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Räpare 17 Haratua 2012

Published: 6:31PM Thursday May 17, 2012

Adlam pleads guilty to tax evasion charges
Rae Beverley Adlam was fined $280,000 for a series of tax evasion charges. Out of 32 charges, she was found guilty of 24.

Maori learners will be affected by education reforms
Maori learners will be negatively affected by the Government's latest education reforms. Minister Hekia Parata announced that class sizes will increase and performance pay will be set up for teachers.

First Maori woman elected to the NRL franchise
For the first time in League history, a woman has been elected to an NRL franchise and she's Maori. It is Donna Grant, daughter of Sir Howard Morrison and she was elected by Owen Glenn who has shares in the club.

Te Wini pleads guilty to murder of Opiki school teacher
Teenager Lori-lea Waiora Te Wini has pleaded guilty to the 2008 murder of a retired Opotiki schoolteacher, four days before her retrial was set to begin.

Te Rito Miki sentenced tomorrow
Te Rito Miki will be sentenced tomorrow after admitting using a false cv and birth certificate to gain work at a number of primary and secondary schools.

Plans to develop Maori assets through science
Science will help Maori assets grow, but how can this be achieved? The chairperson of the Federation of Maori Authorities (FoMA) Traci Houpapa has the answer.

New campus opens for blind and dim-sighted in Manurewa
The Education Minister has opened the new Homai campus for the blind in Manurewa. The original buildings built in 1964 have been replaced by new state of the art buildings designed to provide outreach specialist teaching services and resources children and young people.

Weepu's future with ABs uncertain
Piri Weepu has been challenged to lose weight or he will have no place in the All Blacks squad for the first game of the year but he only has a short time to meet the challenge.

Kokiri Marae promote exercise through traditional Maori games
Nga Taonga Takaro is an initiative that Kokiri Marae has launched to promote exercise with youth as a way of life, with a particular emphasis on the traditional pastimes of our ancestors.