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Rāhina 21 Poutū-te-rangi 2016

Published: 8:00PM Monday March 21, 2016

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Te Ohu Kaimoana takes govt to court over Kermadec sanctuary

Te Ohu Kaimoana has taken legal action over the government’s lack of consultation with all Māori over the Kermadec sanctuary. Chair of TOKM Jamie Tuuta says they are trying to protect Māori fishing interests in fisheries management area 10. Despite two Northland iwi supporting the proposal Tuuta says it is all Māori who have customary rights. 

Te Aro Pā: Urban papakāinga opens in Wellington

Māori Development Minister Te Ururoa Flavell is proud to have opened a new papakāinga that will provide affordable housing options for the descendants of the original Te Aro Pā in Wellington. Fourteen units have been built at the complex at Evans Bay that will not only accommodate families but also kaumātua and those with disabilities.

Weavers team up with DHBs to combat SUDI

Creating a safe space for our babies. That's the mission for wahakura weaving group Te Whare a Rangi who is teaming up with DHBs throughout the country to provide each newborn baby with a wahakura to fight SUDI statistics. Hania Douglas visited their wānanga in Hamilton.

Return of taonga strengthens ties between Aotearoa-Hawaii

The traditional Hawaiian heirlooms are now on display for public in Oahu after being held in New Zealand for more than 100 years. Our reporter Peata Melbourne followed the journey of the traditional feathered cape and helmet over the last two weeks with the support of Hawaiian Airlines.

Te Maire Martin’s proud mum never doubted her son’s skills

All the talk over the last 24 hours has been around young gun Te Maire Martin. Martin, making his debut for the Penrith Panthers, not only scored a try, but kicked the winning field goal in the dying minutes to beat the Broncos. Tamati Rimene-Sproat caught up with one of his biggest fans: his mum.

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