset value is more than $1bil.

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    Tipa Mahuta refutes National election rumors

    Tipa Mahuta has refuted rumours that she will be standing against her older sister, Hauraki-Waikato MP, Nanaia Mahuta, in next year's general election. The Waikato Regional Council Deputy Chair says her sights are fixed on retaining her Māori seat on the WRC and election on the Waikato District Board.

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    Native Affairs – Our War

    The Government recently announced the New Zealand wars will be marked by a day of remembrance but it won't be a public holiday. Now, Historian Vincent O'Malley says the Waikato war is New Zealand's defining conflict, not Gallipoli.

  8. Video for Waikato University graduate first to write MBA research in Māori
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    Waikato University graduate first to write MBA research in Māori

    The third group of Master of Business Administration MBA graduates from the Waikato-Tainui College for Research and Development and the University of Waikato were honoured in a graduation ceremony today. In a first, Te Puna Moanaroa (Hauraki) was the first University of Waikato MBA graduate to write her research in Māori about the revitalisation of her tribal language.

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    Troubled youth revisit cultural roots

    South Auckland youth are embarking on a spiritual journey across the Waikato river. This initiative is part of the Raukura Hauora Drug and Alcohol youth programme, called Te Oho Ake, which aims to help youth revisit their cultural roots.

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    Special ceremony held for returned Rangiriri Pā land

    The New Zealand Transport Agency (NZTA) has started making a step toward a restoration project that would see the battle site of Rangiriri Pā returned to its original site. The move is an offering to heal past wounds.

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