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    Skin tone determines racism and prejudice against rangatahi- research says

    Rangatahi not perceived as European/Pākehā, ‘white’ or mixed race are more likely to experience discrimination by teachers, police and healthcare providers in Aotearoa, according to a study from University of Auckland researchers.

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    $6.5m investment in Māori research workforce

    It is hoped a multimillion-dollar investment will increase the number of Māori in the research, science and innovation (RSI) workforce.

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    Māori and Pacific mothers and babies' care should have top health research priority

    Photo / File Māori and Pacific mothers and babies' care should be top health research priorities, a new University of Auckland study says.

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    Customary Māori clothing dyes could reveal origin of early kākahu

    Dr Rangituatahi Te Kanawa worked as a textile conservator at Te Papa for 20 years.  Credit / Museum of New Zealand Te Papa Tongarewa

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    Māori taking cancer research head on after award win

    Ngāti Toa Rangatira researcher Helena Abolins-Thompson, is helping to change the landscape in cancer research, and is being recognised with a tohu from the inaugural Māori Early Career Development

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    Gov't sets aside $6.2mn to tackle inequities in cancer treatment

    Government agencies have set-aside $6.2 million to address inequities in cancer care for Māori and Pacific peoples.

  7. Video for New $750,000 project protects Māori mātauranga to decrease misappropriation
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    New $750,000 project protects Māori mātauranga to decrease misappropriation

    An international project between Waikato and New York researchers has received a $750,000 boost, to expand tools protecting indigenous communities' rights, over their own knowledge and data.

  8. Video for Funding te reo sports events could be a game changer in normalising te reo Māori
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    Funding te reo sports events could be a game changer in normalising te reo Māori

    Puni Reo Poitarawhiti is Auckland’s first netball event where all taking part speak Māori. It’s new research project investigating the ripple effect the Māori language has on participants and communities. Its a research project funded by Ngā Pae o te Māramatanga and led by Professor Jenny Lee Morgan and Dr Jennifer Martin of Ngā Wai a Te Tūī, Māori and Indigenous Research Centre

  9. Video for New documentary gives rare look into Tūhoe's relationship with Te Urewera and kererū
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    New documentary gives rare look into Tūhoe's relationship with Te Urewera and kererū

    A haunting mōteatea (lament) about the kererū and its connection to mana whenua features in the documentary composed specifically to portray the importance of the bird to Tuawhenua.

  10. Video for Dr Erena Wikaire awarded $554k to study cannabis, meth use
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    Dr Erena Wikaire awarded $554k to study cannabis, meth use

    The kaupapa Māori analysis will provide insights into Māori experiences of substance use.

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