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    Māori and First Nations students strengthen indigenous bonds

    A group of indigenous students from the University of Victoria in Canada have set foot on New Zealand soil with this week.  They spent three nights with Māori students to exchange knowledge and wisdom about real-world issues.  

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    Indigenous conference brings the world to Waikato

    The Native American and Indigenous Studies Associations conference regulars are in Aotearoa for the first time.  Welcomed by King Tuheitia and Waikato University, the visiting 2000 scholars, researchers and students are keen to learn from Māori and exchange ideas. 

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    Tāmaki Makaurau to celebrate Matariki 2019 with Waikato-Tainui

    Matariki may not be in the sky yet but events are well underway in preparation for Aucklanders to celebrate the Māori New Year. A cultural advisor for Waikato-Tainui is encouraging people, Māori and non-Māori to research and learn about the stories of Matariki.

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    Hawai'ian schools look to KKM for growth

    A group of students and teachers from Hawai'i have travelled to NZ to visit a number of schools and look at ways to improve their education system back home.  Ke Kula O Ehunuikaimalino of Kona is focused on a curriculum created from an indigenous perspective. 

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    Three decades of service- still unable to make a living

    Striking Waikato Hospital worker Joe Bryan is only receiving above the minimum wage after serving 27 years in his job.  He says the Waikato DHB is failing their lowest paid workers.

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    Waikato Hospital staff strike for Living Wage

    The strike started at midnight and will run for 24 hours, with members of Unite Union picketing outside the hospital from 7am today.

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    Today in history- Coronation of first Māori Queen

    On May 23, 1966 Dame Te Arikinui Te Atairangikaahu became the first woman to lead the Kīngitanga movement.

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    Te Taiao exhibition to open at Te Papa- with a little help from Māui

    Te Papa's new $12mil permanent exhibition 'Te Taiao', provides an insight into the once-thriving natural environment of Aotearoa.  The exhibition's new digital interactive activities educate children on their role as protectors of the environment. 

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    Waikato DHB sacked, replaced with commissioner

    Health Minister David Clark says installing a commissioner is a necessary step towards addressing the DHB’s deteriorating financial position, lack of strong governance and ongoing performance issues with clinical services.

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    Council seeks cause of sud-spicious Waikato River foam

    A part of the Waikato River near downtown Hamilton turned soapy during the weekend. 

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